Report from an NSF Workshop in May 2017. This workshop brought together a diverse group of experts in complementary areas of complex systems and was preceded by a series of weekly webinars(see references W1 to W6). The overarching goal of the activity was to address scientific issues that are relevant to the research community and reveal possible areas of opportunity for multidisciplinary research in the study of complex systems. The specific goals of the workshop included: o identifying the most substantive research questions that can be addressed by fundamental complex systems research; o recognizing community needs, knowledge gaps, and barriers to research progress in this area; o identifying future directions that cut across disciplinary boundaries and that are likely to lead to transformative multidisciplinary research in complex systems. The workshop was held at the National Science Foundation on May 1-3, 2017, supported by Award # DMS-1647351, and was attended by 48 scientists, mathematicians, and engineers.
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