Complex Systems Digital Campus
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Complex Systems Digital Campus

a UNESCO UniTwin network for the development of complex systems research

The Complex Systems Digital Campus

The UNESCO UniTwin CS-DC is a worldwide network of individuals and institutions working together and sharing resources to promote research and education in complex systems science and in integrative sciences. This large scale collaborative work will embody social intelligent strategies towards new scientific and educational practices, dealing with the difficult scientific, societal and environmental challenges of an increasingly interconnected world.

Its e-campus and scientist network is dedicated to Complex Systems Science and integrative sciences (see roadmap-link) with the e-Departments, e-Laboratories, and e-Teams (see the Cosypedia webpages).

Its institutional network (UniTwin-link) is devoted to the MUTUAL WELLBEING SCIENCE related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (see the Worldwide Wellbeing DAO website).

CS-DC is developping a major effort for sharing protocols based on Decentralized applications (Dapps) for complex systems and mutual wellbeing studies.

CS-DC e-Campus

(see Cosypedia)

CS-DC Decentralized apps (Dapps)

SIRE Socially Intelligent ICT ecosystem - used at the regional level for launching the ‘regional WWW social network’ about the main societal challenges of the region.

(see SIRE on Cosypedia)

MME Megadiversity Management Ecosystem - for storing the data for a ‘large cohort of multi-scale individuated dynamics’ belonging to the ‘same class of complex systems’

(see MME on Cosypedia)

RAPSODY Reconstruction And Prediction of multiScale Overall Dynamics - used for building the ‘advisory/recommendation ecosystem’

(see RAPSODY on Cosypedia)

IKM Integrated Knowledge Map - for building the relevant IKM of any societal & scientific project

(see IKM on Cosypedia)

POEM Personalized Open Education for Masses

(see POEM on Cosypedia)

Majority Judgment Preferential Vote for Social Choice

(see Majority Judgment on Cosypedia)

Mutual Wellbeing Science
related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

UN Sustainable Development Goals On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda.

Synecoculture - where vegetables and fruit trees are cultivated together for mutual safe without phytosanitary products - related to the Zero Hunger United Nations Sustainable Development Goal

(see Synecoculture on Cosypedia)

PHYSIOMES Personalized Health phYSIcally, sOcially and Mentally for Each in their networkS - related to the Good healthand well-being United Nations Sustainable Development Goal

(see PHYSIOMES on Cosypedia)

FOOD - looking to the consequences of food consumption for the planet such as health, culture, fossil energy consumption, and phytosanitary product diffusion in Nature - related to the Responsible consumption and production United Nations Sustainable Development Goal

(see FOOD on Cosypedia)

Multilingualism and Mutual WellBeing Science - in direction of people covering 80% of land surface with their 6000 languages and cultures - related to the Life on land United Nations Sustainable Development Goal

(see Multilingualism and Mutual WellBeing Science on Cosypedia)

TIMES Territorial Intelligence for Multilevel Equity and Sustainability

(see flyer and TIMES on Cosypedia)

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