Thermodynamics 2.0 Conference

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A Google-generated summary of the Thermodynamics 2.0 Conference, virtually-held on 21 to 24 Jun 2020, wherein about 60 to 70 people presented short talks via Zoom video, on thermodynamics applied to the social sciences, give or take.

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Overview

In 2016, Ram Poudel was mentored by Charles Hall on how to organize the 7th BioPhysical Economics (BPE), subtitled “Where Natural Science Meets Social Sciences”, a semi-themed sociophysics conference, in association with International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE).[1]

In 2019, Poudel, stimulated by conference talks of Adrian Bejan, on his social constructal law ideas, dialogue with Libb Thims, and someone else who associated with NSF-funding, among others, registered the domain iaisae.org, using this site as platform for an "International Association for the Integration of Science and Engineering" (see: IAISAE), to be host for an international group that would host a bi-annual conference themed on integrating social sciences with the natural sciences under the umbrella of thermodynamics.

On 21 to 24 Jun 2020, the Thermodynamics 2.0 Conference took place, wherein about 60 to 70 people presented short talks, via Zoom video, on thermodynamics applied to the social sciences, among other topics related to physics and thermodynamics, generally.

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References

  1. BPE 2016 – EoHT.info.

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