63rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences
Nature's Enduring Patterns: A Path to Systems Literacy
FRIDAY June 28th through TUESDAYJuly 2nd, 2019.
(Please note new day pattern for start and end of the conference this year).
Location: CH2M Hill Alumni Center, Oregon State University
Hosted by College of Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon USA
ISSS 2019 will return to the Oregon State University for the 2019 Annual Meeting and Conference. You are warmly invited to join us.
Science searches for answers to the mysteries that confront us as living beings. For over 60 years, the work of ISSS in the ‘general systems’ field has been to encourage the development of theoretical systems which are applicable to more than one of the traditional departments of knowledge.
Recognizing our embeddedness in nature provides ways to investigate the common patterns or ‘isomorphies’ of concepts, laws, and models in various fields, and to help in useful transfers from one field to another.
Understanding and appreciating these patterns is key to the development of systems-literate people able to make robust decisions and act in complex situations, considering relationships and effects of systems of all kinds and at all levels.
Participants at ISSS 2019 will 1) Share scientific results and engage in conversations across disciplines regarding Natures Enduring Patterns; and 2) Explore how to educate for, and what it means to create, a systems-literate society.
For more information about the planned activities, speakers and key dates:
We look forward to welcoming you in Corvallis, Oregon for ISSS 2019!