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Honouring the 80th Birthday of Professor Mihai Nadin

Comitetul Român de Istoria şi Filosofia Stiinţei şi Tehnicii
Romanian Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology…

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Anticipation and the Brain

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M. Nadin (ed.), Anticipation and Medicine, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-45142-8_9

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Presentation: Anticipation and Medicine

Third International Conference of the Study Group Anticipation Across Disciplines, Hanse Institute for Advanced Study/Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany. September 29, 2015.

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Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of General Systems

At the invitation of the distinguished International Journal of General Systems, Mihai Nadin became a member of the Editorial Board.

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Appointment to Advisory Board of the International Child Art Foundation

Mihai Nadin appointed member of Advisory Board of the International Child Art Foundation, “the leading national art and creativity organization for American children,” on the basis of work in anticipation and creativity. September 2009. See: “http://www.icaf.org/” http://www.icaf.org/

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Olympic qualifying gymnasts tested on AnticipationScope™

Evaluation of anticipatory characteristics for high-performance physical activities began in 2009. Young gymnasts working with Olympic coach Vladimir Liukin and with Dr. James Denito, were tested in the AnticipationScope™ at the University of Texas at Dallas. The proprietary combination of …

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IJGS Best Paper Award

Mihai Nadin won the 2010 International Journal of General Systems (IJGS) “Best Paper Award” for his work, “Anticipation and Dynamics.”

IJGS is a cross-disciplinary periodical devoted primarily to the publication of original research contributions to systems science, basic as well …

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The AnticipationScope™

The AnticipationScope™ will be presented at the 2007 IEEE Dallas Engineering in Medicine and Biology Workshop. Emerging Technologies for Healthcare and Quality of Life, held at the University of Texas at Dallas (November 11-12, 2007).

The presentation/workshop is entitled An

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NPR Feature on Seneludens

Nadin’s Seneludens research has been featured on National Public Radio and Agence France Presse.…

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October 24, 2006: Hanson Robotics Receives Grant

October 24, 2006: Hanson Robotics, Inc., of Dallas, founded by University of Texas at Dallas Ph.D. student David Hanson, received a $1.5 million Texas Emerging Technology Fund grant to help the young company take its new robotics technologies to market, …

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September 28-29, 2006, Games for Health Conference

September 28-29, 2006: Within the Framework of the Games for Health conference, held in Baltimore MD, Mihai Nadin presented the Seneludens Project – Maintaining Anticipatory Functions in the Aging through Games and Interactive Environments. The lecture was covered by Agence …

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September 28, 2006, DCTV – Freedom to Read

On September 28, 2006, Mihai Nadin appeared on the Dallas Cable Television (DCTV) show Freedom to Read. The show’s host, Sally Hansen, interviewed Nadin about his work on anticipation and anticipatory systems. Following the interview, he read from his book, …

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May 5, 2006, Keynote Lecture: What do Art and Entrepreneurship Have in Common?

May 5, 2006: In the framework of the Remscheid Regionale, an initiative celebrating and promoting new economic opportunities for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), Mihai Nadin presented the keynote lecture, What do Art and Entrepreneurship Have in Common? at …

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Anticipation Across Disciplines (M. Nadin, Editor). Springer Cognitive Systems Monographs 29.

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