Timetable

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25 Jul, 2018

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitle
11:00Room 21G07STS for critical public health studiesemail
13:00Room 01A06Meeting (in) dataemail
13:00Room 04A16Infrastructures of the Anthropoceneemail
13:00Room 02A20Chemical entanglements: exploring ontologies at the atomic levelemail
13:00Room 05A23The politics of negative emissionsemail
13:00Room 03A24Disasters and participation: inventive/disruptive encountersemail
13:00Room 06A26More-than-human mobilitiesemail
13:00Room 19B05Crafting attachments, making worldsemail
13:00Room 18B09Feminist figures: crafting intersections in theory and practiceemail
13:00Room 15C04Productive frictions: co-laboration and confluence in the work of new alliancesemail
13:00Room 13C11Scientific meetings across disciplinary boundariesemail
13:00Room 12C17Moving together: problematizing the makings of togethernessemail
13:00Room 17C19Mainstreaming zero carbon buildings in Europe?email
13:00Room 14C23STS meet ICT: politics and the collaborative turn in STSemail
13:00Room 16C25Global health collaborations and alignmentsemail
13:00Room 07E08Topologies of race: bringing a touchy object in STSemail
13:00Room 08E10Geographies of knowledge production and legacy of postsocialist technoscienceemail
13:00Room 11F05Promissory encounters? Exploring innovations at the intersection of reproduction and genetics from a feminist STS perspectiveemail
13:00Room 20G04Beyond market attachment: differentiating and explicating the role of 'policy devices' in organising economic mattersemail
13:00Room 09V01Varia I: Bioidentity/Biobanks/Bioeconomiesemail
13:00Room 10V02Varia II: Epistemic contexts: knowledge, expertise and practiceemail
15:00Room 20D04Outlaw innovation and the invention of the outlawemail
15:00Room 10F01Machine learning, social learningemail
15:00Room 09V03Varia III: Experts/publics knowledge negotiationsemail

26 Jul, 2018

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitle
09:00Room 02A04Involving compoundsemail
09:00Room 04A07Techno-scientific expertise and geographical imaginaries in the making of new resource frontiersemail
09:00Room 03A11Encountering energy in systems and everyday spacesemail
09:00Room 05A17Making Outer Spaceemail
09:00Room 01A22Farming data - collaborations on siteemail
09:00Room 19B07Situating designsemail
09:00Room 14C03Empirical bioethics in STS. Making science, technology and society in research and deliberative spacesemail
09:00Room 13C12Colliding theories, cultures, and futures. STS view(s) beyond the horizon. Or: STS diasporaemail
09:00Room 17C13Assembling the smart city: exploring the contours of social differenceemail
09:00Room 15C14Smugglers, idiots and loyal cheats: situated intervention as method out of controlemail
09:00Room 16C20Software & organisationemail
09:00Room 20D02Challenging formal arrangements and decision-making in the energy sectoremail
09:00Room 07E09Experiments in democracyemail
09:00Room 09F02Health professionals' adaptation to societal and economic uncertainties, intensifying demands and growing challenges to healthcare provisionemail
09:00Room 10F04STS and normativity-in-the-making: good science and caring practicesemail
09:00Room 08F06Making science and diplomacy: historical and contemporary entanglementsemail
09:00Room 12F07Methodography of data practices in STS's ethnographic collaboration and participant observationemail
09:00Room 11F11Technopolitics of integration. Charting imaginaries of innovation in the European Unionemail
09:00Room 21G03Technologies that count: big data and social orderemail
09:00Room 06V04Varia IV: Futuresemail
11:00Room 06A08What do we still not know about the IPCC?email
11:00Room 04A30Meeting alternative energetic materialitiesemail
11:00Room 18B01Joining together cells and tissues: novel in vitro technologies in contextemail
11:00Room 08E05Assembly, silence and dissent in the design and use of gerontechnologiesemail
12:30KitchenAW01Encounter, create and eat the world: a meal (Workshop)email
14:00Room 01A19Sensing security. Sensors and the making of transnational security infrastructuresemail
14:00Room 04AW02Infrastructuring in STS: what does infrastructuring look like? When does it look like that? (Workshop)email
14:00Room 14C02A panel on panels: studying academic conference practiceemail
14:00Room 17CW01Recommended reading: opening up STS syllabi (Workshop)email

