On January 21, 2014, an Info Day took place to inform potential applicants of the numerous opportunities available in the ICT-related parts of the Work Programmes 2014-2015 of Horizon 2020 for RRI-actions and SSH-expertise. These are outlined in the Note "How to go about RRI and SSH in ICT-related parts of H2020 WP14."
We shall need SSH/RRI expertise for evaluation: Register here in the evaluators' database!
Presentation of the Overall Approach
Intensive Topics and the Hub:
- Fabrizio Sestini (E3) - ICT 10: Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation
- Walter Van de Velde - FETPROACT 1: Global Systems Science (GSS) & FETPROACT 2: Knowing, Doing, Being: Cognition Beyond Problem Solving
RRI as a cross-cutting issue and an overview of "Science with and for Society"
Legal and Financial Issues:
- Ideal-ist services for proposers - Dina Berzina (University of Latvia / NCP Latvia, Latvia)
- Research activity at the University of Ulster - Dr. Byrne & Dr. Gormley-Heenan (University of Ulster, United Kingdom)
- Tecnalia Infoday RRI - Lucía Polo (Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Spain)
- Digital Science Education - Ilya Levin (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
- Proposal for project participation in ICT-31-2014 Human-centric Digital Age - Laura Sartori (University of Bologna, Italy)
- Semio-communicative contribution for human-centric digital age - Daniele Salerno (University of Bologna, Italy)
- Ethics in Research, Digital Science and Social Innovation - Snezana Krstic (Serbia)
- Emerging ICT/Security Technologies: Anticipation and containment of non-intended Ethical, Legal, Social, Political Impacts - Georgios Kolliarakis (University of Frankfurt / Institute of Political Sciences, Germany)
- Massive participation to envision better futures and shape policies - Yiannis Laouris (Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute, Cyprus)
- From Science to Empowered Citizens - Joanna J. Bryson (University of Bath, United Kingdom)