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February 2018

Emerging Technologies & Automated Worlds

February 1 @ 13:00 - 17:00

publicETHOS #25 by Distinguished Professor Sarah Pink (+ workshop) IT-University of Copenhagen, Auditorium 4 Thursday February 1st 2018 at 13:00 How do we attend to and record the work that goes into making futures with data? In the first public lecture of the ETHOS 2018 Speculative Instruments theme, Professor Pink’s talk on Emerging Technologies & Automated Worlds speaks to the labours, frictions and infrastructures produced by efforts to put data to work. It considers the sense of possibility of being…

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Public panel discussion: From policy to practice – data management and infrastructure

February 7 @ 14:00

Welcome to the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies, 7 February 2018, 14.00-17.00, followed by reception. Recent years have seen a steady increase in policy statements from national and international bodies concerning the management of scientific data. From the European Open Science Cloud to the recent Swedish Research Council review of infrastructures, policy is becoming practice with important implications for scientific facilities, researchers, funding bodies and technical experts. Large research facilities like MAX IV and ESS provide opportunities for groundbreaking scientific…

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March 2018

Conference on Datafication and Healthcare: transformative practices, roles and knowledge

March 19 @ 09:00 - 17:00

Conference: March 19th 2018, Seminar: March 20th 2018 http://conferences.au.dk/datafication2018/ The conference and seminar explore challenges and potentials of datafication in healthcare. How does datafication of healthcare transform the practices and roles of different actors such as clinicians, clerical staff, patients, care givers, healthcare administrators and decision makers? Improvement of quality and management of healthcare services informed by data has long been a vision for healthcare practitioners, administrators, decision makers, regulatory agencies and IT system providers. The construction and development of information infrastructures…

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Seminar on Datafication and Healthcare: transformative practices, roles and knowledge

March 20 @ 09:00 - 12:00

Conference: March 19th 2018, Seminar: March 20th 2018 http://conferences.au.dk/datafication2018/ The conference and seminar explore challenges and potentials of datafication in healthcare. How does datafication of healthcare transform the practices and roles of different actors such as clinicians, clerical staff, patients, care givers, healthcare administrators and decision makers? Improvement of quality and management of healthcare services informed by data has long been a vision for healthcare practitioners, administrators, decision makers, regulatory agencies and IT system providers. The construction and development of information…

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Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Brit Ross Winthereik

March 23 @ 14:00 - 15:00

Professor Brit Ross Winthereik will give her inaugural professorial lecture ‘Seeing through infrastructure: Ethnographies of health IT, development aid, energy, and data’ on Friday, March 23, 2018 from 2-3pm. In this lecture, Brit Ross Winthereik places her research on IT infrastructures in the context of Science and Technology Studies, arguing for the value of using ethnographic methods and situated analytics. Read more about the event here.

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May 2018

DASTS Conference at ITU 24-25 May 2018

May 24 - May 25
IT-Universitetet, Rued Langgaardsvej 7
København S, 2300 Denmark
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DASTS Biennial Conference Theme: Engaging ‘the Data Moment’ May 24th/25th 2018 at the IT University of Copenhagen Our contemporary moment is increasingly characterized by and through data. Imaginaries run wild; data is the new oil, the new currency, our new vehicle of growth, even. From quantified-self movements, to newly emerging forms of economics (such as bit coin and platform capitalism), to sensing-based environments (the internet of things), to the Janus-faced potentials of data analytics, data continues to proliferate, and in…

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