Systems Thinking and Practice in PhD Research:
Cybersystemic Possibilities for Governing the Anthropocene
30 July – 7 August 2015, Germany
• Two days of participation in a Systemic Inquiry in Hannover (Herrenhausen) on “Governing the Anthropocene: Cybersystemic Possibilities?
• Two days of dedicated ‘workshops’ introducing different systems approaches, methods and research traditions at Humboldt University in Berlin
• Five days of participation in the 2015 ISSS Conference in Berlin, including a group generated presentation on the final day
• 5 ECTS – points (N.B. The ECTS grading scale is a grading system defined in the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System framework by the European Commission. In Europe there is a general requirement as part of PhD study to undertake taught work attracting ECTS points).
The outline call for the PhD program can be found here: Announcement PhD course Systems Thinking and Practice 2015
A full program in summary form can be found here: WINS-ISSS PhD Course ProgramFinal
The following are a selection of images to convey a sense of what the PhD program entailed.
A link to download the video with the music and lyrics of the song performed at the PhD feedback session.