Center for Complexity Studies Romania
'Simplicity is a solved Complexity' - Constantin Bracusi
True scientists. Each Mondaynight they gather from all the different disciplines of science. To make study of complex problems from a holistic perspective. The initiator, Dr. Florin Monteanu, founding father of the Center for Complexity Science-UNESCO center at Bucharest. According to Monteanu, to find solutions for a sustainable developmet at global scale we need a new, integrated vision of interactions between natural phenomena and the complex chain of human activities which define the needs of a modern civilization as we perceive it today, new concepts, tools and technics for a wise management and a new educational system, capable to accelerate the compatibility of individuals to understand this new step in the evolution of humanity.
Born on March 27, 1952, in Braşov; B.S. from the Polytechnic University, 1976; Doctorate in Sciences: Industrial Engineering; specialized in applied complexity science in engineering, econophysics, geodynamics and environment, as well as policies for integration into education of the informational and communicational technologies. Member of the Academy of the Scientists from Romania, Scientific Secretary of the Geonomic Sciences Department. Associate professor within the University of Applied Sciences of the Polytechnic University from Bucharest. Scientific secretary of the Unesco Chair in Geodynamics – Romanian Academy.