JEREMY HORNE, Ph.D. San Felipe, Baja California (Mexico)
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Logic (with course work in Symbolic Logic, Set Theory, Modal Logic, Computer-Managed Instruction in logic), Social and Political Philosophy, Political Economy, History of Philosophy, and Philosophy of Education CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS Recursion in three-dimensional binary space Modeling and Simulation – Autonomous Hybrid Systems, and States of Life and Consciousness, with emphasis on dynamic validation Relationship of first and second order logic to modeling theories, such as IDEF Cosmological and quantum semantics of binary logic Effect of millimeter wave ra…
JEREMY HORNE, Ph.D. San Felipe, Baja California (Mexico)
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Logic (with course work in Symbolic Logic, Set Theory, Modal Logic, Computer-Managed Instruction in logic), Social and Political Philosophy, Political Economy, History of Philosophy, and Philosophy of Education CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS Recursion in three-dimensional binary space Modeling and Simulation – Autonomous Hybrid Systems, and States of Life and Consciousness, with emphasis on dynamic validation Relationship of first and second order logic to modeling theories, such as IDEF Cosmological and quantum semantics of binary logic Effect of millimeter wave radiation on transitional states of consciousness Consciousness studies, particularly the structure, role, and philosophy of bi-valued logic in consciousness.
Other topics in logic: paradoxes, unary set instantiation, proof checkers PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Current Chief Executive Officer – Inventors Assistance League [http://www.inventions.org] Independent consultant preparing patent documents “Bread and Butter” Work Researcher/Consultant/Documentation Systems Developer – Linux and Microsoft documentation software, operating systems, some programming (FORTRAN, BASIC, C-shell), and other standard software applications – over 25 years technical writing experience RhinoCorps, Albuquerque, NM – contractor for White Sands Missile Range – April 2002 – 28 February 2009 Current – CEO, Science Advisor and Curriculum Coordinator, Inventors Assistance League (www.inventions.org ) Independent researcher and writer Teaching Many adjunct faculty positions in Arizona, North Carolina, and California Subjects: various courses in philosophy (logic, ethics, and political philosophy) List provided upon request. REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS Working on Philosophical Perspectives of Order and Logic, a collection of articles to supplement logic textbooks – to be published by IGI Global in 2017. "Big Data From A Logical Perspective" and - 2016 in Big Data Storage and Visualization Techniques - IGI Publishers “The Ontology of Randomness”, appearing in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (4th Edition) - IGI Global 2017 “A Philosophy of Learning”. The Journal on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI) Volume 13 - Number 6 - Year 2015 “Supercomputers: A Philosophy of their Language”and “Supercomputers: A Philosophical Perspective” - two chapters in Research and Applications in Global Supercomputing, IGI Publishers - 2015. “A New Three Dimensional Bivalent Hypercube” – simultaneous publication of two versions – Alexandria Journal of Mathematics, Volume 2 , No. 1, June 2011 and Neuroquantology, Vol 10, No 1 (2012). Numerous articles on leadership, including, “The Philosophy of Leadership” - 2011 – present, http://www.leadership-central.com/ “Is Reality Digital or Analog?”, FXQI Foundational Questions Institute, 8 February 2011 [http://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/862 ] “The Transition Between Life And Death - Problems and Prospects”, Neuroquantology, Issue No. 2, 2007 “Recursion of Binary Space as a Foundation of Repeatable Programs”, Journal of Systemics and Informatics, volume 4 - number 5, pages: 73-77, International Institute of Informatics and Systemics –2006 “Recursion of logical operators and regeneration of discrete binary space”, June 2000, Informatica, Josef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia “The General Theory and Method of Binary Logical Operations” –International Journal of Applied Science and Computations – December 2000 “Millimeter Wave Radiation’s Effect on Mental States – a philosophical framework for study of MMWR” - International Information System on Resonance Technologies –Collection No. 19 (also translated into Russian) May 2000 "Logic as the Language of Innate Order in Consciousness," Informatica, No. 4, December 1997 Critical thinking articles for National School Boards Association, such as "Teaching Kids to Think: Philosophy-Based Education," Updating School Board Policies, Vol. 23, No. 3, April 1992 Co-author of MIL-HDBK-415, A Design Handbook for Fiber Optic Communications Systems, 1994 – Current, as of February 2012 REPRESENTATIVE PRESENTATIONS General Joint Sessions and Workshops of WMSCI 2015 and its Collocated Events July 12 - 15, 