Lectures by Christophe Gallus, University of Applied Sciences in Middle Hesse and Andrei Khrennikov, Linnaeus University, Vaxjo on September 26th and 27th

Lectures of prof.  Andrei Khrennikov from Sweden and Christoph Gallus from Germany are devoted to new rapidly developing interdisciplinary studies of quantum-like processes in Social Sciences and the Humanities. The authors of the lectures are well recognized in the world specialists in the field of quantum probability theory and its various applications outside of physics, which for many years have been the basis of such studies.  Currently, these interdisciplinary studies have catalysed new scientific directions in the world science, such as sociophysics and  econophysics, which aim to model complex multifactor systems and processes in sociology, psychology, economics and finance.  For ITMO University, a special interest is connected with  possible applications of such models for elaboration  of  new  "smart" information systems, as well as artificial intelligence systems.

Address of the event:  Meeting hall of 4, Birzhevaya Liniya, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 199034 

Language: English

September 26, 2017 from 11:40 to 15:00 - Andrey Khrennikov, Sweden

September 27, 2017 from 11:40 to 15:00 - Christophe Gallus, Germany

All interested are invited to attend.

Please register to participate.