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Thursday, July 13
 

14:00

14:15

3085 What Is Consciousness?
The objectives of this workshop is to learn how to be conscious and how to develop consciousness in an easy way. I´m going to use plain words and simple exercises to let you experience ¨consciousness¨.

There are four stages of consciousness:

-With oneself

-With others

-With medio

-With cosmos

We are going to experience some exercises to develop our senses, in order to be more conscious with ourselves, others, medio and the Cosmos.

-How to be in touch with oneself.

-How to know ourself deeper. The feather touch exercise.

-How to develop consciousness with the internal senses. Ecercise of insight.

- Kinestesia

-The Pineal Gland and tips to make it work better.

-The way we think. How to improve our way of thinking.

-How to control our mind.

-The importance of the Chakras.

-Cellular memory and how to clean it.

-How to deal with emotions and feelings.

-Alchemy, Gnosis, Tantra.

Please, bring your smart cell phone we need it to use in an exercise.

Consciousness is like a muscle, the more we use it the better it works.

A new era is beginning. It is the era of Consciousness. In India, Daddy Yankee of Brahma Kumaris, calls it ¨The Golden Era¨, because human beings are rediscovering ¨energy¨ within themselves and how to play god’s roll of creator with it. Now everybody can access the forbidden education of the Alchemy of Gnosis, the Spiritual Wisdom. This discipline, during ancient times, was only revealed to the kings. Nowadays with internet and the human being technology everybody has access to that important wisdom.

-Comments and share experiences.

Chairs
avatar for Delia Pembrey MacNamara

Delia Pembrey MacNamara

SIG Chair: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science, International Society for the System Sciences
Vice President Memberships and Public Relations (2013-2019), International Society for the Systems SciencesSIG Chair: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science (See below for information)Consistently ahead of her time, Delia's Enterprise 2.0 training programs for business began in... Read More →

Presenters/Facilitators
MF

Mrs Fabiana Crespo

Journalist,  


Thursday July 13, 2017 14:15 - 15:15
4th Floor, Room SR 384, Institut für Computertechnik,TU Wien Gußhausstraße 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria

14:30

WORKSHOP: Eco-Social Systems (Human ecology)
Smart Cities with ministry 

Chairs
avatar for Mag. Stefan Blachfellner

Mag. Stefan Blachfellner

SIG Chair: Socio-Ecological Systems and Design, Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science
https://about.me/bstefan

Thursday July 13, 2017 14:30 - 16:00

16:00

3215 A System of Accounts for Global Entropy Production
The development of smart cities is considered an alternative to face urban problems; one of them is the growth of population with disabilities and senior citizens, which will lead to sustainability issues particularly those dealing with services and infrastructure. The purpose of this paper is to highlight the need for innovation in the tourism sector, considering the Triple Helix model to achieve competitiveness in urban tourism destinations.
This research presents a literature review of the smart cities characteristics, challenges, and opportunities that bring technological development in social inclusion. The Soft Systems Methodology is applied to show how the smart tourism destination can be modeled. This review shows that smart cities can make more competitive and inclusive the tourism destinations, considering the cultural, economic, politic and social context and how the Triple Helix model of innovation is capable of building strategies and public politics that bring social inclusion for people with disabilities and senior citizens, making the city a more competitive destination.

Thursday July 13, 2017 16:00 - 17:00
3rd Floor, Room SR 124, Institut für Computertechnik,TU Wien Gußhausstraße 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria

16:00

3241 Strengthening the Resilience of Aging Societies’
Europe is ageing, due to higher life expectancy and decreasing birth rate. It is estimated that in 2060, 30% of the population in the EU are older than 65 years. Human worry, suffering, and grief caused by old age are a concern for everybody. This needs increased attention because the physical and mental health of a growing number of persons is actually or seemingly affected. Strengthening the resilience of seniors is a necessary but complex interdisciplinary challenge.

Can we do a better job of anticipating, understanding systemically, and mitigating the consequences of ageing? We are challenged to find new ways of integrating scientific, technological, cultural, ethical, political, and economic influences in order to alleviate the physical and mental stress caused by ageing and its consequences.

