FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6

Chair: Keri Facer (University of Bristol)

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

Ruth Levitas (University of Bristol), Anticipation or utopia?

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

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

Sandra Kemp (Imperial College, Victoria and Albert Museum), A space for time: temporality and design in the museum


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


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

ANTICIPATORY ENGINEERING 1 – Room 8

Chair: Mike Yearworth (University of Bristol)

PIANOSI, Francesca and Thorsten WAGENER (University of Bristol), The role of modelling in water engineering: non-stationarity, uncertainty, complexity

RHODES, Donna H. (MIT), Toward a science of anticipatory analysis for engineering systems

McNAMARA, Curt (Minneapolis College of Art and Design), Anticipatory design

KHASHANAH, Khaldoun (Stevens Institute), Risk, complexity, and anticipation in complex socio-technical systems

BRING FORTH FUTURES 1 – Room 6

Chair: Heitor Gurgulino de Souza (President WAAS)

POPOVICH, Mila (World Academy of Art and Science), Bring forth Futures: Anticipation for Culture Making and World Building in the 21st C.

SNOWDEN, Dave (Centre for Applied Complexity, Bangor University), From anticipation to triggering anticipatory awareness

HAJER, Maarten (University of Amsterdam), Next economy

ANTICIPATING NATURE 1 – Room 12

Chair: Alessandro Gretter (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy)

KOSOW, Hannah (University of Stuttgart), Telling better stories about socio-environmental futures: New forms of integrated scenario methodologies and their effects

DE BAVELAERE, Nicole H.N. (ISSS-International Society for the Systems Sciences), Nature, master of anticipation

CIOLLI, Marco et al. (Università di Trento), Landscape changes and future scenarios in the Alps: a holistic ecological approach.

RIZZOLI, Annapaola (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy), Global changes and the emergence of zoonotic diseases: what's next? 

ANTICIPATION THROUGH MIGRATION – Room 10

Chair: Paolo Boccagni (University of Trento)

BOCCAGNI Paolo and Milena BELLONI (University of Trento), Anticipation through Migration? Migration processes and policies as a source of critical insight on anticipation

CARLING, Jørgen (Peace Research Institute Oslo), The nature of imagined mobilities

HARNEY, Nicholas DeMaria (The University of Western Australia), Anticipation and knowledge: migration, apprehension and the uncertainty of futures

IBÁÑEZ-ANGULO, Mónica (Universidad de Burgos), Where is that place we called home? Anticipation and the construction of flexible return scenarios0

ANTICIPATION IN ECONOMIC STRATEGIES 1 – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 2° floor

Chair: Liisa Välikangas (Aalto University)

VÄLIKANGAS, Liisa et al (Aalto University), Active waiting as an anticipatory strategy - toward four practices in the creation of a business ecosystem

ÇEPNI, Elif (Bahcesehir University, Istanbul), The possible scenarios of using foresight in economic thought schools

LESNIAK-LEBKOWSKA, Grażyna (Warsaw School of Economics), Evolving global challenges impact on business strategies and education from 2015 to 2050

DESIGN AND ANTICIPATION 4: Design Fiction – Room 3

Chair: Manuela Celi (Politecnico di Milano)

MORRISON, Andrew and Janike KAMPEVOLD LARSEN (AHO - Oslo), Personas and projections. A lyrical essay on facing climate change via design fiction

DENISON, E. Scott (Ohio State University), Ubiquitous surveillance. A crowd-sourced, design fiction provocation

KERSPERN Bastien and Estelle HARY (Design friction), Reanticipation: iterative design fiction

MICHURA, Piotr and Stan RUECKER (Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Institute of Design IIT Chicago), Janus-faced anticipation in designing novelty 

EDUCATION AND ANTICIPATION 3: Practice – Room 5

Chair: James R. Duggan (Manchester Metropolitan University)

ODELLA, Francesca (University of Trento), Social sciences and the design of tools for future learning

OJASALO, Katri et al. (Laurea, Centria and Lapland Universities of Applied Sciences), Higher education in the future: creating scenarios for cooperation between Master level education and working life in the year 2025

BISHOP, Peter (University of Houston), Teach the future

FUTURES STUDIES 3 – Room 1

Chair: Philippe Destatte (Destree Institute)

SOKOLOWA, Anna (Higher School of Economics, Russia, Moscow), Identification of weak signals and wild cards: stages, methods, criteria

BEECROFT, R. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ) and I. C. SCHMIDT (A University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt), Scenario mapping as a ‘third way’ of scenario thinking

VAN DER DUIN, Patrick et al. (Delft University of Technology, Fontys Academy for Creative Industries, University of Amsterdam, and BAM Infraconsult), The Dutch ‘Horizon scanning 2050’. Signaling and challenging futures

FULLER, Ted and Maya VAN LEEMPUT (Lincoln University), Developing Anticipatory Effect through Anticipatory Affect

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 3: Assessment of impacts – Room 2

Chair: Elena Mussinelli (Politecnico di Milano)

MUSSINELLI, Elena (Politecnico di Milano), The environmental assessment…

TUCCI, Fabrizio and Filippo CALCERANO (University La Sapienza, Rome), The future of residential buildings in Mediterranean climate: bioclimatic design, low energy, zero emissions

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 4: Design education – Room 14

Chair: Elena Formia (Politecnico di Milano)

DOUGAN, Brian (American University of Sharjah), Anticipation moderated

STEAD, Michael (Lancaster University), Spimes and speculative design: sustainable product futures today

ROJAS MORALES, María Eugenia (Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México), Design education: a change of heart

ROSELLI, Claudia (DIDA, Departement of Architecture, University of Florence), People, spaces and imaginary landscapes

PHILOSOPHY AND THE FUTURE 3 – Room 16

Chair: Claudia Luchetti (University of Tübingen)

JANCSARY, Jonathan (University of Innsbruck), The future as an undefined and open time – a Bergsonian approach

RÖCK, Tina (Kassel University), The Dimension of Future in ontology – A conception of temporal Reality with Bergson and Deleuze

DOLEV, Yuval (Bar-Ilan University), Knowledge about the future

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ANTICIPATION  – Room 15

Chair: Chris Muellerleile (University of Bristol)

GOMBAY, Nicole (Université de Montréal), Placing value: thoughts about the temporality of money and hunting

MUELLERLEILE, Chris and Keith WOODWARD (University of Bristol and University of Wisconsin-Madison), Im-possible futures: derivatives pricing, contingency and speculation

ALVAREZ LEÓN, Luis Felipe (University of California-Los Angeles), The technological singularity and the political imaginaries of automation

ROBERTSON, Susan L. (University of Bristol), Locking in the future of education: risk, profit and the hollowing out of democracy through current trade agreements

POLITICAL ANTICIPATION 1 – Room 7

Chair: Marie Hélène Caillol (Laboratoire européen d’Anticipation Politique)

COLONOMOS, Ariel (SciencePO, Paris), Self-blinded oracles in DC’s future market for security

BOYD, Emily (University of Reading), Conceptualizing anticipation as a normative ideal of climate governance

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 1: Conceptualizing RRI – Room 9

Chair: Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste)

GENUS, Audley and Mara ISKANDAROVA (Kingston University), Emerging themes and controversies in Responsible Research and Innovation: a narrative review

SIMONE, Angela (Fondazione Bassetti, Milano), Open access: a peculiar aspect of RRI in EU funded projects

BÖSCHEN, Stefan et al. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Responsible research and innovation: technocratic guiding principle or a mean for democratization of innovation?

