Technology, Management and Policy Graduate Consortium - 2014 Meeting
Risk Governance Research Workshop
International Risk Governance Council, IRGC
The Technology, Management and Policy Graduate Consortium brings together graduate students involved in research across different technical fields who seek to develop and implement effective strategies for dealing with the risks and opportunities associated with those technologies. Each university decides on the number of students it will nominate for the Consortium meeting and the organizers then determine the program based on the abstracts submitted. Not everyone nominated will necessarily be invited to attend. Awards are given for the best papers and presentations.
The Graduate Consortium in June 2014 will be organised in Lisbon, at IST and in close collaboration with EPFL, together with an IRGC Risk-Governance Research workshop that is oriented toward helping young doctoral researchers, post-doctoral researchers, and first year assistant professors to network and to develop a global community of scholarship research in emerging risk governance issues.
Graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty will be brought together to present their recent work and discuss emerging themes in technology, management and policy, with a focus on risk-based regulation as a risk management option. The meeting will build upon the framework established under the IRGC Academic Network, which aims to encourage and facilitate collaborative research and education activities.
15 April 2014 - Deadline for authors to submit extended abstracts
15 May 2014 - Notification of authors on abstracts selection
20 June 2014 - Deadline for authors submitting revised extended abstracts (up to 2 pages)
23-25 June 2014 - Meeting
About the Risk Governance Research Workshop
The objective of
the meeting is to gather young doctorate researchers to build a global
community, to network and develop a community of scholarship research in
emerging risk-governance issues. Ongoing research will be presented and
discussed in a way that provides an opportunity to strengthen the IRGC
Academic Network. Emphasis will be given to papers and ideas that
explore the potential for path breaking research
on risk-based regulation. More information available at http://in3.dem.ist.utl.pt/tmp2014/about_irgc_workshop.asp
Manuel Heitor, Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research, IN+, IST Lisbon
Thomas Weber, Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Institute, EPFL
Joana Mendonça, Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research, IN+, IST Lisbon
Anjali Nursimulu, IRGC
Marie-Valentine Florin, IRGC