Statistical Physics is firmly established as one on the pillars of modern physics. It provides the theoretical framework to describe the behaviour of physical systems that have a large number of degrees of freedom. It has evolved into a solid body of knowledge that provides understanding of thermodynamics, collective phenomena, and macroscopic behaviour of many-body interacting systems as a whole. The mathematical tools developed by Statistical Physics together with the Theory of Dynamical Systems are of key importance to our understanding of Complex Systems, which are characterized by the emergent and collective phenomena of many interacting units. While the basic body of knowledge of Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems is well described in textbooks at undergraduate or master level, the applications to open problems in the context of Complex Systems are well beyond the scope of typical textbooks. Aiming at bridging this gap the Topical Group on Statistical and Non Linear Physics ( GEFENOL) of the Spanish Royal Physical Society is promoting the Summer School on Statistical Physics of Complex Systems series, open to Master and PhD students and young postdocs world-wide.
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