Confirmed keynote speakers already include Ashley Shew (Virginia Tech, USA), Caroline Hummels (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands) and Robert Rosenberger (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Christopher Preston (University of Montana, USA). 

The preliminary programme is still subject to change. Please consult the website regularly since it will be updated leading up to the conference.

KEY NOTE SPEAKERS

Ashley Shew (Virginia Tech, USA)

Ashley Shew, Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Virginia Tech, works on philosophy of technology at its intersection with animal studies, disability studies, and emerging technologies. She is current co-editor-in-chief of Techné, the journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, author of Animal Constructions and Technological Knowledge (2017), and co-editor of three volumes: Spaces for the Future (with Joseph C. Pitt, 2017), Reimagining Philosophy and Technology, Reinventing Ihde (with Glen Miller, 2020), and Feedback Loops: Pragmatism About Science and Technology (with Andrew Garnar, forthcoming). Her current research prioritizes narratives her fellow disabled people tell about their minds and bodies in how we should think about the future of technology. 

Caroline Hummels (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)

Caroline Hummels is professor Design and Theory for Transformative Qualities at the department of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her activities concentrate on designing and researching transformative practices with a focus on being-in-the-world theories, embodied interactions, technology-in-becoming, participatory sensemaking, aesthetics, and social resilience. Her recent quest aims at developing with her team a design-philosophy correspondence, in which not only postphenomenology informs design practice, but also design practice is used to philosophise and to explore, analyse, inform and build postphenomenological concepts (i.e., design-informed postphenomenology). 

Caroline is founder and member of the steering committee of the Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI) Conference, editorial board member of the International Journal of Design, and member of the Dutch Design Week sounding board. Moreover, she has given a large number of keynote speeches, invited lectures and workshops at conferences, international universities and for industry and governmental institutes worldwide.

Robert Rosenberger (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

Robert Rosenberger’s research centers on the development of the postphenomenological framework of concepts. He advances these ideas through the exploration of case studies on a variety of topics including: the driving impairment of smartphones; the practices of image interpretation in space science and neurobiology; the immersion of e-reading; the social implications of phantom vibration syndrome; the educational potential of computer-simulated frog dissection; the utopianism hype around autonomous cars; and the politics of public-space artifacts, such as park benches, surveillance cameras, and fire hydrants. Rosenberger’s polemic against anti-homeless design is entitled Callous Objects: Designs Against the Homeless. His edited volumes include Postphenomenological Investigations (co-edited with Peter-Paul Verbeek), Philosophy of Science: 5 Questions, and the forthcoming Postphenomenology and Imaging: How to Read Technology (co-edited with Samantha Jo Fried).  He is an Associate Professor of Philosophy in the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology. More information on his personal website.

Christopher Preston (University of Montana, USA)

Christopher J. Preston is professor of philosophy at the University of Montana in Missoula.  Raised in the UK and living in the western U.S., his writing examines the relationships between humans, nature, wildlife, technology, and society. His award-winning book The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reeningeering Our World (MIT Press 2018) is translated into four languages. His other work includes Saving Creation: Nature and Faith in the Life of Holmes Rolston, III (Trinity University Press 2009), and Grounding Knowledge: Environmental Philosophy, Epistemology, and Place (University of Georgia Press 2003). He has edited two books on the ethics of climate engineering. Many of his interests appear in his blog on website The Plastocene.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, preliminary program


16:00 - 16:15

Opening conference by Peter-Paul Verbeek

16:15 - 17:15

Plenary session: keynote lecture by Robert Rosenberger

17:15 - 17:30

Preview of the conference: what to expect coming days by Peter-Paul Verbeek

17:30

Networking and socialising opportunity

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

11:30 - 12:15

Networking and socializing opportunity

12:15 - 12:30

Break

12:30 - 14:00

Parallel sessions 1

  1. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Human-Technology Interactions (PANEL)
    Kiyotaka Naoe, Tetsuya Kono, Takao Koga, Toshihiro Suzuki

  2. Technology and Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Approach (PANEL)
    Hidekazu Kanemitsu, Miki Namba, Shigeru Wesugi, Nicola Liberati

  3. New Media and Postphenomenology
    Begum Moralioglu -  The Silent Language of The New Media
    F. Betül Gürtekin - Camera Operating Narrations: Understanding the Embodiment Moments
    Mahdi Khalili, Saeedeh Babaii - Care Crisis, Technology and Online Forums: The Case of Ninisite

  4. Technology and Life
    Jonathan de Haan - Relational ontologies, Biosemiotics and Autopoetic Enactivism
    Bruno Gransche - Life grasps life – Mind the gap
    Jelle Bruineberg - Mutual prediction: embodied active inference within active environments
    Jacqueline Bellon - The Associated Milieu as a Means towards Autonomy in Gilbert Simondon’s Philosophy of Technology and Individuation Theory

  5. Robots, AI
    Budi Hartanto - Pragmatic Social Robotics
    YU Sue - New Relations between Human and Machines: From Interaction to Fusion
    Dmytro Mykhailov - AI systems in Contemporary Medical Diagnosis: Ethical Mediation and Hybrid Hermeneutics
    Kaira Sekiguchi, Koichi Hori - Networking AI Systems to Promote Ethical Design Practice

  6. Philosophy and Technology
    Edward H. Spence - Stoic Ethics and Technology
    Yanping Gao - Philosophies of Technology in Post-Mao Era (1978-1995)

  7. Critical Design
    Oshri Bar-Gil - Untangling the privacy paradox
    Lantz Fleming Miller - Automata Rights: A Stakeholder Account
    Lyat Friedman - Technologies and Practices of Criticism
    Furkan Yazıcı - Subject, Youtube and Neoliberalism

  8. Design & Power    
    Maurits W. Ertsen - Remains of privileged spaces. Landscapes of power in Delfland, the Netherlands
    Ilaria Santoemma - Posthuman Design - Decolonising the One-Sided Human-Technology Relation
    Mike Grijseels, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Barbara Regeer - Scripting Inclusive Technologies
    Balslev, Jesper & Halstrøm, Per - Cybersecurity and workplace culture

  9. We Value change (PANEL)
    Philip Nickel, Olya Kudina and Ibo van de Poel; Anna Melnyk; Michael Klenk; Steffen Steinert

  10.  Technology and the City I (PANEL)
    EL Putnam, Kevin Mintz, Taylor Stone, Ryan Mitchell Wittingslow, Pieter Vermaas (Chair), Michael Nagenborg (Co-organiser)

  11. Postphenomenology and Architecture (PANEL)
    Lars Botin, Inger Louise Berling Hyams

14:00 - 14:15

Break

14:15 - 15:45

Parallel sessions 2

12.          Robotics
Shuhong Li - Professional autonomy in Human-Robot-System Interaction (HRSI): an Exploration of the Ethical Impacts of Care Robots on the Autonomy of Caregivers
Kamil Mamak - Should we ban Violence against Robots?
Piercosma Bisconti - Dysfunctional Relations with Sexual Robots: Issues and Strategies
 
13.          Embodiment and Media
F. Betül Gürtekin - Camera Operating Narrations: Understanding the Embodiment Moments
Jacob Kingsbury Downs - On the Edge: Materialities of Headphone Listening
Marilena Pateraki - Under the Skin Technologies and Multistable Forms of Experience
Isaac Monté, Lija Groenewoud-van Vliet - Prosthetic X: A New Human-Machine Interface for Healthy and Beautiful Aging
 
14.          Ontology and the Digital
Susanna Lindberg - Transcendental Illusions of the Digital World
Peeter Müürsepp - Monotechnics and Polytechnics in the Digital Context
Korsten & De Jong - Tele-Proxy
 
15.          AI and the Human
Carlo Mervich, Mieke Boon, Andreas Weber - The Human Infrastructure of Artificial Intelligence
Christoph Durt - AI’s Intrinsic Relation to Humans
Dina Babushkina - Human Mistakes and Algorithmic Errors
Ida Rust - ASI-God and the Human Being
 