2015 ~ Orlando, Florida, USA Each year, I give a keybote speech and/or presentation to IIIS See: www.iiis.org for examples. Keynote speaker at the 17th and 18th session of The World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 20112 and 2013, Orlando, Florida USA “What to do about peer review”, The 16th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2012 Orlando, Florida USA — 17-20 July 2012 “Keynote Speaker at the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (www.iiis.org) - 2011-2012 Development Philosophy As It Applies to Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A)”, Southwest Area Region Meeting - American Association for the Advancement of Science, Albuquerque, NM, April 2008 “Origins of Towards a Science of Consciousness” - Towards a Science of Consciousness, Tucson, AZ –Poster Session – 8-12 April 2008 “Autodestruction and Autopoiesis in Adaptive Systems”, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2007 Making Knowledge and Peer Review Quality Happen, International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Communication, and Management: KGCM 2007, Orlando, FL, 2007 “Towards a Sound Method of Peer Review”, 1st International Conference on Knowledge Communication and Peer Review, 2006 “Learning and Teaching Integrity as the Bulwark of Sound Peer Review Mechanics”, First International Conference on Knowledge Communication and Peer Review, 2006 “Modeling and Simulating the International Battle Space – Problems and Prospects of Hybrid Systems Acting on their Own”, 3d International Conference on Cybernetics and Information Technologies, Systems and Applications: CITSA 2006 “The Transition Between Life And Death - Problems and Prospects” - Towards a Science of Consciousness, Tucson, AZ –Poster Session – 4-8 April 2006 “Recursion of binary space as a foundation of repeatable programs” – 2nd International Conference on Cybernetics and Information Technologies, Systems and Applications: CITSA'05 “Teaching a Philosophy of Logic” – Southwest Area Region Meeting - American Association for the Advancement of Science, Poster Session - Tucson, AZ, 13-16 April 2005 “The Most Fundamental Law” – University of Arizona - Quantum Mind Conference - Poster Session – 15-19 March 2003 “The Ontology of Scientific Methods” – American Association for the Advancement of Science, Poster Session - Denver, CO, 13-18 February 2003 “Millimeter Wave Radiation’s Effect on Mental States – Revisited” – Towards a Science of Consciousness, Tucson, AZ –Poster Session - 8-12April 2002 Conference paper - “Using MMWR to explore the transition between life and death” – Information Society 2000, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 17-19 October 2000 Invited Conference paper - The General Theory and Method of Binary Logical Operations - Eighth International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Computer Science, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, August 1999 Conference paper - Information Processing Efficiency of Logical Operators, International Conference on Consciousness in Science and Philosophy, Charleston, IL, November 1998 Conference paper - Logic as the Language of Innate Order in the Universe- Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 1996, and poster session - Second International Conference on "Towards a Scientific Basis of Consciousness," April 1996 OTHER PROFESIONAL ACTIVITY President-emeritus, Southwest Area Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, Universidad Juarez Estado de Durango, Durango, Mexico; Project: - Establishing Mexico-wide Consciousness Conference – Starting mid-March 2009 Reviewer, and Program Committee member for the International Institute for Informatics and Systemics, Orlando Florida – 2006 – present Reviewer - Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics; Neuroquantology, Knowledge Generation and Communications Management conferences – 2006 – present Member, editorial board - International Information System on Resonance Technologies - 2000 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Association for the Advancement of Science Bioelectromagnetics Society Union of Concerned Scientists International Institute for Informatics and Systemics EDUCATION/HONORS University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Ph.D. in Philosophy Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT, M.S.. in Political Science Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, B.A. in International Relations
Many graduate courses in political science Courses in fiber optics, optical network theory, auto technology, and corrections Phi Kappa Phi, National (Academic) Honor Society Who's Who in Science and Engineering - 2nd edition, 1994 Who's Who in the World - 2000 Who's Who in America – 2002 Who's Who in America – 2006-present CERTIFICATIONS Arizona Community College Teaching - Philosophy/Social Science (Lifetime), Technical Writing California Community College Teaching - Government (Theory and Practice, Local and International)/Philosophy and Religion/Social Science/Automotive Mechanics and Related Technologies (Lifetime)