The Unicist Research Institute is a private global research organization that became the world leader in its segment. It has been the pioneer in complexity sciences applied to evolution since 1976. It was founded as an unincorporated association by Peter Belohlavek who developed the first scientific approach to understand and manage social and institutional evolution as adaptive environments. It is an organization of doers, by doers, for doers.
It develops the necessary knowledge, technologies and cognitive systems, using unicist artificial intelligence and expert systems, to manage social and business environments as adaptive systems. These solutions are provided to the market by its business arm and academic arm.
As part of their partnering policy and academic policy, the works and the unicist technologies provided or published are shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The objective of the business arm and the academic arm of our organization is to be installed in 175 cities in the world before 2025.
The Unicist Research Institute sponsors The Unicist School of Science and Technologies with more than 100,000 followers in 56 countries.
Access the main discoveries and developments in the field of basic and applied sciences and their application to social, individual and business evolution.
The paradigm shift introduced in sciences by the unicist epistemological approach that expanded their boundaries was developed by Peter Belohlavek.
It introduced the theoretical framework for complexity sciences, based on a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach, to deal with adaptive environments without using palliatives to stabilize them.
Complex systems are studied seeking the foundation through experimentation based on preexisting secure knowledge.
The experimentation of the complex system under study must “work”, that is, it should be a real activity that produces a result for which such system has been designed. To work means that an actual activity cannot be simulated.
The academic arm is a Business School that provides unicist business technologies to individuals in companies using a reflection driven educational model. These technologies are focused on strategic approaches to businesses and the management of the concepts and fundamentals to deal with the root causes of business processes.
The business arm is organized as a Confederation of Solution Partners that insource in companies the unicist business technologies that were developed at The Unicist Research Institute.
TUS - Italy
Dr. Carlos Velez
TUS - Argentina
Chief of Staff
Dean of the Unicist
VP Applied Research
& Professional Partnering
VP Applied Research
Dr. Kenneth Cust
Dr. Fábio de Oliveira Paula
Dr. Praveen Malla
Dr. César Pilco Flores
Dr. Werenshon Ramos
The Weston Group’s Automation & Digitalization Division made an agreement with the Unicist Corporate University to provide concrete solutions to problems beyond the current state of automation in healthcare organizations.
Website: unicist.net/weston-group - Phone: +1-832-368-5488
The Microeconomics driven Development Project is a transgenerational 50-year program that expects to contribute with up to 10 M new jobs, worldwide, due to the inclusion of countercyclical strategies developed by private companies and organizations. Learn more:
Microeconomics driven Development: https://www.unicist.net/economics/participate/
Countercyclical Strategies: https://www.unicist.net/conceptual-design/countercyclical-strategies/
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