Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 13/Sept/2021
7:00am
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11:00pm
Open-PC-0: Visit pre-crafted contributions on iStage (Monday)
9:00am
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10:00am
EC-1: Early career session 1 - What is Transdisciplinarity?
Chair: Irina Aglaia Dallo
Chair: Stefan Markus Müller
 

What is Transdisciplinarity?

Irina Aglaia Dallo, Stefan Markus Müller

10:00am
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11:30am
SHAPE-ID-1: SHAPE-ID - Building a Culture of Transdisciplinary Research in Europe (open session)
10:30am
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12:00pm
EC-2: Early career session 2 - Transdisciplinarity Worldwide: Same Same but Different?
 

Transdisciplinarity Worldwide: Same Same but Different?

Irina Aglaia Dallo, Stefan Markus Müller, Aymara Llanque, Danny Nef, Léon Späth, Mélanie Surchat, Agnes Kreil, Ariane Wenger

11:30am
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1:00pm
SHAPE-ID-2: SHAPE-ID - Building a Culture of Transdisciplinary Research in Europe (closed session)
1:00pm
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2:30pm
EC-3: Early career session 3 - Capacity building and networking for transdisciplinary early-career researchers
Chair: David Patrick Michael Lam
Chair: BinBin J. Pearce
 

Capacity building and networking for transdisciplinary early-career researchers

David P. M. Lam, Josefa L. Kny, BinBin J. Pearce

3:00pm
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3:45pm
EC-4.1: Early career session 4.1 - Publication of TD research
 

How to publish in an inter- and transdisciplinary journal - The example of GAIA

Tobias Mickler, Martina Blum

EC-4.2: Early career session 4.2 - Writing and publishing as an ITD ECR - helping each other
Chair: BinBin J. Pearce
4:00pm
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5:30pm
ITD-A-1: ITD Alliance Information and Exchange Event (public)
6:00pm
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8:00pm
ITD-A-2: ITD Alliance General Assembly (members only)
Date: Tuesday, 14/Sept/2021
7:00am
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11:00pm
Open-PC-1: Visit pre-crafted contributions on iStage (Tuesday)
9:00am
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10:30am
KN-1: Opening & Focal point #1: TD and sustainable development - 1a. (Keynote talk)
11:00am
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11:45am
PC-1.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 1.1
 

Visualizing A Highly Coordinated Transdisciplinary Team for Precision Sustainable Agriculture

Jennifer Jo Thompson, Heather Darby, Brian Davis, Rob Myers, Meredith Niles, Hanna Poffenbarger, Ankita Raturi, Chris Reberg-Horton, Alison Robertson, Matthew Ryan, Resham Thapa, Steven Mirsky



Educating for Sustainability-Oriented Business Model Innovation: More collaborative, inter-, and transdisciplinary approaches with students and organizations are needed.

Ananda Wyss, Michael von Kutzschenbach



Water scarcity book for children: How to produce significant knowledge in the context of climate change in Chile

Sofia Vargas, Matias Taucare, Claudio Pareja



Disruptive Architecture through collaborative practice

Marco Luis Paladines Valarezo, Freddy Mamani

PC-1.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 1.2
 

Lessons from ID and TD Institutionalization in Socio-ecological Research in Brazil

Diego Pereira Lindoso, Gabriela Litre, Marcel Bursztyn



The rise of transdisciplinary boundary organisations - a framework and case study from the University of Technology Sydney

Isabel Sebastian, Dena Fam, Jason Prior



The coordination of challenge-driven research programs: lessons from three case studies

Laurens Hessels, Isabelle van Elzakker, Jos van den Broek, Leonie van Drooge, Jasper Deuten



The institutionalizing of transdisciplinary research and the emergence of knowledge co-production at the national level in Finland

Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki, Janina Käyhkö, Mikael Hilden

PC-1.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 1.3
 

Transdisciplinarity on Tour: The “Mobilab” – a Mobile Tiny House as Transdisciplinary Tool for Participation

Andreas Seebacher, Richard Georg Beecroft, Oliver Parodi, Christina Benighaus, Helena Trenks



It’s a matter of practice: “Opening up” experimentation in Living Labs

Julia Backhaus, Stefan John, Hadewych Honné



Knowledge Co-Creation in Urban Living Labs facing Complexity

Pia Laborgne, Joanna Suchomska



Transdisciplinary Mentoring of Bottom-up Citizen Science Projects

Csaba Bogdán, Attila Sík, Alexandra Sámóczi



A Citizen Work Group as part of a transdisciplinary research project on nuclear waste disposal in Germany

