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“Strategies for Discovering Scientific Systems Principles”. New paper by David Rousseau

On the 25th of September 2017 the latest paper by BCSSS Scientific Council member and leader of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy” David Rousseau was published: “Strategies for Discovering Scientific Systems Principles” in the journal “Systems Research and Behavioural Science“, 34(5), pp 527-536. The paper is a…

“Systems Science: Value, Status, Scope & Principles”. A workshop by David Rousseau at the INCOSE EMEA Biennial Workshop

During this year’s INCOSE EMEA Biennial Workshop, held at the Congress Center Rosengarten in Mannheim Germany, from 19th to 20th September 2017, together with Gary Smith (Airbus Defence and Space) our valued BCSSS Scientific Council member David Rousseau conducted a half-day workshop on Systems Science. Rousseau presented the section on…

“Systems Science for Systems Engineering”. BCSSS Scientific Council Member David Rousseau starts the year with a promising research programme.

From 20th to 22nd January 2017 our valued member of the BCSSS Scientific Council and leader of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Science and Philosophy” David Rousseau attended the NSF (National Science Foundation) workshop “Future Directions in Engineering Design and Systems Engineering” at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia,…

John Collier visiting scholar in Vienna to work on theory of self-organization

John Collier, Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Associate, Philosophy, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, is visiting Vienna again. He is invited by TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology) to work with Wolfgang Hofkirchner on the emergence of function in the course of evolution of self-organizing systems. Collier, Fellow of the BCSSS, member…

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…