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Register now! 2018 NSF Design Circle Workshop: Designing and Developing Global Engineering Systems, Oregon, USA

From 22nd to 24th March 2018 the 2018 NSF Design Circle Workshop: Designing and Developing Global Engineering Systems takes place in Oregon, USA Organized by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in co-operation with the Oregon State University the goal of this workshop is bring together educators and researchers in the…

“Systems Engineering and the quest for Scientific Systems Principles”. A webinar by David Rousseau

On the 9th of June 2017 David Rousseau, member of the BCSSS Scientific Council and leader of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy” presented a webinar on “Systems Engineering and the quest for Scientific Systems Principles” to the members of the Systems Engineering Community of Practice in Modern…

David Rousseau presented the Vision for advancing the Systems Sciences and Systems Engineering at the US National Science Foundation

From 3rd to 5th May 2017 BCSSS Scientific Council member David Rousseau visited the National Science Foundation (NSF) in Washington DC, USA. Together with James Martin (Aerospace Corporation) and Javier Calvo-Amodio (School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University) they were pleased to meet a numerous of programme…

The Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science presents a corner stone of its research agenda with the recently published Special Issue of Systema: General Systems Transdisciplinarity

The Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science presents a corner stone of its research agenda with the recently published Special Issue of Systema: General Systems Transdisciplinarity, guest edited by Debora Hammond (Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, Sonoma State University, California, USA; Past President, International…

Call for Papers and Participation ISSS 2016 Special Integration Group on Socio-Ecological Systems in Boulder, USA, July 24-30, 2016

In 2016 we continue our successful collaboration with the International Society for the Systems Sciences. The Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science calls for your papers and participation in this years meeting in Boulder, USA from 24-30 July 2016. Stefan Blachfellner, Managing Director of the BCSSS, and Liss…

Starting the ISSS 2015 conference in Berlin with Systems Philosophy and its Relevance for Systems Engineering

On Sunday 2nd August 2015 the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Systems Science Working Group presented the one day pre-conference workshop on Systems Philosophy and its relevance to Systems Engineering in Berlin, led by Gary Smith (INCOSE). The workshop has been the second in a succesful series. The first…

“Transforming Systems through Design” marked the cornerstone for a new research group at the BCSSS

On June 6th 2015 the newly established Research Group on Socio-Ecological Systems and Design led by Stefan Blachfellner at the BCSSS contributed to the International Society for Information Studies Summit at the Technological University in Vienna with a track and workshop on Transforming Systems through Design. The workshop was held…

Call for Papers and Participation ISSS 2015 Special Integration Group on Socio-Ecological Systems

We are excited at the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science to share the latest news. Our Call for Papers and Participation for the upcoming 59th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences held in Berlin, Germany, August 2 – 7, 2015. Stefan Blachfellner, Managing Director…