Created by:  University of California, Irvine

  • Michael Dennin

    Taught by:  Michael Dennin, Professor of Physics and Astronomy; Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

    Physics; Office of Teaching and Learning

  • Jun Allard

    Taught by:  Jun Allard, Assistant Professor

    Mathematics

  • Donald Saari

    Taught by:  Donald Saari, UCI Distinguished Professor of Economics and Mathematics

    Economics; Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences

  • Andrea Nicholas

    Taught by:  Andrea Nicholas, Lecturer PSOE

    Neurobiology & Behavior

  • Fred Y.M. Wan

    Taught by:  Fred Y.M. Wan, Professor

    Mathematics

  • Siddharth A. Parameswaran

    Taught by:  Siddharth A. Parameswaran, Assistant Professor

    Physics and Astronomy
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 64 ratings

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It's a good course to get acquainted with first hand information about studies in emergent phenomena

It's really a good course because it consists of not too big chunks of information, small enough to get a grip on. Great overview of many completely different fields of science where emergence plays a role. A deeper insight of especially how the brain creates these emergent phenomena would be interesting but of course it's off course ;-), because that would be whole different session.