Professor Emeritus at George Washington University and current President of the International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Sciences, advocates a Conceptual Systems approach to understanding and dealing with political differences.

Jason J. HU

Organizer of Club of Remy ( Advocating “Four-China-Strategy” based on Cultural Gene Hypothesis and Self-organization Theories. Independent Researcher on Cybernetics and System Sciences, Evolution of Civilizations. 

Tips and Hints for Technical Issues of Our Video Meetings

1-      Get a faster Internet connection to your house – if your provider has three options: $20, $50, or $80 per month, switch to the top package or at least the mid package, avoid the bottom. This current pandemic is not going to leave us soon and we are becoming more dependent on the Internet, so it is an essential utility worth a budget increase. […]

Comparing the Process of Writing Your Book Versus Joining A Club of Remy Discussion

Comparing the Process of Writing Your Book Versus Joining A Club of Remy Discussion A Reflection of How To Transmit Your Insights To Benefit More People  JJH 2020  (Numbers and percentages in this piece of writing are fake or my best guess. They should be different from case to case, feel free to make adjustments to them for your own case, but the general idea […]

The Magic of Seven Slides

JJH 2020 for COR The secrete of building collective wisdom is hidden in the children’s game of building blocks or playing the Lego. A bad game would be one dominating kid push away other kids and play by herself but others just watch. A good game is that every kid participates in turn, in “Round-table-style”, one block a time, or 3 blocks/5 blocks/7 blocks a […]


Professor emeritus at University of Amsterdam. Three themes have been central to his research program: (1) the dynamics of science, technology, and innovation; (2) the scientometric operationalization of these concepts; and (3) the elaboration in terms of a Triple Helix of university-industry-government relations. Using Luhmann’s social-systems theory for modeling meaning processing and Shannon’s theory for information processing, Professor Leydesdorff shows in this new book (Open Access) […]

Evolution of Science – Club of Remy Conference July 2020

On Saturday 25th we shall have our long waited virtual conference. At the end of this message, there is a Zoom URL and password that you will click to join. The time is: 12:00 noon Washington DC, Boston 11:00 am Chicago 17:00 pm Lisbon 18:00 pm Vienna, Humbug, Frankfurt, Paris In case your time zone is not listed here please figure it out yourself Program (Expect […]


Louis H Kauffman grew up in Norfolk, New York, in the St Lawrence River valley, near the Canadian border. He has a B.S. in Mathematics from MIT (1966) and a PhD in Mathematics from Princeton University (1972). He taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago from 1971 until 2017, where he became a Full Professor of Mathematics in 1984 and Professor Emeritus in 2017. […]

Hans von STORCH

Hans von Storch is director emeritus of the Institute of Coastal Research of the Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), professor at the University of Hamburg and guest professor at the Ocean University of China (Qingdao), Senior Scientist and leader of the “Statistical Analysis and Modelling” group at the Max Planck-Institute for Meteorology, and director of the Institute of Coastal Research of HZG. A mathematician involved in […]

Edmundo Balsemão PIRES

Edmundo Balsemão Pires is Full Professor of Philosophy at the University of Coimbra (Portugal), since 2010. He works on Social Philosophy and Theory of Society since his Ph. D. on Hegel’s Political Philosophy (1999). He has published and edited 12 books and 60 articles and book chapters in the fields of his expertise. His scientific interests are focused on Theory of Systems, Constructivism, Hegel, Luhmann, […]


Eva Buchinger is a sociologist working at the Austrian Institute of Technology AIT. She specializes in systems theory and innovation policy and is AIT’s thematic coordinator for “Societal Futures”. Eva serves as consultant for the Austrian government and EU institutions, has a long record in university teaching and is actively engaged in the cybernetics and social-systems-theory community, including being a past president of RC51 Sociocybernetics […]