16.          Climate & Geo
Erik Laes, Gunter Bombaerts - A Foucauldian Critique of Geological Disposal of Nuclear Waste
Pieter Lemmens - From Geocide to Geocare. De-Naturalizing and Re-Noeticizing the Technosphere
Andrew P. Keltner - Attitudes and Beliefs in the Technological Age
Bas de Boer, Jochem Zwier - New Metaphysics? The Earth System as Object and the Anthropocene as Event
 
17.          Technology & Politics
Jeffrey White - Saving the World from Itself: On the Potential to Mediate Cooperative Social Transformations in an Era of Ubiquitous Revolt
Marianna Capasso - Human agents as proxies controllers: Freedom as non-domination in socio-technical systems
Bettina Graupe - Anticipatory Governance at work: Inquiry into discursive struggles about developing and governing synthetic cells
Mandi Astola - Co-creating technologies: A Dangerous Trend
 
18.          New Directions in Postphenomenology
Rudi van Etteger - The constructiverse
Jan Peter Bergen - Technology, Alterity and Agency: Following Dance Metaphors to Where They Lead
Pak-Hang Wong - Beautifying Technological Mediation
Gijs de Boer - Posthumanist Design: How Technologies Metamediate Self-styling             
 
19.          Modeling user experience OR how to put awareness into Gestell (Heidegger). Practicing sociotechnical semistructural Design Thinking and Modeling (WORKSHOP)
Maximilian Halstrup


20.          Exploring the Possibility and Ethics of AI Paternalism in Health Apps (PANEL)
Michael Kühler, Lena Busch, Katja Stoppenbrink, Cristina Zaga
 
21.          Technology and the City II (PANEL)
Michael Nagenborg, Sanna Lehtinen, Taylor Stone
 
22.          How can we integrate ethical deliberation in the design of Artificial Intelligence? (WORKSHOP)
Marc Steen, Rudy van Belkom




15:45 - 16:00

Break

16:00 - 17:00

Plenary session: keynote lecture by Christopher Preston

17:00 - 17:15

Break

17:15 - 18:45

Parallel sessions 3

23.          Subjectivity and the Digital
Paulan Korenhof - Once Upon a Time, "About 1.450 Results (0,26 Seconds)"
Elena Falco - Wikipedia and the situated subject
Paolo Casani - Digital Technologies
Stefania Matei - Commemoration as a Technique of the Self: Subject Constitution through Collaborative Biographical Writing
 
24.          Design and Ethics
Hesam Mohamadi - What do sex robots teach?
Ron Wakkary, Doenja Oogjes, Armaghan Behzad Behbahani - Two Years or More of Co-Speculation with the Tilting Bowl
Laura Niño Caceres, Santiago de Francisco Vela, Ivan Villamizar Castellanos - From e-Health to e-Care: shifting paradigms with combined post-phenomenological and design approaches
Santiago de Francisco Vela - "Affective technologies. Application of emotional paradoxes to technological artifacts."
 
25.          Case Studies
Ajmal Mubarik - Auto Incomplete: Emancipatory technology and the minority body
Minha Lee, Lily Frank, Wijnand IJsselsteijn - Whose emotions are second-order artificial emotions? Intimate feelings fostered with and by technology
Marc Steen, Tjerk Timan, Jurriaan van Diggelen, Nanda van der Stap - A case study of ‘Human-Centric’ Artificial Intelligence: Using different normative ethical perspectives to discuss Man-Machine Teaming and Meaningful Human Control
 
26.          COVID-19
David Doat, Yves Poullet - Anthropological and Ethical Issues of Digital Tracing in the Era of Pandemics: Towards a New Imaginary Institution of Society?
Janna van Grunsven - World-Loss in Times of a Pandemic: Introducing Phenomenological Insights for Digital Mental Health Purposes
Ellemijke Donner, Ben Kokkeler - The use of applications in times of disasters: what can we learn from earlier experiences and the development of the Covid-19 applications
Mike Martin - Changing relations in the making: Human face masks
 
27.          Responsible Research and Innovation
Cristina Zaga, Nazli Cila, Maria Luce Lupetti - Towards responsible design of AI things: the Role of Agency as a Relational Quality in Human-Agent Interactions
Lucien von Schomberg, Vincent Blok - Towards a Political Concept of Innovation: A Response to the Call of Strong RI
Zachary J. Goldberg - On the Ethical Foundations of EC Ethics Requirements
John A. Machielsen - Responsible Imagineering: John Dewey’s Pluralistic Ethics and Technological Innovation
 