In analogy to Industry 4.0 the power of Information and Communication technology (ICT) and Systems Thinking provide tools for analysis (e.g. Big Data), simulation, extrapolation, and strategic planning of the trajectory of ageing and assistive technologies.

Nowadays, the senior population, many of them still active and even working, is surrounded by technology, internet and social networking. It is, however, necessary to adapt and align existing technology with the physical and cognitive needs of the lifestyle of seniors, their specialized health care, their idiosyncrasies, and their interests to support their active ageing, their independence and quality of life.

For this workshop we invite researchers in this field to present, discuss and compare their objectives, approaches, and (as far as available) results with respect to both theory and practical experience.

Typical issues are:

reduce physical, cognitive and social frailty amongst seniors, typically overcoming deficiencies of sight, hearing and touching
enhance seniors’ participation in physical activities,
motivate seniors to remain healthy and active,
supporting elders in healthy eating habits.
develop elderly-oriented, body positioning and training computer games
overcoming psychological problems, loneliness and isolation
non-intrusive alarm systems for helpers


Participants are invited (but not required) to send a short (half page) position statement by July 1st 2017 to the chairpersons in order to improve comparison and discussion of various approaches in the workshop.

Note that this workshop is closely related to the session ‘Resilience 4.0: ICT Support for Human Resilience in Crises and Old Age ‘, where full papers are expected.

For further details and information feel free to contact the chairperson.

Looking forward to seeing you in Vienna!

Presenters/Facilitators
avatar for Prof. Gerhard Chroust

Prof. Gerhard Chroust

Prof. emeritus, Johannes Kepler University Linz
SIG Chair: Resilience 4.0: ICT Support for Human Resilience in Crises and Old Age (see below for more details)Gerhard Chroust was born in 1941 in Vienna, Austria. He started to study Communications-electronics in 1959 and received a M.A. from the Vienna University of Technology in... Read More →
avatar for Shankar Sankaran

Shankar Sankaran

Professor, University of Technology Sydney
Vice President Research and Publications, International Society for the Systems Sciences.SIG Chair: Action Research (see below for information)Shankar Sankaran specialises in project management, systems thinking and action research. He is a Core Member of a UTS Research Centre on... Read More →


Thursday July 13, 2017 16:00 - 18:00

16:30

WORKSHOP: Socio-Ecologies and Human Ecology
Chairs
avatar for Mag. Stefan Blachfellner

Mag. Stefan Blachfellner

SIG Chair: Socio-Ecological Systems and Design, Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science
https://about.me/bstefan
FT

Felix Tretter

BCSSS – Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science
SIG Co-Chair: Socio-Ecological Systems (see below for details)This SIG Socio-Ecological Systems intends to help advance a sound epistemology and methodology for socio-ecological systems design in conjunction with socio-technological systems design. At the interface of science... Read More →

Thursday July 13, 2017 16:30 - 18:00

17:00

3030 A Policy Compass for Ecological Economics in the Digital Age
A policy compass indicates the direction and degree of success of a policy in both very general qualitative terms and in robust statistical terms. I propose to modify the compass to reflect the underlying suppositions of ecological economics: that society is dependent on the environment, and that economic activity is dependent on society. We can think of this as three concentric circles, the economy being the smallest.

Any formal institution can develop a policy compass to examine the discrepancy between what the institution would like to do (its mandate) and the actual performance and situation it finds itself in, where the latter is determined through an aggregation of statistical data and facts. These are made robust and stable using meta-requirements of convergence. They can be aligned with some of the fundamental conceptual and normative thinking of ecological economics with this new adaptation of the compass.

In this paper, the general policy compass is explained, followed by an adaptation for ecological economics. The policy compass is original, and so is the adaptation. The compass is inspired by the work of Satish Kumar, Stanislav Schmelev, Anthony Friend, Georgescu-Roegen and Rob Hoffman. In the conclusion, I discuss the accompanying conception of sustainability.

Thursday July 13, 2017 17:00 - 18:00
3rd Floor, Room SR 124, Institut für Computertechnik,TU Wien Gußhausstraße 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria