YITZḤAQ (Isaac) ḤAYUT-MAN
- Intermediate Architectural studies, the Architectural Association, London.
- B. Arch (Honors) Univ. of California Berkeley. Major in Design Methodology, 1967.
- M.Sc Urban and Regional Planning, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), 1973.
- Ph.D. in Cybernetics (Conversation Theory), Brunel University, England, 1981.
Special Learning Experiences:
- Worked with inventor-philosopher Richard Buckminster Fuller on the World Design Science Decade (1965-75)
- Studied with professor Christopher Alexander in UCB of Pattern Language for Design.
- Studied with professor Horst Rittel on methods for design and info- systems (IBIS).
- Work and later special missions for Julius Stulman, president of the World Institute.
- Studies and work with eminent cybernetician Gordon Pask at Systems Research Lab.
- Studied HaBad philosophy, and some work, with Rabbi Adin Steinsalz.
- Initiator and tutor of student-run courses, UC Berkeley 1968.
- Lecturer in Design Methodology, Betzal'el Academy Dept of Design, Jerusalem.
- Adjunct Professor of Urban Development, Fed. U. of Pernambuco, Brazil.
- Visiting Professor, Dept. of Architecture, LSU Baton Rouge, USA.
- Senior Researcher in Regional Development, Desert Research Inst, BGU Israel.
- Founder and Dean of R&D, the Academy of Jerusalem, POB 8115 Jerusalem, Israel.
- Presently Professor of Cyberspace and Peace Architectures, Kepler Space Institute.
Professional and Consulting: Researcher-Planner, International Institute of Urban Studies, Ramat Gan, Israel. Senior researcher, The World Institute, Jerusalem. Consultant to Israel Land Authority; National Housing Bank, SUDENE and National Space Institute, Brazil; R&D Team member, Gordon Pask’s System Research Ltd, UK. Consultant, Optomedic Medical Technologies, Israel. Director, High-Or Ltd. Consulting on re-conceptualizations and on systems development.
Family Background: Father's side descendants of Hassidic Rabbi Zusia of Honipoli. The grandfather Yitzhak Hayutman came to Israel in 1888, was a labor organizer in Rehovot, among the founders of Metulah, and the initiator of the city of Tel Aviv. The grandfather on the mother's was the first Jewish citrus farmer in the country.
Appendices (upom demand) – some detailed work experience:
A. Architectural Design and Art.
B. Business and Management.
C. City and Regional Planning.
D. Design Methods and Information Systems.
E. Environmental Issues and Ecology.
F. Fiction Writing (inc. Science-Fiction), Films, Drama.
G. Games Design.
H. Hebrew Publications – פרסומים בעברית
Publications in English (non-fiction):
1. "The Learning Womb: an Innovative Educational System for Brazil", U.F.Pe. 1974.
2. "The Abraham Federation: a radical solution to the Arab-Israeli Conflict". Private edition, 1975. Accepted for Book which got aborted. Abstract in "How to save the world", 4th World Conference, London 1983.
3. The Electronic Alternatives to Paper-Based Scientific Communications (with Dr. J. Ben Dak) - Project Proposal for the NSF-OSTI Bid. Practical Concepts Inc. Wash D.C. 1975 (2nd place).
4. "The MECCA-HEJERA: a proposed simulation system for forming and assessing peace strategies for the M.E.", paper at the ISAGA 1981 Conf. in Haifa University.
5. “Prospects for Systematic Theology”. An honorary lecture gave at the Institute of Systematic Theology of Copenhagen University Denmark, June 1981.
6. "A Proposed Ecological Israeli Talmud" in E. Elkobi (ed) Muda'ut, 1984, based on paper given in the Conf. of the Israel Ecological Soc. 1983, “Ecology and Jewish Existence” panel (Hebrew).
7. “What Does “The New Age” Mean to me?” in A. Barzeli (ed) “What Does the New Age Mean to me?”. Published by Bridges for the Future Association, Tel Aviv 1985.
8. "Zion and the Two Jerusalems: a quest for the harmonious M.E City" in Saqqaf A.Y. (ed): "The M.E. City - ancient traditions confront a modern world". Paragon House Press, 1987.
