Scientific Board

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Our Scientific Board helps maintain the quality, impact, and relevance of EDU conference, publication, and community activities. They serve in volunteer capacity at the request of Directors, and there are presently no fixed terms.

  • James N. Gardner, complexity theorist with a background in philosophy and theoretical biology. (Portland, OR, USA)
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  • Carlos Gershenson, complexity theorist studying self-organization, evolution, ALife, and cognition. (Boston, MA, USA)
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  • Georgi Georgiev, physicist working on understanding the mechanisms for the measured exponential growth in complexity through time.
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  • Richard Gordon, embryologist and theoretical biologist exploring development, genetics, and evolution. (Manitoba, Canada)
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  • Stevan Harnad, cognitive scientist researching categorization, communication and consciousness. (Southampton, United Kingdom)
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  • Francis Heylighen, systems theorist and cyberneticist focusing on the evolution of complexity. (Brussels, Belgium)
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  • David Holcman, mathematician and computational biologist modeling microstructures in biological systems. (Paris, France)
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  • Nicolás Lori, interdisciplinary researcher interested in neuroscience, logic and physics. (Coimbra, Portugal)
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  • Laurent Nottale, cosmologist and pioneering theorist in scale relativity and fractal space-time. (Paris, France)
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  • John Smart, systems theorist studying accelerating change and evolutionary development. (Mountain View, CA, USA)
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  • Clement Vidal, philosopher and systems theorist studying evolutionary cosmology. (Brussels, Belgium)
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Have you done notable peer-reviewed research in topics related to EDU Themes? Are you presently institutionally affiliated? Would you be willing to help us advance our work, on a part-time basis? Please email Clement Vidal about joining our Scientific Board.