Published version available from Sage and authors’ accepted manuscript available from our university repositories (U. of Exeter and U. of Groningen).
At long last, the debate about the kind of education we want to be providing is emerging. The Data Research Centre (DRC) has an opinion piece on Science Guide and we have produced a discussion guidefor the academic community on distance learning. A… Continue Reading “Academic education after the pandemic”
Looking back on 2019, I’m especially proud of having led the launch of the WTMC series on teaching and learning STS. This series is based on the collective wisdom of the WTMC network that gets channelled into training events for PhDs. Each issue of… Continue Reading “Launching of WTMC series”
Anna Pillinger, Stefan Lasser, Harrie Mort, Tzu-Min Chang (photo), Anne Beaulieu and participants of the course “Energy and Big Data: Transition and the informational turn in Energy.” University of Vienna, Summer Term, 2018. On a crisp Friday morning the students of the seminar class… Continue Reading “Energy Transition in the wild: an Excursion to Seestadt”
Data seems to be everywhere in contemporary society, including energy. Precisely because of this ubiquity, it is important to consider how data is created and used, and how it circulates, so that we can understand the implications for the energy transition, whether in the… Continue Reading “Big Data and Energy: crucial intersection”
In 2018, one of the activities I’ll be pursuing as visiting professor at the Department of Science and Technology studies (blog) at the University of Vienna is giving a course on energy and big data. This will be the occasion to explore with students… Continue Reading “When Big Data and Energy Meet”
In a couple of days, I’ll be heading off to Norrkoping, Sweden for a summer school on visualisation. My talk will address two conventions found across many imaging modalities area fields: the view form nowhere and the seamless zoom. The presentation will be posted… Continue Reading “Getting ready for “Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust””