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Monthly contributor to column Homo sapiens Curtea de la Arges, ...

  • Monthly contributor to column Homo sapiens Curtea de la Arges, periodical reporting on culture and science, edited by Gheorge Paun. Since 2016.
  • Editor, 3 volumes in the Cognitive Sciences Monographs series (Springer Publishers): Anticipation – Learning from the past. Early Soviet/Russian contributions to a science of anticipation (Volume I); Anticipation: the Interdisciplinary Perspective (Volume II); Anticipation and Medicine (Volume III)
  • Ad hoc Committee to develop a design program for ATEC graduate students.
  • Organizer, three international conferences at Hanse Institute for Advanced Study/Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg (Germany):
    • Anticipation and Medicine. September 28-30, 2015
    • Anticipation: the interdisciplinary perspective. Anticipation applied to information technology, neural networks, education, politics, biological systems, engineering. September 22-24, 2014.
    • Anticipation – Learning from the past. Early Soviet/Russian contributions to a science of anticipation. September 1-3, 2014.
  • Founder and director, International Study Group in Anticipation Across Disciplines, Hanse Institute for Advanced Study/Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany.
  • Visiting scholar, BISC (Berkeley Initiative for Soft Computing), Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California- Berkeley, 2002.
  • Distinguished Visiting Professor, Computer Science, and Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, 1999.
  • Co-founder of @computational design, a company based on knowledge and technology transfer from the program in Computational Design of the University of Wuppertal, 1997.
  • Professor (tenured), Chair of Computational Design, University of Wuppertal, Germany, 1994 to present. Courses in visualization, multimedia, intelligent CAD, ubiquitous computing, virtual reality, World-Wide Web.
  • Principal, MINDesign. Research and consulting for education and business (new technologies and their creative applications), 1986 to present.
  • Dean, School of Art and Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City,
  • Eminent Scholar in Art & Design Technology, Ohio State University, 1985-1988.
    Advanced applications in multimedia digital technology, visualization.
  • Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, 1980-1985.
    Taught semiotics, design, communication, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, aesthetics.
  • William A. Kern Institute Professor in Communication, Rochester Institute of Technology,
    1983-1984.Taught semiotics of art, computer-aided human activity.
  • Director, Institute for Visual Communication and Semiotics, Providence RI, 1981-1985.
  • Adjunct professor, Center for Research in Semiotics, Brown University, 1981-1985.
  • Visiting professor, University of Essen, 1979-1980. Taught semiotics, design, aesthetics.
  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Grant, Ludwig Maximilian University, Seminar fü r Philosophie, Logik, und Wissenschaftstheorie, Munich, 1978-1980. Research, and teaching in semiotics, aesthetics, axiology.
  • Lecturer, summer courses at Centro Internazionale di Semiotica e di Linguistica, Urbino, Italy, 1978.
  • Visiting professor, Carolo-Wilhelmina University, Braunschweig, Germany, 1977-1978. Courses in aesthetics and semiotics.
  • Nomination as senior philosopher, Institute of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, Romania, 1976.
  • Professor of philosophy, University of Brasov, Romania, 1969-1975.

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