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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th

PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4

17.30 – 19.30 WELCOME COCKTAIL (Courtyard - Dep. of Soc.)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5

08.00 ON-SPOT REGISTRATION (Hall - Dep. of Phil.)

Chair: Elif Çepni (Bahcesehir University)

08.30 WELCOME ADDRESSES (Auditorium - Dep. of Phil.)

Prof. Paolo Collini, Rector of the University of Trento

Garry Jacobs, Chief Executive Officer of World Academy of Art & Science

Dr. Eng. Marika Ferrari, Assessor for the environment of the Municipality of Trento

09.00 – 10.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.)

Roberto Poli (UNESCO Chair in Anticipatory Systems, University of Trento), Anticipation, Complexity and the Future

10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE BREAK (University canteen, via Tommaso Gar)

11.00 – 12.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.)

Riel Miller (UNESCO, Paris) Why Establishing the Discipline of Anticipation is a Necessary Condition for More Effective Strategies for Achieving Human Resilience

12.30 – 14.00: LUNCH (Archeologica – Dep. of Soc.)


14.00 – 16.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS A (Dep. of Soc.)


16.30 – 18.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS B (Dep. of Soc.)


 

14.00 – 16.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS A (Dep. of Soc.)

ANTICIPATION FOR A NEW PARADIGM 1 – Room 4

Chair: Winston Nagan (University of Florida)

JACOBS, Garry (World Academy of Arts and Science), Anticipation as a trans-disciplinary driver of social evolution

FIORINI, R. A. (Politecnico di Milano), No Anticipation, No Wellbeing!

SAAVEDRA-RIVANO, Neantro (University of Tsukuba), First Elements Towards the Foundations on an Anticipatory Approach in Economics

HOEDL, Eric (European Academy of Sciences and Arts), European Union's long-term anticipation studies 2025, 2030, and 2050

ANTICIPATION IN COMMUNITIES OF VISION – Room S18

Chair: Heather Moore (The Shape of Things, Berlin)

MOORE, Heather A. et al. (The Shape of Things, Berlin, KTH, Stockholm), Principles in forming communities of vision, practice and foresight

WEIG, Doerte (CSIC-IMF Barcelona), The moving body: changing our perception to anticipate new vision

SMETANINA, Tatiana (Udmurt State University), To anticipate what we would like to have

DESIGN AND ANTICIPATION 1: Transdisciplinary approaches: Theory – Room 3

Chair: Manuela Celi (Politecnico di Milano)

KOLTICK, Nicole (Drexel University-Design Futures Lab), Autonomous botanists

PLATZ, Axel and Marc HASSENZAHL (Siemens AG, University of Essen), Designing the future: from knowledge of change to an understanding of constants

TROMP, Nynke (TU Delft), Design on the basis of anticipated behavioural effects and long-term social implications

HALES, Derek (RCA, London), Anticipation & Contingency After the Future

EDUCATION AND ANTICIPATION 1: Design – Room 5

Chair: Keri Facer (University of Bristol)

DUGGAN, James R. (Manchester Metropolitan University), ‘Everybody Loves Robots’: Founding community engagement of young people and digital futures on enchantment

LITTLEJOHN, Deborah (North Carolina State University), Anticipation and action in graduate-level design programs: Building a theory of relationships among academic culture, professional identity and the teaching environment

LIANAKI-DEDOULI, Irianna and Jacques PLOUIN (UNESCO), Anticipation as a skill to reinforce the intercultural competences of global citizens 

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 1: Sustainability in design and architecture – Room 2

Chair: Daniele Fanzini (Politecnico di Milano)

BELLINI, Oscar Eugenio and Andrea PITTONI (Politecnico di Milano), Slums recovery: bamboo self-build shelters. A low-cost and low-tech challenge

FAGNONI, Raffaella and Mosè RICCI (Università di Genova), The future is backwards. Re-cycle as destiny

NABONI, Roberto and Mariela TSOPANOVA (Politecnico di Milano), Performance-based architecture. Learning from Nature’s anticipatory models

