2005 Nov. 14-17, Intl Federation for Systems Research, Kobe, Japan
"MULEJ Matjaz" <MULEJ@uni-mb.si
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Subject: international conference on NEW ROLES OF SYSTEMS SCIENCES
Dear Sirs and Ladies,
we are proud to be able to help to sponsor the international conference on NEW ROLES OF SYSTEMS SCIENCES. Please find details below. Let us summarise very quickly: systems sciences are about holistic thinking, integration of knowledge and depth of insight. United Nations, European Union, many international opinion leaders find officially that mankind is in trouble because we specialists poorly combine our special knowledge with holistic thinking. This conference is supposed to help all of us find a new way out of the blind alley and survive as individuals, as society, mankind, and Planet Earth.
Please, join us!
Prof. Emeritus dr. Matjaz Mulej (systems and innovation theory), convention board member
The New Roles of Systems Sciences
The First International Congress of the International Federation for Systems Research
November 14- 17, 2005
International Conference Centre
JAIST - Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Systems Engineering Society of China
J. Kepler University Linz
Call for Papers
A knowledge-based, technology-supported society is the key to solving current problems of mankind. The ability to understand and manage a complex, dynamic knowledge society of the future and the overall systemic framework supporting it is vital. Systems Sciences carry the promise of promoting the creation, management, exchange, integration, and application of knowledge by applying holistic / systemic paradigms and principles. Systems Sciences provide a basis for balancing the divergent needs and interests between individuals and society worldwide, between ecology and economy, between nations of various levels of development and between differing worldviews. They enable us to understand the conflict potential, to search for suitable policies, to harness complexity, and to provide adequate methods and technological tools for their resolution. The guiding themes of this congress are the new directions, challenges and roles for Systems Sciences and their potential beneficial impact on an emerging knowledge society.
. Symposium-1: Technology Creation Based on Knowledge Science (chair: T. Kobayashi)
Symposium-2: Creation of Agent Based Social Systems Sciences (chair: H. Deguchi)
Symposium-3: Intelligent Information Technology and Applications (chair: H. Nakayama)
Symposium-4: Meta-synthesis and Complex Systems (chair: X. Tang)
Symposium-5: Data/Text Mining from Large Databases (chair: T. Ho)
Symposium-6: Vision of Knowledge Civilization (chair: Andrzej Wierzbicki)
Symposium-7: Foundations of the Systems Sciences (chair: Gary Metcalf)
Workshop: New Roles of Systems Sciences in a Knowledge Society (chair: Matjaz Mulej)
Panel Discussion: New Roles of Systems Science in a Knowledge Society (chair: K. Kijima)
Details on the program: [www.sea.uni-linz.ac.at
Details on the organisation [ifsr2005.jtbcom.co.jp
Regular Papers: Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract (2 – 3 pages) to the symposia and the Workshop by July 1, 2005. Final papers (8 pages) are due by Oct. 1, 2005.
Position Papers: Short Position Papers (1-2 pages) are invited for the Workshop, describing visions and predictions of the future impact and effects of Systems Sciences by July 1, 2005. Final position papers (2 pages) are due by Oct. 1, 2005.
Conference proceedings and will be published by JAIST Press.
All submissions must be in electronic form to [ifsr2005.jtbcom.co.jp
Detailed instructions for submission: [www.sea.uni-linz.ac.at
Early registration fee (until August 17, 2005): 30.000 Yen (ca. 285 Dollar), students: 10.000 Yen
Regular registration fee: 35.000 Yen (approx. 330 Dollar). Students: 15.000 Yen
Convention Board (Chairs):
Jifa Gu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Yoshiteru Nakamori (JAIST, Japan)
International Program Committee (chairs):
Gerhard Chroust (Kepler Univ. Linz, Austria)
Andrzej Wierzbicki (JAIST. Japan)
Zhichang Zhu (J. Systems Res. and Behavioral Sc.)
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/28/2005 09:14PM by daviding.