Place: Foyer of the Balling Hall on Thursday March 14, 2013 from 13:15 to 14:30.
List of authors:
Marlous E. Arentshorst (VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands): Future visions of medical neuroimaging: Dealing with polarities.
Gerhard Banse (ITAS, Germany): Technology assessment and culture – an old or a new relationship.
Manuel Baumann (ITAS, Germany): A constructive technology assessment of stationary energy storage systems.
Gretchen Gano (Arizona State University, USA): A distributed collaborative 21st century approach to technology assessment from concept to practice.
Leon Hempel, Dagny Veder (Centre for Technology and Society, Germany): Towards a multi-dimensional security technology impact assessment: Security, trust, efficiency, freedom infringements.
Guido Huppertz (Faunhofer, Germany): Future small unmanned aerial systems: Technological development and risks for public security.
Maike Puhe (ITAS, Germany): Will integrated ticketing meet its expectations?
Max Reichenbach (ITAS, Germany): Assessing the future competitiveness of the European transport sector.
Anna Sacio-Szymańska (Institute for Sustainable Technologies, Poland): Innovativeness in times of economic downturn – comparative analysis of selected economics.
Mirjam Schuijff (Rathenau Institute, the Netherlands): Human enhancement: Towards a broad societal debate.
Stefanie B. Seitz (ITAS, Germany): Nano Safety – risk governance of manufactured nanoparticles – challenges of substance regulation under scientific uncertainty.
Ondřej Valenta (Technology Centre ASCR, Czech Republic): National priorities of oriented research, experimental development and innovation.
Janneke Visser (Rathenau Institute, the Netherlands): The new dabating reality: Mobilizing social media for TA.
Herbert Wancura (Synergesis consult.ing, Austria): Evidence based technology policy making using an integrated technology monitoring and assessment tool.
Abstracts related to selected posters are available here.