VIOLANO, Antonella (Seconda Università di Napoli), House like a tree: technological design for future 

FUTURES STUDIES 1 – Room 1

Chair: TBA

WALLENBORN, Grégoire (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Planning and foresight as two heterogeneous and complementary modes of thought

GROFF, Linda, (Global Options and Evolutionary Futures Consulting & California State University) Future Human Evolution and Views of the Future Human: Technology, Sustainability, Civilization, & Consciousness-Based Perspectives

KIENEGGER, Manuela et al. (Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna), From foresight to anticipation

LIFE ITSELF 1: living systems as “anticipatory” systems – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 3° floor

John Kineman (President ISSS)

  • Definitions and philosophical world view
  • Relational frameworks

NEAR FUTURE AS CULTURAL CONSTRUCT 1 – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 2° floor

Chair: Marco Bassi (University of Trento)

CHOWDHURY, Nusrat S. (Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Amherst College), Mines and signs: resource and political futures in Bangladesh

WESZKALNYS, Gisa (London School of Economics), ‘Road belong oil’? Speculating, waiting, and anticipating in a prospective oil economy

DEKA, Maitrayee (University of Milan), Anticipating a new politics in the electronic bazaars in Delhi

ODOK, Godwin (Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Nigeria), Schooling and anticipatory ‘learned helplessness’ in Northern Nigeria

PHILOSOPHY AND THE FUTURE 1 – Room 16

Chair: Tina Röck (Kassel University)

MORLEY, Neville (University of Bristol), Thucydides and the classical foundations of anticipation

LUCHETTI, Claudia (University of Tübingen), Between Utopian Past and Eternal Freedom. The Idealistic Conception of Future by Plato and Schelling

ALFIERO, Giacomo (University of Genoa), Future and surprise in Hume’s theory of time

DANILKINA, Natalia (University of Groningen), Future world as a transcendental object: Kant’s pre-methodological invention

SOCIOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE 1: Theoretical Perspectives – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Carmen Leccardi (University of Milano-Bicocca)

AMOZURRUTIA, José A. et al. (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Sociocybernetics, systems thinking and anticipation

MICA, Adriana (University of Warsaw), Anticipated but .. The Issue of Externalities and Side Effects in Sociology of the Unintended

CORBISIERO, Fabio (Università Federico II Napoli) and Elisabetta RUSPINI (Università Bicocca, Milano), Sociology of the future and the future of sociology. The Italian case


16.00 – 16.30 COFFEE BREAK (Archeologica – Dep. of Soc.)


16.30 – 18.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS B (Dep. of Soc.)

ANTICIPATION FOR A NEW PARADIGM 2 – Room 4

Chair: Garry Jacobs (World Academy of Arts and Science)

NAGAN, Winston (University of Florida), Anticipation, law, prediction and problem solving

ZUCCONI, Alberto (IACP-Istituto dell’Approccio Centrato sulla Persona), The anticipatory value of the person-centered and people-centered approaches

ALVAREZ-PEREIRA, Carlos (Innaxis Foundation), Untying the gridlocks: changing our hermeneutics to bifurcate for good

DESIGN AND ANTICIPATION 2: Scenario Building – Room 3

Chair: Manuela Celi (Politecnico di Milano)

COLOMBI Chiara and Danila ZINDATO (Politecnico di Milano), Design Scenarios: theoretical approaches and applied tools for modeling anticipation within design oriented sectors

FÉLIX, Maria João (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and the Ave Barcelos, Portugal), Noetic design. New products and connections between the brain and its infinite answers

GUIMARÃES PEREIRA, Ângela et al. (European Commission - DG Joint Research Centre, IREA – Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche),Imagining food: a participatory journey to think and tinker with the future of food @ the EXPO 2015 in Milan

DESIGN AND ANTICIPATION 3: Transdisciplinary approaches: History –Room S18

Chair: Elena Formia (Politecnico di Milano)

