Ranulph Glanville

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Ranulph Glanville (born 13 June 1946, London) is a British freelance researcher and theoretician in both architecture and cybernetics.

Biography[edit]

Glanville studied architecture at the Architectural Association from 1964 to 1971. He completed a PhD in cybernetics at Brunel University in 1975, and obtained a second PhD in Human Learning from Brunel in 1988.

He worked briefly as an architect in UK and Finland. He taught at the Architectural Association 1972–78, and Portsmouth Polytechnic 1978-97. He was Adjunct Professor at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology 1998–2001. He has been a freelance researcher since 1997, and lives in Portsmouth, UK. He has had scientific papers published in the fields of architecture, cybernetics and psychology. He is a regular contributor to conferences around the world.

Glanville has written more than 170 articles and papers about both architecture and cybernetics.[1]

Glanville is a Fellow of the Cybernetics Society and currently the President of the American Society for Cybernetics.

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of Papers, publications and Writings by Ranulph Glanville.

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