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Hans H. Diebner

Physicist and Performative Scientist

Director of the Institute for Basic Research of the Center for Art and Media (ZKM) in Karlsruhe, Germany. His fields of study are non-lineal systems and Chaos Theory, cognitive systems and neural networks, research into molecular dynamics simulations and physics. He studied Physics, obtaining his Diploma in 1994. In 1998, he completed his doctoral thesis on "Time-Dependent Deterministic Entropies and Dissipative Structures in Exactly Reversible Newtonian Molecular-Dynamical Universes" at the University of Tübingen. Both his diploma and his doctorate were supervised by Professor Otto E. Rössler. Prior to this, he had worked as a research assistant for Professor Otto E. Rössler and Dr. G. Kampis in the Chemical Theory Division at the University of Tübingen. Complex systems and biocomputing with emphasis on cognitive systems are his main fields of research.



Has participated in

Transgression: Dissipation or Re-invention?

Dialogues on the Sustainability of Techno-Culture