Dr. Emma Uprichard (PI, Reader, University of Warwick, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, UK). Methods and methodology; complex social science; childhood; cities; change and continuity; time and temporality.
Professor Brian Castellani (Co-I, Professor, Kent State University, Center for Complexity in Health, USA) Complexity Science/Theory; particularly in application to medical sociology; social psychology and globalization; Methods and Methodology; Community Health; Health Networks; Stress and Coping, specifically Allostatic Load; Medical Education/Medical Professionalism.
Professor David Byrne (Co-I, School of Applied Social Sciences, Durham University, UK) Case based methods; Complexity theory; Postindustrial social structures; Privatization of welfare systems; Quantitative methods; Urban systems.
Prof. Michael Ball (Computer Science, Kent State, USA) Complexity, Agent-based models, NetLogo, Computational Social Science
Dr. Gill Callaghan (Sociology, Durham, UK) Participation, citizenship and social capital, Work, family and community
Prof. Leo Caves (Biology, York, UK) Modelling & Simulation of Biosystems; Data Science; exploratory data analysis; visualisation for biosystems.
Dr. Lasse Gerrits (Public Administration, Erasmus University, Rotterdam) Urban planning and infrastructure development; complexity theory; public decision making.
Prof. Nigel Gilbert (Sociology, Surrey) Processual theories of social phenomena, computational sociology; computer simulation; agent-based modelling.
Prof. Frances Griffiths (Medicine, Warwick) Health and health care; long-term illness (diabetes, depression, musculoskeletal disorders); medical technology; mixed methods; complexity
Prof. Phil Haynes (Public Administration, Brighton) Complexity Theory and Public Policy; Ageing Society and social policy; Public organisation and management; Learning technologies
Dr. Thomas House (Warwick Mathematics Institute) Epidemiology, network theory, numerical probability, public health and inverse problems.
Prof. Jürgen Klüver (Sociology, Essen) social and cognitive dynamics, computer models; formal models; simulation of social, cognitive, and economical processes.
Prof. Robert MacKay (Maths, Centre for Complexity Science, Warwick) Dynamical systems, mathematical physics, and complexity science.
Prof. Yasmin Merali (Warwick Business School, Executive Committee for the Council of the European Complex Systems Society) Complex Adaptive Systems, Socio-economic Systems, Social Networks and Social Media, Information Systems
Prof. Paul Ormerod (Economics, Volterra Partners) Networks; complex systems; Decision makers in economics.
Dr. Rajeev Rajaram (Mathematics, Kent State, USA) Control theory of partial differential equations; Complexity Science
Prof. Susan Stepney (Computer Science, York) Non-standard computation, complex adaptive systems, non-von Neumann architectures
Prof. Geert Teisman (Public Administration, Erasmus University, Rotterdam) Complexity, public management, complex governance networks and systems; decision making processes; cooperation, coproduction, partnership
Prof. Sylvia Walby (Sociology, Lancaster) Complexity theory, Equality, European Union, Gender, Globalisation, Human rights, Sociology
Prof. Malcolm Williams (Sociology, Cardiff) Methodology; Realism; household change; living alone; housing need and migration; quantitative methods in social science.
Prof. Simon Williams (Sociology, Warwick) Body, health and emotion; bioscience, biomedicine, biopolitics; media, culture and everyday/night life; social theory (especially realism)