International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace
For its 30th anniversary the theme of the conference is “From Human-Computer Interaction to Human-Systems Integration“.
A panel will allow to look at Human-Systems Integration through the lens of Systems Thinking.
“The upcoming European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research will be held in Vienna from March 30 to April 1, 2016.
It will be the first pop up conference meeting in the field of Systems Science and Systems Design, called emcsr avantgarde. The name reflects the vision and the core of the programme. We are looking forward to setting the stage for the contemporary avantgarde of Systems Science and Practice, connecting the achievements of the past with inspiring potentials for the future.
Thanks to the engaged emcsr 2016 selection committee a promising group of young researchers will present its ideas and will meet each other to get into conversations and to continue its trains of thought.”
You can get the book by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Extract from the first chapter of the book
“This booklet describes a candidate set of concepts for systems science, framed within what we call the Systems Tree. It is intended for systemists. We use this term for people who have the capabilities to understand complex situations, to cope with the unusual, to identify the right problem in order to solve it and who are able to take decisions keeping in mind a vision for the future. Systemists will, in the future, apply approaches based on system science to solve complex problems. Systemy is defined as the study of systems and a systemist is defined as a scientist trained in systemy.“
The authors, Brigitte Daniel-Allegro and Gary Robert Smith, invite the reader to develop a systemic attitude when facing the inexplicable.
“The problem is not the problem; the problem is your attitude about the problem”.
They explore the branches of the systems landscape.
Available from Amazon.fr
“Systems Science, Systems Thinking, Systems and Software Engineering can, and need to be considered complementary in establishing the capability to individually and collectively “think” and“act” in terms of systems in order to the face of the complex multi-disciplinary challenges of modern systems. Publications providing perspectives on the Frontiers of all aspects of Systems as well as publications advancing the state of Practice and Education are provided in this Systems Series.”