FELT, Ulrike (University of Vienna), Anticipating futures, distributing responsibilities: a comparative reflection on different issue areas

SOCIOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE 3: Young people and the future – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Giuliana Mandich (Università di Cagliari)

GASPANI, Fabio (Università di Milano-Bicocca), Being neet in Italy and thinking about the future

LUNDBY, Astrid (Aalborg University), Young people’s anticipation regarding education and job

LORENZET, Andrea and Federico NERESINI (University of Padua, Italy), Anticipating public perception of science and technology in the public sphere

LYON, Dawn (University of Kent) and Giulia CARABELLI (UCL), Young people’s orientations to the future


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


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

ANTICIPATORY CITIES 1 – Professors Room (Sala Professori)

Chair: Michele Manzella (University of Ferrara)

VEENMAN, Sietske et al. (Radboud University Nijmegen), Anticipatory governance in urban decision making processes

TRACADA, Eleni and Antonio CAPERNA (International Society of Biourbanisn, University of Derby), Biourbanism - Towards a new epistemology in the architects’ education

BERGHEIM, Stefan (Center for Societal Progress, Frankfurt am Main), Positive Futures - Forum for Frankfurt

ANTICIPATORY ENGINEERING 2 – Room 8

Chair: Janet Singer (International Society for the Systems Sciences)

LAITI, Lavinia et al. (University of Trento), Anticipating the impact of climatic changes on future availability of water resources and hydro-geological risks: an overview from the project CLIMAWARE

LOWE, David et al. (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, University of Hull, University of Bristol), Methods for Monitoring Organisational Health - Enabling an Anticipatory System

ANTICIPATION IN ECONOMIC STRATEGIES 2 – Meeting room (Sala riunioni) 2° floor

Chair: Elif Cepni (Bahcesehir University)

SUNDQVIST, Henna et al. (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd), Towards circular economy – enhancing anticipatory decision-making in organizations by gamification

KURKI, Sofi and Sirkka HEINONEN (Finland Futures Research Centre), Anticipation-framework for understanding forward-leaning organisational culture. A conceptual analysis of key ideas and their interrelations

ANTICIPATING NATURE 2 – Room 12

Chair: Emanuele Eccel (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy)

GIOVANNINI, Lorenzo (University of Trento), High-resolution forecasts of the thermal comfort in the urban area of Trento

OLMEDO, Marcela (Kent University), The role of knowledge, network and sense of community in building anticipation capacity for natural risk management

MIKOVA, Nadezhda (Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, Moscow), Climate change and our future: anticipating trends and challenges

LOW, Sean (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam), Solar radiation management: foresight for governance (SRM4G)

EDUCATION AND ANTICIPATION 4: Planning – Room 5

Chair: Sara Amsler (University of Lincoln)

OPESEYI, Caleb (Directorate of Youth & Community Practices, Lagos), Anticipation: optimizing decisions off risks, uncertainties for projective-analysis in school organizational management

SALINI, Deli (Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Lugano), Anticipation dynamics in professional development consulting in France

JACOBS, Garry (WAAS), Closing the educational time warp to prepare for a different future

HALE, Alex (Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Scotland), Anticipating the River Clyde as an educator

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 5: Neurosciences and perception– Room 14

Chair: Nicola De Pisapia (University of Trento)

DURÁN QUEZADA, Georgina and Patricia HERNÁNDEZ NAVARRO (Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City), Empathy as a method to foresee the future

BUIATTI, Eleonora and Beatrice LERMA (Politecnico di Torino), The Future Shapes of Multisensory Perception. Evaluation of Hedonic Attributes of Products

ASCIONE, Giuseppina and Nicola DE PISAPIA (University of Trento), Towards a neuroscience-based and architecture-driven care of self

STEENBLIK, Ralph (Pratt Institute, School of Architecture), Toward an anticipatory architecture

FUTURES IN DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE PRAXIS 6: Applications in the Design Field/Advanced Design – Room 2

Chair: Manuela Celi (Politecnico di Milano)

IÑIGUEZ FLORES Roberto et al. (TEC Monterrey, Guadalajara, Mexico and UPV, Spain), Tracking Advanced Design Attributes…

ARQUILLA, Venanzio and Annalisa BARBIERI (Politecnico di Milano), Design as enabler of anticipatory systems: the MakeinProgress case study

FRANZATO Carlo et al. (UNISINOS), Metadesign: fostering design within the processes of the future

TROTTA, Maria Giovanna (Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara México), EAD Extreme adaptive design methodology for climate change

FUTURES STUDIES 4 – Room 1

Chair: Sandford Richard (University of Bristol)

