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Gatherings & Meetings

The main activities of scientific gathering developed within the frame of BITrum project have been:

   
An interdisciplinary approach
León, Spain, 6-8 November 2008
Around 20 questions concerning the information concept
León, Spain, November-December 2009
Ethical, Political and Aesthetical Aspects 
León, 21-23 September 2012
Open System Thinking  at the Crossroads of a Complex World
León, May 15-30 2013
Social Networks: from Communication to Solidarity
An Interdisciplinary Approach
León, September 13-15 2013
 Study case: The City
León, 27-30 de enero de 2014
 http://primer.unileon.es/events/UC2014
 
An interdisciplinary approach
León, Septiember 19-21, 2014
 
   
 

With managing and prospective purposes, numerous meetings with national and international institutions or groups have been held, serving to develop joint activities and proposals to international programmes.

BITrum has participated in the organisation of the following scientific meetings:
  • 3th ICTs-&-Society Network Meeting 2010, Barcelona, June 29 - July 2, 2010, organized by the Universität Salzburg, the Unified Theory of Information, the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, the Oxford Internet Institute, in the headquarters of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)  |  See report
  • 4th International Conference on the Foundations of Information Science in Beijin, China, proposed by the Social Information Science Institute at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China (21-24 August 2010) in collaboration with SoII, FIS, UTI.  |  See report

  • Workshop La Universidad de León en Europa: ¿Tecnologías de la Información motor de participación social? (The University of León in Europe: Information technologies, engine of a participatory society?), León, December 21, 2011 (organized in cooperation with myUniversity project, Fgulem and Universidad de León in its Faculty of Education)
See announcement in BITrum-site (Dec.2011, in Spanish)
  • International Workshop on Information and Systems
    , Munich, organized by the Institut für Design Science e.V. in the Hochschule München, January 18, 2012.
See new published in BITrum-site (Jan.2012)
  • Workshop & Course: Information, Freedom and Citizenship facing the new communication formulae of the XXI Century (first Workshop of “Journalist at the service of the citizenship” organized in cooperation with labor union "comisiones obreras", Universidad de León and Inteco), León, Inteco's assembly hall, March 15-16, 2012.
See new published in BITrum-site (mar.2012, in Spanish)
  • International Workshop AG Philosophische Grundlegung (im Ausgang von Schellings Positiver Philosophie), Munich, 23 - 25 March 2012, organized by the Institut für Design Science in the Hochschule München (first Meeting of a series of four planed workshops)
See new published in BITrum-site (Apr.2012, in Spanish)
  • V International Conference on the Foundations of Information Science (FIS-2013), Moscú, 21 a 24 de Mayo de 2013, organonised by the International Society for Information Studies (ISIS)
See new published in BITrum (sep.2012)information on ISIS website

BITrum has also participated in:
  • International Workshop Diskurs der Topologie: Sprache & Raum im urbanen System (Discourse of Topology: Language and Space in Urban Systems), Schwanenwerder, Berlin, 4-6 March 2011 | See new in BITrum-site (Oct.2011)
  • International Symposium Systems thinking: what’s it for?, Vienna, November 9-10 2011, held on the occasion of the 110th Anniversary of Ludwig von Bertalanffy, organized by the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of System Science (BCSSS)
  • International Workshop AG Philosophische Grundlegung (im Ausgang von Schellings Positiver Philosophie), Freiburg, 18 - 20 April 2013, organized by the Institut für Design Science, University of Freiburg, and the Hochschule München (second Meeting of a series of four planed workshops).
  • Metaphysics of Emergence, Ernst Bloch Zentrum (EBZ), Ludwigshafen, Germany, 6-8 June 2013, organised by the Institut für Design Science in cooperation with the Ernst Bloch Gesellschaft and the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of System Science (BCSSS).

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