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Science meets art – a convergence, imagination and new perspectives on a history and its future

The artist duo MUELLER-DIVJAK are currently hosting an exhibition entitled “77.000 GENERATIONS – Berta says: We need to find a new conception of man“. For this event and for a new generation of systems science communication, BCSSS board member Jeanette Müller and BCSSS member Paul Divjak created a new conception…

Playful discovery of the American Society for Cybernetics (ASC) Meeting in Vancouver

The 2019 American Society for Cybernetics (ASC) Conference from 24-26 June 2019 in Vancouver, Canada, strongly contrasted the focus of the other two systems conferences on Angelika Schanda’s North America Tour. Its theme ‘Acting Cybernetically’ invited participants to open up to formats that completely differ from the usual academic paper…

We welcome Angelika Schanda as new team member who sets out to build strong networks

Promoting cooperation between all sectors and disciplines & enhancing systems science and its practical application – this is the passion of our newest team member, Angelika Schanda. With this focus, she will support the BCSSS’ role as an ambassador for system science. She takes over the baton from Marina Naomi…

Klaus Kornwachs 70 years old: an “interim report”

Klaus Kornwachs (photo: Leonhard Kornwachs) Ulm University celebrated the 70th birthday of Klaus Kornwachs, system theorist and philosopher of technology, member of our Scientific Council. The Humboldt-Studienzentrum für Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften, part of the School of Humanities, convened on October 20th a Festcolloquium. Six speakers highlighted six fundamental aspects of…