28.          Aesthetics
Pauline van Dongen, Kristina Andersen - Making, wearing, and thinking through uncut cloth: Material-aesthetics sensitivity as design strategy
Albrecht Fritzsche - Don’t ask what technology does to theatre: ask what theatre does to technology!
Irene Urrutia - Growing With: Rethinking Cyborgs and Materials With Art in the Biotechnological Era
 
29.          Critical Perspectives on Postphenomenology
John Preston - Machine Agency & Moral Agency: An Analytical Critique of a Postphenomenological Approach
Mariska Thalitha Bosschaert, Vincent Blok - The Empirical in the Empirical Turn
Agostino Cera - From Empirical Turn to Ontophobic Turn. A Critical Historization in the Recent Philosophy of Technology
Dominic Smith - Common Resilience: Philosophy of Technology as Future-Oriented Philosophy of Education
 
30.          Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city (WORKSHOP)
Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, Julieta Matos Castaño, Anouk Geenen
 
31.          Making a ‘practical turn’ in the philosophy of technology (PANEL)

Wouter Eggink, Steven Dorrestijn, Marijke Timmermans, Hans Voordijk, Merlijn Smits, Jelle van Dijk
 
32.          Designing Frictions for Active Technological Environments (WORKSHOP)
Samantha Valenzuela, Margoth González Woge
 
33.          Law-Computer Interaction (PANEL)
Laurence Diver, Gianmarco Gori, Carlotta Rigotti
 


18:45

Networking and socializing opportunity

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

11:30 - 12:15

Networking and socializing opportunity

12:15 - 12:30

Break

12:30 - 14:00

Parallel sessions 4

34.          Artificial Intelligence as a Tool (PANEL)
Takayuki Suzuki, Takashi Shibata, Shiigeru Wesug,Koji Tachibana
 
35.          Mediation Theory in Practice

Saeedeh Babaii - Mediation of Technology in Medical Care Practice
Dr. Galit Wellner - Face Recognition, Multistability, and Morality
Rasleen Kour - Jugaad: Integrating Design Context and Use Context through Mediation Theory
Oshri Bar-Gil - Clipping us together - postphenomenological analysis of google clips camera
 
36.          Methodology
Jan Willem Hoftijzer - Design for DIY: The Designer’s Responsibility to Establish a Better Relationship Between People and the Things They Use
Tilo Mentler - Reframing Human-Centered Design - Keeping Individuals and Societies at Large in the Loop
Yota Passia, Panagiotis Roupas - Post-Cybernetic Logistics of Design Ecologies: From Fixed Things to Continua in Continuous Variation
Diana Löffler, Leonie Becker, Marc Hassenzahl - Developing a Questionnaire to Assess Experienced Human-Computer Relations
 
37.          Politics and Ethics
Maurizio Balistreri - Can artificial intelligences be moral? A sentimentalist virtue ethics approach
Fabio Tollon - Do Others Mind? Moral Agents Without Mental States
Erik Persson - AI and the responsibility of the individual
Stephen Cave, Kanta Dihal - The Whiteness of AI
 
38.          Digitalization, Communication, and Robotics
Masayoshi Shibata, Nicola Liberati, Takashi Hashimoto, Shoji Nagataki
 
39.          E-Health and Medicine
Mahdi Khalili, Saeedeh Babaii - Care Crisis, Technology and Online Forums: The Case of Ninisite
Dmytro Mykhailov - AI systems in contemporary medical diagnosis: ethical mediation and hybrid hermeneutics
Karine Wendrich, Lotte Krabbenborg - Human-technology relations in the context of a smartphone application for digital self-monitoring of Multiple Sclerosis
Jonne Hoek - Tactics of technology appropriation in the fertility clinic: balancing sacred with profane
 
