SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7

Chair: Ted Fuller (Lincoln University)

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

Liisa Välikangas (Hanken School of Economics and Aalto University), Outliers and Strategic Novelty: Learning from Things That Are Yet to Happen

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

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

Jens Beckert (Max Plank Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne), Imagined Futures and Capitalist Dynamics


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


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

ANTICIPATORY CITIES 2 – Professors Room (Sala Professori)

Chair: Eleni Tracada (University of Derby)

STUFANO, Rossella et al. (Technical University of Bari, ISTC CNR), Spatial design for risk-averse urban scenarios: a conceptual note

MANZELLA, Michele et al. (University of Ferrara), Telematic map of the risk

GIESECKE, Susanne (Austrian Institute of Technology), “Riding the Tiger – The example of social innovations attempting to establish and to alter the anticipated capitalist development”

STEWART, Christopher (University of Technology Sydney), Anticipatory conflict: photography, architecture, war

ANTICIPATION FOR A NEW PARADIGM 3 – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Alberto Zucconi (IACP-Istituto dell’Approccio Centrato sulla Persona)

GAVRANKAPETANOVIĆ, Faris and Bojan ŠOŠIĆ (Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina), Are we losing individual leadership potential in the current global trends?

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

SANDFORD, Richard (University of Bristol), A realist approach to evaluating anticipatory projects

FACIONI, Carolina (ISTAT), Anticipatory minds: the Italian contribution to Futures Studies

ANTICIPATORY ENGINEERING 3 – Room 8

Chair: Rick Adcock (Cranfield University)

SINGER, Janet and Michael SINGER (International Society for the Systems Sciences), Six degrees of socialisation: revisiting positivist foundations for anticipatory engineering

YEARWORTH, Mike and Leroy WHITE (University of Bristol, University of Warwick), Soft engineering: anticipating an increasingly messy landscape for engineering practice

GROUP DISCUSSION: Anticipating the future of systems engineering

ANTICIPATING NATURE 3 – Room 12

Chair: Rocco Scolozzi (University of Trento)

BLAL, Adem Esmail and Davide GENELETTI (University of Trento) Predicting the impacts of multi-purpose watershed management: the case of soil erosion control and poverty alleviation in the Upper Anseba Watershed (Eritrea)

POPE, Lexi (University of Georgia), Anticipating future socio-environmental change in Taveuni, Fiji

ROVERO, Francesco (MUSE-Museo delle Scienze, Trento) and AHUMADA, Jorge (Betty & Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans, Washington DC), The tropical ecology, assessment and monitoring (TEAM) network: an early warning system for nature

AHTEENSUU, Marko (University of Turku), Stowaway assumptions in decision frameworks for the conservation of endangered species under climate change

FICTIONS AND THE ARTS 1 – Room 10

Chair: Roberto Paura (Italian Institute for the Future)

ALBERTAZZI, Liliana and Iacopo HACHEN (University of Trento), Anticipatory processes in nature, perception and arts

LOVE, Cyprian (University of Limerick), The future and human soundscape

RICCIONI, Ilaria (Free University of Bozen), The anticipation of postmodern complexity in the social action of avant-garde movements of the Early Nineteenth Century

SMITH, Bradon (University of Bath) Anticipatory fictions: stories of a climate changed world

FUTURES STUDIES 5 – Room 1

Chair: tba

OOSTHUIZEN, Marius (University of Pretoria), Building Stakeholder Mutuality Through Scenario Thinking - Using Anticipation in Post-Apartheid South Africa

GAUTHIER, T. et al. (Haute école de gestion de Genève, HES-SO; University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland), A data science-driven investigation of futures studies and anticipation scholarly literature

ROSSEL, Pierre (ETH, Lausanne),Foresight undermined by its most usual suspects: the ordinary production of biases by foresighters

CHASTAIN, Christine (University of Utah), Exploring a futures approach For the design of Participatory Innovation efforts within Organizations

NORMATIVE FUTURES – Room 15

Chair: TBA

COUTELLEC, Léo & Paul-Loup WEIL-DUBUC (Paris-Sud University),For an ethics of anticipation – Between hope and responsibility

LAVI, Liat (Bar-Ilan University), Pragmatic hermeneutics

VODONICK, John (Saybrook University), Neo-pragmatism, an ethical anticipatory system

FORTINO, Mirella (Independent scholar), Future and scientific conception of the world without philosophy?

