Based on the established research and practical experience of the founding members of Kororoit Institute Proponents and Supporters, Inc., even though the Institute does not yet exist, it is fair to say that it will encompass at least the following list of disciplines:


  • Evolutionary epistemology
  • Ontology
  • Taxonomy and systematics
  • Evolutionary biology
  • Natural history
  • Genetics
  • Emergence
  • Complex and living systems
  • Immunology
  • Heirarchy theory
  • Knowledge management
  • Personal computing
  • Supercomputing
  • Human factors and safety engineering
  • Organization theory
  • Cellular automata and artificial life
  • Community action and development
  • Environmental resource management and planning
  • Computer science and software engineering
  • Enterprise architecture
  • Information science
  • Structured authoring systems
  • Internet and portal system (intranet) technologies
  • Interoperability
  • Social networking systems
  • Risk management
  • Engineering cost and schedule control
  • Cloud computing
  • Geospatial systems
  • Art conservation and curation
  • Archiving and records management
  • Teaching and learning
  • Journalism
  • Business process improvement
  • Sports administration
  • Transport policy development and engineering
  • Systems engineering
  • Support engineering
  • Local historiography
  • Printing and publishing
  • Agricultural engineering


The scope of our founders' research ranges from the development of revolutionary theories seeking to unify several areas of knowledge (e.g., the unification of evolutionary epistemology, autopoiesis, heredity, organization theory, information theory and non-equilibrium thermodynamics that underlies Hall's approach to organizaitonal knowledge management), to intensely practical projects to build systems enabling individuals and community action groups to participate in local and regional planning and infrstructure management. The scope of such research benefits immensely from the synergy of interdisciplinarity and open collaboration.


This mix of disciplines and theoretical and practical frameworks provides ample opportunities for the synergistic development of novel solutions to intractable problems humanity faces. Because we have access to this scope of research knowledge within our organization, we may be able to provide other organizations or institutions with knowledge-based professional services able to scope out and advise on problems that may have been intractable to other service providers.