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Welcome to the Duke Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems!
NEWS & EVENTS Seminars, Conferences, News Duke CNCS
PEOPLE Faculty and Staff
RESEARCH A Sampling of Projects within the Center
FUNDING Current and pending support for center-related research projects
GRADUATE Certificate Program, Job Opportunities
NCS 201 Survey of Topics in Nonlinear and Complex Systems
RESOURCES Maps, Duke, Region, Other Centers
MAILING LIST Public electronic mailing list for the center
ADMINISTRATION Address, Directors, Staff, Mailing List, Bylaws
The Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems (CNCS) fosters research and teaching of nonlinear dynamics and the mechanisms governing emergent phenomena in complex systems. The CNCS at Duke is widely recognized for the breadth of its activities and the overall quality of the research which it engenders. The Center provides a regular seminar series and a Graduate Certificate Program, as well as numerous opportunities for undergraduate and graduate research through its associated faculty.
Figure: Picture of plastic disks between crossed polarizers revealing a stress pattern. (R. Behringer) 

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