IGS Universiteit Twente
SNet Conference 2012

Program

Monday 22-10

Tuesday 23-10

Wednesday 24-10

Thursday 25-10

 

9.00–10.30 Panels** (Location: Ravelijn)

9.00–11.00 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

9.00–10.30 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

 

10.30–11.00 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

11.00–11.30 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

10.30–11.00 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

Pre-conference event

S.NET Nanolab tour, see website

11.00–12.00 Plenary (Location: Waaier 2)

Chris Groves - Horizons of care: from future imaginaries to responsible innovation

11.30–12.30 Plenary (Location: Waaier 2)

Koert van MensvoortNANO Supermarket

11.00-12.00 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

 

12.00–13.00 Lunch + Poster session + Public Engagement Exhibition

(Location: Ravelijn)

12.30–13.30 Lunch + Poster session + Public Engagement Exhibition (Location: Ravelijn)

12.15–13.15 Plenary (Location: Waaier 2)

Pierre- Benoît Joly -Governing Emerging Technologies – The need to think out of the black box

 

13.00–14.30 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

13.30–15.00 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

13.15 Take Away Lunch (Location: Waaier)

15.00 – 16.00 Registration (Location: Waaier)

14.30–15.00 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

15.00–15.30 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

 

16.00 – 16.15 Opening remarks (Location: Waaier 2)

15.00–16.30 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

15.30–17.00 Panels (Location: Ravelijn)

 

16.15 – 18.00 Plenary presentations and discussion (Location: Waaier 2)

Dave Blank, Christos Tokamanis, Pat Mooney - Emerging technologies – From Technology Push to Societal Pull

16.30-16.45 Coffee break (Location: Ravelijn)

17.00–17.15 Break (Location: Ravelijn)

 

18.00 –21.00 Opening reception (Location Waaier, foyer)

16.45–17.45 Plenary (Location: Waaier 2)

Antje Grobe - Towards responsible innovation: Stakeholder engagement and public dialogues on nanotechnologies

17.15 – 18.15 Plenary (Location: Waaier 2)

Michael Gorman & Daan Schuurbiers - Comprehensive Science and Technology Engagement

 

 

18.45 Busses from Ravelijn to Conference Diner

18.30- 19.30 S.NET business meeting

 

 

19.30–23.00 Conference Diner

Location: Het Lansink, Hengelo

 

 

Monday 22 October 2012

15.00 – 16.00

Registration and get together. Location: Waaier, entrance hall downstairs

16.00 – 16.15

Opening remarks. Location: Waaier 2

16.15 – 18.00

Plenary discussion CHRISTOS TOKAMANIS, DAVE BLANK, PAT MOONEY. Emerging technologies – From Technology Push to Societal Pull Location: Waaier 2

18.00 – 21.00

Opening reception. Location: Waaier, foyer

Tuesday 23 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

9.00–10.30

Parallel sessions

Location:

Ravelijn

S1A Strand 3

NEW APPROACHES TO GOVERNANCE AND TA

Chair: Cuijpers (tbc)

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S1B Strand 3

RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION AND GOVERNANCE APPROACHES

Chair: Bennett (tbc)

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S1C Strand 4

ASSESSING ANTICIPATORY PRACTICES

Chair: Rip

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S1D Strand 5

PUBLIC RISK PERCEPTIONS

Chair: Cormick

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S1E Strand 6

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Chair: Ferrari

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

 

 

Simakova & Coenen

Self-reflection in the post-positivist governance of newly emerging technosciences

Randles & Laredo

Researching Responsible Innovation and Responsible Governance:

Reflections on Social Inquiry and Method

Ciarli, Coad & Rafols

Opening up the Future: an Assesment of

Technology Futures Analysis

Collins

Public Responses to Nanotechnology: Risks to the Social Fabric?

Bos, Van Lente & Peine

Dynamics of articulation in nanotechnology:

comparing fixed and fluid funnels for ‘sustainability’

 

 

Fonseca

Brazilian Nanoscientists’ Conceptions about Anticipatory Governance Practices: evidences of unawareness and receptivity

Boenink

Anticipating the future by way of scenarios: hubris or responsible governance?

Claudia Schwarz

Firing and restricting imagination: Tackling the double-edged character of

analogies in debates about emerging technosciences

Neresini

Five years later. Transformations in the social representations on nanotechnology in Italy (2006 and 2011)

Wickson

Irresponsible & Unethical Science for Policy: The Environmental Governance of Agricultural Biotechnology

 

 

Van der Laan, Cuijpers & Boenink

New and emerging HTA-practices of early Alzheimer diagnostics

Walhout

Risk governance arenas – the case of nanosafety governance in The Netherlands

Rieder

Nano Futures in the Making: On the Modalities of Social-Scientific Scenario Building

Cormick

A Precautionary Tale

Smith

Exploring the function of ‘reflective tools’ in bioenergy: examining actors’ constructions of responsibility

 

10.30–11.00

Coffee break. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

11.00–12.00

Plenary lecture CHRIS GROVES Horizons of care: from future imaginaries to responsible innovation Location: Waaier 2

12.00–13.00

Lunch break + poster session + public engagement exhibition. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

Tuesday 23 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

13.00–14.30

Parallel sessions

Location:

Ravelijn

S2A Strand 1

R&D ENGAGEMENT AND COLLOABORATION

Chair: Dijkstra

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S2B Strand 4

PANEL

MOBILIZING UTOPIAS: TRACING THE HISTORICAL SOCIOLOGY OF ‘EMERGING TECHNOLOGY’

Chair: Konrad

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S2C Strand 3

RESPONSIBLE NANOTECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Walhout

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S2D Strand 4

SITUATED EXPECTATIONS (AND IMAGINARIES)

Chair: Stemerding

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S2E Strand 5

CONSUMERS RESPONSES & HIGH SCHOOL SETTINGS

Chair: Milburn

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

S2F Strand 6 ROUNDTABLE

GLOBAL HARMONIES AND THE WISDOM OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

Chair: Nordmann

Room: Ravelijn RA 4334

 

Nydal, Efstathiou & Laegreid

Widening the circles of collaboration - Integrating philosophy in systems biology

Eardley-Pryor

Planet Nano-topia: Nanotechnology and Nature in a Techno-Utopia

Bukht & Randles

Intervention of the State on Responsible Development of Nanotechnologies in Canada

Beumer

Expectations of nanotechnologies in India, South Africa and Kenya

Kitisriworaphan

Knowledge and attitude towards safety and ethics of nanotechnology

Nordmann, Wang et al

Can the deliberation of ethical and societal dimensions of nanotechnology work on a global scale, drawing together culturally diverse regions of the world? What role might prudential approaches and questions of feasibility play?

 

Mahootian

Innovation by disequilibrium

Friedman

To Infinity and Beyond: The In-Silico Limits of Self-Replicating Nano Assemblers

Foley, Wetmore, Bennett, Wiek & Guston

Applied Nanoethics: who is responsible for what?

Felt

Archeology of engagement: Citizens’ positioning work towards neo-technologies

Fermont, Groothuis-Oudshoorn & IJzerman

Measuring public preferences for colorectal cancer screening using new genome-­‐based nanotechnologies

 

Dijkman, Dijkstra, Van Woerkum & Terwoert

How to regulate and communicate nanomaterials’ health risks in the face of uncertainty?Results of a stakeholder dialogue with experts

Konrad

Commentary

Doridot

The different models of ethical governance of nanotechnology

Bitsch

Negotiating expectations in the encounter between genomics and asthma research

Lisotti, Goldoni & De Renzi

Nanotechnology at High School: There’s plenty of Physics at the bottom!

14.30–15.00

Coffee break. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

Tuesday 23 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

15.00–16.30

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S3A Strand 2

TRACING THE EMBEDDING OF NANOTECHNOLOGY IN INDUSTRY

Chair: Youtie

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S3B Strand 3

RISK GOVERNANCE

Chair: Wickson (tbc)

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S3C

NETS PROJECT

Chair: Adamick

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

OECD WORKSHOP PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT (different timeslot 14.45-16.40, Ravelijn 1501 and hall)

 

Von Raesfeld, Geurts & Jansen

When is a network a nexus for innovation? : A study of public private nanotechnology R&D projects in the Netherlands

Van der Poel

New technologies as social experiments

Adamick et al

Sharing International Research and Learning Tools of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies in Society: Strategy and Challenges

Cormick cs

OECD workshop Public Engagement

 

Coccia & Wang

Emerging nano-technological research for future pathway of biomedicine

Spruit

Contextualizing the experimental nature of nanotechnologies

 

Laureth & Invernizzi

Educating nanotechnology workforce in Brazil: companies’ demands and university supply

Doorn

Technologie as social experiments: Challenges for regulation and governance risks

16.30–16.45

Break to walk to Waaier

16.45–17.45

Plenary Lecture ANTJE GROBE Location: Waaier 2

18.45

Busses leaving from Ravelijn to the restaurant

19.15–23.00

Conference Dinner. Location: restaurant Het Lansink, Hengelo.