POLITICAL ANTICIPATION 3 – Room 7

Chair: Christel Hahn (Internationaler Rat für Politische Antizipation)

HAHN, Christel (IRPA – Internationaler Rat für Politische Antizipation), Political anticipation - an intercultural view on dealing with the future

DE LEO, Rob A. (Bentley University), Toward an anticipatory problem type: the political dynamics of proactive policy change

DE BAVELAERE, Nicole (Westphal Institute), Political systems need to mimic the anticipatory model

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 3: Mapping responsibility in RRI – Room 9

Chair: Phil Macnaghten (Wageningen University)

ARNALDI, Simone (University of Padua), Expectations, social action and modes of activation: a proposal for a heuristic framework of responsibility

KUHLMANN, Stefan et al. (University of Twente), Governing towards Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) - dimensions, options and limitations

RUGGIU, Daniele (University of Padua), Models of anticipation within the responsible research and innovation framework: an overview from the human rights perspective

SYSTEM THINKING 1 – Room 16

Chair: Ilkka Tuomi (Aalto University)

TUOMI, Ilkka (Aalto University), Second-order anticipation in innovation ecosystems: A cellular model of socio-technical chimeras

HODGSON, Anthony (Decision Integrity Lmd), Developing the human anticipatory system

MAKARENKO, Alexander (National Technical University of Ukraine), The principles, models and applications of anticipation in society evolution

CERIANI, Giulia (University of Siena), (Socio)-semiotics of anticipation: the contribution to a new anticipatory paradigm

THE MAKING OF VISIONS 2 – Room 6

Chair: Christoph Schneider (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

GUDOWSKY, Niklas amd Mahshid SOTOUDEH (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Into grey skies – citizens‘ visions as a Leitbild for governing science, technology and innovation

BRAND, Urte and Arnim von GLEICH (University of Bremen), Resilience in the German Energy Transition – Useful for Giving Orientation or As Useless As a Millstone Around the Neck

TUTTON, Richard (Lancaster University), Premediating Mars: Interplanetary Anticipations in Digital Media

SIEWEKE, Jorg (University of Virginia), Curating a park through ongoing modified maintenance instead of construction 


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


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

BRING FORTH FUTURES 2 – Room Bruno Kessler

Chair: Mila Popovic (World Academy of Art and Science)

GUTENSCHWAGER, Gerald A. (Washington University), Collective anticipation: art or science, or both?

SILVA, Cidália Ferreira (University of Minho), Anticipating the unexpected: between desire and alchemy

HICHERT, Tanja (Foresight for Development Ltd), Novelty as a component of using the future (in Africa)

STEWART, Charles C. (City College of New York/CUNY), Anticipation in librarianship:  the interplay of texts, agendas, and creativity

DECISION MAKING, COMMUNICATION AND ANTICIPATION - Room 1

Chair: TBA

VEENMAN, Sietske and Pieter LEROY (Radboud University Nijmegen), Anticipatory governance: theories of change in environmental outlooks

BERTOLOTTI, Marco and Patrizia CATELLANI (Catholic University of Milan), Framing the future: The effects of message framing in political communication on climate change policies

BRUNET, Sébastien (Research Institute for Statistics, Evaluation and Foresight – Wallonia (IWEPS) and University of Liège), Decision-making and anticipation: what is the role of public administration?

ENVISAGING URBAN FUTURES – Room 15

Chair: Sebastiano Citroni (University of Milan-Bicocca)

FICTIONS AND THE ARTS 2 – Room 10

Chair: Liliana Albertazzi (University of Trento)

PAURA, Roberto (Italian Institute for the Future), Science fiction and anticipation: a contribution to futures studies and foresight practices

TESSAROLO, Mariselda and Eleonora BORDON (Padua University), Anticipation and creativity in art

PICCINI, Angela (University of Bristol), ArchaeoCube: An Anticipatory Cinema Archaeology

PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTICIPATION – Room 14

Chair: Liliana Albertazzi (University of Trento)

BICKHARD, Mark (Lehigh University), Representation and/or anticipation?

LABRA-SPRÖHNLE, Fabián et al. (Victoria University of Wellington), The Anticipatory Patterns of Thinking in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD): Diagnostic accuracy of Geometric and Kinematic measures

ZABOROWSKI, Robert (Polish Academy of Science), Affectivity as an underlying factor in determining an individual's approach to the future

RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 4: Applying RRI – Room 9

Chair: Phil Macnaghten (Wageningen University)

FUCHS, Daniela and André GAZSÓ (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Anticipating and handling risks: nano risk governance in Austria

ENGELER NEWBURY, Bridgette (Swinburne University of Technology), Designing for future wellbeing

MURPHY, Padraig (Dublin City University) The NUCLEUS project: Irish and international perspectives on embedding RRI within Higher Education Institutes

SYSTEM THINKING 2 – Room 16

Chair: José A. Amozurrutia (Universidad Autonoma de Mexico)

AMOZURRUTIA, José A. et al. (Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Universidad de Zaragoza), Modeling Anticipation: a sociocybernetic proposal integrating interdisciplinary research

LOUIE, Aloisius (Ottawa), Functional Entailment and Imminence in Relational Biology

CEVOLINI, Alberto (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), The Strongness of Weak Signals. Self-reference and Paradox in Anticipatory Systems

ZACKERY, Ali (University of Teheran), An enhanced policy-making platform designed based on anticipatory systems for futures studies

THE MAKING OF VISIONS 3 – Room 6

Chair: Martin Sand (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

RODEGHER, Sandra and Cynthia SELIN (Technical University of Denmark), Parity and Participation: The Role of Social Influence in Scenario Planning

FERRARI, Arianna and Andreas LOESCH (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), How smart grid meets in-vitro-meat – on socio-epistemic practices of visioneering

GROUP DISCUSSION 

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