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Tag: complexity

Invitation to the Bertalanffy Symposium 2013

We heartly invite you to the upcoming 2nd Bertalanffy Symposium Emergence: Systems – Evolution – Information jointly organised by the BCSSS and the Working Group Information Studies at the Austrian Computer Society. The current worldview of complexity aims at understanding emergent phenomena. Austrian and international experts from different disciplines –…

León 2013 | Advanced Training Course | University in the face of a complex world

On 15 May 2013, the School of Education of the University of León, Spain, held a training course for faculty members interested in transgressing their disciplines. Research and teaching strategies for confronting complexity were discussed, in particular, the role of systems theory as transdisciplinary methodology for the integration of sciences. From the BCSSS José…

21st European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research held by Bertalanffy Center – Young Scientist Award granted for the first time – Edgar Morin honoured

Please, follow! Click on the image! (photo: emcsr) From 10 to 13 April 2012 the Campus of the University of Vienna was the venue of the emcsr 2012. 168 academics and practitioners attended the conference. The focus was on the self-reflection of the field against the background of urgent global…

Wolfgang Hofkirchner invited to Oxford to talk about sustainability from the perspective of complexity

The Japanese Uehiro Foundation and the Oxford Uehiro Centre invited Hofkirchner to the 2010 Uehiro/Carnegie/Oxford Conference on Information Ethics: Future of Humanities. He is going to speak about “Sustainability and self-organization: sustainability seen in the perspective of complexity and systems science and ethical considerations”. Other speakers include Toru Nishigaki, Rafael…