“Bio-Inspired Political Networks”
Nathalie is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies at the University of Warwick and a Fundación CEIBA doctoral fellow. Her research explores sociopolitical self-organisation in voluntary human settlements from a complexity theory perspective. In particular the scopes and limitations of network technologies in the emergence of open decision-making processes and heterarchical structures in voluntary and cybernetic technoutopias. The main goal of her research is to engineer sociopolitical interactions that lead to harmonic human communities without any central control. She is currently researching the Seasteading Institute´s Floating City Project and the notion of forking the nation-state.