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Location: UP.3.214
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Third Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN24_01b: Sociological concepts for comparative science and technology studies
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Jochen Glaser, TU Berlin
Chair: Thomas Franssen, Leiden University
 

Which Concepts Support The Comparison Of Researchers’ Autonomy In Different Research Systems And Fields?

Grit Laudel

Technical University Berlin, Germany



Changing Conditions for Innovation in Different Arts and Sciences

Richard Drummond Whitley1, Jochen Glaeser2

1: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2: Technical University, Berlin, Germany



A Role Theoretical Approach For Analysing Socio-technical Innovations

Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer

Technical University of Berlin, Germany



Technological Interdependencies And Its Epistemic Consequences In The Humanities

Thomas Franssen

CWTS, Leiden University, The Netherlands

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN24_02b: Science and Technology (Open Session) I
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Ana Delicado, Instituto de Ciências Sociais ULisboa
 

The Double Life of Scripts in Science and Technology Studies

Jochen Glaser

TU Berlin, Germany



‘Not A Place Of Honor’: Risk, Technology And The Aesthetics Of Prohibition

Theodore Vurdubakis

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Technology and Interpretive Flexibility: A Structural Hermeneutic of Resistance to Robots in Schools

Lars E. F. Johannessen

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN24_03b: Artificial Intelligence and machine learning
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Aaro Tupasela, University of Helsinki
 

The Politics of Machine Learning

Aaro Tupasela

University of Helsinki, Finland



Artificial Intelligence as a Disruptive Innovation from an Organizational Perspective

Gabriele Blasutig

University of Trieste (Italy)



Artificial Intelligence: Where Were We?

Paola Borgna

University of Turin (Italy), Italy



Artificial Intelligence: A Macro-Sociological Approach

Massimiliano Ruzzeddu

University Niccolò Cusano, Italy

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN24_04b: Science policy & national research systems
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Ana Delicado, Instituto de Ciências Sociais ULisboa
 

Current and Potential Use of complexity measures for Decision-Making: The Case of Transnational Research Programs in Europe

Antonio Zinilli, Emanuela Reale

National Research Council, Italy



Mapping the Social Sciences in EU funding schemes

Kristoffer Kropp, Anton Grau Larsen

Roskilde University, Denmark



Patient Knowledge, Complexity, and Health Technology Assessment

Callum Gunn, Barbara Regeer

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Converting Scientific Knowledge And Technology Into Social And Economic Value: Arguing For Dual-Way Transfer Policies

Helena Santos1, Marta Sistelo2, Fátima São Simão2

1: Faculty of Economics, University of Porto, Portugal, Portugal; 2: UPTEC (Park of Science and Technology of the University of Porto), Porto, Portugal

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN24_05b: National & regional specificities and differences in science and technology
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Franc Mali, University of Ljubljana/ Faculty of Social Sciences
 

When Grand Vision Meets Peer Review: Untangling “Research Impact” in a National Funding Agency

Kalpana Shankar, Junwen Luo

University College Dublin, Ireland



EFFORTI: Comparative Findings of 19 Case Study Interventions for a Greater Gender Equality in R&I across 6 European Countries

Rachel Palmén1, Susanne Bührer2, Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt3, Sybille Reidl4, Dora Groo5, Clemens Striebing6, Florian Holzinger4

1: Open University of Catalonia; 2: Fraunhofer ISI; 3: Aarhus University; 4: Joanneum Research; 5: NaTE: The Association of Hungarian Women in Science; 6: Fraunhofer CeRRI



Big Databases and the Uncertainties of Financialising Technoscientific Knowledge in Healthcare

Paraskevas Vezyridis, Stephen Timmons

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom



Controversy Over Animal Experimentation : A Waltz In Five Steps

Fabienne Crettaz von Roten

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN24_06b: Science and Technology (Open Session) II
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Heta Tarkkala, University of Helsinki
 

Dating Apps and Platforms as Communities of Knowledge

Maria Valentina Stoicescu, Ramona Alexandra Hosszu

University of Bucharest, Romania



New Identities and Quality of Life in the Context of Biotechnology Development in Russia

Elena Bogomiagkova, Ekaterina Orekh

St.-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation



Risks of Disruptive Technological Advancements and their Potential Social Solutions

Ľubomír Šottník

Comenius university in Bratislava / Slovak academy of sciences, Slovak Republic



The Everyday Practices of Neoliberalism in Taiwan Higher Education

Ming-Te Peng

Goldsmiths, University of London



Theorizing Commensuration of Social Phenomena

Tuukka Kaidesoja

University of Helsinki, Finland



Traditional and New Information and Communication Technologies and social values in Europea Countries

Juan Sebastián Fernández-Prados, Pilar Rodríguez-Martínez, Alex Ainz-Galende

Universidad de Almería, Spain



Containing Superintelligence: Transhumanists And The Global Future Of Democracy

Apolline Taillandier

Sciences Po, France

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RS03_07: Maritime Economy
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Frank Sowa, Nuremberg Tech Georg Simon Ohm
 

Barriers of Growth – Experts’ Views on the Stagnating Aquaculture Sector in Germany

Tobias Lasner, Antje Gimpel

Thünen-Institute, Germany



The Ups and Downs of the Szczecin Shipyard in the 21st century – the Memories of its Former Workers

Agnieszka Kolodziej-Durnas

University of Szczecin, Poland



Companies Of The Maritime Economy. Insights On Corporate Visions And Strategies Towards Sustainability

Ulrike Kronfeld-Goharani

Kiel University, Germany



Rights Based Management and the Perception of the Stakeholders on the "Limits to Privatization"

Manuel Pacheco Coelho1, Luis Cá2

1: SOCIUS; ISEG/University of Lisbon, Portugal; 2: ISEG/University of Lisbon, Portugal

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RS03_09: Maritime Professions
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Agnieszka Kolodziej-Durnas, University of Szczecin
Chair: Frank Sowa, Nuremberg Tech Georg Simon Ohm
 

Déformation Professionnelle And The Construction of Occupational Identity: The Example Of Maritime Professionals

Marie Cornelia Grasmeier

Bremen University, Germany



Gender in European Fisheries: Social Transformation and Cohesion Trends

Esther Copete

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom



Outlining the identity of the Greek seafarer’s wife. The case of Chios Island.

Ioannis Katsounis1, Georgia Paradeisi2, Maria Lekakou1

1: University of the Aegean, Greece; 2: Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece



A Study on “Sense of Acquisition” of Elderly Fishermen on Islands: Two Islands in Zhoushan City of Zhejiang Province in China as Examples

Wen Zhang

Shanghai Ocean University, China, People's Republic of

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RS03_10: Maritime Miscellanea
Location: UP.3.214
Chair: Frank Sowa, Nuremberg Tech Georg Simon Ohm
Chair: Agnieszka Kolodziej-Durnas, University of Szczecin
 

Trends and Men. The Development of Maritime Studies in French Social Sciences

Emilie Mariat-Roy

Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, France



The Social and Demographic Portrait of Prostitutes in Polish Port Cities in the 1950s

Karolina Izdebska, Urszula Kozłowska

University of Szczecin, Poland


 
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