SCALINGS at the International Lorentz Workshop

Leiden, 7th – 11th January 2019
Leiden, 7th – 11th January 2019
Erik Laes, Andreas Spahn and Gunter Bombaerts (TU/e) presented SCALINGS at the International Lorentz Workshop on “Exploring the Role of Values in RRI for Energy Systems” in Leiden. Read More

They explained how they will look at the role of moral values in the scaling of co-creation. While it is acknowledged that scaling of innovation needs co-creation, it is often forgotten that this also requires scaling of the co-creation method itself. It is therefore important to look at the role of socio-economic factors in general for the entire SCALNGS project and moral and epistemic values in particular. Participants showed enthusiasm. The need was acknowledged and many other cases were mentioned by the other participants, leading to future further exchange.

Exploring the Role of Values in RRI for Energy Systems

  • Chair: Prof. Dr. Judy Illes
    Canada Research Chair in Neuroethics, Professor of Neurology, Department of Medicine, Director, Neuroethics Canada, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • Prof. Dr. Karen Rommelfanger
    Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University, Atlanta, USA
  • Prof. Dr. Sebastian Pfotenhauer
    Professor of Innovation Research – Innovation, Society & Public Policy Group, Munich Center for Technology in Society, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Dr. Xiaodong Tao
    Vice Precedent, IFLYTEK CO., LTD., President of iFLY Health, People’s Republic of China
  • Dr. Paul Dagum
    Founder and CEO, Mindstrong Health, Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • Ms. Tan Le
    Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Emotiv, San Francisco, USA
  • Prof. Dr. Adrian Carter
    Associate Professor, Head, Neuroscience and Society Group, Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences, Monash University, Australia
  • Prof. Dr. Ricardo Andrés Chavarriaga Lozano
    Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CNBI – Chair in Brain-Machine Interface, Geneva, Switzerland
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