Gunnarsdóttir, K. and Guimarães Pereira, Â. (eds) (2015, book proposal). Making sense of wearable care. Markets, mediascapes and the informational person. Palgrave.
Fotopoulou, A., and Dijk, N. van. (in preparation). Interface design, data behavior & self-understanding in wearable fitness tracking. In K. Gunnarsdóttir and Â. Guimarães Pereira. (eds) (2015, book proposal). Making sense of wearable care. Markets, mediascapes and the informational person. Palgrave.
Vesnic-Alujevic, L., Breitegger, M. and Guimarães Pereira, Â. (2015, forthcoming). 'Do it yourself' healthcare? Quality of health and healthcare through wearable sensors. Science and Engineering Ethics.
Fotopoulou, A. and O'Riordan, K. (2015, submitted). Training to self-care: Fitness tracking and the knowledgeable consumer. European Journal of Cultural Studies.
Breitegger, M., Vesnic-Alujevic, L. and Guimarães Pereira, Â. (2015, submitted). Wearable Sensors - Assessing Knowledge of Epistemic Networks. Science and Technology Studies.
Fotopoulou, A. (in preparation). 'All these emotions, all these yearnings, all these data': big data and the moral economy of data sharing. Invited submission to Big Data and Society.
Stephens, N. (2013) Growing meat in laboratories: The promise, ontology and ethical boundary-work of using muscle cells to make food. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science and Technology. Special issue on ‘Animal Biotechnology as a Liberatory Imaginary’, Stephens, N & Twine, R (eds) 21(2) p159-83.
Stephens, N. & Ruivenkamp, M. (under review) Show us the Meat: Promise and Ontological Ambiguity in Images of In Vitro Meat. Science as Culture.
O’Riordan, K. Fotopoulou, A. & Stephens, N. (under review) The first bite: imaginaries of food, publics and the laboratory grown burger. Public Understanding of Science.
Rommetveit, K., Wynne, B. (in preparation) “Imagining Public Issues in the Technosciences”. Special Issue, Public Understanding of Science.
Rommetveit, K. (in preparation): “Integrated Assessments as Epistemic networks”. To be submitted to Minerva.
Rommetveit, K., Gunnarsdottír, K., van Dijk, N., Smits, M. (in preparation): ”Mind the gaps! EU and the makings of robotics autonomy”. To be submitted to Economy & Society.
Van Dijk, N., Gellert, R., Rommetveit, K.: “A Risk to a Right? Beyond Data Protection Impact Assessments” (submitted to Computer Law & Security Review)
Rommetveit, K., Strand, R., Gunnarsdóttir, K., Van Dijk, N., Wynne, B., O’Riordan (in preparation) “RRI: challenges for practices, in practice”. To be submitted: Journal of Responsible Innovation.
Guimarães Pereira, Â. and Gunnarsdóttir, K. (2015, submitted). Self-tracking and critical sense-making: an emerging epistemic network (conference paper). 4S Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado 11-14 November. Session title: Exploring self-tracking: between submission and resistance.
Fotopoulou, A. (2015). Training to Self-Care: Knowledge, Power, and Fitness Data'(conference paper). Data Power Conference, 22nd & 23rd June, University of Sheffield, UK.
Fotopoulou, A. and O'Riordan (2015, submitted). Training to self-care: Fitness tracking and the knowledgeable consumer'(conference paper). 4S Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado 11-14 November. Session title: Wearables, Self-Trackng and Quantified Selves: Emerging Perspectives: Embedding and Embodying Self-Tracking Technologies In Everyday Life (Chair: T. Timan).
O'Riordan, K. and Fotopoulou, A. (2015). Biosensory experiences and media materiality (conference paper). Internet Research 16.0: Digital Imaginaries, October 21-24, 2015.Phoenix, Arizona, USA. http://ir16.aoir.org/.
Rommetveit, K. (November 2014) “Governance, RRI and technoscience”. Conference: Science, Innovation and Society: Achieving Responsible Research and Innovation Rome, November 19-21 2014 (plenary session, invited).
Rommetveit, K. (2014) “The place of science in democracy”. ADVISE Liaison Workshop on Social Acceptability of Smart Surveillance: what? and how? 24-25-26 November 2014 Pont-Saint-Martin, Valle d’Aosta, Italy (Keynote speech)
Rommetveit, K. (2014) “Smart grids and social acceptability”. Half-day seminar, with Ingrid Foss Ballo, Bergens Kommunale Kraftselskap (BKK), 25 september, Bergen.
Rommetveit, K. (January 2014): ”Assessing impacts on privacy: from theory to practice, -and back again?”. CPDP (Computers, Privacy and Data Protection) conference, Brussels (panel organised by Epinet and SIAM projects)
Rommetveit, K. (November 2013): ”Data Protection Impact Assessments: the Epinet approach”. ASSERT expert meeting, Technical University Berlin. Invited.
Rommetveit, K. (April 2013): “Integrated assessments of science and technology in epistemic networks”. STS Nordic Conference, Trondheim (Epinet panel, with Brian Wynne and Roger Strand).
Rommetveit, K. (January 2013): “PIAs, the role of law and Collingridge’s dilemma”. CPDP (Computers, Privacy and Data Protection) conference; Session on Privacy Impact Assessment. Invited.
Rommetveit, K. (September 2012): “The Epinet project”. EST-Frame meeting, Den Haag.
Rommetveit, K. (October 2011): “Robot Companions for Citizens: societal and ethical aspects”. Presentation at consortium meeting: Robot Companions for Citizens (EU Future and Emerging Technologies flagship initiative, FET). Technische Universität München. Invited.