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| Posted on March 6, 2023

Workshop Moments of Reading

AI, design, and democracy are terms whose definitions seem ever-expanding. They refer to a wide variety of technical systems, methods, infrastructures, and social practices that are not always in dialogue with each other. This workshop starts out from the assumption that definitions are not an expression of a stable identity, but moments of reading...

| Posted on March 1, 2023

Intersectional Philosophy of Technology Speaker Series

In the coming months several 4TU.Ethics members organize the intersectional philosophy of technology series. Details can be found below. Interested? Contact Jordi Viader Guerrero at  ...

| Posted on December 15, 2022

Call for participation in Workshop on ValueMonitor

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ValueMonitor is an easy-to-use tool for empirical investigations of values and value change in text corpora (e.g., scientific articles, newspaper articles). Investigations performed with ValueMonitor can be used to discover neglected moral issues voiced by societal actors or to map the current state of scientific research on specific values and technologies....

| Posted on March 8, 2022

Registration PhD course CC1 Philosophies of Technology open

The next Philosophies of Technology course will be held from May 16th till 20th 2022. Registration via this form. The registration deadline is 25-04-2022. Location: TU Delft. For more information please contact one of the coordinators at ....

| Posted on September 30, 2020

Ibo van de Poel new Delft KNAW member

The KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) has selected eighteen new members in 2020. KNAW members, leading scientists from all disciplines, are chosen on the basis of their scientific and scholarly achievements. The Academy has approximately 550 members who are appointed for life. Ibo van de Poel, TU Delft Professor of Ethics...

| Posted on October 9, 2019

Behnam Taebi appointed as new Scientific Director

TU Delft Safety & Security Institute

Per 1 September 2019 Behnam Taebi succeeds Pieter van Gelder, who in the past five years has led the institute in strengthening its research position in the broad field of safety and security.     Dr. Behnam Taebi is Associate Professor in ethics of technology at the faculty of TPM. He studied Material Science and...

| Posted on March 7, 2019

Questions and Challenges of Human Research Ethics

Dutch STEM Research Ethics Committees

On Monday 15th April 2019 the first workshop for members of the university research ethics committees that review Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics related human research (i.e. research involving human subjects or participants) will take place. Besides medical ethics committees and ethics committees for social and behavioural sciences, Dutch universities have also recognised...

| Posted on December 20, 2018

PhD Defence Designing for Darkness: Urban Nighttime Lighting and Environmental Values January 21st 2019

4TU.Ethics colleagues are cordially invited to Taylor Stone’s PhD Defence. On 21st January he will present and defend his dissertation “Designing for Darkness: Urban Nighttime Lighting and Environmental Values.” Following the defence there will be a reception and a panel discussion with some of the committee on “Re-imagining the City at Night.” Please note that both the...

| Posted on October 16, 2018

4TU.Ethics member Behnam Taebi joins the Transdisciplinary Research Expert Group OECD Global Science Forum

Behnam Taebi has been appointed as a member of an Expert Group of the OECD Global Science Forum (GSF) on ‘Transdisciplinary Research’. This GSF project, in which Taebi will participate, is designed to promote mutual learning between countries. The main output will be policy recommendations on transdisciplinary research to address global societal challenges. The Expert...

| Posted on May 15, 2017

Op-ed by 4TU.Ethics member Neelke Doorn in Dutch newspaper Financieel Dagblad

On Monday May 15, 2017, The Dutch newspaper FD published an op-ed written by Dr. Neelke Doorn and two colleagues. In this piece, Neelke and colleagues argue that there should be more attention in climate policy for how costs and benefits are distributed in measures that are taken to encourage transition to a sustainable...

| Posted on April 11, 2017

4TU.Ethics PhD seminar – CFP Workshop & Masterclass on digital humanities, social epistemology, & virtue theory in a post-truth society

The Digital Humanities & Experimental Philosophy CollaborATive (DHEPCAT — will host a workshop and masterclass December 14-15 in Amsterdam at De Waag Society, located at Nieuwmarkt 4 in Amsterdam. On December 14, talks will be given on the topic of digital humanities, social epistemology, and virtue theory in a post-truth society. The keynote...

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