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Strong presence of CICS researchers and DCCS students in the 31st version of the HBES 2019 Congress in Boston

Wednesday, 5 June, 2019 |
Presentations covered topics as diverse as the role of social joy in evolution, elicitation jealousy in the laboratory, demographic processes and adherence to social norms; and the ...


In a successful talk organized by CICS, Andrew Sliwinski, presented Scratch, the programming tool for children

Monday, 3 June, 2019 |
In the mid-1990s, and having a big entrance in the 21st century, technology in education began to have more force within the classrooms in a transversal manner. ...


Isabel Behncke and her visit to the Congo: “It helped me a lot to have tolerance for uncertainty”

Friday, 17 May, 2019 |
With a full space with more than 100 people, Isabel Behncke, primatologist, PhD in Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Oxford, and collaborating researcher at the Research ...


Between San Francisco and Vermont: the intense work PhD Cristian Candia is doing in the United States

Thursday, 16 May, 2019 |
These days, the first PhD in Social Complexity Sciences and CICS researcher, Cristian Candia-Castro, has been quite busy. This week,Candia presented his work The Higher Education Space, ...


For the first time, UDD distinguishes a Permanent Visiting Professor: Leda Cosmides from CICS

Tuesday, 14 May, 2019 |
With the presence of the authorities from Universidad del Desarrollo, the outstanding researcher and visiting professor since 2013 of the Research Center in Social Complexity (CICS) of ...


Isabel Behncke: a “mujer bacana” of the CICS who joins Violeta Parra and Joan of Arc

Tuesday, 12 March, 2019 |
A few years ago, the journalists Sofía García Huidobro, Fernanda Claro, Concepción Quintana and Isabel Plant, began to write a blog where they uploaded the biography of ...


The effects demographic transition has on the social network, is the topic addressed by CICS researcher, Tamas David-Barrett, in his most recent paper

Tuesday, 26 February, 2019 |
Why falling fertility, urbanisation, and migration leads to a major shift in the way our societies work.  Consequence: the traditional way of norms being enforced by close-knit ...


[PAPER] NeuroCICS researchers have recently published a study that contributes to clarifying social difficulties in children with austistic spectrum disorders (ASD)

Monday, 25 February, 2019 |
The Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are considered one of the most complex neurodevelopmental disorders to understand. People suffering from autism spectrum disorders are characterized by difficulties that ...


[Invention Patent] “A method for processing cerebral images”: the challenge of detecting the epilepsy early

Thursday, 24 January, 2019 |
The PhD. in Medical Sciences, Francisco Zamorano Mendieta, of the division of Neuroscience of the Research Center for Social Complexity (CICS) of the Faculty of Government of ...


[RESEARCH CAMP 2019] Noshir Contractor, SONIC LAB’s Director: “This group of students has an interdisciplinary Doctorate that is not very common in the world”

Friday, 18 January, 2019 |
Ten years ago, the prestigious journal Science published an article entitled "Computational Social Science." In it, Noshir Contractor together with prestigious scientists such as David Lazer, Alberto ...


Article written by CICS researchers on the evolution of simple and complex societies is published in the journal JASSS

Tuesday, 11 December, 2018 |
Recently, the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (JASSS) published the article The Ecosystems of Simple and Complex Societies: Social and Geographical Dynamics. The authors are researchers ...


NeuroCICS Team and DCCS students exhibit at the XIV Annual Meeting of the Chilean Society for Neuroscience

Tuesday, 20 November, 2018 |
From November 20 to 22, a team from the Neuroscience Division of the Research Center for Social Complexity (CICS, as its Spanish acronym), composed of the Ph.D ...


Paper developed by CICS researcher is published in the prestigious Latin American Politics and Society

Monday, 19 November, 2018 |
The Latin American Politics and Society journal has just published the paper of our researcher Jorge Fabrega entitled "Polarization and Electoral Incentives: The End of the Chilean ...


Research funds of the Centre for Experimental Social Sciences were awarded to DCCS CICS Students

Wednesday, 14 November, 2018 |
Diego Tapia and Oriana Figueroa, students of the 2017 generation of the Doctorate in Social Complexity Sciences (DCCS_CICS) of the Faculty of Government, Universidad del Desarrollo, have ...


“What happens within the fans’ brain?”, is the question addressed by Dr. Francisco Zamorano on the Fox Sport Radio program

Tuesday, 11 September, 2018 |
"Soccer can be considered as a model of war" is the clear assertion of Dr. Francisco Zamorano Mendieta, specialist in Medical Sciences and researcher at the Research ...


DCCS Student performs an internship on the project “Women Entrepreneurs” in Vienna

Monday, 10 September, 2018 |
[caption id="attachment_3318" align="alignleft" width="275"] Vienna, Austria.[/caption] By the end of October, the 3-month research internship being carried out in Vienna by Ignacio Toledo, student of the Doctorate in ...


Isabel Behncke makes a presentation at the last day of the ISHE 2018

Friday, 7 September, 2018 |
This Friday was the closing day of the 24th World Congress of the Society of Human Ethology that, for the second time, arrived in South America after ...


CICS Researchers took part in the Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Singapore

Monday, 20 August, 2018 |
The PhD. in Medical Sciences, Francisco Zamorano and PhD. Pablo Billeke, specialist in neuroscience, both researchers at the Research Center for Social Complexity (CICS, as its Spanish ...


[CICS on tour] DCCS students participated in CompleNet 2018

Friday, 16 March, 2018 |
Cristián Candia, Víctor Landaeta and Ignacio Toledo, students of the first and second generation of the Doctorate, presented at the event that took place in Boston. There ...


Successful Research Camp DCCS finished with students as protagonists in open lectures

Thursday, 1 February, 2018 |
The work developed during this period covered topics such as immigration, art, trust and decision making from the perspective of neuroscience and social behavior. Throughout January, students studying ...


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