Save the date: Young-MVI conference
Responsible Innovation: The Challenge of Ambiguity
Monday April 8, 2019, ANNE Centraal (close to Utrecht CS)
Are you an early-career researcher working (or interested) in the field of responsible innovations?
Please mark your calendar and save the date to attend the Young-MVI conference ‘Responsible Innovation: The Challenge of Ambiguity’ that will take place on April 8 2019!
The 1-day conference will revolve around the theme of ambiguity. How to deal with different perspectives on technological innovation? The day will include a keynote by Prof. Phil Macnaghten, possibilities to introduce your research to peers through 2-minutes ‘speedtalks’, and a session in which we exchange experiences in and challenges of how to study responsible innovation and explore possible approaches. We conclude the day with network drinks.
The program is as follows:
11.15 Keynote Phil Macnaghten and discussion
14.45 Coffee & tea
15.00 Interactive learning session (facilitator: Frank Kupper)
16.30 Drinks and networking
The conference is organized by Young-MVI and will take place at a central location in Utrecht. Registration is now open and participation is free of charge. Please visit: https://wvscongres.nl/event/jong-mvi-responsible-innovation-the-challenge-of-ambiguity/
For more information, you can contact email@example.com. You will receive the official invitation, information about registration, and the full conference program.. In case you know of other early-career researchers working on responsible innovation, we would greatly appreciate it if you could forward this invitation.
Young-MVI is a NWO committee with and for early-career researchers in responsible innovation. We provide advice to the NWO program committee for MVI (https://www.nwo-mvi.nl/), serve as ambassadors for the MVI approach, and want to engage early-career researchers working on responsible innovations.
Young-MVI currently consists of:
- dr Koen Beumer, Universiteit Utrecht
- dr Wouter Boon, Universiteit Utrecht (Chair)
- dr Eline Bunnik, Erasmus MC
- dr Johanna Höffken, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
- dr Lotte Krabbenborg, Radboud Universiteit
- dr Frederik Schulte, TU Delft
For more information about Young-MVI see the showcase via the link below: