Session 10: RRI and institutional change

Organiser: Erich GriesslerSpeakers: Ellen-Marie Forsberg, Jens Ørding Hansen, Petar Vrgovic, Mila Grahovac, Elisabeth Frankus, Anne Loeber Changing the way how research and innovation is organized and funded and how researchers are trained and incentivized will be critical for the long-term implementation of RRI. But institutions are not easily changed. They are complex, inert and tend to hold on to habituated routines which proved sufficiently successful Read more about Session 10: RRI and institutional change[…]

Session 2: Engaging stakeholders in research practice: the how & why of co-creation

Speakers: Bjørn Bedsted, Blanca Guasch, Jill Jäger, Jonas Krebs, Cristina Luís, Anna Olsson, Ines VaittinenOrganisers: Joshua Cohen, Anne Loeber, Malene Vinther Christensen, Ulrike Wunderle The urgency and relevance of engaging citizens in research and innovation is widely acknowledged. In EC R&I funding policies and in many universities’ ethical guidelines there is a call for public Read more about Session 2: Engaging stakeholders in research practice: the how & why of co-creation[…]

Erik Fisher

Arizona State University, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, USA Erik Fisher is an Associate Professor at Arizona State University’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society within the College of Global Futures, where he directs the Center for Responsible Innovation. He also serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Responsible Innovation. Fisher studies Read more about Erik Fisher[…]

Susanne Meissner-Dragosits

The Austrian Research Promotion Agency Susanne Meissner-Dragosits is working at FFG/European and International Programmes, currently as the Austrian National Contact Point (NCP) for Horizon Europe – Cluster 6 (Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment). As a then trained BOKU alumnus in Civil Engineering and Water Management she now has more than 15 years experience in Read more about Susanne Meissner-Dragosits[…]

Merve Yorulmaz

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany Merve Yorulmaz has been working as a researcher in the Competence Center Policy and Society at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research since 2019. She holds a Master’s degree in Management, Culture Studies and Linguistics from the University of Mannheim (Germany) where she worked as Read more about Merve Yorulmaz[…]

Martin Bunček

Technology Agency of the Czech Republic  Martin Bunček graduated from University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology. Completed postgraduate studies at the Pharmaceutical Faculty of the Charles University and a work stay at IMM in Oxford and TUe in Eindhoven. He worked for GENERI BIOTECH almost since its foundation, gradually went through all the positions and participated in the conception of the company Read more about Martin Bunček[…]

Tung Tung Chan

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands Tung Tung Chan is a Research Intelligence Advisor at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is responsible for enabling and opening up the strategic dialogue between faculty management teams and the university board on the basis of responsible research output analysis. She is also a visiting researcher at the Centre of Science and Technology Read more about Tung Tung Chan[…]

Bernard Reber

CEVIPOF-Sciences Po, France Bernard Reber is a CNRS-affiliated Senior Research Fellow at the CEVIPOF-Sciences Po. He is a philosopher by training and obtained the HDR (a French qualification for the supervision of research) to supervise research in Philosophy from the Sorbonne University in 2010. He is a general coordinator for the Human and Social Sciences section of Read more about Bernard Reber[…]