Workshops

Join our workshop at the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations conference!

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“Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city” Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations (held online), University of Twente, 4-7 November 2020 Workshop date & time: Thursday, 5 November, 17:15-18:45 In this workshop, we invite participants to engage and reflect on a methodological framework based on ‘agonistic engagement spaces’ (Mouffe, 2000) in the context of human-technology-city interactions […]

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Interesting lessons from a workshop for Co-Designing Local Data Interfaces

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On September 19th, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan organised a workshop to explore neighborhood ‘data’ and re-imagine neighbourhood futures, together with residents of Leidsche Rijn (Utrecht). The workshop was guided by the questions: ‘What is data?’,  ‘Who decides?’ and ‘How can it be made meaningful for the future of the neighborhood?’. Rather than focusing on data  understood from […]

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DRS 2020 workshop: Controversies as a vehicle to integrate creative collaboration and ethical reflection

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The team of researchers composed of Julieta Matos Castaño, Deger Ozkaramanli, Anouk Geenen, Mascha Van der Voort, organized a workshop at the DRS 2020. Interested in the abstract of the workshop? Have a look at the text below! Abstract: This Workshop will facilitate an understanding of how controversies in socio-technical contexts (e.g. smart cities) can […]

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Online sessions during COVID19

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Dear all, First and most importantly, we you and your loved ones are doing well in this uncharted time. With this message, we would like to give you an update about our design interventions in 2020. As you might already know, the main goal of this research project is to develop a collaboration platform for responsible […]

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Walk-shop: unraveling smart city controversies combining a city walk and a co-creation session

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During our partner meeting in November 2019, we experienced a ‘walk-shop’ initiated by the University of Utrecht. The ‘walk-shop’ session consisted of a walk followed by a co-creation session to identify smart city controversies, and define tactics to tackle them. The combination of having a situated experience like a walk followed by a workshop proved […]