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Session program
 Session program Engagements with Technologies, store auditorium, 11.30-­‐13.00, Thursday Chair: Katia D. Søndergaard & Jamie Wallace Papers: The Use of Clinical Skills Labs in Nursing Education Ann Katrine Bønnelykke Soffer, PhD stud, The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University Prototyping within engineering design as a case of fluctuating practice and technological inducement Jamie Wallace, Postdoc, Institute of Learning, DPU, Aarhus University Learning situated technological literacy Cathrine Hasse, Professor, DPU, Aarhus University Technological abandonments and their consequences for professional practices Katia Dupret Søndergaard PhD assistant professor in Organisational Psychology, Aarhus University STS og filosofi, lille auditorium, 11.30-­‐13.00, Thursday Chair: Kasper Schøilin & Anders Albrechtslund Papers: Det værendes væren og det sociales socius. Nogle bemærkninger om ’Heidegger-­Latour-­
forbindelsen’ Kasper Schiølin, PhD fellow, Information studies, Aarhus University Postfænomenologisk analyse og digitale specialister Finn Olesen, Associate prof., Information studies, Aarhus University Overvågning og nye teknologier. Filosofiske tilgange til tværfaglige problemstillinger Anders Albrechtslund, Assistant prof., Information studies, Aarhus University Page 1 of 6 Session program Design -­ Connections and Objections, part I, store auditorium, 14.00-­‐15.30, Thursday Papers: Re-­situating innovation Morten Krogh Petersen, post.doc., DTU Management Engineering, Department of Management Engineering, Innovation and Sustainability Speculative Design Tau Ulv Lenskjold, PhD fellow, The Danish Design School Inventing wellness -­ materializing serenity Annegrete Juul Nielsen, Folkesundhedsvidenskab, Copenhagen University and Sara Malou Strandvad, Performance Design, Roskilde University Design -­ Connections and Objections, part II, store auditorium, 16.00-­‐17.30, Thursday Chair: Connie Svabo & Sara Malou Strandvad Papers: Mediation as connection and objection Connie Svabo, Assistant prof., Roskilde University Architecture and spatial design as creative mediation Kristine Samson, External Lecturer, Performance Design, Roskilde University Urbane processer i konstante tilblivelser -­ byens rum som åbne designprocesser? Louise von Müllen & Lise Juul Madsen, grad. stud., Performance-­‐design, Roskilde University [NOTICE: in Danish] Page 2 of 6 Session program Technology, identity and place-­making in healthcare, lille auditorium, 14.00-­‐15.30, Thursday Chair: Lotte Hüniche & Henriette Langstrup Papers: Through revolving doors in a wheelchair: Technology and disability in the smart city Stinne Ballegaard, PhD. and Peter Nielsen, research and innovationspecialist, Alexandra Instituttet A/S. 15 min. presentation, 10 min. discussion Telehomecare: Multiplying responsibilities in a heart-­failure rehabilitation and self-­care project Louise Bagger Iversen and Henriette Langstrup, Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, Copenhagen University, Signe Vind, Danske Regioner, Thomas Lunn Erstad, Svendborg Sygehus. 15 min. presentation Living by numbers? How home based self-­monitoring becomes part of COPD patients experiences and ways of handling chronic illness in everyday life Lotte Huniche, Institute of Public Health, Research Unit Health, Man & Society, University of Southern Denmark, Birthe Dinesen, Department of Health Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University, Ove Grann, General practitioners, Vejgaard Healthcare Center, Healthcare Center Aalborg, Carl Nielsen, Consultant, Aalborg Hospital, Århus University Hospital, Denmark, Egon Toft, Dean, Professor, Department of Health Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University 10 min. presentation, 15 min. joint discussion IT-­supported self-­care for ICD-­patients: Studying the social and organizational challenges of building sustainable infrastructures of chronic care Karen Dam Nielsen, Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, Copenhagen University 15 min. presentation, 10 min. discussion Page 3 of 6 Session program What STS ontologies do, lille auditorium, 16.00-­‐17.30, Thursday Chair: Peter Danholt Papers: Cultural Analysis as Intervention – or