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The ISSS Conference 2019 – A buzzing hub for the BCSSS and scientists throughout the systems sciences

After both deep conversations and playful workshops at the American Society for Cybernetics Conference, Ray Ison (BCSSS Board member) and Angelika Schanda (BCSSS Program Manager) traveled south, from Vancouver, British Columbia to Corvallis, Oregon to attend the 63rd Annual Meeting

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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.  

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Call for Post-Doctoral Scholarships 2012 at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)

Professor John Collier (Philosophy and Ethics) informed us about a Post-Doctoral Research Scholarships at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) open to a broad range of proposals in information theory, complex adaptive systems, related areas in biology, cognitive science and

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