The Complex Systems Team (CX Team) started out in 2007 as one of the three Complex Systems subgroups of the Instrumentation Physics Laboratory at the National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines Diliman. It is currently headed by Dr. May T. Lim.
The group investigates sociotechnical systems that are rich in empirical data. We are actively involved in data mining social media, agent-based modeling of ecological systems, agent-based modeling of vehicular traffic, and analyzing complex networks. (see Research).
CX Team welcomes new undergraduates: Daniel Sebastianne Daiz, Lorenzo Gabriel Joquino, and Josoel Sabile24 June 2021
Congratulations to our new graduates: Damian Dailisan [PhD Physics] and Ivan Fenis [MS Physics]15 January 2021
Ivan Fenis successfully defends his thesis on 'Interplay of behavior and traffic dynamics at multiple paired U-turn slots'. Congratulations, Ivan!16 December 2020
Damian Dailisan successfully defends his dissertation on 'Modeling transport: Different aspects of urban mobility research'. Congratulations, Damian!19–23 October 2020
CX Team participates in the 38th SPP Physics Conference.05 September 2020
CX Team welcomes new undergraduates: Mark Louise Badua, Olyn Desabelle, and Elmo Domino Jose08 July 2020
New Publication: Crossover transitions in a bus-car mixed-traffic cellular automata model by D. N. Dailisan and M. T. Lim17 March 2020
In compliance with university guidelines, CX Team shifts to remote work.11 October 2019
New publication: Modeling the residential distribution of enrolled students to assess boundary-induced disparities in public school access by L. J. M. Rubio, D. N. Dailisan, M. J. P. Osorio, C. C. David and M. T. Lim