Santa Fe Institute

The Santa Fe Institute (SFI) is a non-profit research institute dedicated to understanding complex systems. SFI was established by an interdisciplinary group of intellectual leaders, including Nobel Laureates Murray Gell-Mann (Physics), Kenneth Arrow (Economics), Phil Anderson (Physics), and Manfred Eigen (Chemistry). Today SFI leverages a network of over 120 faculty around the world to expand the frontier of human knowledge in the field of complexity science. Insights from complexity theory pioneered at SFI have contributed to our understanding of COVID"s spread, AI, network analysis, economic disequilibrium, climate change, and many other domains.. Rolling Stone Magazine called SFI "a sort of Justice League of renegade geeks, where teams of scientists from disparate fields study the Big Questions," and the Daily Beast said SFI hosts "America's smartest lunch." Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Cormac McCarthy’s comments on SFI can be found here:

SFI is supported by a core team of staff members, who enjoy excellent pay, benefits and a community that is supportive and intellectually vibrant. SFI is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we actively seek and encourage applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.

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