Thursday, April 15, p.m. Room 50

Symposium Q: History of Cybernetics, Information Technology, and Systems Research
F. Pichler, Austria, and E.-G.Woschni, Germany

Heinrich Barkhausen - Pioneer of Weak-Current and Electronic Engineering
E.-G. Woschni, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
From Rossum's Universal Robots to the Post-Human
J. Horakova, J. Kelemen, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Some Historical Comments upon a Kantian Outline for the Conception of the Universal System
E. Selzer, Austrian Society for the History of Informatics, Austria
Coffee Break
System Dynamics within the Evolution of the Systems Movement
M. Schwaninger, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Hydrointegrator by Mihaila Petrovic-Alas. A Contribution to the Design of Computing Machines
M.S. Stankovic, M. Stankovic, University of Nis, Serbia