Complex'07 was the key complex systems event in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region for the year. The conference sought to bring together those in the region who are actively involved in complex systems research and practice. It also aimed to provide an introduction to specialised topics for people seeking to know more about the theoretical and practical aspects of research in complex systems.
The conference featured one day of pre-conference workshops and tutorials, followed by three days of keynote presentations, panel discussions, contributed papers and poster sessions. Participants heard the latest information from industry experts who have gained their knowledge from hands on experience, developed important new contacts, and left with practical advice to achieve maximum outcomes.
The conference attracted 267 delegates from 13 countries. There were 13 plenary speakers and 13 conference tracks, with a total of over 200 presentations. Feedback received on the participant evaluation survey forms returned was overwhelmingly positive. To the best of our knowledge this has been the most successful of the Asia-Pacific Complex Systems Conferences since the series inception.
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