Academic Programme: Second INTERSECT Workshop

 

“Science and Technology Studies and the study of Europe”

2nd UACES Research Network – INTERSECT Workshop

University of Bath, 6-7 November 2018

Academic Programme

 

6 November 2018, TuesdayRoom 4E2.56

 

13.00              Arrival and Registration

13.15              Opening remarks

André Barrinha, University of Bath

Bruno Oliveira Martins, Peace Research Institute Oslo and Malmö University     

 

13:30              Session 1

Chair: André Barrinha, University of Bath

 

Fostering Ontological Insecurity:  A Framework For Understanding Information Warfare in the Modern Age 

Derek Bolton, University of Bath

 

Silo Thinking? The Public Policy Benefits of Reconnecting ‘EU CSDP Studies’ with STS and Defence Economics

Jocelyn Mawdsley, Newcastle University

 

Visions of the Future in Military Technology Development. Understanding Advanced and Future-Focused Security Projects with Co-production and Sociotechnical Imaginaries

Tom Hobson, University of Bath

 

 15:00              Coffee break

 

 15:15              Session 2

Chair: Bruno Oliveira Martins, Peace Research Institute Oslo and Malmö University

 

The Three Dilemmas of innovation Security

Brett Edwards, University of Bath

 

The Drone Age: A New Challenge for the European Union

Chantal Lavallée, Vrije Universiteit Brussel          

 

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Automation: Defending the European Union’s Strategic Edge

Raluca Csernatoni, Charles University in Prague

 

17:00              Keynote address – Room 4E2.56

Chair: Nicholas Startin, Chair of UACES and Head of Department, PoLIS University of Bath

 

Law, Science, Technology and Security Studies: Legal Protection by Design, Mireille Hildebrandt, VU Brussels

Discussant:  Kristoffer Lidén, Peace Research Institute Oslo

 

19:30              Dinner

 

7 November 2018, Wednesday – Innovation Centre, Seminar Room

 

09.45              Session 3

Chair: Karen Lund Petersen, University of Copenhagen

 

Towards Responsible Dual Use Framework

Inga Ulnicane, De Montfort University

 

Traveling tweets and texts: Social media evidence in terrorism financing court cases

Tasniem Anwar, University of Amsterdam

 

The Politics of EU Cybersecurity: Securitisation, technology and political ordering

Tobias Liebetrau, University of Copenhagen

 

De-scription of a Security Technology: Countering Terrorism Financing by Banks

Esmé Bosma, University of Amsterdam

 

12.00              Brown bag lunch Roundtable – STS and the study of Europe: future directions

André Barrinha, University of Bath

Kristoffer Lidén, Peace Research Institute Oslo and Malmö University

Karen Lund Petersen, University of Copenhagen

Bruno Oliveira Martins, Peace Research Institute Oslo

 

13.30              End of the workshop

 

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