Date: 10 December 2019 Venue: Danish Technical University, Lyngby, Denmark Participants Vincent Maklawe Essonana-we Edjabou, Technical University of Denmark Kostyantyn Pivnenko, Technical University of Denmark Ines Vaittinen, ENoLL – European Network Description The final workshop of Social Lab 18 was successfull as participants presented their Pilot Actions, did a reflection exercise on public engagement and Read more about Social Lab 18 – Workshop 3[…]
Date: 8 & 9 January 2020 Venue: Aarhus, Denmark Participants The final workshop consisted of participants including the social lab manager, facilitator, and assistant.Participants came from European countries such as Italy, Poland, Spain, Germany and Finland; they represented academic institutions, EU institutions and government bodies. List of participants Silvia Giuliani The National Research Council of Read more about Social Lab 16 – Workshop 3[…]
The second review meeting at European Commission DG Research & Innovation in Brussels was a profound success.
Our greatest achievement was to prove the EC that the money spent on this project is a solid investment.
The 3rd workshop of SL13 was a success as the team successfully arranged an open day in order to reach more participantsl. The state of RRI in Ukraine was discussed as well as the relation between various developing security technologies and RRI.
Research infrastructures, such as electronic databases, mega-telescopes and other large scale research equipments do not operate in a societal vacuum. Embedded within society their implementation and use also needs to reflect their societal implications.
Whilst research on secure, clean and efficient energy effects everyone, current and future generations all over the globe, society does currently not have a role in most of the research activities that are done in this realm going beyond the role of a mere end-user.
A series of three workshops was developed by SL Energy team on these issues.
NewHoRRIzon invites you to submit an abstract for the session ‘Opening up science through public engagement’ at the Eu-SPRI conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 3-5 June 2020.
We are relieved that our requests for a stronger consideration of SwafS and RRI have made it into the report on the web-based consultations.
The second workshop of Social Lab 6 on RISK and SMEs focused on developing and revitalizing its Pilot Actions and on identifying concrete plans to implement RRI in SMEs.
This workshop will engage in scenario-building, because scenarios can be a powerful illustrative communication tool and spark debates about which future we think is desirable for societally engaged research.