Toronto 2020

The second Infrastructure Complexity conference is being organized by Shoshanna Saxe (University of Toronto) and will take place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in February 2020.

Outcomes from the conference will be provided in February 2020.

The second conference was organized by Shoshanna Saxe (University of Toronto) and invited participants included Mikhail Chester (Arizona State University), Matthew Eckelman (Northeastern University), Margaret Garcia (Arizona State University), Daniel Hoornweg (University of Toronto), Kristen MacAskill (University of Cambridge), Edward Oughton (University of Oxford), Costa Samaras (Carnegie Mellon University, and Kelly Sanders (University of Southern California).

Phoenix 2019

The first Infrastructure Complexity conference was organized by Mikhail Chester (Arizona State University) and took place in Phoenix, Arizona, USA in March 2019. 

At the first conference the participants focused on several emerging challenges and the ways in which a society could be structured to help address the challenges. Several themes emerged including complexity theory, emerging and disruptive technologies, and climate change.

The first conference was organized by Mikhail Chester (Arizona State University) and invited participants included Braden Allenby (Arizona State University), Sybil Derrible (University of Illinois Chicago), Margaret Garcia (Arizona State University), Costa Samaras (Carnegie Mellon University), and Shoshanna Saxe (University of Toronto).