Processes for Evolutionary Complexity

Research and Applications

Processes for Evolutionary Complexity

Research and Applications

Transforming Complex Systems into Sustainable Technologies

Who we are


  PERA Complexity is a pioneer in the novel field of applied complexity and complex systems engineering.  The recently-formed company is the result of 15 years of basic and applied R&D on complexity and chaos theories- science focused on the study of natural phenomena. Natural processes are orders of magnitude more efficient, sustainable and powerful than current man-made technologies.


Although science and engineering related to conventional physics have made substantial progress since the discovery of the electric field nearly 300 years ago, the associated technologies are reaching the functional efficiency limit of their core materials. In the 1990s, key scientists associated with PERA Complexity began to study alternatives to technologies derived from conventional physics. The resulting investigations have led to possibilities of man-made technologies based on a new unconventional science rooted in Complexity and Chaos. 

Our Company


PERA Complexity is an Intellectual Property development and holding company based in the Netherlands. It forms partnerships with universities and institutes to develop and test complexity-based applications, sharing patent rights with its partners.

The scientific group behind PERA Complexity has learned to use the power and efficiency of chaos-propelled self-organizing systems to produce superior technological solutions. 

Working at the interface between basic and applied science and engineering, PERA Complexity actively collaborates with an interdisciplinary international group of leading scientists, leading R&D institutes and eminent academic institutions.  

Our Portfolio


PERA Complexity’s current portfolio of technologies offers highly competitive solutions in a number of global sectors: 

  • energy capture, 
  • energy transmission, 
  • energy storage, 
  • desalination, 
  • cryptography, 
  • carbon capture, and  
  • advanced material design. 

Initial research indicates that the complexity-based solutions available offer superior performance and more environmentally-friendly alternatives to current technology.