Anna Andreyevna Zaytseva
I am a PhD in the research field of Information Systems. I have generated a stepwise systems approach for studying mutual shaping between technologies and law, as inspired of Complexity Science, Law and the field of Information Systems. Empirical context is Norwegian e-health infrastructures and national legislation. I discovered a mechanism of co-evolution between technologies and law considering their asymmetries and differences in time flow. The generated systems approach provides ex ante evidences for the decision making within ICT design works, as expected from the changing regulatory environment, employs the phenomenon of memory from Complex Adaptive Systems and may be further used in Natural Language Processing. Initially, I am lawyer, but I am seriously fond of Complexity Science. My monograph, titled "Mutual shaping between technologies and law: memories of Norwegian e-health infrastructures" (link: http://urn.nb.no/URN:NBN:no-55943), received highly positive feedback from the adjudication committee, such as "solid scientific standard" and "highly original work". Disputation will take place on November 14, 2016. My subsequent intention - international activities in ICT and transdisciplinary research for social inclusion and peace (with focus on EU), and the perfect match of people with what they want to do in their lives - within one hyperconnected architecture.