AES: A JOURNAL OF THE EUS
Acta Europeana Systemica (AES) is the journal of the European Union for Systemics (EUS).
Founded in 1988, the EUS, aims at promoting European research and practice of systemics. The EUS is a community of national scientific societies. The EUS seeks to establish, through its network of companies, a favourable environment to the evolution of systemics (including its theoretical foundations, its methods and its implementation) and its diffusion, in particular by promoting transdisciplinary exchanges.
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Active members of the EUS
Association Française de Science des Systèmes (AFSCET)
Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sui Sistemi (AIRS)
Asbl Systèmes & Organisations (S&O) pour la Belgique
Sociedad Española de Sistemas Generales (SESGE)
Hellenic Society for Systemic Studies (HSSS)
Associated member of the EUS
Associazione Italiana di Epistemologia e Metodologia Sistemiche (AIEMS)
Partners societies of the EUS
World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics (WOSC)
The International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Sciences (IASCYS)
International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR)
Goals of the journal AES
The main objective of the journal AES is to promote systems thinking by providing keys to understanding the complexity of reality. Its mission is to promote the emergence, communication and deepening of systemic thinking.
The existence of the journal AES is necessitated by the realization that the complexity of the society in which we live exacerbates the need to find the tools, methods, an epistemology that allows to understand the functioning of the phenomena around us and and able to act.
The journal AES is a place of reflection and exchange that confronts multiple practices, training and systems research. It supports in particular the approaches inter/pluri/multi/trans-disciplinary, openings to cultural diversity, field experiences and references to theoretical work.
The general editorial line of the journal is defined with an Orientation Board composed of two members of the EUS and of the four presidents of the member societies of the EUS:
Gianfranco MINATI, President of the European Union for Systemics (EUS)
Andrée PIECQ, General Secretary of the European Union for Systemics (EUS)
François DUBOIS, President of the Association Française de Science des Systèmes (AFSCET)
Gianfranco MINATI, President of the Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca sui Sistemi (AIRS)
Claude LAMBERT, President of the Asbl Systèmes & Organisations (S&O)
Francisco PARRA LUNA, President of the Sociedad Española de Sistemas Generales (SESGE)
Nikitas ASSIMAKOPOULOS, President of the Hellenic Society for Systemic Studies (HSSS)
Andrée PIECQ (EUS)
Editorial Staff varies from issue to issue of the journal. They are composed according to the topics covered in the issue.
Reading Committee varies from issue to issue of the journal. This Scientific Committee provides peer reviewing of the contributions and it is composed according to the topics covered in the issue.