Global Justice, Technology, and Integrated Research - Designing and reflecting on Human-Technology Relations transdisciplinarily
Pre-Conference Language: English
Conference Language: predominantly German
Integrated and Integrative Research aim at involving diverse stakeholders into technology development processes and at integrating ethical, legal, social and other aspects into such processes in collaborative practices. We invite scholars, and especially encourage junior researchers, to present their work, perspectives and theoretical take on related topics for an online pre-conference on Global Justice, Technology, and Integrated Research that will be held on January 30th 2024. Impulses from the online pre-conference will be taken to the following in person conference on Integrated Research – Designing and reflecting on Human-Technology Relations transdisciplinarily that will take place on January 31st and 1st of February at the HEINZ NIXDORF MUSEUMSFORUM in Paderborn, Germany.
Proposals should deal with the topics global justice and integrated research concerning technology development, research and implementation processes. This can include but is not limited to the following topics:
- Technology development and global justice
- Integration of ethical, legal, social, and other aspects into technology development
- Collaborative practices in technology development
- Human-technology relations in digitalised lifeworlds
- Responsible Research and Innovation and global justice
Researchers may work in philosophy, ethics, anthropology, social sciences, law, co-design, HMI, social justice research and/or practices, Science and Technology Studies, art, technology development, or other related fields.
Participants of the online pre-conference (January 30th 2024) are cordially invited to join the in person conference (January 31st and February 1st), however, conference language will be German and we cannot reimburse for travel costs.
Please send your proposals until December 15th 2023 (max. 500 words) to: firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate in your proposal what time slot you would prefer to present in, either 8 am to 10 am, or, 5 pm to 7 pm CET (UTC+1)."