AINS Staff

 

Siegfried Fussy  

Siegfried Fussy

Siegfried Fussy was born in Graz (Austria) in 1957; University (Physics and Astronomy) in Vienna; dissertation on the mass generation of the first quark generation via radiative corrections; graduation as Ph.D. 1988; then scientific member of the Institute of Medium Energy Physics of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, international experiments on Myon Catalyzed Fusion at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland until 1991; Founding member of the Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies, Vienna, since 1990.

 

Gerhard Grössing

Gerhard Grössing was born in Vienna in 1957; School and University (Physics and Mathematics) in Vienna; Teaching Assistant at Iowa State University and Research Assistant in High Energy Physics at Ames Lab. (USA) in 1979/80; graduation as M.S. 1980; dissertation on quark jets at the University of Vienna; graduation as Ph.D. 1983; then: research projects at the Atominstitut, Vienna, including, since 1984, the development of "Quantum Cellular Automata" (QCA) and the development of "Quantum Cybernetics". Founding member and director of the Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies (AINS), Vienna, since 1990. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Cybernetics and Systems, Taylor & Francis, since 1999. Founding and Board member of the Heinz von Foerster - Gesellschaft, since 2000. Member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Fetzer-Franklin Fund, since 2012.

 

Gerhard Grössing

 
Herbert Schwabl  

Herbert Schwabl

Herbert Schwabl was born in Vienna in 1961; Technical University (Physics) in Vienna; graduation as Ph.D. 1994. Scientific work in the fields of environmental sciences, self organization and complementary medicine. Founding member of the Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies, Vienna, since 1990. Currently chairman of Padma AG in Schwerzenbach, Switzerland.

 

Johannes Mesa Pascasio

Johannes Mesa Pascasio was born in Bludenz (Austria) in 1970; Technical University Vienna (Electrical and Communications Engineering); research and development at Leica in Switzerland until 1997; research projects on theoretical electrodynamics and microelectronics at respective institutes at TU Vienna; since then development of program systems for scientific computation.

 

Johannes Mesa Pascasio