40.          Alterity Relations
Eveline van Zeeland, Jörg Henseler, Bart Wernaart - The 'trust-bot': designing the conversational style of a chatbot in a medical context
Robin Neuhaus, Matthias Laschke, Ronda Ringfort, Marc Hassenzahl - Exploring New Alterity Relations - Unique Qualities of Social Interactions with Machines
Inger Berling Hyams - Rigorous Design Practices, Alterity and Multistability
 
41.          Technology and Anthropology
Lyat Friedman - Technologies and Practices of Criticism
Marco Pavanini - Anthropogenesis as a technical process
Andrej Radman - Machinic Phylum and Architecture: Conditioning of the present by the future
Enrico Postiglione - The Problem of Technology - An Aristotelian Approach
 
42.          Citizen ethics through design: Perspectives on “citizen ethics” in the development of healthcare technologies
Cristina Zaga, Karin Vanderdriesche, Julia Hermann, Sabine Wildevuur
 
43.          Data Ethics: Reloaded (PANEL)
Esther Keymolen, Linnet Taylor, Gijs van Maanen
 
44.          Ethics education for engineering students. Build your own teaching materials (WORKSHOP)
Lavinia Marin, Tijn Borghuis

14:00 - 14:45

Networking and socializing event

15:45 - 16:00

Break

16:00 - 17:00

Plenary session: keynote by Caroline Hummels

17:00 - 17:15

Break

17:15 - 18:45

Parallel sessions 5

45.          Ethics and AI
Jasper Schellekens - When Technology Decides: A Normative Approach to Assigning Responsibility in Machines that Learn
Kaira Sekiguchi - Networking AI systems to promote ethical design practice
Erik Persson, Maria Hedlund - AI and the responsibility of the individual
Mieke Boon - Ethics and epistemology in risk profiling by means of AI and machine-learning technology
 
46.          Design, Art, and Ethics
Lisa Nelson - Does Censorship Make us More Moral
Desiree Foerster - Experimental environments and the aesthetic experience of metabolic processes
Christopher Black - Recommender Systems as a Mode of Technological Maieutics
Suhaib Aslam - “I Keep Coming Back to My Phone”: An Ambient, Reflective and Tangible Approach Towards Digital Wellbeing
 
47.          Anticipating Mediations through Design Fiction (WORKSHOP)
Armaghan Behzad Behbahani, Jordan Eshpeter, Linas Gabrielaitis, Ron Wakkary
 
48.          Antropoly-ish
Ronald Durán-Allimant - The Memory of Things: Technology and “Production Somnambulism”
Alexander Castleton Flores - Inuit’s Commercialization of Country Foods through Facebook: a Postphenomenological and Heideggerian Approach
Levi Checketts - Indigence and Intelligent Engines: Toward a Phenomenology of First-World Poverty in the Context of Artificial Intelligence
Hossein Kaji - Ihde’s Encounter with “Technological Determinism” in Technology and the Lifeworld
 
49.          The Domestic Posthuman (PANEL)
Dennis Weiss, Colbey Reid, Laura Forlano


50.          Science and…
Kirk Besmer - Affordances and Postphenomenology
Daniel O'Shiel - Subreal and Superreal: Scientific Modelling and the Rise of a Communal Digital Imagination
Stanley C. Kranc - Reading the Record: Putting Time Back Into the Picture
Robert Scharff - Our “World”: A Matter for Post-Husserlian Reflection
 
51.          Climate, Technology, Politics
Patricia Reyes - Rethinking the technological mediation of climate action through post-anthropocentric politics
Jan-Philipp Reineke - Engineering Mastery Climate Change and Technology in More-Than-Human Worlds
Gerola Alessio - Geoengineering Watsuji’s climate- Expanding the scope of climate engineering ethics
Selen Eren - Enacting a Non-Positivist Credibility in New Ecology
 
52.          E-Health and Medicine II
Laura Corti - From Dexterity to Experience: a Cross-disciplinary Approach to Neuroprosthesis
Laura Niño Caceres - Increasing adoption and wellbeing of clinicians by designing Electronic Medical Records with human-technology mediation lenses
Carla Greubel, Susan van Hees, Alexander Peine - Attending to value dynamism in a large-scale implementation pilot for health and ageing innovations
Niels Nijsingh - The ethics of automated dynamic default settings in mobile health
 
