Lehtinen, S. (Sanna)


Selection of Recent Publications: – Lehtinen, S. 2020. ”An Intergenerational Approach to Urban Futures: Introducing the Concept of Aesthetic Sustainability”, in Moving from Landscapes to Cityscapes and Back: Theoretical and Applied Approaches to Human Environments, eds. A. Haapala, B. Frydryczak & M. Salwa. Lodz: Przypis1, pp. 111–119. – Lehtinen, S. 2020 (forthcoming). “Editorial Introduction...

BRIdging Technology in the Built Environment (BRIDE)


The aim of the BRIDE project is to explore the role of smart public infrastructure in making and re-making of public space. Utilizing research through design and mobilizing an empirical-philosophical theory of technology, the research team will engage in the design and construction of data interaction systems for an Internet of Things-enabled 3D printed...

Copeland, S. (Samantha)


At TU Delft I am working on the ethics of resilience, bringing what we know about how positive results can come out of unexpected events—like in cases of serendipity—together with how we ought to prepare a response to unexpected but potentially disastrous events and disruptions. In both of these contexts, issues of distributive and...

Ryan, M. (Mark)


Mark Ryan is a Digital Ethics Researcher at Wageningen Economic Research, Wageningen University & Research. He specialises in the ethics of AI, data-sharing, and robotics. In his work at Wageningen, his research gives a special attention to ethical and societal concerns of developing and implementing digital technologies in the agri-food sector. Mark was previously...

Saskia Nagel on how our minds blend with technology (Aeon)


Dr. Saskia Nagel, assistant professor in philosophy and ethics of technology at the University of Twente and 4TU researcher, has written a co-ed piece together with Peter Reiner (professor at the University of British Columbia) on embedded beings. Read: “Embedded beings: how we blended our minds with our devices” “We are now technologically embedded...

Conference: Theorizing Technological Mediation


Theorizing Technological Mediation 10, 16-17-18 November, @ Designlab, University of Twente www.utwente.nl/ttm        Technologies are everywhere and crucially intertwined with your life. Knowledge, morality and even the limits of our imagination are technologically mediated. What does this mean for the scientific knowledge you produce? What does it mean for the ethical evaluations...

Kroes, P.A. (Peter) (emeritus)


Peter Kroes (1950 studied physical engineering at the University of Technology Eindhoven (The Netherlands) and wrote a Ph.D.-thesis on philosophical problems concerning the notion of time in modern physical theories (University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 1982). Since 1995 he is professor in philosophy, more in particular philosophy of technology, at the University of Technology...

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