The Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (IIS) is a body of professors, researchers and students who promote philosophical and interdisciplinary reflection on recent advances in science. The IIS addresses crucial questions at the boundary of science, anthropology, and theology.
The IIS was started by the Swiss quantum physicist Antoine Suarez in 1989. Major contributions have been made by Massimiliano Berti, Vuko Brigljevic, Louis Cardona, Lorenzo De Vittori, Luca Di Rienzo, Alfred Driessen, Dermot Grenham, Joachim Huarte, Mark Fox, Andrea Manazza, Alberto Ribera, Juleon Schins and Lukas Wick.
Alfred Driessen (Emeritus University of Twente, Netherland)
Ignasi Fainé (Fondation du Léman, Switzerland)
Antoine Suarez (Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Switzerland)
Peter Adams (Thomas More Institute, London, England)
Massimiliano Berti (SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
Vuko Brigljevic (Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia)
Sebastian De Haro (University College Amsterdam, Netherland)
Luca Di Rienzo (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
Alfred Driessen (Emeritus University of Twente, Amsterdam, Netherland)
Mark Fox (University of Sheffield, England)
Antoine Suarez (Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Geneva, Switzerland)