53.          Behavior Change Technologies and the Everyday Life (WORKSHOP)
Roelof de Vries, Rúben Gouveia, Bas de Boer
 
54.          Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and society (PANEL)
Simone Casiraghi, Niels Van Dijk, Raphaël Gellert, Katerina Sideri
 
55.          Apt Install Ethics: Workshop on the Challenges of Ethics in IT Configuration (WORKSHOP)
Ludo Gorzeman, Paulan Korenhof


18:45

Networking and socializing opportunity

Saturday, November 7, PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

11:30 - 12:15

Networking and socializing opportunity

12:15 - 12:30

Break

12:30 - 14:00

Parallel sessions 6

56.          Robots (II)
Anco Peeters - Virtues, Robots, and the Enactive Self
Jelle van Dijk, Abeba Birhane, Frank Pasquale - Debunking Robot Rights: Metaphysically, Ethically, Legally
Tobias Störzinger - Robots as “Active Co-Creators” of the Social World? Ethical Challenges for Emotionalized Social Robot Companions
 
57.          Data Politics
Ivan Veul - Following the Issues: A Political Perspective on Google's Data Practices
Marjolein Krijgsman, Alex Smit - The Construction of Social Realities Through Open Government Data: Making visible the contextual underpinnings of open data published by Statistics Netherlands (CBS)
Gerwin van Schie - Technologically Mediated Racialization: Integrating an Instrumental, Epistemological and Ontological Approach
Sabine Thuermel - Experimenting with the “Not Yet”
 
58.          Anticipatory/Future Studies
Clarissa Schmitt - Co-creative Exploration of Fictional Futures to Enable the Anticipation of Soft Impacts of Technologies in Becoming
Nina Bozic Yams, Markus F. Peschl, & Kamnikar Gregor - Sensing Future Potentialities in Human-Technology Relations    
Anouk Geenen, Julieta Matos Castaño, &  Mascha van der Voort - How to anticipate the mediation of values with stakeholders: a designerly approach to techno-moral scenarios
Joyce Nabuurs, Anouk Heltzel, Willemine Willems, & Frank Kupper - The Potential of Speculative Design in Public Engagement with Emerging Science and Technology
 
59.          City & Architecture
Tea Lobo - Mediating Wilderness: The City’s Self-Demarcation from and Participation in Nature
Stavros Kousoulas - Make and, by Making, Make Yourself:Norms, Values and Architectural Technicities
Hidde Kamst - The Cooperative City: a Participatory Framework for Using Technology in the City and Beyond
Julieta Matos Castaño, Anouk Geenen, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, & Mascha van der Voort - From controversy-paralysis to controversy-fueled collaboration: supporting the collective sensemaking of human-city-technology interaction with futures-oriented methods
 
60.          Postphenomenology: Case-Studies
Marga Viljoen - Skilful building: a postphenomenological study on construction sites in Johannesburg
Anders Michelsen, Inger Berling Hyams - Multistability, Diagram and Emergent Design: The Entanglement of Technology and Creativity
Oshri Bar-Gil - Clipping us together - Postphenomenological Analysis of Google Clips Camera
Nenad Pavel - Postphenomenological perspective on learning - A case study of learning through technological mediation
 
61.          Knowing with AI
Peter Stegmaier - The stupidity of artificial intelligence – on knowledge and certainty in artificial cognitive systems
Marita Isaksson - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE The implications of current technological developments for Harry Collins epistemological theory and his critique of the possibilities of a general AI. 
Andrea Berber, Nenad Filipovic, & Sanja Sreckovic - Explanations in AI: The Anthropocentric ‘Why?’ versus Fidelity
Lavinia Marin - To share or to stay silent? An ecological concept of online responsibility for social media
 
62.          Technology in Transition
Luca Collalti, Mads Stærk Christensen, Johan Irving Søltoft, Kristian Holst  - Tactics of Sustainable Design
Roel Veraart, Vincent Blok - Sustainable Transition: Bio- or Technology-based Economy?
Jo-An Kamp - Technology Impact Cycle Tool
Enrico Panai - The Assassin Pie: an ethical approach of simple data visualization elements
 
