Georgi Georgiev

Georgi GeorgievIn existographies, Georgi Georgiev (c.1970-) (CR:2) is an American physicist, specializing in complexity, self-organization, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, and cybernetics, noted for []

Overview
In 2019, Georgiev, in his talk “Self-Organization and Cosmic Evolution”, building on Jan Smuts and Eric Chaisson, attempted to discuss the evolution of the cosmos. [1]

In 2020, Georgiev, in coordination with Ram Poudel, worked to co-orchestrate the so-called “Thermodynamics 2.0” conference.

Influences
Georgiev has been influenced by: Pierre Maupertuis, namely his principle of least action, Georg Hegel, William Ritter, Jan Smuts, Buckminster Fuller, Edwin Jaynes, namely his principle of maximum entropy production, Ray Kurzweil, Eric Chaisson. [1]

Education
Georgiev completed his BS in physics and chemistry and MS in physics and chemistry, at Sofia University, California, followed by a second MS in physics at TUFTS University, then in 2002 a PhD in physics, at Tufts university, Massachusetts. Presently he is a physics professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts. [2]

Quotes | By
The following are quotes by Georgiev:

“In Bernard cells, internal entropy decreases, compensated by the increase of entropy production. As a prototype of self-organization of an out of equilibrium [compare: far-from equilibrium] system, it uses ‘free energy’ to form a flow channel network with increasing action efficiency.”
— Georgi Georgiev (2019), “Self-Organization and Cosmic Evolution” (47:03-) [1]

References
1. Georgiev, Georgi. (2019). “Self-Organization and Cosmic Evolution” (Ѻ), NERCCS Pre-Conference School, Apr 3.
2. Georgi Georgiev – Assumption. Edu.

External links
Georgi Georgiev – Google Scholar.
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