FERRARA, Marinella and Chiara LECCE (Politecnico di Milano), Future visions from the 1939: two different approaches

FRANCESCHINI, Silvia (Politecnico di Milano), Global tools. For an archeology of the future

DE PETRIS, Linus and Peter GIGER(Blekinge Institute of Technology), Anticipation and techno‐aesthetic æffect

EDUCATION AND ANTICIPATION 2: Hope – Room 5

Chair: Keri Facer (University of Bristol)

AMSLER, Sara and Keri FACER (University of Lincoln  and Bristol), Democratic education in the age of anticipation

OJALA, Maria (Uppsala University), Anticipation related emotions of hope and worry concerning global climate change: promoting emotional awareness in education for a sustainable future

LALOV Bojan (Technical University, Sofia), Creating anticipative possibilities – goal and essence of the educational process

SANDFORD, Richard (University of Bristol), Mechanisms of aspiration: using Bernstein's discursive gap as a methodological lens to explore the capacity to aspire

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 2: The city of tomorrow – Room 2

Chair: Irina Rotaru (Politecnico di Milano)

ROTARU, Irina (Politecnico di Milano), Design & Anticipation. Envisioning the City of Tomorrow

VENTURINI, Gianpiero (New Generation), Our cities

CIARAMELLA, Andrea (Politecnico di Milano), Flexible design and workspace change

ADEYEYE Kemi and Maarten Willems (University of Brighton and Eindhoven), In anticipation: the renaissance of the architectonics for the events ‘without’

FUTURES STUDIES 2 – Room 1

Chair: TBA

ROLLWAGEN, Ingo (Hochschule Fresenius, University of Applied Sciences/AMD Academy for Fashion and Design), Anticipation design: Exploring the next generation of future shaping — best practices and pitfalls/ramifications and emerging (success) criteria in making/thinking the future

MOGALE, Ramadimetja, et al. (University of Pretoria), Cultural Safety and Sensitivity as the core Ethical Responsibilities in Virtual Discussion Forum:  A Case Study at University of Pretoria

DESTATTE, Philippe (Destree Institute), The bifurcation method

RUDKIN, Jennifer-Ellen (UNESCO), Designing futures by reframing the present

LIFE ITSELF 2: living systems as “anticipatory” systems – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 3° floor

John Kineman (President ISSS)

  • Methods and techniques
  • Case studies

NEAR FUTURE AS CULTURAL CONSTRUCT 2 – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 2° floor

Chair: Gisa Weszkalnys (London School of Economics)

KAUR, Gurinder (Center for Research in Rural and Industrial Development, Chandigarh, India), “… in anticipation for your blessings”: doctor, healer and God

BASSI, Marco (Dept. Of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento), Prophecy as practice of anticipation

ILMIN, NAH and Jhonny Antonio PABÓN CADAVID (Université Paris Ouest and Universidad Externado de Colombia), Towards new imaginations of museum practices through heritage anticipation

PENROSE, Sefryn et al. (UCL, London), Assembling alternative futures for heritage

PHILOSOPHY AND THE FUTURE 2 – Room 16

Chair: Salvatore Vasta (University of Catania)

VON PETERSDORFF,Friedrich (Independent scholar), The future within the epistemology of Karl Popper

HEINEMANN, Gottfried (Kassel University), Praesens de futuris: Whitehead on how to be going to move forward into the future

SAMANIEGO, Fernanda (Philosophy of Science at UNAM), How do physicists create future?

SOCIOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE 2: Anticipations, expectations, narratives – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Paolo Jedlowski (Università della Calabria)

BERTUZZI Nicolò and Paolo BORGHI (Università Bicocca, Milano), Contemporary social movements: potential and limits in imagining and building the future

DECLICH, Andrea (Conoscenza e Innovazione Association, Roma), The debate over the future and the topic of expectations

BASSETTI, Chiara and Attila BRUNI (Università di Trento), Visioneering futures: between everyday interaction and computational processing

ILARDI, Emiliano (Università di Cagliari), New science fiction novels and old fears

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