Innaxis is a private, non-profit research institute, devoted to promotion of Complexity Science and its applications.
The purpose of Innaxis is to investigate complex scientific challenges of significant social and economic impact. The foundation achieves this goal by working in open partnership with leading experts from industry and academia to identify relevant problems and to conceive innovative formulations and sustainable solutions.
Innaxis focuses on finding solutions to problems which develop systemic complexity, due to the interaction between multiple autonomous agents and to the diversity of organizational forms of time and space scales.
Transport systems and traffic management, energy systems, macroeconomic evolution and financial markets, innovation and learning processes, threats and opportunities of globalization; in all these fields and many others, the combination of complex structures and social relationships with innovative technologies produce unexpected challenges to the traditional way of approaching scientific research. Innaxis works to address these challenges, by using interdisciplinary approaches, as well as the state-of-the-art in mathematical modelling, nonlinear dynamical systems and computational simulation.
Complexity Science opens many opportunities for innovation in these and other fields, and we invite open-minded individuals and institutions to join us in work together in the exciting adventure of establishing dialog between science and society as a means to break down barriers to the advancement of human knowledge and welfare and harness complexity for the benefit of mankind.
The Innaxis Board of Trustees is made of up of four highly qualified and experienced academics and professionals with expertise across the fields of ATM, transport and infrastructure, logistics and I.T; Dr. Francisco J.Mancebo, Professor Damián Rivas, Miguel Ángel Pesquera, and founder and president, Carlos Alvarez. Please visit the Innaxis Board of Trustees page to see a full profile of the board members.