23.00

Busses leaving from restaurant to hotels and Ravelijn

Wednesday 24 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

9.00–11.00

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S4A Strand 2 PANEL

WILL CHINA’S EFFORT TO BECOME A HIGH-TECH INNOVATOR SUCCEED?

Moderator: Mehta

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S4B Strand 3 ROUND TABLE RESPONSIBLE TECHNOLOGY GOVERNANCE

Chair: Forsberg

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S4C Strand 4 PANEL

CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES LOST IN IMAGINATION?

Chair: Te Kulve

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S4D Strand 5 PANEL

PUBLIC INTEREST GROUPS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

Chair: Engeman and Cortes-Lobos

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S4E Strand 1 ROUND TABLE WHO ARE TECHNOSCIENTIFIC OBJECTS?

Chair: Schwarz

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

S4F Strand 5 WORKSHOP

STS CONCEPTS AND EDUCATIONAL APPROACHES

Chair: Bennett

Room: Ravelijn RA 2336

 

Simon

China’s Evolving Role in International S&T Affairs

Forsberg, Paldam Folker, De Bakker, Rommetveit & Strand

Frameworks for assessing emerging science and technologies: are we heading towards increased integration and, if so, is this the right road to responsible technology governance?

Koksma

Better Brains for the Future: Myths and Dreams of Educational Neuroscience

Engeman, Earl & Herr Harthorn

Non-Governmental Organizations and Nanotechnologies Futures

Schwarz, Van den Burg, Elliott, Nordmann, Loeve & Milburn

Technoscientific objects are cooperative instead of intractable or recalcitrant, show relational affordances instead of having constant dispositions and are characterized rather through potency than by substance

Bennett, Herring, Ostman, Wetmore

STS Concepts and Educational Approaches for Engaging the Public in Nanotechnology and Society

 

Cao

Trajectory of China’s High-Tech Development:

The “Growing Pains/Premature Senility” Thesis Revisited

Ruivenkamp

Promises of Personalized Medicine

Invernizzi & Foladori

Trade Unions’ concerns and actions regarding nanotechnology risks

 

Youtie & Kay

Emerging technologies and corporate strategies

The case of nanotechnology for energy storage solutions

Te Kulve, Konrad, Alvial Palavicino & Walhout

The context of application in the generation of promises and concerns

Cortes-Lobos

Advocacy Groups Participation in the Public U.S. Agrifood Nanotechnology Research Agenda

 

Metha

International Collaboration in the Chinese Scientific Community

Lamprou

Nano vs. Bio: NGOs and Regulatory Policy Making in the EU

 

Gebbie, Han & Stocking

Is China Becoming a Nanotechnology Leader?

Successes and Challenges in Suzhou Industrial Park

11.00–11.30

Coffee break. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

11.30–12.30

Plenary lecture KOERT VAN MENSVOORT NANO Supermarket Location: Waaier 2

12.20–13.30

Lunch break + poster session + public engagement exhibition. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

Wednesday 24 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

13.30–15.00

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S5A Strand 1

R&D IN THE BIOSCIENCES

Chair: Rafols

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S5B Strand 3

REGULATION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

Chair: Bowman

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S5C Strand 3

STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT 1

Chair: Bitsch

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S5D Strand 2

TRACING THE EMBEDDING OF NANOTECHNOLOGY IN INDUSTRY

Chair: Shapira

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S5D Strand 5

PUBLIC CONCERNS

Chair: Bandelli

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

S5F Strand 6

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES, MORALITY AND ETHICS

Chair: van der Scheer

Room: Ravelijn RA 2336

 

Efstathiou, Nydal, Laegrid, Kuiper & Carusi

When knowledge becomes something to manage

Reichow & Dorbeck-Jung

Soft Regulation Instruments for Safeguarding Occupational Health and Safety in the Work with Nanomaterials: The Use of a Typology

Van Est, Stemerding, Walhout, Rerimassi & Hanssen The need for a comprehensive view on public engagement in science and technology - The case of nanotechnology in the Netherlands

Robinson

Bespoke indicators of socio-economic impact of nanotechnology:

impact assessment challenges and pointers for nano-involved industrial value chains

Schumann

Encountering “Nanofood”.

