Prof. Sichuan University Chengdu China
Founder and Chair International Research Society on Methodology of Societal Complexity
and Operational Research Euro, West-Euro, & Dutch Working Group Methodology of Societal Complexity (MSC)
Board member CGU/my e-university and ICOAC
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe Tel: +31 20 6927526
for all info: http://www.doriendetombe.nl
Prof. Dr. Dorien J. DeTombe studied social science and computer science. She is the founder of the field of Methodology of Societal Complexity. She developed the COMPRAM Methodology (COMplex PRoblem hAndling Method). The COMPRAM methodology is selected by the OECD (July 2006) to handle Global Safety. She is a member of many scientific boards. She is a regular referee for conferences and journals in her field. She is an international recognized researcher in her field. She worked for many years at Utrecht University and at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. She is professor at the Sichuan University Chengdu China.
Dorien J. DeTombe published many articles and books on the subject of Methodology of Societal Complexity. Her research subject is policy making for complex societal problems, like floods, disasters, risks, climate change, credit crisis, future planning, agricultural issues, Tsunami's. and terrorism.
She gives lectures on the subject of Methodology of Societal Complexity as Visiting Professor and at Conferences all over the world.
She organizes yearly conferences on the topic of Methodology of Societal Complexity. She is editor of several journals.
Dorien J. DeTombe is chair of the International Society on Methodology of Societal Complexity the Operational Research Euro Working Group on Methodology of Societal Complexity Societal, the West-Euro Working Group on Methodology of Societal Complexity, chair of the and of the Dutch Research Group (Nosmo) Complex Societal Problems & Issues. She is secretary of the Nosmo Simulation Research Group. Board member of the Cloud based Global University (CGU).
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