Monthly Archives: March 2012

Getting to Know…EMCSR Speakers Part II

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This is part two of our “Getting to know…” series, in which we invite you to learn more about our speakers and participants. You can find part one presenting some of our keynote speakers here. The speaker profiles include interesting

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Zdenka Zenko

Zdenka Ženko Ph. D. is Assistant Professor of Innovation Theory and System Theory at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia. She teaches courses in innovation management, system theory, methods for creative thinking and decision making, research

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Andree Piecq

Andrée Piecq graduated from the Free University of Brussels in the faculty of psychology. During 20 years, she  led a parallel career as  a therapist, teacher, trainer and speaker in systems analysis. In 1975 she co-founded a center for marital

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Carlos Gershenson

Carlos Gershenson is a Mexican researcher. He has a wide variety of academic interests, including self-organizing systems, complexity, artificial life, evolution, cognition, artificial societies, robotics, and philosophy. He is a full time researcher and head of the Computer Sciences Department

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Ranulph Glanville

Ranulph Glanville is a British freelance researcher and theoretician in both architecture and cybernetics. He studied architecture at the Architectural Association from 1964 to 1971. He completed a PhD in cybernetics at Brunel University in 1975, and obtained a second

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Looking back…Systems Theory and Ludwig von Bertalanffy

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Since we had a closer look at the beginnings of Cybernetics with regard to the Macy Conferences a couple of weeks ago, we now contribute this blogpost to Systems Theory, its history and background especially with regard to the pioneer

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Getting to Know…EMCSR Keynote Speakers

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In order to familiarize yourself a bit with some of the speakers and participants at this year’s meetings, we’re providing you with a series of in-depth profiles. They include valuable background information, links for further reading and interesting interviews. This

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Merrelyn Emery

Dr. Emery has worked on many aspects of human behaviour as a systemic or ecological phenomenon. These include education and continuing education, the uses and effects of media, the development of organizations and communities and human futures. Since 1970, she

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Ervin Laszlo

Ervin László, Chancellor of the Giordano Bruno GlobalShift University, is a Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist, originally a classical pianist. He has published about 75 books and over 400 articles were published in newspapers and magazines worldwide, including the

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Peter Erdi

Péter Érdi is a Hungarian and now also Hungarian-American researcher and teacher. His ambition has been to work in the spirit of cybernetics and systems theory. He serves as the Henry Luce Professor of Complex Systems Studies at Kalamazoo College,

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