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Dossier Agropolis International "Systèmes complexes, de la biologie aux territoires"

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Abstract

For more than ten years, the GIS "Réseau National des Systèmes Complexes" (RNSC) has been structuring the complex systems community across France through geographical (Ile de France, Rhône-Alpes, Toulouse) and thematic networks. A similar initiative has been envisaged in Montpellier and now in the Occitanie region. To this end, it was decided to make an inventory of regional research on complex systems in the fields of biology, environment, agronomy and land management and to make it available through an Agropolis Dossier.

Goal

This dossier will contribute to structuring, making visible and promoting the skills of the Occitanie scientific community working on the theme of "Complex Systems". This issue will present the issues and challenges related to this theme as well as the way in which regional actors contribute to meeting them through examples of cutting-edge scientific advances, major innovations, collaborations, infrastructures, original training courses, etc.

Action

Identification of the thematic perimeter and the regional research actors involved
Call for contributions from the identified actors
Selection and commissioning of articles
Writing of articles and editing
Planned actions :
Layout of the document (French version)
Printing of the French file
Translation
Editing of the English version
Layout and printing (English version)

Results

A communication document (about 72 pages) in French and English versions, printed in 2000 copies of each version.
Both versions will also be posted on the Agropolis International website and via social networks (free download).

Perspectives

This project is an important step in the structuring of a complex systems community in the field of biology, agriculture and the environment.

Project Images

Project Number : 1700-016

Year : 2017

Type of funding : PC

Project type : SP

Research units in the network : G-EAU

Start date :
01 Jun 2017

End date :
31 Dec 2018

Flagship project :
Non

Project leader :
Jean-Pierre Muller

Project leader's institution :
CIRAD

Project leader's RU :
GREEN

Budget allocated :
7000 €

Total budget allocated ( including co-financing) :
7000 €

Funding :
Labex