Have you ever heard about “transdisciplinarity”? and “transdisciplinary working”? In this video, Mascha van der Voort talks about transdisciplinary working, a very important aspect of our Responsible Cities project!
Our colleague Corelia Baibarac-Duignan presented at the Data Justice Conference last 20-21 May 2021. In the video below, you may watch her talk entitled: “From controversies to controversing: producing civic engagement in the datafied smart city”. Enjoy!
In April 2021, our colleague Michiel de Lange moderated a very interesting discussion hosted at the Pakhuis de Zwijger for the MAB. The discussion revolved around envisioning and experimenting with playful alternatives for urban life. More information at the MAB website. And you may watch the full livecast in the video below!
Our colleague Anouk Geenen participated in the second MAB meetup that brought together early-career researchers from around the world to discuss their research topics and processes, and share their multiple perspectives on the inter-disciplinary field of Media Architecture. The aim of this online session was to showcase current developments in the research of media architecture […]
On 11 March 2021, Anouk Geenen has been on Dutch TV talking about responsible smart cities. Interested in what Anouk has discussed? You can watch it here! https://www.nporadio1.nl/de-nieuws-bv/onderwerpen/73619-2021-03-11-het-verstandig-inrichten-van-een-slimme-stad-hoe-doen-we-dat
Last 4-7 November, Anouk Geenen, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, and Julieta Matos Castaño presented part of their research at the https://phtr2020.events/. Would you like to know more about their work? Have a look at their talks! Anouk Geenen, Julieta Matos Castaño, Mascha van der Voort, Peter Paul Verbeek- ‘How to anticipate the mediation of values with stakeholders: […]
In September 2020, our colleague Michiel de Lange moderated a very interesting discussion hosted at the Pakhuis de Zwijger for the MAB. The discussion revolved around media architecture and why it matters to critically reflect on and envision the future of our cities. More information at the MAB website. And you may watch the full […]
Interested in knowing more about our paper “The role of participatory design activities in supporting sense-making in the smart city”? Have a look at Julieta’s presentation at the DRS2020 conference!
We are proud of our colleague Anouk Geenen, who has been a recipient of the David Hakken grant to attend the Participatory Design Conference. Congratulations, Anouk!
On January 28th, 2020, we were involved in the first evening of the Future of the City event series organized by Fasade in Amersfoort (live music included!) where participants could play our storytelling card game about the future of the city. The event had interesting speakers: Jeroen Ruitenbeek provided a clear urban planning analysis of a district […]