How Austrian Citizens Appropriate an Emerging Technology in the Field of Food and

Nutrition

Swierstra

The technical mediation of the good life

 

Felizardo

Recepta’s Case: Network Partnerships and Strategy for Survive as Biotech Start-up Company in Brazil

Becker

Nanotechnology in the Marketplace: How the Nanotechnology Industry Views Risk and Regulation

Foley & Wiek

Nanotechnology innovation: governance by urban actors

Youtie & Kay Acquiring Nanotechnology Capabilities: Role of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Nanotechnology Ecosystem

Fleischer

Governance of products containing manufactured nanoparticles - Regulatory expectations of citizens

Weckert

“If we don’t somebody else will”

 

Klaessig

Nanotechnology Definitions Examined from the Standpoint of Central and Peripheral Claim Language Used in Intellectual Property Law

Moos

An Uncertain Business: Self-regulation by the British and Danish Nano Industries

Bruce & Walker

What are publics thinking about human enhancement? Playing Democs card games in the WP7 ETHENTECH Project

Del Barco & Foladori

The Bolivian innovation policy regarding the exploitation of lithium

Elliot

Themes in U.S. Civil Society Responses to Nanotechnology

Van der Drift

Moralizing Technologies and Moral de-Skilling

15.00–15.30

Coffee break. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

Wednesday 24 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

15.30–17.00

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S6A Strand 1

(NANO)TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION

Chair: Weckert

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S6B Strand 3

GOVERNANCE LESSONS

Chair: Reichow

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S6D Strand 3

STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT 2

Chair: Shelley-Egan

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S6E Strand 2

NATIONAL CULTURES OF NANO INNOVATION

Chair: Robinson

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S6E Strand 6

RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION

Chair: van der Laan

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

S6F Strand 6

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND

KNOWLEDGE POLITICS

Chair: Cozzens

Room: Ravelijn RA 2336

 

Beyhan

Transfer of nanotechnologies from universities to firms: Evidence from Turkey

Kuzma, Kokotovich & Kuzhabekova

History Repeats Itself? Governance of New Methods for

Targeted Genetic Modification in the U.S.

Bakker et al

Nanotechnology in food: public concerns, narratives and assessment needs

Klochikhin & Shapira

Giants in small worlds? Innovation and nanotechnology development in China and Russia

Barpujari

Incentivizing Innovation and Serving the Public Good: Extending the Patent Regime to Nanotechnology in India

Bovet & Randles

Managing a controversial technology in the absence of controversy: the “in vitro” politicisation of nanotechnologies

 

Ulnicane-Ozolina

How to explain successful long-term international research collaboration in nano S&T in Europe?

Coenen, Ferrari

European governance activities on Human cognitive enhancement

Åm

New Materials in Solar Cells: Studying R&D Practices of Emerging Technologies

Sekhsaria

The making of an Indian STM & Technological jugaad as a ‘Culture of Innovation’ in India

Cuijpers

What is the role of an STS researcher on responsible innovation of emergent technologies?

Van der Scheer

Two cases of patient involvement in translational molecular medicine

 

Bruynseels

Innovations in DNA sequencing technologies: The convergence of technologies drives a convergence of conceptual frameworks

Ruggiu

The Governance of Enhancement technologies and the Role of Ethics in Europe: a Human Rights Legal Perspective

Corner, Parkhill, Pidgeon & Vaughan

Public deliberation about geoengineering: responsible innovation and design

Saidi

Translation from laboratory to practice: The Implications of Nanotechnology

Von Schomberg & Guimaraes Pereira

Challenges of Responsible Research and Innovation at the Global level

 

17.00–17.15

Break, walk to Waaier

17.15–18.15

Plenary lecture MICHAEL GORMAN & DAAN SCHUURBIERS Comprehensive Science and Technology Engagement Location: Waaier 2

18.30–19.30

S.Net Business meeting

Thursday 25 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

9.00–10.30

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S7A Strand 6

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND ETHICAL GOVERNANCE

Chair: Boenink

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S7B Strand 3

REGULATORY APPROACHES 1

Chair: Dorbeck-Jung

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S7C Strand 3

REGULATION NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Chair: Heldeweg

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S7D Strand 4

ARGUMENTATIVE PRACTICES IN TECHNOSCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSIES

Chair: Van Lente

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S7E Strand 5

(INFORMAL) PUBLIC DIALOGUE

Chair: Dortmans

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

 

 

Grinbaum

What is “Responsible” about Responsible Innovation?

