The Institute for Complexity Studies publishes since 2005
Chaos and Complexity Letters
International Journal of Dynamical Systems
Editor-in-Chief: Franco F. Orsucci
Co-Editor: Nicoletta Sala
Chaos and Complexity Letters is a refereed journal for scientific papers dealing with any area of complex systems research. Relevant topics include, but are not limitted to:
*artificial life; cellular automata; chaos theory; cognition; complexity theory; synchronization; fractals; genetic algorithms; information systems; metaphors; neural networks; non-linear dynamics; parallel computation; and synergetics.*
Papers dealing with applications of these topics (for example, to the arts, biology, economics, linguistics, medicine, psychology, sociology, technology, etc.) are also strongly encouraged.
Chaos and Complexity Letters supports the COPE code of conduct on publication ethics and malpractice.