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TUESDAY, AUGUST, 19 001. 4S Publications Meeting

1:00 to 3:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca

002. 4S Council Meeting 3:00 to 6:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca

003. Registration 4:00 to 7:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Lobby

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 20 004. Knowledge, Struggle, Transition

8:30 to 10:30 am Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair:

Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp Participants:

Rethinking collective tacit knowledge Xiao Tan, Sun Yat-Sen University

Research in transition - The birth of transition research in a Flemish technological research organization Robby Berloznik, Flemish Institute for Technological Research

The transformations of the naval section of the technological research institute: learning and institutional evolution Lucas Rodrigo Silva, University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Leda Maria Caira Gitahy, UNICAMP

The struggle for attention space: neopragmatism as an intellectual movement Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp

Struggles of discourses on forest conservation and management in Spain and the shaping of future human-forests relationships Mireia Pecurul-Botines, Sustainable Research Institute. University of Leeds

005. Engaged STS in Engineering 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil Participants:

Regulating or increasing production variability? The role of industrial operators in the prescriptive versus practice-based approaches to work Samira Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil; Francisco de Paula Antunes Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG

Two forms of life and the real world: Contributions and Limits of Design and Operational Practices in the Redesign of an Industrial Furnace Saulo Costa Val de Godoi, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil

The Role of Experience in Perception Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil

El Programa Ingeniera 2030: Kit para Armar Un Nuevo Ingeniero Juan Felipe ESPINOSA CRISTIA, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Valparaso

006. Dynamics in Engineering Practices 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin

Chairs: Andrs Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Aalborg University Anders Buch, Aalborg University

Participants: What Are the Practices in Engineering Practice? Anders Buch,

Aalborg University Software engineering practices in the transition between

education and work life Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Multiple design practices Ssser Brodersen, Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University; Rikke Premer Petersen, Aaulborg University, Department of Development and Planning; Ulrik Jrgensen, Aalborg University

Administracin del Conocimiento: Disciplina ineludible o prctica alternativa para la adopcin del enfoque de procesos Maria del Pilar Trujillo Andrade, Instituto Politcnico Nacional - UPIICSA; Angel Rivera, Instituto Politcnico Nacional - UPIICSA

Waste Incineration Controversy in China: Contesting Technologies and Negotiating Rights Jieying Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

007. Engineering Education in Action 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University Participants:

Searching the human face of computer science curricula in Brazil Miguel Jonathan, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Education of Engineering Literacy for Non-Engineers Kiyoshi SHIBATA, Chiba Institute of Technology

Techno-cosmopolitanism as ideology and pedagogy: Learning social division in a connected age Christo Sims, University of California, San Diego

Redrawing the Map: Engineering Education in Twentieth Century China Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University; Bing Liu, Tsinghua University

Engineering Ethics in Japan: Its Retrospect and Prospect Hidekazu Kanemitsu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

008. Engineers, Technology and Society 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Caroline baillie, UWA Participants:

Engineering and Social Justice Donna Riley, Smith College Engineering and Sustainable Community Development Juan

Lucena, Colorado School of Mines; Jen Schneider, Colorado School of Mines; Jon Leydens, Colorado School of Mines

Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions, Alternatives Michael Levine, UWA; Dean Nieusma, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ethan Blue, UWA

Engineers, Society, and Sustainability Sarah Bell, University College London

The Garbage Crisis: A Global Challenge for Engineers Caroline baillie, UWA; Randika Jayasinghe, University of Western Australia; Toni Smythe, UWA; Usman Mushtaq, Queens University

Estado, ingeniera y territorio: el Ministerio de Obras Pblicas

de la Nacin en Argentina Anahi Ballent, Instituto de Estudios de la Ciencia y la Tecnologa. Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina

Discussant: Carl Mitcham, Colorado School of Mines

009. Imagining Energy Futures 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University Participants:

The Solar Haj: Moroccos Role in Mediterranean Energy Integration Sharlissa Moore, Arizona State University

Carbon Markets, Forests, and the Re-Imagination of the Global Chad Monfreda, Arizona State University

Forging necessary political fictions through nuclear energy in India Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University

Expectant support: Technoscientists making a post carbon public Sara Heidenreich, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim

Publics making sense of energy dialogues Henrik Karlstrm, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Knut H Srensen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

How publics make publics: Othering as an energy transitions logic Heidrun m, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Discussants: Shobita Parthasarathy, University of Michigan Clark Miller, Arizona State University

010. Inter-cultural Communication Within and Beyond Science and Technology 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Braslia Participants:

Mediating communication: Trust, interactional expertise, and the fractal model Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Braslia

Probing the social boundaries of scientific knowledge: the heartlands and hinterlands of physics Luis Ignacio Reyes-Galindo, Cardiff University

The Distinction Between Experts and Non-Experts: Methodological Consequences for Research in Science Communication Aline Guevara Villegas, Institute of Nuclear Sciences National Autonomous University of Mexico

Innermost and Outermost Scientific Communication: Different or Analogous Processes? Carina Cortassa, Centro REDES

An Intercultural STS Approach to the Troubles of Marginalized Youth Roberto Domingo Toledo, INSHEA, France

011. Laboratory Experiments: Alternatives and Dynamics 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chairs:

Luciana de Souza Leao, Columbia University Margarita Rayzberg, Northwestern

Participants: The taste bud and the form. Ethnography of sensory labs

Thomas Vangeebergen, FNRS-Universit de Lige/ CSI -

Ecoles des Mines Randomized Evaluations in the making Luciana de Souza Leao,

Columbia University American Behavioral Scientists, Taiwanese Technocrats, and

Social Laboratory of Fertility Control in the 1960s Yu-Ling Huang, State University of New York at Binghamton

A mobilizao do saber em atividades repetitivas na indstria txtil Vitor Guilherme Carneiro Figueiredo, UNIFEI; Michelle Karine Figueiredo, 3186237491; Leonardo Gonalves, UFMG

Epistemologas sociales y modelos de experimentacin Mara Soledad Lpez, Universidad Nacional de La Plata - Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educacin

Science in Captivity Cristina Visperas, UCSD 012. Fermentation / Fermentacin

8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chairs:

Heather Paxson, MIT Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College

Participants: Germs, homes and health: Keeping bacteria at bay in Canada

Carlos Novas, Carleton University Narrating Fermentation: American Scientists Tell of the

Good, as well as the "Bad," Microbes that Make Cheese Heather Paxson, MIT

When Yeasts Waste is Humans Energy: Paradox in a Brazilian Biofuel Fermentation Lab Nicole Labruto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Vines, Wines and Qualisigns: Vineyard and Cellar Biogeographies Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College

013. Real/Virtual Injury 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Chair:

Marisa Brandt, UCSD Participants:

The Remediation of Killing: Drone Warfare from Secrecy to Social Media Peter Asaro, New School University

The Ultimate Skinner Box? How Therapists Explain Using Virtual Reality to Treat Military PTSD Marisa Brandt, UCSD

War going Virtuous: between the Virtual and the Simulacra Alcides Eduardo dos Reis Peron, Campinas State University; Rafael Dias, Campinas State University

War Becoming Real: Configuring the interface in training simulation Lucy Suchman, Lancaster University

Discussant: Kenneth MacLeish, Center for Medicine, Health and Society

014. In Search of "Lines of Flights" with / in / to / for / by Latin America and Elsewhere 8:

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