9. "High-Technology Alternatives for Educational Systems in Sparsely Settled Zones: the case of the Israeli Desert" (with Sh. Dover), in Y. Gradus (ed): "Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparse Lands". D. Reidel, Dordrecht, 1987.
10. "Furthering Contributions of Systems Theory to Environmental Education", in Sh. Keiny & Uri Zoller (eds) "Conceptual Issues in Environmental Education", NY, Peter Lang Inc. Publishers, 1990.
11."Educational Facilities Overheads, Mid-East Educational Satellite Systems and Intelligence-Aided Humanism", prepared for P.W.P.A 3rd M.E. Seminar. Unpublished.
12. "13 Aspects of the Heavenly Jerusalem" (in Hebrew). Muda'ut 27.
13. "World, Mankind and Living Earth" (Hebrew: Olam Adam veAdama). Muda'ut 29.
14. "Ancient Monuments in England - Signposts on the way from Babel to the New Jerusalem" (revue of John Michell's work). Muda'ut 28
15. "The Computer as a vehicle for Spiritual Development" (in Hebrew). Muda'ut 30.
16. "Computer Games for Social and Spiritual Development - summary of the HEJERA Games", in Glanville R and G. de Zeeuw (eds.) "Mutual uses of Cybernetics and Science", Special issue of Systematica, the Journal of the Systeemgroep Nederland, 1991.17. "Eco-Anti-Semitism, Eco-Paganism and Biblical-Hebrew Eco-Logics". Paper at the 5th intl. conference of the Israeli society for Ecology and Environmental quality, 1992.
18. "Kabbalah as model for Healing". Dead Sea Conference for Interaction of Western and Eastern Medicine, 1992. Published by the Academy of Jerusalem.
19. "Realizing the Heavenly Jerusalem", 1993 (reworked from paper for the Intl. conference "Peace Thinking and the Middle East Conflict" Haifa University. 1978). Published by the Academy of Jerusalem.
20. "Concepts of Biological and Spiritual Ecology as Basis for Environmental and General Education". Paper read at the 1993 Annual conference of the Israeli Society for Ecology and Environmental Sciences".
21. "A Feasible Pattern for Building the Future Temple of Jerusalem". In R. Trapple (ed) Cybernetics and Systems '94, Proceedings of the 12th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, U. of Vienna April 94. World Scientific.
22. “Pros and Cons for Building the Temple of Jerusalem” and “Patterns and Insights for Building the Temple in our Times”. Translations of articles in (Hebrew) book by Ezrahi and Hayut-Man “Renewing the Old and Sanctifying the New”.
23. “The Genesis of the Christmas IntelligenTree”, in B.C. Scott, and R. Glanville, (eds): “Gordon Pask remembered and celebrated”, Kybernetes Vol. 30 5-6, 2001.
24. “Seven Degrees of Brotherhood” in Arzi, Kahana a& Fekhler (eds.) “Life as Midrash – Studies in Jewish Psychology”. Yedi’ot Aharonot, Judaism Here and Now series, 2004.
25. “From Tel-Aviv to the Temple – the Restoration of Israel in the Book of Ezekiel”, in Benyamin Lau (ed) “Am Levadad” (A Nation Apart), Yediot Aharonot, Judaism Here and Now series 2006 (Translation of Hebrew article available).
26. "Buckminster Fuller – Future Designer", short article in S. Kumar & F. Whitefield (eds.): Visionaries of the 20th century. UK Green Books, 2006; USA Chelsea Green, 2007.
27. "The Truth about Judas – Mysteries of the Judas Code Revealed". 256 page book. Waterside Publications, CA, June 2007. Introduction by Rev. Dr. Kirby; Epilogue.
Translations of my short articles published in the Hebrew monthly Journal Hayim Aherim (Alternative Living), including: 1. The Jubilee – a new vision for Israel; 2. The New Israel Tribes System; 3. The Poor Knights of the Temple of Solomon – the mystery of the Templars; 4. The Holy Grail Games – a recurring ancient myth; 5. Atlantis – the unfinished story; 6. The Whole City as Temple – new discoveries in the Old City. 7. Four Temples and One Belief – what was the religion of King Solomon? (With Ohad Ezrahi); 8. Three religions and one Dome - the Mysteries of the Dome of the Rock.
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