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May 2019

CEPE 2019 Cybersecurity and Cybersecuritization

May 28 - May 30
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
CEPE 2019 Cybersecurity and Cybersecuritization
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September 2019

Responsible Design Event – 5 Years of DesignLab

September 25 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
University of Twente

Programme    13:00 | Doors open, walk-in   13:30 | Opening speech & introduction to Responsible Design   13:45 | Keynote speech - Marco van Hout   14:30 | Three parallel workshops on three pillars of Responsible Design:   - Designers acting responsibly by Deger Ozkaramanli - Enabling others in society to act responsibly by Katta Spiel - Producing things that do not destroy the world by Steven Dorrestijn   15:30 | Coffee break   16:00 | Presentations of past…

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October 2019

CyberCafé on Safety, Security & Privacy, University of Twente

October 9 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
CyberCafé on Safety, Security & Privacy, University of Twente

We would like to invite you to the CyberCafé on Safety, Security & Privacy. Why so? Many of us are working on the topics of safety, security and/or privacy. But do you actually know what your colleagues in the other departments work on in the context of these three topics? There are certainly many overlapping interests and a lot of potential for fruitful collaborations. The CyberCafé aims at providing a platform to exchange ideas, strengthen the community, and support collaboration.…

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Ph.D. Defence: How Scientific Instruments Speak: A Hermeneutics of Technological Mediations in (Neuro-)Scientific Practice

October 17 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

On Thursday 17th October 2019 at 12:30 in the Prof.dr. G. Berkhoff-zaal, De Waaier, UT, Bas will present and defend his dissertation ‘How Scientific Instruments Speak: A Hermeneutics of Technological Mediations in (Neuro-)Scientific Practice.’ His promoters are P.-P. Verbeek and H. te Molder and committee members are H. W. de Regt (Radboud University), F. Russo (University of Amsterdam), A. Sissel Hoel (NTNU), M. Boon (UT), and C Aydin (UT). Following the defence there will be a reception. All 4TU.Ethics colleagues…

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November 2019

Teknowlogy NWO Innovation Festival 2019

November 7

Teknowlogy is the Dutch festival where technology, science, innovation and valorisation meet. On November 7th, NWO shows the visitor the technical innovations of the future and how Dutch science is prepared for it. The programme offers many (international) speakers, lectures and workshops, as well as inspiring examples from the applied research. More information will soon be available on our website at www.teknowlogy.nl.   Note:  Receive a 50,000 euro grant for an out-of-the-box idea with societal impact. NWO invites scientists to…

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4TU.Ethics bi-annual conference 2019 Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies

November 7 - November 8

The 4TU.Ethics Bi-annual Conference will take place on the 7th-8th November 2019 at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. Registration is now open so please join us by registering here: Throughout history, technology has been a driver of social change. The technologies of the industrial revolution played a crucial role in shaping modern society, and society has since then continued to be shaped by technological innovations. The conference focuses on technologies that will not just change specific domains or practices for…

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Ph.D. Defence: Design for Green: Ethics and Politics for Behavior-Steering Technology

November 13 @ 10:30 am - 11:45 am
University of Twente

On Wednesday 13th November 2019 at 10:30 in De Waaier, UT, Ching will present and defend his dissertation ‘Design for Green: Ethics and Politics for Behavior-Steering Technology.’ His promoters are P.-P. Verbeek and M. Nagenborg and committee members are: P.A.E. Brey (UT), G.D.S. Ludden (UT), I.R. van de Poel (TU Delft), W.A. IJsselsteijn (TU/e), and D. Fu (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan). Following the defence there will be a reception. All 4TU.Ethics colleagues are cordially invited to Ching Hung’s Ph.D. Defence.…

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7th Annual OZSW conference

November 15 - November 16

The seventh annual OZSW conference (The Dutch Research school of Philosophy) will take place on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th November 2019 at the University of Amsterdam. Keynote speakers Anne Phillips (London School of Economics) Barbara Vetter (Freie Universität Berlin) Pauline Kleingeld (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen) Ruth Sonderegger (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna) Primary target group: Senior Researchers, PhD students, ReMa students Organizing Committee Maria Aloni Hein van den Berg Robin Celikates Stefan Niklas Thomas Nys

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The Future of Warfare: AI and Autonomous Weapons

November 27 @ 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
The Future of Warfare: AI and Autonomous Weapons

On Thursday, November 27th the Netherlands Atlantic Youth and study association L.S.A. Custodia organize a program themed: ‘The Future of Warfare: AI and Autonomous Weapons At our event we will look into the deployment of AI in warfare, focusing specifically on autonomous weapon systems. We will explore current and (possible) future developments in this field, the implications of these developments for warfare, as well as some different perspectives on these weapon systems. Program Date: November 27th Time: 5.15 – 7.30…

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December 2019

Ph.D. Defence: Marjolein Lanzing ’The Transparent Self: a normative investigation of changing selves and relationships in the age of the quantified self

December 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands

On Wednesday December 11th at 11:00 (location: Atlas Building, Room 0.710, TU Eindhoven) Marjolein will be defending her thesis 'The Transparent Self: a normative investigation of changing selves and relationships in the age of the quantified self'.   Self-tracking, the quantification of one’s body and behaviour through the use of wearables and apps, has become a popular practice. Self-tracking is celebrated as ‘empowering’, as a means to improve one’s self-management and the management of one’s social relationships. At the same time, self-tracking also raises…

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