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<center><big>'''Second International Conference on the'''</big><BR>
 
<h1 style="font-size:200%">'''Evolution and Development of the Universe'''</h1></center>
 
EDU 2011 Theme:<BR>
 
=== Complexity Transitions in Big History: Transition Definitions, Growth Curve Hypotheses, and Future Scenarios ===
 
 
 
'''Purposes:'''<BR>
 
'''1.''' Explore a Variety of Complexity Transition Definitions for Big History: Thermodynamic, Informational-Computational, Evolutionary, Developmental, Integrative, and Systemic<BR>
 
'''2.''' Associate these Definitions with a Variety of Tentative Growth Curve Hypotheses: Superexponential, Exponential, Logistic, and Other<BR>
 
'''3.''' Consider A Range of Transition and Growth Curve Scenarios Implied by these Hypotheses for the Future of Technological Innovation and Sustainability.<BR>
 
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We wish to seek out and network transition scholars, periodization, and acceleration, multi-level evolution and development scholars, world system modelers, and their critics. Scholars who approach evolutionary transitions from thermodynamic, informational-computational, evolutionary, developmental, integrative, and systemic perspectives are particularly desired. We will seek to compare logistic, exponential, and superexponential models arising from a variety of complexity transition definitions, and finally, explore a range of scenarios these models propose for the future of innovation and sustainability, underscoring the great technical, political, economic, and social value of better scholarship and science in this area.<BR>
 
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'''Location:''' (TBD).
 
 
 
We are presently developing a proposal to host EDU 2011 at a U.S. venue. If you have an interest in working on the EDU 2011 conference development committee, sponsoring the event, or providing other assistance, please contact [[Clément Vidal]] and/or [[John Smart]].
 

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