To support the dialogue between science and society, as well as researchers across different disciplines, IRI THESys holds both external and internal events. This includes lecture series, summer universities and panel discussions open to the public, and participative workshops, colloquiums and activities for IRI THESys. Browse through our past and upcoming events to find out more.
Wednesday, October 25, 2023, 10 to 11:30 am, hybrid on zoom and at the IRI THESys: Discussion “From Situated Knowledges to Situated Modelling: a Relational Framework for Simulation Modeling” (paper submitted to Ecosystems & People) (Anja Klein)
Wednesday, November 29, 2023, 10 to 11:30 am, hybrid or online: Workshop: “Can we rethink model structures to enact different kinds of ethics?” (Krystin Unverzagt)
Wednesday, January 31, 2024, 10 to 11:30 am, hybrid or online: Discussion: “Political Commitments in German-Indonesian Tsunami Warning System Project through Tsunami Modeling” (Irina Rafliana)
The Situated Modelling (SitMod) working group aims at fostering a reflexive and co-laborative approach to modelling human-environmental relations. We call this approach “Situated Modelling” drawing on Donna Haraway’s (1988) notion of situated knowledges. Situated Modelling is a way of researching and reflecting on modelling practices, which ultimately and in collaborative engagement might also lead to modelling differently.
More information about the working group can be found here.