Niklas Damiris

General Information

Experience

Consulting Researcher  - IBM Corporation

Apple Inc.

Education

neurophysiology , Stanford

doctorate  - theoretical biology , Binghamton University

doctorate  - theoretical biology , Wesleyan University

Affiliations

Member of the Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics Seminar  - Stanford University

Co-Founder  - Capitalizing Communities

Founder  - Pliant Research

Research Fellow  - Institute for Politics , Philosophy and Management , Copenhagen Business

Special Advisor To the Dean of Humanities  - UC Santa Cruz

Member  - Xerox PARC's Embedded Computation Area

Senior Fellow At the Knowledge Society Center  - UCSC

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Niklas Damiris
Niklas Damiris Laboratory for Monetary Research, Swiss Centre for Banking Studies, Lugano. Niklas Damiris received his doctorate in theoretical biology and the foundations of physics at Wesleyan and Binghamton Universities. He didpost-doctoral work at Stanford in neurophysiology, and was a member ofXerox PARC's Embedded Computation Area. While working at Apple Research Laboratories, Dr. Damiris is co-founded Pliant Research, a project dedicated to the design of socio-technical systems that flexibly and robustly accommodate changing social needs. Dr. Damiris has been a research fellow at the Institute for Politics, Philosophy and Management, Copenhagen Business. Dr. Damiris is is currently collaborating on a monograph with Helga Wild, entitled The Wealth of Organizations, where social and ethical reasons are offered in addition to economic arguments for the existence and structure of corporations. Currently Dr. Damiris is consulting researcher at IBM Almaden Research Center working on services and alternative economies. Niklas Damiris Laboratory for Monetary Research, Swiss Centre for Banking Studies, Lugano. Niklas Damiris received his doctorate in theoretical biology and the foundations of physics at Wesleyan and Binghamton Universities. He didpost-doctoral work at Stanford in neurophysiology, and was a member ofXerox PARC's Embedded Computation Area. While working at Apple Research Laboratories, Dr. Damiris is co-founded Pliant Research, a project dedicated to the design of socio-technical systems that flexibly and robustly accommodate changing social needs. Dr. Damiris has been a research fellow at the Institute for Politics, Philosophy and Management, Copenhagen Business. Dr. Damiris is is currently collaborating on a monograph with Helga Wild, entitled The Wealth of Organizations, where social and ethical reasons are offered in addition to economic arguments for the existence and structure of corporations. Currently Dr. Damiris is consulting researcher at IBM Almaden Research Center working on services and alternative economies.

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NIKLAS DAMIRIS
NIKLAS DAMIRIS is a theoretical physicist turned eco-economist and social entrepreneur. For many years Dr. Damiris was a research

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Niklas Damiris
Niklas Damiris Dr. Niklas Damiris, Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, will present a lecture entitled "Performing Value: Money, Markets, and Alchemy."Dr. Damiris is a theoretical physicist turned eco-economist and social entrepreneur. For many years, Dr. Damiris was a research affiliate in research institutions around Silicon Valley:Stanford University, Xerox PARC, Apple's Advanced Technology Group, and more recently at IBM'S Almaden Research Center. At Stanford University, he was a member of the philosophy of quantum mechanics seminar, and has been one of the long-standing members of the Philosophical Reading Group. e was a special advisor to the Dean of Humanities at UC Santa Cruz for the Knowledge Societies project. Currently, in addition to being a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, and a consulting lecturer at the Swiss Center for Banking Studies. He is co-founder of the start-up Capitalizing Communities, which helps transform social networks into economically sustainable practices. "Creative research and the co-production of values, conversation with humanists, artists, and universities in Canada's economies of culture: Roundtable with Helga Wild, Niklas Damiris and Sha Xin Wei," Canada Research Chair Hosted Panel, Concordia University, 2 April 2007. "Valorization through art and technology : an opportunity to add value and rethink economic valuation ?" Dr. Niklas Damiris, lecture hosted by Canada Research Chair and Les Lundis Hexagram, Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montreal, 10 October 2005.

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