final program - STS Italia

final program - STS Italia

ROGRAMME GENERAL PROGRAMME THURSDAY 24th 9.00 – Welcome and registration 10.30-11.00 – Introduction and Greetings 11.00-12.30 – Opening Plenary: Fel...

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ROGRAMME

GENERAL PROGRAMME THURSDAY 24th 9.00 – Welcome and registration 10.30-11.00 – Introduction and Greetings 11.00-12.30 – Opening Plenary: Felix Ekardt (Universität Rostock ), Christine Fassert (IRSN and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Luigi Pelizzoni (Università di Trieste) Sociotechnical Environments: Actors, Technologies, Geographies and New Kinds of Action 12.30-14.00 – Lunch 14.00-15.30 – Parallel Sessions  Track 1. Open Track  Track 4. Contemporary Art as Mediation of Ecological Crisis  Track 5. Sociotechnical Environments and Practice-Centred Mobilizations: Exploring the Interface  Track 9. Environmental Sustainability, Socio-Technical Transitions and Practices  Track 11. Gendering, Learning, and Work Practices in Technologically Dense Environments  Track 17. Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects 15.30-16.00 – Coffee Break 16.00-17.30 – Parallel Sessions  Track 1. Open Track  Track 4. Contemporary Art as Mediation of Ecological Crisis  Track 5. Sociotechnical Environments and Practice-Centred Mobilizations: Exploring the Interface  Track 9. Environmental Sustainability, Sociotechnical Transitions and Practices  Track 11. Gendering, Learning, and Work Practices in Technologically Dense Environments  Track 13. Sociotechnical Infrastructures and Ecological Environments 18.00-19.00 – Tecnoscienza-Italian Journal of Science and Technology Studies presents: Challenging STS: Digital Publishing and Digital Circulation 19.00-20.00 – Welcome Aperitif

FRIDAY 25th 9.00-10.30 – Parallel Sessions  Track 6. Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to the Environments of Care  Track 9. Environmental Sustainability, Sociotechnical Transitions and Practices  Track 11. Gendering, Learning, and Work Practices in Technologically Dense Environments  Track 13. Sociotechnical Infrastructures and Ecological Environments  Track 17. Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects  Track 18. Aligning Biotechnologies, Clinical Labor and Knowledge: The Reconfiguration of Contemporary Biomedical Landscapes  Track 19. It's Not All About Numbers: Gendering Processes in Technologies and Technological Careers  Track 21. Shaping Responsibility in Socio-Technical Environments 11.00-12.30 – Plenary session: Jennifer Gabrys (Goldsmiths University of London) Environmental Sensors and Planetary Computerization: Remaking Milieus and Subjects through New Sensing Practices 12.30-14.00 – Lunch

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14.00-15.30 – Parallel Sessions  Track 2. Let’s Do Retro-ANT!  Track 6. Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to the Environments of Care  Track 8. Exploring Sociotechnical Forms of City Making  Track 11. Gendering, Learning, and Work Practices in Technologically Dense Environments  Track 12. Communicating Research in Public  Track 13. Sociotechnical Infrastructures and Ecological Environments  Track 14. Media Environments: Metaphors, Ecologies, Materialities, Infrastructures  Track 17. Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects  Track 18. Aligning Biotechnologies, Clinical Labor and Knowledge: The Reconfiguration of Contemporary Biomedical Landscapes 15.30-16.00 – Coffee Break 16.00-17.00 – Parallel Sessions  Track 1. Open Track  Track 3. Beyond “Nightmares” and “Promises”: Politics and Practices of Health SelfTracking  Track 8. Exploring Sociotechnical Forms of City Making  Track 10. Towards an Ecology of Neglected Things  Track 12. Communicating Research in Public  Track 15. Fukushima and the “Reactivation” of Nexus between Knowledge Production, Expertise and Governmental Decisions  Track 16. Robotics in Everyday-Life of Sociotechnical Environments: STS Perspectives  Track 17. Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects  Track 20. The Use of Imaging Technologies in the Biomedical Field. New Expertise, Practices and Professional Visions 17.15-18.45 – STS Italia Meeting 20.30 – Social Dinner

SATURDAY 26th 9.00-10.30 – Parallel Sessions  Track 1. Open Track  Track 2. Let’s Do Retro-ANT!  Track 3. Beyond “Nightmares” and “Promises”: Politics and Practices of Health SelfTracking  Track 7. Algorithmic Social Influence  Track 10. Towards an Ecology of Neglected Things  Track 14. Media Environments: Metaphors, Ecologies, Materialities, Infrastructures  Track 15. Fukushima and the “Reactivation” of Nexus between Knowledge Production, Expertise and Governmental Decisions  Track 16. Robotics in Everyday-Life of Sociotechnical Environments: STS Perspectives  Track 17. Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects  Track 19. It's Not All About Numbers: Gendering Processes in Technologies and Technological Careers  Track 20. The Use of Imaging Technologies in the Biomedical Field. New Expertise, Practices and Professional Visions 10.30-11.00 – Coffee Break 11.00-12.30 – Plenary session: Steve Yearley (Edinburgh University) Key Convergences between STS and Environmental Sociology: Understanding Nature Within the Discourse of Science 12.30 – Concluding Remarks and Greetings -3-

DETAILED TRACK PROGRAMME TRACK 1: Open Track 1.1. Thursday, November 24, 14.00-15.30 Chair: Roberta Raffaetà (Università di Milano Bicocca)    

Stephen Herring – Information Salvage Daniel Dobrogorsky – Designing autonomous objects for everyday life Francesco Ermanno Guida, Ernesto Voltaggio, Camilla Ferrari, Serena Liistro, Mauro Vitali – Emotions behind a sphere. Experimentations for an interactive object communicating brand values and encouraging behavioural changes (or reactions) Andrea Russo, Samuele Barone – Fluid Li-Fi on Demotic services

1.2. Thursday, November 24, 16.00-17.30 Chair: to be confirmed   

António Carvalho – Assembling Mindfulness: silence, emergence, neurons and biopolitics Ricardo Saint-Clair – Interrelations between human agency and object agency within co-making environments Mauro Ceconello, Davide Spallazzo – Designing digital encounters and their agency on users. A case study.

1.3. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00 Chair: to be confirmed   

Roberto Franco Greco – Open innovation e tutela guridica dell’ambiente. Il caso dell’open source seed initiative François Thoreau, Fanny Duysens – What can a diagnosis do? The case of the “geneticization” of autism Ilaria Galasso, Giuseppe Testa – Precision Medicine between environmental ‘acknowledgementism’ and ‘interventionism’

1.4. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30 Chair: to be confirmed   

Francesca Bitetto, Angela Balzotti, Rosa Gallelli, Cosimo Imperiale, Silvio Vacca – Nuovi paesaggi urbani e benessere individuale e collettivo Gionata Gatto – Geomerce: Turning Arabidopsis Halleris into German Miners. A case study situated in North-Rhein Westfalia, involving Speculative Design, Ecology and Plant Neurobiology. Ye-seul Kim – Social spirits and technologies

TRACK 2: Let’s Do Retro-ANT! Convenors: Alvise Mattozzi (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano), Annalisa Pelizza (University of Twente) 2.1. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30    

Alvise Mattozzi – Retro-ANT: an introduction Federico Cabitza – Scripts volant, configurations manent. Getting the useful from descriptions, to free design from designations Annalisa Pelizza – Disciplining change, displacing frictions. Digital circulation across government databases and the quest for data quality Judith Igelsböck – Engaging the vintage-concept of the ‘script’ in industrial innovation studies - Or how retro-ANT is perfect but not enough -4-

2.2. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30   

Giuditta Bassano – Niente altro che argomenti e fascicoli. Note sui presupposti della svolta materialistica in La fabbrica del diritto Victoria Gorton – Enrolling and translating: experiences of using ANT in an educational research setting Francesco Galofaro – Semiotic machines: portrait of an Actor-Network as a finite state automaton

TRACK 3: Beyond “Nightmares” and “Promises”: Politics and Practices of Health Self-Tracking Convenors: Francesco Miele (FBK - Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento), Enrico Maria Piras (FBK Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento) 3.1. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

Nicola Doppio, Enrico Maria Piras – Tracking as family gaming. Self-tracking practices between social ties and external rewards. Monika Urban – Senior a cyborg

3.2. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30   

Tariq Osman Andersen – The win-win of self-tracking: insights from making symptom experiences a boundary negotiating artefact Veronica Moretti, Barbara Morsello – Metior ergo sum: quantificare la salute attraverso il selftracking Alberto Zanutto – "I wanted to have his exams looked at by whom I wanted and how I wanted without always having to ask!" Personal health data in frequent users’ life: from institutional design to self-tracking

TRACK 4: Contemporary Art as Mediation of Ecological Crisis Convenors: Monsaingeon Baptiste (CNRS/Centre Alexandre Koyré, Paris), Raineau Laurence (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) 4.1. Thursday, November 24, 14.00-15.30   

Marion Roussel – Architecture, Technique and environmental issues Marta Gasparin, Schinckus Christophe – Corporate social responsibility: art of thinking or artistic thought? A ready-made investigation Giacomo Festi – Branding art: painting techniques, sustainability, esthetics and participation renegotiated in marketing practices

4.2. Thursday, November 24, 16.00-17.30   

Azadeh Nilchiani, Miguel Almiron – Sound art, a way to ecological awareness Emmanuel Ferrand – Synthetic biology as the new frontier of contemporary art: bioart and biohackers in the context of the environmental crisis. Sana Boukhris, Miguel Almiron – The connection between digital body and universe

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TRACK 5: Sociotechnical Environments and Practice-Centred Mobilizations: Exploring the Interface Convenor: Luigi Pellizzoni (Università di Trieste) 5.1. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Roberto Cantoni – La battaglia di Żurawlów. Formazione di expertise profana nel caso nel gas di scisto in Polonia Alvise Mattozzi, Tiziana Piccioni – Latte e lotte. Sulla difficoltà di costituirsi in movimento di allevatori, distributori automatici, microbi e mucche Dario Padovan, Osman Arrobbio – Making energy grids smarter. Decomposing and reassembling socio-technical apparatuses. Pasi Pohjolainena, Pekka Jokinen – Innovative niches of critical consumption – experimenting meat reduction practices within a social media campaign

5.2. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Diletta Luna Calibeo, Richard Hindmarsh – Exploring the interface of environmental activism and sociotechnical practices of new and social media surveillance Ilaria Mariani, Andréa Poshar – Activism and games. Exploring boundaries Andréa Poshar – Of walls and holograms: expanding the territory of activism

TRACK 6: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to the Environments of Care Convenors: Jérôme Michalon (Max Weber Center, France), Nicolae Stefan (University of Trier), Cristina Popescu (EHESS, France) 6.1. Thursday, November 24, 14.00-15.30    

Stefan Nicolae – Gaps and bridges between care and normativity Benjamin Lipp – The techno-politics of Care. European innovation policies and the robotisation of elderly care Cecilia Colloseus – “You can't put the whole birth into words! But let me tell you: the most important thing is that someone takes good care of you.” Narratives of giving birth Miriam Halstein – Ambivalences of care: Monitoring in NICU

6.2. Thursday, November 24, 16.00-17.30    

Cristina Popescu – Accessible learning environments. When care meets sociotechnical innovations for pupils with disabilities Lucien Tisserand – High fidelity simulation in healthcare: negotiating the roles while negotiating the real Silvia Fornasini, Enrico Maria Piras, Francesco Miele – Making chemotherapy/reshaping coordination. Infrastructuring administration systems in two hospital departments Nervo X. Verdezoto – Understanding the medication work in nonclinical settings: the case of older adults’ medication practices

TRACK 7: Algorithmic Social Influence Convenor: Giuseppe A. Veltri (University of Leicester) 7.1. Saturday, 26 November, 9.00-10.30  

Giuseppe Tipaldo – Algorithms and big data: the road is paved with black boxes (and methodological issues) Giacomo Scillia – Strategie cognitive e razionalità limitata nella progettazione del software

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Nikolaus Pöchhacker, Andrea Geipel, Marcus Burkhardt, Jan-Hendrik Passoth – Coding relevance. Algorithmic recommender systems as mediators in media publics Federico Fiorelli – Il lavoro nella e-society: polarizzazione della struttura professionale e scomparsa delle professioni esprimibili in termini algoritmici Seppo Poutanen, Hannu Salmi – Finnish elite culture in 1640-1910: approaches to digitalized mapping and theorizing of powerful actors in the Finnish public debate

TRACK 8: Exploring Sociotechnical Forms of City Making Convenors: Claudio Coletta (NIRSA, Maynooth University), Liam Heaphy (NIRSA, Maynooth University), Sung-Yueh Perng (NIRSA, Maynooth University) 8.1. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Tomás S. Criado – Urban accessibility issues: technoscientific democratizations at the documentation interface Kim Kullman – Un/Responsiveness: the politics of bodies in street furniture design Monika Maria Kustra, Jörg Rainer Noennig – Smart city selling? Corporate approaches on the smart city concept and urban business models

8.2. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

Torben Elgaard Jensen – Tracing AirBnB controversies: the making of sharing economies and policy responses in 4 European cities Claudio Coletta, Heapy Perngi – Civic hacking and testbedding as alternative city making

TRACK 9: Environmental Sustainability, Sociotechnical Transitions and Practices Convenors: Paolo Giardullo (Università di Padova), Sonia Brondi (Sapienza Università di Roma) 9.1. Thursday, November 25, 14.00-15.30    

Felix Ekardt – Energy transition: technological change or behavioral change? Natalia Magnani – Processi di intermediazione e pratiche innovative di consumo/produzione di energia rinnovabile Alfredo Agustoni – Technological clusters, energy transitions and social change Amit Akoijam – Exploring knowledge production and innovation ecosystem in the solar energy sector in India

9.2. Thursday, November 24, 16.00-17.30  Matthew Del Sesto – People-plant interactions and the emergence of ecological self  Alexander Castleton – Internet and Inuit subsistence  Samantha MacBride – What a bag can do: compostable shopping bags and their role in reconfiguring urban material practice 9.3. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Francesca Cubeddu – Efficienza Energetica, “emblema” di sostenibilità ambientale, sociale, politica ed economica Maruska Strada, Luca Vecchio – ISO 14001 in practice: the promotion of ecological behaviour in and of organisations Nuno Boavida – The use of knowledge on decisions of sustainable electric mobility Giulia Scocciolini – Le rappresentazioni sociali dei biocarburanti a Porto Marghera

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TRACK 10 : Towards an Ecology of Neglected Things Convenors: Jeanne Guien (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Gabriel Dorthe (Université de Lausanne & Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) 10.1. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

Daniel Neyland, Marta Gasparin – A mundane economic exchanges: the second life of neglected things Joanna Croft – Gleaning, dreaming and encountering hyperobjects on the way to work: the ecopoetics of car park beach

10.2. Friday, Saturday 26, 9.00-10.30   

Valentina Marcheselli – Shadow biosphere and life as-we-don't-know-it Cléo Collomb – Making computational machines matter Sara Tocchetti – The unspoken: neglected discourses and emotions in becoming a different life scientist

TRACK 11: Gendering, Learning, and Work Practices in Technologically Dense Environments Convenors: Mariacristina Sciannamblo (Sapienza, Università di Roma), Assunta Viteritti (Sapienza, Università di Roma) 11.1. Thursday, November 24, 14.00-15.30   

Sveva Avveduto, Daniela Luzi, Maria Carolina Brandi, Loredana Cerbara, Maria Girolama Caruso, Lucio Pisacane, Ilaria Di Tullio – Le ricercatrici in fisica: primi risultati di un progetto di ricerca Chandni Vadhvana – Understanding the life of women scientists Veronica Paksi – The gendered life courses in engineering: work-life balance and motherhood during postgraduate studies

11.2. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Mariacristina Sciannamblo – “The hard hat problem": women traveling in the male world of computing Maria Silvia D’Avolio – Developing an organic strategy of change to challenge gendered stereotypes around the technological (in)capacity of women in architecture Ilenia Picardi, Maria Carmela Agodi – Il mentoring come strumento di valorizzazione della dimensione di genere nell’accademia Camilla Barbanti, Alessandro Ferrante – L’(in)differenza di genere nella sociomaterialità della scuola steineriana. Un’esperienza di ricerca

11.3. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Asrun Matthiasdottir and Jona Palsdottir – Where are the girls in STEM? Athena Enderstein – Binding gender and technology: emergent methods and employability research Terje Tüür-Fröhlich – Female academics - Symbolic domination by numbers. Commercial citation indexing discriminates female academics with non-ASCII names

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TRACK 12: Communicating Research in Public Convenors: Giuseppe Pellegrini (Observa Science in Society, Vicenza), Barbara Saracino (Università di Napoli Federico II) 12.1. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30    

Giuseppe Tipaldo – Apriti scienza: lo stato della comunicazione della scienza in Italia Andrea Rubin – Beyond crystallization of newsworthiness. When communicating research seems impossible Federico Brandmayr – Drawing boundaries between science and civil service Michelle Kasprzak – Artist as science communicator

12.2. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

Valérie November – The Risk inSight exhibition Ana Daldon – The challenge of collecting and exhibiting the future

TRACK 13: Sociotechnical Infrastructures and Ecological Environments Convenor: Giuseppina Pellegrino (Università della Calabria) 13.1. Thursday, November 24, 16.00-16.30   

Vivek Kant, Alexander Demos – The engineered dimension of sociotechnical systems Iaci Penteado – Riverine population, natural environment and technological artifacts: ecology of a sociotechnical network in Brazilian Amazon Silvia Bruzzone – Innovation and the mastery of micro-pollutants contained in stormwater runoff. The design perspective

13.2. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Oana Mitrea – Autonomous automobilities and the Interplay of infrastructures Roberta Cuel, Giusi Orobona, Diego Ponte – Changing complex socio-technical infrastructures: the case of air traffic management Andrea Resmini, He Tan, Vladimir Tarasov, Anders Adlemo – #ViewFromTheOffice – Reconceptualizing the workplace as an information-based ecosystem Sulfikar Amir – Sociotechnical infrastructures and ecological environments

13.3. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Teresa Macchia – Infrastructuring is the new black. Challenges and opportunities of a fascinating intellectual tool Alessandro Mongili – Infrastructuring in design and development practices Gianmarco Campagnolo, Hung The Nguyen, Robin Williams – Digital copyright hub and the politics of infrastructural delegation

TRACK 14: Media Environments: Metaphors, Ecologies, Materialities, Infrastructures Convenors: Paolo Magaudda (Università di Padova), Sergio Minniti (IULM Milano) 14.1. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30  

Richard Hindmarsh, Diletta Luna Calibeo – The potential of new and social media for environmental activism in contexts of media ecology and society Jean-Baptiste Gouyon – Constructing the scientists-broadcasters relationship on British television in the post war. The case of wildlife filmmaking -9-



Tincuta Heinzel, Svenja Keune – Al Dente textiles. Notes on edible textiles as economic and ecological intermediality

14.2. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30   

Mariana Ciancia, Simone Tosoni – (re)Shaping imaginaries. The evolution of practices, interfaces and forms in the fan vidding phenomenon Paolo Bory, Gabriele Balbi – “Limiting” digital media: a theoretical approach Simone Tosoni – Enacting infrastructures: the case of Cadorna station

TRACK 15: Fukushima and the “Reactivation” of Nexus between Knowledge Production, Expertise and Governmental Decisions Convenors: Christine Fassert (IRSN & Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Reiko Hasegawa (Sciences Po, Paris) 15.1. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

Masae Yuasa – Fukushima and black rain class action lawsuit: reactivating the nexus of knowledge production, expertise and government decisions Rina Kojima – The lawsuits of the inhabitants of Fukushima: ‘solidarity in the fear’ after the nuclear accident

15.2. Saturday, 26 November, 9.00-10.30   

Michiel van Oudheusden, Ine Van Hoyweghen, Shoko Tanaka – The end of citizen science as we know it? Public participation in nuclear sciences and technologies after Fukushima Davide Orsini – Nuclear accidents and sociotechnical controversies: the rationalizing role of citizens participation in La Maddalena Kohta Juraku, Shin-etsu Sugawara – Glory and failure of “SPEEDI” system: historical sociology of real-time simulation-informed emergency radiation protection scheme in Japan

TRACK 16: Robotics in Everyday-Life Sociotechnical Environments: STS Perspectives Convenors: Maria Carmela Agodi (Università di Napoli Federico II), Ilenia Picardi (Università di Napoli Federico II) 16.1. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00   

Gugliemo Tamburrini – The ethical framing of research programs in robotics: an issue for STS perspectives? Tuomo Särkikoski, Satu Pekkarinen, Jaana Parviainen – Ageing and care robots for the future towards analyzing scripts, scenarios and scenes behind proactive technology Annalisa Dordoni – Robotica e lavoro: riflessioni sulle conseguenze socio-politiche dell'automazione

16.2. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30   

Maria Carmela Agodi, Ilenia Picardi – What’s going on in the surgery room? Observing the social impact of Da Vinci System at work Daniele Amoroso, Guglielmo Tamburrini - The convergence of ethical and legal arguments for banning autonomous weapons systems Andrea Russo, Gaetano Di Stefano – Fluid Li-Fi on domotic services

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TRACK 17: Designing Objects that Act. The Contribution of Interaction Design to the Theories of the Agency of Objects Convenors: Paolo Volonté (Politecnico di Milano), Sara Colombo (Politecnico di Milano) 17.1. Thursday, November 24, 14.00-15.30    

Lodovico Marchesini, Elif Ozcan – Intriguingly familiar. Embracing ambiguity in product design Juan de la Rosa – The concept of displacement (in the agency) of objects on the design process: a proposal for a possible framework for design research Kaajal Modi – The culture of practice: Interrogating collaborative making in design research Margherita Pillan – Smart digital solutions and desirable human-machine interactions: a contribution in terms of design methodology

17.2. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Stefano Maffei – Towards a post‐human interaction era. Refocusing the idea of agency in the shift from individual user culture to digitally integrated systems’ culture Ruth Neubauer – Reconceptualising design practices Neslihan Tepehan – Agency as a potential Arno Veroeven, Fabrizio Gesuelli, Graig Martin, Chris Speed – Multi-scalar object agencies. The Goldilocks affect

17.3. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Patrizia Marti – Designing behaviours for reciprocal engagement Massimo Micocci, Gabriella Spinelli, Marco Ajovalasit – Actualizing agency through smart products: smart materials and metaphors in support of the ageing population Valentina Rognoli, Stefano Parisi – Interaction matters. A materials experience’s perspective on agency of objects

17.4. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00   

Sara Bergamaschi, Jelle van Dijk – F.E.E.L.: promoting sustainable behaviour through material interactive coupling Daria Casciani, Fulvio Musante – What light does: reflecting on the active social effects of lighting design and technology Daniele Duranti, Davide Spallazzo, Raffaella Trocchianesi – Tangible interaction and cultural heritage. An analysis of the agency of smart objects and gesture-based systems

17.5. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30    

Silvia Doria – Designing safety. The agency of PPE in everyday work practices Giovanni Marmont – Acts of use from Gestell to Gelassenheit: calculative thinking and exploratory doing Davide Spallazzo, Ilaria Mariani – LBMGs and boundary objects. Negotiations of meaning between real and unreal Secil Yavuz, Nitzan Cohen, Roberta Bonetti – When objects tell stories. Children designing future smart objects

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TRACK 18: Aligning Biotechnologies, Clinical Labor and Knowledge: The Reconfiguration of Contemporary Biomedical Landscapes Convenors: Stefano Crabu (Università di Padova), Manuela Perrotta (Queen Mary, University of London) 18.1. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30   

Antonio Francesco Maturo – Self-tracking, inter-veillance and the “endoptikon”. Why health apps have accelerated bio-medicalization Sylvain Besle, Pascale Bourret – From clinical trials to the clinic: translating genomic research into routine oncology practice Paolo Crivellari - Allineare ricerca di base e ricerca applicata nelle biotecnologie del settore medico: uno studio di caso francese su un procedimento innovativo di sequenziamento del DNA

