IoT Russia & IoT Council: Zoom webinar invitation - IoT-day 2021. Remote affinity: entanglement & coherence
When: Apr 9, 2021 03:00 PM Moscow
Topic: IoT-day 2021. Remote affinity: entanglement & coherence
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Vladimir Arshinov (Head of Interdisciplinary problems of technological development @Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Institute of philosophy)
D.Sc. in Philosophy. Doctoral thesis "Synergetics as a phenomenon of postnonclassical science", Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 1999;
Cand. of Sc. in Philosophy. Thesis "The Idea of levels in the structure of physical knowledge", Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 1974.
- The philosophy of self-organization and postneoclassical science
- Questions of introducing synergetic ontology as a set of processes of formation within a single language of self-organization
- The concept of active role of language in scientific knowledge as a special kind of sense-generating non-equilibrium non-linear information environment that is interpreted in the spirit of quantum-mechanical philosophy
Rob van Kranenburg (Founder of Council_IoT and #iotday @IOT COUNCIL)
He wrote The Internet of Things. A critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID, Network Notebooks 02, Institute of Network Cultures. Together with Christian Nold he published Situated Technologies Pamphlets 8: The Internet of People for a Post-Oil World. Rob is co-editor of Enabling Things to Talk Designing IoT solutions with the IoT Architectural Reference Model, Springer Open Access. He works as Ecosystem Manager for the EU project Next Generation Internet. Rob van Kranenburg R. et al. (2020) Future Urban Smartness: Connectivity Zones with Disposable Identities. In: Augusto J.C. (eds) Handbook of Smart Cities. Springer, Cham. Advisory Board I.J.Cyber Forensics&Advanced Threat Investigations
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