Roman Seidl, Cord Drögemüller, Pius Krütli, Clemens Walther



Living Lab Eckernförde 2030

Christian Wagner-Ahlfs



Open spaces of university campuses as living labs for urban sustainable transformation

Christoph Kueffer, Cengiz Akandil, Jonas Brännhage, Irina Glander, Sascha Ismail, Jasmin Joshi, Mark Krieger, Severin Krieger, Gabi Lerch

PC-1.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 1.4
 

Grounding crossdisciplinary integration: Toward a theory of microintegration

Chad Gonnerman, Stephen Crowley, Bethany Laursen, Michael O'Rourke, Brian Robinson



Forks in the road: Critical design moments for transdisciplinary processes

BinBin J. Pearce, Irina Dallo, Victoria Choi, Jan Freihardt, Cédric N. H. Middeld



Integrate the Integrators! A call for establishing academic careers for integration experts

Sabine Hoffmann, Lisa Deutsch, Julie Thompson Klein, Michael O'Rourke



Fostering actionable knowledge for sustainability via social learning: roles of professional knowledge and narratives

Kristina Hondrila, Ariane König

PC-1.5: Pre-crafted contributions - session 1.5
 

Transdisciplinary, trans-institutional Knowledge Creating Teams for the creation of transdisciplinary, challenge-driven educational programmes

Gemma Brigid O'Sullivan, Jake Rowan Byrne



Beyond All Discipline

Clive Holtham, Monica Biagioli, Allan Owens, Abdelfattah Abusrour, Osvaldo Garcia



Hybridizing science, design and local action: a new MOOC on Designing Resilient Regenerative Systems

Tobias Luthe, Justyna Swat, Tiphaine Mühlethaler



Activating breakthroughs: An online transdisciplinary career development program

Faye Miller



Transforming Teaching and Learning Spaces for Sustainable Development

Bayan Nizam Khaled, S. Duygu Sever, M. Evren Tok

     
11:45am
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12:30pm
PC-2.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 2.1
 

Challenges and Opportunities for Implementing Transdisciplinary Case Study Approaches in Post-Soviet Academic Systems: Experiences from Armenia and Georgia

Tigran Keryan, Andreas Muhar, Tamara Mitrofanenko, Lela Khartishvili



Building structures to institutionalize TDR in higher education at TU Berlin

Audrey Podann, Christine Ahrend



Introducing Transdisciplinarity: Two Cinematic Approaches

Anja Steglich, Audrey Podann, Ina Opitz, Nadin Gaasch



Facilitating a stronger role for the Science for the Carpathians network in the sustainable development of the Carpathian region

Tamara Mitrofanenko, Joanna Zawiejska, Attila Varga, Mónika Réti



Transdisciplinary formats (TRAFOS) of TU Berlin for generating transformation knowledge

Kathrin Wieck

PC-2.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 2.2
 

Understanding how climate information comes to matter. A dialogue on mutual learning about the role of co-production in urban climate governance in the cities of São Paulo and Hamburg

Laura Schmidt, Marcela da S. Feital



Looking at the intersection of the housing and the climate crises in Boston, MA: a transdisciplinary approach

Patricio Belloy, Sajani Kandel



Towards a co-design of adaptation measures to heat events in cities: examples from Heidelberg, Germany

Kathrin Foshag, Nicole Aeschbach



Energy citizens for inclusive decarbonization – Operationalizing transdisciplinarity within the Horizon 2020 framework

BinBin J. Pearce, Niall Dunphy, Gioia Falcone, Alexandros Flamos, Anastasia Ioannou, Jenny Lieu, Vassilis Stavrakas



#climatechallenge – Real-world experiments to empower change agents in sustainability transformation: Shifting from footprint to handprint actions.

Markus Szaguhn

PC-2.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 2.3
 

Collaborative Introspection as a Methodological Tool of Reflexivity - from multidisciplinary to transdisciplinary co-production

Caroline Adolfsson, Emma Björner, Eva Maria Jernsand, Helena Kraff, Marcus Nyström, Lillian Omondi, Sayaka Osanami Törngren, Thomas Pederson, Sofia Ulver



Facilitation of Transformative Learning Networks Through Paradox Management

Bruce Goldstein



Dialogue between transdisciplinary and action research: modus operandi and what we can learn from it

Varvara Nikulina, Rebecca Laycock Pedersen



Philosophical Background Assumptions in Science-Society Interactions: Mapping the Landscape of Arguments

Markus Dressel



Towards a relational values-based stakehold-ing approach to integrative transdisciplinary research with stakeholders

Giedre Kligyte, Susanne Pratt, Mariana Zafeirakopoulos



Values as leverage points for sustainability transformation: reflecting on the underlying assumptions

Andra-Ioana Horcea-Milcu

PC-2.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 2.4
 

Principles for designing and implementing learning modules for transdisciplinary and transformative research competencies: Insights from the Transformative Innovation Lab.

