INTERFACE DIAGNOSTICS CABINET (IDC)
The Interface Diagnostics Cabinet forms part of the International Multidisciplinary Neuroscience Research Centre (IMNRC). Please review the IMNRC Brochure.
The issues we are faced with today have reached such a level of complexity that citizens (experts, academics, artists, politicians, ...) are getting completely out of their depth. Why? They are faced with holistic multicultural integrated interdisciplinary challenges something that their education has not prepared them for. The existing educational system is not sufficiently powerful to enable us to deal with the complexities of the challenges we are faced with in an ever changing world.
Citizens thus have two options:
Our Interface Diagnostics Cabinet (IDC) makes a thorough assessment of your concerns in all sectors - as an individual, as a company, as an institution, as a government, as a locality (region, nation, continent, planet) - followed by practical suggestions for concrete customised solutions.
We offer our expertise in the following areas:
One of our most powerful tools for solving complex
challenges are the Customised
World Interdisciplinary Networks (CWINs).
Consultations take place by appointment either online or at the International Multidisciplinary Neuroscience Research Centre (IMNRC asbl/vzw) administrative and residential headquarters in Tervuren (near Brussels), Flemish Brabant, Flanders, Belgium.
Appointments are made by e-mail. Fees
depend on the complexity of the challenge to diagnose. The procedure may be
quite straightforward or may require launching a CWIN (Customised World Interactive
Network) for appropriate action.