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.

ICAM 2015

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ICAM 2009

ICAM 2009

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.

ICAM 2010

Image of Painting Emergence by Chanit Roston

This is the fifth annual ICAM symposium on emergence.