RRI Workshop "Lost in Translation?"
Moving Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) from the conceptual to the practise.
Place: Pilestredet 32 Room N020_113 Date and time: Thursday 16. November 2017 08:30 - 13.15
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) is becoming particularly important in fields such as information technology and the use of digital media. Digital methods and practices are increasingly common in research projects and innovation.
What does it mean in practical terms? How can we facilitate the uptake of RRI? How can we measure the impact of RRI?
In this workshop, we aim to initiate general reflections and open dialogue about responsible design, development and use of digital media for research. By digital media we here understand a wide variety of methods from data collection from social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter), voluntary reporting via tools (e.g. Mobile apps), online surveys, and similar.
- Professor Bernd Carsten Stahl . He is a prominent academic in the field of RRI, with significant and important academic contributions.
- Helge Rynning from the Research Council of Norway. The Research Council have been in the forefront of implementing requirements for ethical and societal in their calls.
08:30-09:00: Registration. Coffee/Tea, sandwiches will be served
09:00-09:05: Welcome and main purpose of the workshop. Harald Throne-Holst, SIFO/HiOA
09:10-09:30: RRI as a philosophy of working life? – The iResponse project. Susana Lopez-Aparicio, NILU
09:30-10:15: KEYNOTE I: Measuring RRI in research projects. Prof. Bernd Carsten Stahl, Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
10:30-10:50: Socially responsible crowdsourcing – RRI. Harald Throne-Holst, SIFO/HiOA
10:50-11:15: KEYNOTE II: Operationalizing RRI – A view from a research founder. Helge Rynning, Special Advisor, Responsible innovation and corporate social responsibility, Research Council of Norway
11:15-12:15: OPEN DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION. In three stations, we will discuss the three questions of the day.
12:15-12:30: Summary and take home messages. (Selamawit Molla Fossum IFI (UiO)/ Harald Throne-Holst, SIFO (HiOA)
12:30-13:15: LUNCH, MINGLING, INFORMAL DISCUSSION Thanks for your participation and farewell
Welcome to an interesting, interactive and thought-provoking workshop on the 16th November at HiOA!