9-14 July 2017 ISSS World 61th Conference, call for papers, Vienna, Austria

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From Science to Systems to Systemic Solutions: Systems Thinking for Everyone is the theme of the 61st World Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), hosted this year in cooperation with the renowned Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science and convening at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. ISSS2017 Vienna is the premiere global event for trans-disciplinary research, presentations, and workshops that bridge the gap between systems science and practice to advance innovative concepts, design applications, and more toward systemic sustainability and transformation across technological, ecological, and social systems. This year, the conference framework will feature speakers and sessions aimed at bringing academics, industry and governmental leaders, and practitioners together to explore the creative tensions and opportunities for systems research, application, and design at the intersection of humans, nature, organization, and technology through these themes: Government and Governance; Economy; Health; Ecosystems; and Innovation, Education & Development. The call for papers is now open, and can be found here. Multiple student awards will be given, and all papers are eligible for  a new “Best Conference Theme Paper” award sponsored by MDPI. Students are especially encouraged to submit. With more than 22 Special Interest Groups convening, and a pre-conference doctoral program offered, this conference promises to enrich and expand your knowledge, networks and more. See our conference website more information, including registration details and the call for papers, www.isss2017vienna.com.

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