XIX ISA World Congress – Sociocybernetics CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Dear member/friend: Please find HERE the list and description of each RC51 Session proposed for the XIX ISA WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY to be held in Toronto, Canada (15‐21 July, 2018). Remember that the deadline to submit an abstract is on September 30, 2017 24:00 GMT. Feel free to distribute this among your academic colleagues and professional networks.



As every year, a committee of RC51 members carefully followed all presentations delivered during the 2017 RC51 Sessions within the 14th International Conference of Sociocybernetics in Medellín, and picked one.

Congratulation to the winner of the Walter Buckley Memorial Award on Excellence in presenting Sociocybernetics 2017: David Karminski Katz, for his presentation Building the meanings of Death. An approach from complex systems to news stories of death.

A complete list of the winners of previous editions is available in Buckley Award page.


We’re happy to be in Medellín where the RC51 on Sociocybernetics is meeting again as an academic, research, practitioner and friendship community.

Please find all the information: Program, Timetable, Presenters, Medellín information, etc. on the Conference Webpage.

Welcome to Medellín!

ICSC 2017 General Program Available

The General Program of the 14th Conference of Sociocybernetics – Sociocybernetics, innovation and social conflicts -, to be held in Medellín from June 20 to June 23, is now available at de Conference Webpage.

Stay tuned for the Detailed Program and Abstracts Booklet to be published next week.


Looking forward to seeing you in Medellín!


Now you have a new EXTENDED deadline for submitting your proposal: March 31, 2017.

14th International Conference of Sociocybernetics (ICSC)

Sociocybernetics, innovation and social conflicts

June 20-24 2017, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellín, Colombia

Call for Proposals

Abstracts should be sent in English. Please submit an Abstract of 200-300 words together with an Extended abstract of 750-1000 words (including references) for review purposes. The former will be published in the RC51 Newsletter, included in the abstracts booklet made available to conference participants and published as part of the conference programme on the RC51 website.

The Abstract only should include information about the author(s): names, affiliations, email addresses and three (3) keywords. Both abstracts should be sent to the Head of the Abstracts Committee José A. AMOZURRUTIA (j.antonio.amoz@gmail.com), with copy to the RC51 Secretary Patricia E. ALMAGUER (endev.research@gmail.com). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Sociocybernetics.

Early Registration: In order to complete your Registration please fill, as soon as possible,  the short form you find at ICSC2017 Conference page.

For detailed information, visit the ICSC2017 Conference page.