Lectures

Principles of Complex Systems with Professor Peter Dodds

Course MATH/CSYS 300, Fall 2013, University of Vermont

Episode 01: Introduction to Monologuing.

Episode 02: The Complexity Manifesto, Start of Power-law size distributions

Episode 03: More on Power-Law Size Distributions, Zipf’s law, and Don Bradmanm,
and some Zipfian analyses.

More lectures can be found on the course website.

Complex Networks with Professor Peter Dodds

Course CSYS/MATH 303, Spring 2014, University of Vermont

Episode 01: Introduction to Complex Networks and Audiovisual Pathology.
Lessons in cooperative resilience in adversarial technology contexts.

Episode 02: More Introductioneering to Complex Networks.
Basic definitions, taxonomy, and important properties.

Episode 03: Properties, Major Models, Branching Networks.
Completion of complex networks overview, and a start on branching networks.

More lectures can be found on the course website.

Chris Danforth, Lecture on the Lorenz Equations, March 2012

Graduate course in Applied Dynamics, University of North Carolina