Bosso

Emerging Technologies, Institutional Capacity, and the Challenges of Governance in the 21st Century: Lessons from a Decade of Nanotechnology

Kica & Bowman

Regulation by means of standardisation:

Key legitimacy issues of health and safety nanotechnology standards

Quet

The influence of promissory communication on the critique of emerging technologies

Seifert

Diffusion and Policy Learning in the Nanotech-Field. Movement actors and public dialogues in Great Britain, Germany and France

 

 

Pellizzoni

Ethical governance and human nature.

Some problems of the recent debate on techno-science and (post-)humanity

Jaspers

Silent Divergence: Nanotechnology Policy in the United States and Europe

Guivant

GMOs in Brazil: the closure of the controversy with a new configuration of coalitions and debates

Gelfert

Experts, Predictions, and Promises: A Paradox of Technofideism

Dijkstra

Science Cafés and scientific citizens. The Nanotrail project as a case

 

 

Malsch

Emerging Technologies and Peace

Dorbeck-Jung & Shelley-Egan

Meta-regulation in the governance of the responsible development of nanotechnology: opportunities and challenges

Goltz

Protecting Children in the Aftermath of Brown v. Ent’ – Employing New Regulatory Measures

Brey

Top-Level Analysis of Emerging Technologies in Anticipatory Technology Ethics

Dortmans

Assessing informal public dialogue on new and emerging science and technology

 

10.30–11.00

Coffee break. Location: Ravelijn, down in hall

Thursday 25 October 2012

 

 

 

 

 

11.00–12.00

Parallel sessions

Location: Ravelijn

S8A Strand 6

NANOTECHNOLOGIES IN CONTEXT

Chair: Brey

Room: Ravelijn RA 1501

S8B Strand 3

REGULATORY APPROACHES 2

Chair: Stokes

Room: Ravelijn RA 2501

S8C Strand 3

RISK GOVERNANCE AND EXPERT INVOLVEMENT

Chair: Kica

Room: Ravelijn RA 2502

S8D Strand 4

TRACING TRANSHUMAN NARRATIVES

Chair: Gelfert

Room: Ravelijn RA 2503

S8E Strand 6

NANOTECHNOLOGIES AND (INTER)NATIONAL CONTEXTS

Chair: Guivant

Room: Ravelijn RA 2504

S8F Strand 4

ASSESSING AND NEGOTIATION EXPECTATIONS

Chair: Te Kulve

Room: Ravelijn RA 2231

 

Merz & Strassnig

The Lotus Effect of Research Funding: Governing Science on Nano Risks

Reynolds & Fleurke

Can the precautionary principle offer guidance for the regulation of climate engineering research?

Beaudri, Kandlikar, Satterfield, Herr Harthorn

Governing the

Uncertain: Expert

Judgment Based Risk

Screening for Emerging

Nanotechnologies

Horton

Scalar Erasure and Speculative Media: The Nanotechnological Imagination Goes Planetary

Ku

From Boundary Organization to Academic Research Center: Social Science – Science Policy Nexus at US CNS.

Robinson, Delemarle, Kahane & Larédo

Vision Assessment in Asynchronous Logic

 

Cozzens, Cortes, Harsch, Soumonni, Wetmore & Woodson

Equity, Equality, and National Contexts:

The U.S. and South Africa as Environments for Nanotechnologies

Heldeweg

Fostering Innovation by Regulatory Regime Design: Beyond Indifference

Devaney

Legitimising (the) Experts: Agency Regulation of Emerging Biotechnologies

De la Giroday

Zombies, brains, collapsing boundaries, and entanglements

Zayago Lau

Developmental

Implications

of Nanotechnologies

Kokotovich & Kuzma

Anticipatory governance and conflicting futures: Insights from the next generation of

genetic engineering

12.15-13.15

Plenary lecture PIERRE-BENOIT JOLY Governing Emerging Technologies – The need to think out of the black box Location: Waaier 2

Closing

13.15

Take Away Lunch Waaier, down in hall