CORSI, Patrick and Pierre MASSOTTE (IKBM Sprl Gérant, Brussels and Institut de l’Innovation et du Développement, Mauguio), On the physics of anticipation

FERNÁNDEZ-GÜELL, José-Miguel (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Bridging the gap between futures studies and urban planning

AMINI, Faruch (Freie Universitaet Berlin), Forecast and structured analytic techniques

RESCHKE, Stefan et al. (Fraunhofer Institute for Technological Trend Analysis), Anticipation: a bibliometric approach to its connotation, context, and transitions in peer reviewed publications from 1974 to 2014

PHILOSOPHY AND THE FUTURE 4 – Room 16

Chair: Gottfried Heinemann (Kassel University)

CERVO, Giulia (University of Trento), Rethinking the future with Arendt and Fink: political action and play as models of anticipation

VASTA, Salvatore (University of Catania), Through past in the future. The tacit basis of knowledge as philosophical question

SZERSZYNSKI, Bronislaw (Lancaster University), Acting ahead of the future

DATTA, Maitreyee (Jadavpur University), Is the distinction among past, present and future possible?

POLITICAL ANTICIPATION 2 – Room 7

Chair: Jose Maria Compagni (Foundation for Education and Training in Political Anticipation)

CAILLOL, Marie-Hélène (LEAP – Laboratoire Européen d’Anticipation Politique), Political anticipation, an open field of research and investigation

COMPAGNI, Jose Maria (FEFAP – Foundation for Education and Training in Political Anticipation), Towards a more democratic educational system through the use of ICT

YOSHIZAWA, Go (Osaka University),The power of narratives in policymaking

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 2: The politics of RRI – Room 9

Chair: Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste)

MACNAGHTEN, Philip (Wageningen University), A Responsible Innovation Governance Framework for GM Crops: Global Lessons for Agricultural Sustainability

PELLIZZONI, Luigi (University of Trieste), Problematizing future and politics in Responsible research and innovation

SELIN, Cynthia et al. (Technical University of Denmark, European Commission - DG Joint Research Centre, University of Copenhagen, University of California), Mediation and scenarios: unpacking power, politics and persuasion in future-oriented inquiry

SOCIOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE 4: Anticipating the future in times of precariousness and crisis – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Marita Rampazi (Università di Pavia)

BENASSO, Sebastiano (Università di Genova), How do you see yourself in ten years? Biographical narratives and the future-issue

MINERVINI, Dario and Ivano SCOTTI (Università Federico II, Napoli), Reframing consumption in the age of crisis

ARIENZO, Alessandro (Università Federico II Napoli), Multiple times in a precarious life. Italian debates on job-market and welfare state

PEDRONI, Marco (Università eCampus): No future. The role of anticipation in shaping the precarious researchers’ habitus

THE MAKING OF VISIONS 1 – Room 6

Chair: Martin Sand (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

SCHNEIDER, Christoph and Martin SAND (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Introduction: the making of visions

WENTLAND, Alexander (WZB Social Science Centre, Berlin), Beyond electric cars: visioneering future mobility, infrastructures, and markets through the electrification of transportation

KOLLIARAKIS, Georgios (University of Frankfurt), Visions, Blinders, and the production of Uknown Knowns: The Sociotechnical Imaginaries of European Security

ENGELS, Franziska and Anna Verena MÜNCH (TU-Campus EUREF, Institute of the Technische Universität Berlin), One site – multiple visions: visioneering between contrasting actors’ perspectives

WELFARE AND THE FUTURE – Room 4

Chair: Francesca Odella (University of Trento)

FORTE, Paul et al. (The Balance of Care Group, UNESCO), A futures literacy application in health care: the ‘managed outcomes’ project

LEMOS DEKKER, Natashe (University of Amsterdam), Anticipation of future suffering: Euthanasia and dementia in the Netherlands

LUPPI, Francesca et al. (Bocconi University), Anticipating parenthood among Australian couples. Expectations and consequences of having children on parents’ life-domains satisfaction

LUPPI, Francesca and Arianna SANTERO (University of Turin, Collegio Carlo Alberto), Who is responsible for taking care of the infants? Gender attitudes

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