63.          The Necessity of Critique (PANEL)
Yoni van den Eede, Ryan Wittingslow, Federica Buongiorno, Hans Radder
 
64.          The phenomenological experience of data and its implications on the notion of autonomy in data protection regulation (PANEL)
René Mahieu, Ana Fernandez Inguanzo, Liisa Janssens
 
65.          Designing for the politics of artifacts? (PANEL)
Heather Wiltse, Pieter Vermaas, Matthew J. Dennis, Holly Robbins

14:00 - 14:15

Break

14:15 - 15:45

Parallel sessions 7 
 
66.          Digital Transformations
Dakota Root - The Disappearance of Roadmaps: digital transformations of knowledge and practices
Begum Moralioglu - The Silent Language of The New Media           
Ane Kathrine Bo Johansen, Tom Børsen, Patricia Arjona B. Monteiro, Ditte Maj Kaspersen, Lasse Schwartz Dahlberg, Niels Hasager & Jorge Cardeño Contreras - The digital customer meeting in the financial sector
Giacomo Figà Talamanca - Mindshaping jerks: the folk psychology of online hostility and trolling
 
67.          Postphenomenology: New Directions

Ole B. Jensen - Material Pragmatism – Mobilities design at the crossing of post-phenomenology and pragmatism
Olya Kudina, Peter-Paul Verbeek - The hermeneutic lemniscate as a technologically mediated account of interpretation
Richard S. Lewis - Situating the Emerging Human: Moving Beyond a Technocentric Perspective in Human-Technology Relations
Annie Kurz - Offline, unplugged, disconnected…a postphenomenological inquiry into absence-relations to technology
 
68.          Technology & The Body

Rebecca Louise Breuer - Body, mind and wearables. How technology alters the conception of the body
Jessica Lombard - Questioning the body: from philosophical dualism to sensible embodiment
Elizabeth C Nelson, Tibert Verhagen, Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten, & Matthijs L Noordzij - Empowered Embodiment Theory and its Influence on Adherence
Lars Nyre, Joakim Vindenes - Objects without perceptual horizons. A phenomenological analysis of how media perception differs from full-body perception
 
69.          Thinking and Designing the Future
Sofia Kaloterakis - The science-fictionality of the myth of progress: understanding the displacement of techno-scientific imagination.
Silvia Cazacu & Ben Schouten - Using design fiction to generate a discussion about the role of technology in supporting citizenship behavior
Mashya Boon - Close Encounters of the Cinematic Clone
Rodrigo Hernández-Ramírez - Mapping technological views in Human-Centered Design—A postphenomenological analysis 
 
70.          Work
Berend Thomas Alberts-de Gier - Building a Datafication Framework: A Case Study in Measuring Customer Experience in Facility Management, using Action Design Research
M.W. Vegter, V. Blok, & R. Wesselink - Disrupting Work; AI in Process Industry             
Jan Gogoll, Severin Kacianka, & Niina Zuber - Ethical Deliberation for Agile Processes
Kristin Neidinger, Kheit Truong, Hermie Hermens, & Vanessa Evers - Illuminated Biofeedback for the Flow State and Teamwork
 
71.          Knowing & Building

Mandy de Wilde, Fenna Smits - Knowing with algae: on caring for an experimental multispecies technology in an ecovillage
Marga Viljoen - Skilful building and dwelling: a postphenomenological study of building construction sites in Johannesburg, South Africa
Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, Nanna Verhoeff - Co-Creation in the “Lockdown City”: Re-Designing Creative Urban Methodologies through Hybrid Interfaces
 
72.          Sensory Augmentation technology - ethics, use and design (PANEL)
Lesley-Ann Daly, Imre Bard, Stephanie Gauttier, Michel Witter
 
73.          Conversational Futures (ConFu): Future-centered design as conversations with future humans, cyborgs and artificial agents (WORKSHOP)
Minha Lee, Alain Starke, Renee Noortman, Cristina Zaga, Gijs Huisman, Kristina Andersen, Lily Frank, Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Dirk Heylen
 
