Are there any systems engineers or systems scientists here?
if you're talking about computer systems then yes there are
Thank you for your answer. I wanted systems scientist and engineers, not computer scientists. Systems science studies systems, strategies, classifications, planning and so on. Usually it consists of many disciplines acting on a single project.
Systems engineering applies to everything from large power plants to computer hardware and software. It’s a big-picture view that considers every aspect of a project, from costs and environmental impact, to time lines and life expectancy of equipment. Because it encompasses many disciplines, it can help engineers from diverse fields better understand how to solve problems.
Systems science is an interdisciplinary field that studies the nature of complex systems in nature, society, and science itself. It aims to develop interdisciplinary foundations that are applicable in a variety of areas, such as engineering, biology, medicine, and social sciences.
I doubt there are any on hub pages - they are probably too busy or make too much money to be bothered :-) Of course there could be a few retired or, in this economy, unemployed souls but I've not seen them!
Thank you for your answer, I have found one I believe. Hubpages is an excellent system for educating and engaging the populace at large, so I believe there should be systems scientists and engineers studying and exploiting it.
A direct answer to your question is, "Yes, there are systems engineers and systems scientists here on Hubpages."
Many writers, like myself, are researchers, that is, scientists who do systems type research. We tend to be generalists, in the sense that we do not specialize in the work that we do, so narrowly, that we can be call systems scientists. I hope that I have explained myself clearly enough to avoid being confusing is my attempt to explain what I do. My scientific research tend to focus on "living systems," as opposed to mechanical or say, electrical systems.
I hope that my input have been helpful.
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