Join our joint School of Thinking in Brussels and learn how systems thinking connects with further famous schools of thought
The First Summer School of Thinking by the Montparnasse Initiative in July 2018 in Paris was the first step of the today existing School of Thinking in Brussels, a program that is organised by the Center Leo Apostel for Interdisciplinary Studies (CLEA), a transdisciplinary research centre at the Vrije Universiteit…
BCSSS Research Group Leaders contribute to the Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference in Brussels
The European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee hosted the 2019 European Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference in Brussels, in March. The conference with over 600 attendees from all over the world, including China, and 250 people on a waiting list to attend, looked at policies to capitalise on…
ISSS2017 Vienna. A Review!
The Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science looks back on a great meeting! In cooperation with the International Society for the Systems Sciences in July 2017 the BCSSS organized the 61st Annual World Conference ISSS2017 Vienna. We were pleased to welcome European and international scientists, business…
IS4IS President Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic talks in Vienna.
In October Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic, Professor of Computer Science in Chalmers, Gothenburg and Mälardalen, current IS4IS President and member of the BCSSS Research Group “Emergent Systems, Information and Society”, visited Vienna to give a talk on „A Taxonomy of Computation and Information Architecture“ at the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and another…
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- A systemic view on the Corona-crisis revisited by BCSSS Vicepresident Felix Tretter
- The BCSSS proudly presents the first Special Award for ‘Action on Climate Change’ in cooperation with IIID
- New publications by BCSSS Board member Ray Ison
- A systemic view on the Corona-crisis by BCSSS Vicepresident Felix Tretter
- Join our joint School of Thinking in Brussels and learn how systems thinking connects with further famous schools of thought