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The Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM-I2CAM) is a distributed experiment-based multi-institutional partnership whose purpose is to identify major new research themes in complex adaptive matter-the search for an understanding of emergent behavior in hard, soft, and living matter.

U-M's ICAM's goal is to help encourage the formation of a coherent community of researchers on campus grouped around the general theme of complexity, emergence, and collective effects.

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This is the fifth annual ICAM symposium on emergence.

Emergence in Physical, Biological, and Social Systems IV: Our goal is to help encourage the formation of a coherent community of researchers on campus grouped around the general theme of complexity, emergence, and collective effects.