The significance, timeliness and technological relevance of Professor Ozin's work and the knowledge transfer to academic, government and industrial scientists around the globe has brought true benefit to humankind through numerous inventions and innovations.
Todd Silers lifelong development and practice of "ArtScience," a process he created in 1975, seeks to fully integrate the arts and sciences towards advancing humankind, strengthening civil society and improving the state of the world, while creating a sustainable future. There are now over 30,000 organizations worldwide using the ArtScience process, principles and practices.
Todd has produced a rich corpus of paintings, drawings, collages and other works, including large-scale public pieces, which embody his original ideas on the connections between art and science.
In 1975, Dr. Siler invented the Metaphorming process, which is a set of universal creativity and communication tools for realizing human potential. The process enables people to think, create, communicate and perform at their highest level to achieve their goals. In addition, he has created various types of educational software, such as Think Like a Genius, and holds various patents on a range of inventions.
Todd Siler received his Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Psychology and Art from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; in 1986, he became the first and only visual artist to receive a doctorate from the Institute. He is a member of the board of directors for the Foundation for Human Potential in Chicago, and an International Advisory Board Member for the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, Korea, as well as a Forum Fellow and presenter at the 1999 and 2001 Annual Meetings of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
For over 25 years, Todd Siler has presented numerous keynote a
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