There are many benefits to membership.
Most weeks on Saturday and Mondays or Wednesdays ISSS members meet for a couple of hours to attend a mini-symposium, webinar, share knowledge, conduct roundtables, work on Special Integration Groups, and other activities.
Below are some recent presentations. Following presentations there is a question and answer period and general conversation. Shown here are just the presentations. Members have access to the full presentation and the question and answer session following the presentation by logging in to this website.
September 24, 2022 - Simplifying Complexity: Integrating the Systems Sciences and Human Systems Theories with Len Troncaleʻs Systems Process Theory/ - Lynn Rasmussen
September 17 2022 Natural Language as System Language. Jesse Henshaw
Saturday 10 September 2022
Saturday 7 May 2022
To Know the World: Mitchell Thomashow
Saturday 4 Dec 2021
It's a System Stupid - William Rees PhD FRCS
Saturday 20 November 2021
Complexity and the Productivity of Innovation - Prof. Joseph Tainter
Saturday November 6 2021
Psychology and Cybernetics - A Personal Journey - Robert Johannson
Saturday 2 October 2021
Natural Growth as a Concept and as a Natural Process from Jesse Henshaw
Saturday 4 September 2021
Professor Emeritus Charles A. S. Hall, State University of New York, Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse NY
Limits to Growth at 50 Years: Brief History and Present Implications
See The System - Kerry Turner - 1 May and 3 May 2021.
Systems theory as a Science
Saturday 24 April 2021 Prof Dr. Michail Mokiy: Transdisciplinary Aspects of the System Approach
This session was given in Russian and translated in real time in to English. You hear the interpreters' voice on this recording.
Developing an Integrative Framework for System Science - Gary Smith -27 February and 1 March 2021.
An Assault on Situational Complexity: Alexander Christakis and Maria Kakoulaki" presented on 16 January 2021.