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Our colleagues from the Complexity Science Hub Vienna invite to a public panel discussion on the future and resilience of supply chains.
Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Venue: Complexity Science Hub Vienna | Josefstaedter Straße 39 | 1080 Vienna
Supply chain disruptions are greatly affecting the functioning of the post-Covid world economy. What can science, companies and governments do to increase the resilience of supply chains?
This panel brings together internationally leading scientists, policymakers, and corporate experts to discuss how current challenges, such as the Ukraine war or the climate crisis, can be addressed with new data-driven, interdisciplinary models. We discuss how real-time knowledge of detailed firm-level supply chains can be used to design better policies for a more resilient economy.
Alexandra Brintrup | Professor University of Cambridge
Karin Doppelbauer | Member of the Austrian Parliament and Director at Dell Technologies
Doyne Farmer | Professor at the University of Oxford and CSH External Faculty
Byron McGill | Executive at Aviva Insuranca
Stefan Thurner | CSH President