Intra-­vention? Carina Ren, Assistant Prof., PhD, Center for Tourism, Innovation and Culture, Institute for History and Globalization, University of Southern Denmark, Marie Sandberg, Assistant Prof., PhD, Ethnology Section, Saxo-­‐Institute, University of Copenhagen, Astrid Pernille Jespersen, Assistant Prof., PhD, Ethnology Section, Saxo-­‐Institute, University of Copenhagen, Morten Krogh Petersen, post.doc, DTU Management Engineering, Department of Management Engineering, Innovation and Sustainability Mapping Controversies: what is at stake for STS? Anders Kristian Munk, PhD & Torben Elgaard Jensen, Associate prof., Technical University of Denmark On the existential resources of STS Peter Danholt, Assistant prof. Information studies, Aarhus University Foodscapes and Food Studies, part I, store auditorium, 10.15-­‐12.15, Friday Chair: Mette Weinreich Hansen Papers: Foodscapes – a review of a heterogeneous concept Assistant Prof., Ph.D. Mette Weinreich Hansen1 and Prof., Ph.D. Niels Heine Kristensen1, Res.ass. Mia Brandhøj2 1Research group for Foodscapes, Innovation and Networks, Aalborg University, Copenhagen Dept. of Development & Planning, Lautrupvang 2, 1st floor,DK-­‐2750 Ballerup 2Research group for Meal Science and Public Health Nutrition, Aalborg University, Copenhagen Dept. of Development & Planning, Lautrupvang 2, 1st floor,DK-­‐2750 Ballerup Food at distance Thorkild Nielsen, Aalborg University, Foodscape, Innovation and Network, Department of Development and Planning Food experiences as a designed concept innovation. New industrial policy challenges Jon Sundbo, Professor, Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies, Roskilde University. Page 4 of 6 Session program Foodscapes and Food Studies, part II, store auditorium, 13.00-­‐15.00, Friday Chair: Liselotte Hedegaard & Line Hesselvig Krogh Papers:
French foodscapes: The traditional French meal Liselotte Hedegaard, PhD fellow, AAU East or west – home is best?” – a study of home meals, and eating out initiatives among elderly. Line Hesselvig Krogh, Research assistant, AAU Media, food and moral – how does food shape moral. Sascha Qvortrup. PhD fellow, AAU Young people's pleasure for Self-­Cooking seen in a foodscape-­perspective Boris Andersen, PhD fellow, AAU Futures and technologies in-­the-­making, lille auditorium, 10.15-­‐12.15, Friday Chair: Christopher Gad & Ask Risom Bøge Papers: Imagined potentialities of healthcare technologies Nina Boulus, Assistant Prof., IT University of Copenhagen What happens next? On DNA surveillance and the effects of future expectations Christopher Gad, PhD, Assistant prof., IT University of Copenhagen & Ask Risom Bøge, PhD fellow, Information studies, Aarhus University Control & performance measurement Jørgen Tietze, PhD fellow, Information studies, Aarhus University Blackboxing Democracy? E-­voting Technologies ‘in the Making’ Nina Boulus, Assistant prof. & Randi Markussen, Associate prof., IT University of Copenhagen Page 5 of 6 Session program Change and the history of science and things, room 137, 10.15-­‐12.15, Friday Chair: Maja Horst Papers: Quantifying and simulating human sensation – relating science and technology of indoor climate research Laila Zwisler, Teknologihistorie DTU The lost specification of ‘change’ Signe Vikkelsø, associate prof., CBS & Paul du Gay Inscribing Creativity Into Economics in a Somewhat Creative Fashion Jan Løhmann Stephensen, Information studies, Aarhus University Communicating Science – Shaping Scientific Identities Maja Horst, Department of Organization, CBS Translations, boundaries and actor-­networks, lille auditorium, 13.00-­‐15.00, Friday Chair: Arne Wangel Papers: Boundary issues on the Dogger Bank: The role of science in selecting Natura 2000 Marine Protected Areas Ditte Degnbol, PhD fellow, Innovative Fisheries Management – an AAU Research Centre Web-­visions as performers of sociality -­ mapping the controversy about synthetic biology Anders Koed Madsen, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Organization The making of an elite performance Jesper Stilling Olesen Travelling concepts lost in translation -­ the case of Capacity Development in aid interventions Arne Wangel, DTU Management, Technical University of Denmark Page 6 of 6 

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