18.2. Friday, November 25, 14.00-15.30   

Francisco Nunes – The medication reminder as enforcing a medicalised perspective on daily life Lucia Martinelli and Lucia Busatta – Frozen oocytes: polemic bio-objects to reconfigurate women’s and men’s wishes, fears and contradictions Saheli Datta – Old policies, new science and global publics: governing stem cell research and therapies in India and China

TRACK 19: It's not All about Numbers: Gendering Processes in Technologies and Technological Careers Convenors: Annalisa Murgia (Università di Trento), Barbara Poggio (Università di Trento) 19.1. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Venkatesh Sujatha – Gender asymmetries in science and technology in India and the world. Interplay of social structure and culture Günther Elisabeth Anna – Let’s talk about… Reflexivity as tool for implementing a habitus-sensitive culture Daniela Ferri, Tatiana Arrigoni, Ornella Mich, Anna Perini – A web resource for gender aware PhD supervision Virginija Šidlauskienė, Gintautas Jazdauskas – Strategy for institutional cultural change. Guiding universities to gender equality

19.2. Saturday, November 26, 9.00-10.30   

Marita Haas, Helene Schiffbaenker – “(do not) Publish with your supervisor!”. The ambivalent construction of independence in a scientific career Anne-Sophie Godfroy – It’s about numbers: a critical perspective on measuring gender equality. The challenging issues raised by the GenderTime project Patrizia Garengo, Chiara Salatin, Giovanni Bernardi – Challenging the norm: technologies, organisations and inclusive innovation

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TRACK 20: The Use of Imaging Technologies in the Biomedical Field. New Expertise, Practices and Professional Visions Convenors: Marina Maestrutti (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Barbara Pentimalli (Sapienza Università di Roma) 20.1. Friday, November 25, 16.00-17.00  

José A. Pires Jorge – Diagnostic radiographers’ skills and radiologists competencies: boundaries and overlapping Vanessa Rémery, Laurent Filliettaz – Co-operative action in complex and guided technology environments: the example of X-ray technicians

20.2. Saturday, November 26, 09.00-10.30   

Marie-Charlotte Bailly – La costruzione del senso nella produzione e nell’interpretazione delle immagini mediche in radioterapia: una prospettiva enattiva Serena Naim, Manuela Perrotta – And the winner is… Professional vision enhancement VS. algorithms in embryo selection Miriam Ronca – Il corpo frammentato nelle immagini laparoscopiche

TRACK 21: Shaping Responsibility in Socio-Technical Environments Convenor: Simone Arnaldi (Università di Padova) 21.1. Friday, November 25, 9.00-10.30    

Patrizia Famà, Lucia Martinelli – RRI in science museums: stimulating engagement in contemporary science Robert Gianni, John Pearson – Responsibility as the removal of ‘communicative’ barriers: the example of border controls Andrea Lorenzet – Responsibility and realeconomiks. Technoscientific controversies on pesticides pollution in the Prosecco wine production areas of the north-east of Italy Renato Ponciano – A national law as an actor-network: how Guatemala’s general electricity law of 1996 shaped the environmental conflicts over hydroelectricity.

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Organizing Team Scientific Committee Attila Bruni, Università di Trento, Italy Massimiano Bucchi, Università di Trento, Italy Michela Cozza, Mälardalen University, Sweden Vincenzo D'Andrea, Università di Trento, Italy Antonella De Angeli, Università di Trento, Italy Marina Maestrutti, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France Paolo Magaudda, Università di Padova, Italy Federico Neresini, Università di Padova, Italy Luigi Pellizzoni, Università di Trieste, Italy Maurizio Teli, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, Portugal

Organizing committee Claudio Coletta, Maynooth University, Ireland Stefano Crabu, Università di Padova, Italy Silvia Fornasini, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy Paolo Giardullo, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy Teresa Macchia, Università di Trento, Italy Francesco Miele, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy Sergio Minniti, IULM (Libera università di lingue e comunicazione di Milano), Italy Mariacristina Sciannamblo, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Italy Giacomo Poderi, Università di Trento, Italy

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