Participation in meetings
To keep up-to-date, I regularly attend meetings where key enabling technologies, or related aspects are discussed. I also present results of the projects I participate in at scientific conferences and workshops. In some projects, we organise workshops or seminars to collect stakeholder inputs. Below, some upcoming and recent events are listed.
Let me know if we can meet somewhere.
Dr. Ineke Malsch
PO Box 455
Tel: +31 (0)6 22670580,
Fax: +31 (0)842 137482,
Upcoming networking events
20 November 2018. SDG Charter event. SER, Den Haag: https://gateway.sdgcharter.nl/user/15/groups
23 November 2018. Speelklok-museum, Utrecht. Alumni-meeting University of Utrecht. www.uu.nl
30 November 2018. Teaching & Learning Lab autumn festival. University Utrecht, NL. https://www.uu.nl/agenda/tll-herfstfestival-2018-0
11-12 December 2018 MicroNanoConference, Amsterdam, https://fhi.nl/micronanoconference/ I present a co-authored poster on Nano2All.
29-31 October 2018, INDTECH 2018, Vienna, Austria. I presented “Skills for risk management”, on behalf of the Nano2All project. https://www.indtech2018.eu/
25-27 June 2018. S.NET 2018. Maastricht, The Netherlands. http://www.maastrichtsts.nl/snet/ I presented “Future Technologies We Want”
4-5 June 2018. JRC-FTA 2018 conference, Brussel. With partners of Nano2All www.nano2all.eu we organised a hands-on session: “Exploring Nanotechnology strategies with the Scenario Exploration System”. https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/fta2018
30 April 2018. Paulo Martins interviews me online about Future Technologies We Want. www.nanotecnologiadoavesso.org
9-12 April 2018. 11th OECD conference on Rural Development, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. I contribute as invited lecturer to a panel on the Future of Health. http://www.oecd.org/rural/rural-development-conference/
13-17 March 2018. World Forum on Science and Democracy, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. I held a video lecture on Future Technologies We Want. http://www.fmsd-wfsd.org/es/
14-15 March 2018. Dual use export seminar, Ukraine. I presented Do-It-Yourself ethics of dual use technology.
12-13 December 2017. The Sense of Contact. Side event international MicroNanoConference, Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam. I presented a poster on Do-It-Yourself ethics of sensor networks.
20-21 November 2017, PRISMA workshop Berlin. I participated in panel discussion on experience in EU projects on responsible innovation.
27 October 2017, INCOBRA workshop Responsible Research and Innovation, Porto Alegre, Brazil. I was key-note lecturer on responsible innovation.
12-13 October 2017, ISTC-seminar dual use export controls, Astana, Kazakhstan. I present do-it-yourself ethics of dual use technology.
18-19 September 2017, SATORI final conference, Brussels. I presented posters on Nano2All and SYNENERGENE.
22 May 2017, Paulo Martins interviewed me in the Internet-TV-programme NanoAlerta
23-24 April 2017, SYNENERGENE policy workshop, Brussels. I was co-organiser.
1-3 March 2017, Risk Governance for Key Enabling Technologies Policy Forum, Venice, Italy. I presented “Pitfalls of Interdisciplinarity” and participated in a panel discussion on risk governance
7-9 February 2017, New Tools and Approaches for Nanomaterial Safety Assessment Conference, Malaga, Spain. I presented “DECISION SUPPORT IN COLLECTIVE DIALOGUE ON INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF NANOMATERIALS”
24 January 2017: Paulo Martins interviewed me about Nanotechnology for Water and Renewable Energy in Internet TV programme Nanotechnology Inside Out.
11-13 December 2016, BALEWARE 2016 at NM-AIST, Arusha, Tanzania. I was co-organiser and presented Nanotechnology for Water and Renewable Energy.
12-14 October 2016, The S.NET 2016: The Co-Production of Emerging Bodies, Politics and Technologies. I co-organised a special session on ‘Setting the agenda for NANO2ALL dialogues’, at University of Bergen, Norway.
5 October 2016: 3rd SUN Stakeholder Workshop, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. I was co-organiser
24-25 June 2016: Synthetic Biology – Visions of the Future. SYNENERGENE Forum, NEMO, Amsterdam: I contributed as expert to sessions on synthetic biology, culture and religion and on biosecurity and freedom.