74.          The Necessity of Critique (II) (PANEL)
Jochem Zwier, Darryl Cressman, Taila Picchi, Lars Botin
 
75.          Thinking beyond privacy in the ethics of human-technology relations: The case of Covid-19 contact tracing apps (PANEL)
Tamar Sharon, Andrew S. Hoffman, Lotje Siffels, Marjolein Lanzing
 


15:45 - 16:00

Break

16:00 - 17:00

Plenary session: keynote lecture by Ashlew Shew

17:00 - 17:15

Break

17:15 - 18:45

Parallel sessions 8

76.          Sex and Desire
Alice Fox - #SendNudes: The Rise of E-Girls
Ciano Aydin - Technology and the structure of desire
Christl de Kloe - Battery Operated Better: mediating sexual pleasure and phallocentric normativity in relation to contemporary vibrators.
K.N. van der Stelt - The Construction of Gender Binary: An Technological Analysis Queering the Male/Female Dichotomy
 
77.          Ethics and Responsibility
Krzysztof Dolega - Better Stewards of Our Nature: Can AI Foster Morality?
Emma Ruttkamp-Bloem - Super Ethics or Just Human?
Ariel Guersenzvaig - Responsibility as self-enactment
Michał Wieczorek - Dewey, MacIntyre and Self-Tracking: A Case for Rethinking Virtue Ethics of Technology
  
78.          Design and the Digital
Daniel Vella, Stefano Gualeni - Meaning and Subjectivity in Virtual Worlds
Joakim Vindenes, Lars Nyre, Zulfikar Fahmy - Phenomenological Prototyping for Virtual Reality: Storyboarding as Imaginative Variations
Sebastian Nähr-Wagener - Socio-sensitive artificial assistants? About dimensions of social appropriateness in human-human-interaction and their potential transfer to human-technology-relations
Sabrina Hauser, Johan Redström, Heather Wiltse - Speculating on living with and designing artificial agents
 
79.          Theoretical Approaches to AI
Jack - Machinics: AI and the Philosophy of Technics in Simondon, Stiegler and Malabou
Alberto Romele - AnAEsthetics: Stock Images and the Technological Imaginaries of Artificial Intelligence
Robert Reimer - What is Anscombe’s Gardener Doing? Analyzing the Influence of machine-interaction on the structure of Human Actions
Jesse Josua Benjamin - Patterns and Process: Steps towards a Post-Phenomenological Hermeneutics of AI
 
80.          Design and Values
Ivo Maathuis, Pim Janssen, Masi Mohammadi - The new scholastic landscape: exploring a value sensitive design approach to create empathic school environments for children with ASDs
Martha Risnes - Discussing design ethics in an interdisciplinary team using mediation theory in a speculative design
Deger Ozkaramanli, Michael Nagenborg - Moral dilemmas and design methodologies
Cristina Zaga, Sabine Wildevuur, Mascha van der Voort, Peter-Paul Verbeek, Miriam Iliohan, Vanessa Evers - The moral turn in Design Thinking: Towards Responsible Design
 
81.          Human-Technology Relations
Anette Forss - The digital turn in nursing education amid the Covid-19 pandemic - a postphenomenological perspective
Marga Viljoen - Scale, scope and context in human-technology-world relations.
Santiago de Francisco Vela - Affective technologies. Application of emotional paradoxes to technological artifacts
 
82.          Gathering Posthuman Perspectives on the “Good Life” and the Energy to Sustain It (WORKSHOP)
Holly Robbins, Joep Frens, Lenneke Keijer, Ron Wakkary
 
83.          How much “human” remains in technology? Perspectives of Human-machine-interaction on usability and design (PANEL)
Kevin Liggieri, Olivier Del Fabbro, Suzana Alpsancar, Abigail Nieves Delgado
 
84.          Design Philosophy Correspondence (PANEL)
Pierre Lévy, Deva Waal, Sander van der Zwan, Maarten Smith
 
85.          Technology & Applied Hauntology (PANEL)
Patricia Reyes, Anna-Carolina Zuiderduin, Alice Fox, Jonathan de Haan
 


18:45 - 19:00

Plenary session: Closing words by Peter-Paul Verbeek

19:00

Networking and socializing opportunity