The following is a non-exclusive list of topics of
interest to the event. All other relevant and unlisted areas
are also solicited.
1.General and mathematical systems theory
2.History of the systems movement
4.Information systems, communication systems, complex
systems, and dynamic systems
5.Systems in engineering and physical sciences
6.Systems in social, biological, and humanity sciences
7.Fuzzy systems, grey systems, pansystems and unascertained
8.Systems modeling, control, management, decision-making,
10.Systems engineering and design
12.Realization and validation of systems models
14.The contemporary <<Natural-Artificial>> dualism
Participants are invited to submit draft papers written in
English (not exceeding six type written A4 or letter pages
per participant, otherwise additional fees will be charged
according to the following fee schedule: $20.00 per
additional page, containing: a) topic(s) for which the paper
is being submitted; b) title of the paper; c) name(s), and
affiliation of the author(s), full address, telephone, fax
number and e-mail address of the corresponding author.
Accepted contributions will be included in one of the special
issues of four SCI source journals or the IIGSS journals on
the condition that the work is presented physically at the
conference. The printed volumes will be available directly
from the publishers in the year of 2007 or early 2008.
Draft paper submission form
Each draft paper should be prepared according the following
1. Major theme of the paper, according to the major themes
given above or created new by author.
2. Paper title.
3. Author or co-authors with names, addresses, telephone
number, fax number and e-mail address.
4. Abstract of around 500 words.
5. Main content.
If all possible each draft paper should be sent via Internet,
as attachment, to one of the Secretary-Generals. Only if
transmitting your submission through internet is impossible
or you did not receive an acknowledgement of your submission
in a few days, send three copies of draft papers through the
postal mail to them.
Symposia in formation
Currently, the following workshops and symposia are in the process of formation. If interested in joining any of the symposia, please contact the organizers directly or through the conference organizers.
1. Workshop on Pansystems and Broad Spectrum: Xuemou Wu and Yuxiang Zhang
2. Systems, Cybernetics and Quantum Information, Marc E.Carvallo
3. Grey Systems and Applications: Mianyun Chen
4. Information Theory and Unascertained Systems: Qingying Wang
5. The Contemporary "Natural-Artificial" Dualism: The Asset within Knowledge, Economy and Society: Nicolae Bulz and Marcel Stoica
6. Bio-systems, Bio-inspired Computing and Bio-information Processing: Jin Xu
7. Systems Science and Applications in Engineering and Management: Zhangming Li