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Stuart Umpleby

Stuart Umpleby is a professor in the Department of Management and Director of the Research Program in Social and Organizational Learning in the School of Business at The George Washington University. He received degrees in engineering, political science, and communications from the University of Illinois in

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Søren Brier

Dr. Phil. Søren Brier (born 1951) is Professor in the Semiotics of Information, Cognition and Communication Sciences at the Centre for International Business Communication Studies at Copenhagen Business School, where he has been teaching philosophy of science as well as

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Markus Schwaninger

Markus Schwaninger He is a professor of management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (emeritus since 2013). Born in Salzburg, Austria; double citizenship – Austrian and Swiss. His research and teaching are focused on the management of complex dynamic systems,

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Gandolfo Dominici

Gandolfo Dominici Italian academic and consultant, co-founder and scientific director of the Business Systems Laboratory, board member of the World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics and of the Italian Universities Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics (CUEIM). “I am fascinated

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Alexander Laszlo

Alexander Laszlo, son of Ervin László, born in Fribourg, Switzerland, received a BA from Haverford College, with a major in International and Comparative Political Science and a minor in Human Physiology. At the University of Pennsylvania he received his MA

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Getting to Know…EMCSR Speakers Part III

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This is part three of our “Getting to know…” series, in which we invite you to learn more about our speakers and participants. You can find Part 1 presenting some of our keynote speakers here and Part 2 here. The

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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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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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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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