27 Jul, 2018

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitle
09:00Room 06A01Biosocial forms of living: imbricating technologies, social and medical knowledgeemail
09:00Room 01A05Meetings of local knowledges: conflicts, complements, and reconfigurationsemail
09:00Room 04A09Encounters with and for circular economy initiativesemail
09:00Room 03A12Meet our chemicals: ubiquitous presence, selective viewsemail
09:00Room 02A15Intimate entanglements in science and technologyemail
09:00Room 05A27The power of correlation and the promises of auto-management. On the epistemological and societal dimension of data-based algorithmsemail
09:00Room 19B06Collaboration in/with "open labs": studying the objects of boundary-making and crossingemail
09:00Room 18B11Descriptive meetings: description as site, ground and point of politicsemail
09:00Room 15C16Data worlds? Public imagination and public experimentation with data infrastructuresemail
09:00Room 16C22Citizen science: active citizenship vs. data commodificationemail
09:00Room 13C26Precision medicine at the crossroads: meeting the micro and macro, the molecular and social in new medical strategiesemail
09:00Room 12C27Recombining life: sociotechnical intersections in the making of genome editingemail
09:00Room 14C28Meetings over and around foodemail
09:00Room 17CW02The museum of random memory: a meeting of research, activism, and critical pedagogy (Workshop)email
09:00Room 20D01Politicizing futures. When conflicting visions meetemail
09:00Room 08E04Meeting the visualemail
09:00Room 07E06The room where it happens: inclusion, exclusion and power in STS research and practiceemail
09:00Room 09F03Scientists - agents under constructionemail
09:00Room 10F09Democracies of controlled experimentation? The emerging landscape of social laboratoriesemail
09:00Room 11F10The public imagination of the futureemail
09:00Room 21G05Seeing with data and devicesemail
11:00Room 17CW03Assessing the confluence of digital and physical meetings: a toolbox for digital media research (Workshop)email
14:00Room 03A14In other words: caring for wateremail
14:00Room 12C09Bio-objectification: meetings and new thresholds across the bio-socialemail
14:00Room 08E02The European Other as site of institutional experiment. Articulating friction in infrastructures for processing alterityemail
14:00Room 21G01Scrutinizing (bio-)technological truth assessmentsemail
14:00Room 17W01Teaching STS in an age of post-truth. Sharing challenges, approaches and experiences (Workshop)email
16:30Room 04A10Commoning the smart cityemail
16:30Room 05A21Outward and inward encounters: STS meets Outer Spaceemail
16:30Room 06A28Socio-technical encounters in the city: urban spaces, data infrastructures and new modes of civic engagementemail
16:30Room 18B03Open design & manufacturing in the platform economyemail
16:30Room 19BW01A pop-up inventory of STS researchers’ roles and interventions (Workshop)email
16:30Room 13C01Genetic technologies: intersecting criminal investigation, disaster victim identification and commercial usesemail
16:30Room 16C15When responsible innovation meets economic crisis: considering the possibilities of 'responsible stagnation'email
16:30Room 11C21Co-creation of legitimacy, legitimacy of co-creation - double remedy or double crisis?email
16:30Room 07E03Software sorted subjectivitiesemail
16:30Room 10V05Varia V: innovation systemsemail

28 Jul, 2018

Start TimeRoomReferenceTitle
09:30Room 05A02Predictive policing and the socio-technical government of riskemail
09:30Room 03A03The social life of smart homesemail
09:30Room 04A13Of other landscapesemail
09:30Room 01A18Uncertain futures: green alternatives and STS interventionsemail
09:30Room 06A25Trouble swallowing? Food, technoscience and publicsemail
09:30Room 02A29Toxicity in the 21st centuryemail
09:30Room 18B08From A to B: orders and disorders of routing and navigationemail
09:30Room 11C05Science, innovation and inequality: part of the solution or the problem?email
09:30Room 13C07Intersections and meetings between practice theory and STSemail
09:30Room 14C10Technology, infrastructure, and the smartification of citiesemail
09:30Room 16C18Open questions in STS and geoengineeringemail
09:30Room 15C24Caring, negotiating and tinkering for IT in/securityemail
09:30Room 12CW04The European Research Council: funding science by and through scientists (Workshop)email
09:30Room 20D03Contested gates -- epistemic and social implications of opening knowledge production and science communicationemail
09:30Room 07E01Publics shaped and enacted by surveillance and border biotechnologies: encountering "phantom publics", "non-publics" and "counter publics"email
09:30Room 08E07After data activism: reactions to civil society's engagement with dataemail
09:30Room 09F08Medicine meets the sexed body: discovering, diagnosing, producing and shapingemail
09:30Room 21G02From detachment to appropriation: performing commodificationemail
09:30Room 19G06Integrity: personal virtue, remedy for fraud, object of governance?email
09:30Room 10V06Varia VI: Innovation, infrastructure and processemail
09:30Room 17W02The ethnographic case [Closed roundtable]email
11:30Room 17BW02(Better) Visualisations for keeping things together & apart (Workshop)email
11:30Room 14C06"Most workshops are dysfunctional. This one wasn't". Interpreting, enacting, changing organized multi-person collaborative processesemail
11:30Room 12CW05Technical difficulties: visualising knowledge and the transformation of academic conference presentations (Workshop)email
11:30Room 10V07Varia VII: Invisible infrastructures and governanceemail
11:30Room 07V08Varia VIII: Knowledge, power-relations and changeemail