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Special Issue of the French Regional Conference on Complex Systems

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FRCCS 2021 is the first edition of the French Regional Conference on Complex Systems. It brings together members of the scientific community working in complex systems from various disciplines (archaeology, biology, computer science, economics, geography, history, linguistics, management, mathematics, medicine, physics, statistics, sociology). FRCCS 2021 is an opportunity to present recent research work, industrial developments, and original applications. Special attention is given to research topics with a high societal impact from the perspective of complexity science.

Submission Instructions

The submitted article must be original, unpublished and not currently under review in other journals. Authors should mention in their cover letter that the particular manuscript is for this special issue and the names of the Guest Editors listed below, so that the Guest Editors can be notified separately. All manuscripts must be submitted via the journal submission system at . During the submission process, please choose the relevant special issue under the Additional Information section when asked “Are you submitting this to a Thematic Series?”.

The special issue is available as “TS: Special Issue of the French Regional Conference on Complex Systems (FRCCS 2021)

Lead Guest Editor

Cyrille Bertelle, Normandie University France 

Guest Editors

David Chavalarias, ISC PIF France
Chantal Cherifi, University of Lyon 2 France
Hocine Cherifi, University of Burgundy France
Bertrand Jouve, University of Toulouse France
Hamamache Kheddouci, University of Lyon 1 France
Benjamin Renoust, Osaka University Japan

For more information please contact the guest editors.

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