Deadline for registration is 12 September 2011.
Participation is free of charge. Tea/coffee is provided and lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria.
Further information: Please contact Søren Brier
Søren Brier is Professor MSO of the semiotics of information, cognition and communication in the Department of International Culture and Communication Studies at CBS. His primary research fields include transdisciplinary philosophy and theory of science, in the area of information, computation, cognition and communication. He works primarily with system and information science, cybernetics and semiotics. He has contributed to the development of bio-semiotics and the Foundation of Information Science group and has created the field of Cybersemiotics, which integrates Peircean semiotics, system theory, autopoiesis and cybernetic information theory.
Søren Brier has published widely. Much of his work is collected in the book Cybersemiotics: Why Information is not enough, Toronto University Press 2008 and 2010. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the academic journal Cybernetics & Human Knowing, A journal of Second Order Cybernetics, Autopoiesis & Cyber-Semiotics. Søren Brier received the Warren McCulloch award from the American Society of Cybernetics in 2008.