Born in 1970. Dr. Sci. (Eng.), Prof., corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Director of Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and head of Control Sciences Department at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Author of over 500 scientific publications on cybernetics, theory of control for interdisciplinary systems, methodology, systems analysis, game theory, decision-making, project management and control mechanisms for organizational and socioeconomic systems.
Cybernetics 2.0: Modern Challenges and Perspectives
Institute of Control Sciences, Moscow, Russia; Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
Abstract: A new development stage of cybernetics (the so-called cybernetics 2.0) as a science on general regu-larities of systems organization and control – is discussed. A fruitful combination of organization and con-trol within cybernetics 2.0 would give a substantiated and efficient answer to the primary question of activi-ty systems engineering: how should control systems for them be constructed? Actually, this is a “reflexive” question related to second-order and even higher-order cybernetics. Mankind has to learn to design and implement control systems for complex systems (high-technology manufacturing, product life cycle, organ-izations, regions, etc.), similarly to the existing achievements in technical systems engineering!