Philip Bernert, Matthias Wanner, Nele Fischer, Martina Schmitt, Matthias Barth



The Articulator A pedagogical device to deal transdisciplinary complex problems at the University

Gilberto Zinzún Hernández



Embracing TD and experiential learning to develop resilience in secondary schools

Monique Potts



Will technology safe our future? Teaching technology assessment and sustainability.

Clemens Mader, Jörn Felix Lübben



Enabling systemic innovation through experimentation in real-world laboratories

Tobias Luthe, Haley Fitzpatrick

1:30pm
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3:00pm
RT-1.1: Experiences and challenges of digital transdisciplinary formats (td-formats) in complex and contested research fields
 

Experiences and challenges of digital transdisciplinary formats (td-formats) in complex and contested research fields

Rosa Sierra, Melanie Mbah, Lucas Schwarz, Dörte Themann, Christina Benighaus, Frank Becker, Paula Bräuer

RT-1.2: Requirements for sustainability science from the perspective of non-governmental organisations – the example of BUND/Friends of the Earth, Germany, and the platform ‘Forschungswende’
 

Requirements for sustainability science from the perspective of non-governmental organisations – the example of BUND/Friends of the Earth, Germany, and the platform ‘Forschungswende’

Benjamin Nölting, Benedikt Jacobs, Ulrike Kallee, Joachim Spangenberg, Rudi Kurz, Katharina Ebinger, Steffi Ober

RT-1.3: Potentials and limitations of Theory of Change (ToC) - Systematizing experiences and ways forward
 

Potentials and limitations of Theory of Change (ToC) - Systematizing experiences and ways forward

Martina Schäfer, Lisa Deutsch, Silke Kleihauer, Rachel Claus, Brian Belcher, Kora Kristof, Sabine Hoffmann, Julian Schenten

RT-1.4: Transdisciplinarity in Digital Health and AI: From misconceptions to co-conception and production
 

Transdisciplinarity in Digital Health and AI: From misconceptions to co-conception and production

Peiling Yap, Flavia Schlegel, Amandeep Gill

RT-1.5: open slot
RT-1.6: Transforming academia: visions and pathways for a radical redesign
 

Transforming academia: visions and pathways for a radical redesign

O. Care, Michael Bernstein, Mollie Chapman, Isabel Diaz Reviergo, Gunnar Dressler, Maria Felipe-Lucia, Cecilie Friis, Sonja Graham, Jamila Haider, Monica Hernández-Morcillo, Maria Kernecker, Poppy Nicol, Hannah Pitt, Caroline Schill, Verena Seufert, Vivian Valencia, Julie Zaehringer

RT-1.7: Lessons learnt, future perspectives and capacity building pathways of SHAPE-ID
 

Lessons learnt, future perspectives and capacity building pathways of SHAPE-ID

Isabel Fletcher, Catherine Lyall, Christian Pohl, Sibylle Studer, Bianca Vienni-Baptista, Keisha Taylor-Wesselink, Wallace Doireann

RT-1.8: Creating ‘Safe Enough Spaces’ for Transformative Learning in TD: Fostering Personal and Collective Transformation
 

Creating ‘Safe Enough Spaces’ for Transformative Learning in TD: Fostering Personal and Collective Transformation

Ruth Dorothea Förster, Petra Biberhofer, Saskia Eschenbacher, Mandy Singer-Brodowski

3:30pm
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5:00pm
RT-2.1: Evaluation of what? And for whom? Tensions in Transdisciplinary Evaluation
 

Evaluation of what? And for whom? Tensions in Transdisciplinary Evaluation

Stephen Gary Williams, Dagmar Simon, John Holmberg, Kimberly Slater

RT-2.2: Discussion on the challenges for transdisciplinary (TD) work in Latin America: five case studies from a global perspective. [workshop in Spanish]
 

Discussion on the challenges for transdisciplinary (TD) work in Latin America: five case studies from a global perspective. [workshop in Spanish]

Pablo Riveros, Diana Soler, Jaqueline Meriño, Francisco Crespo, María Goñi, Luis Soto, Silvia Arguello, Cecilia Hidalgo

RT-2.3: Institutional transformations of universities towards transdisciplinarity: tackling cultural hegemonies
 

Institutional transformations of universities towards transdisciplinarity: tackling cultural hegemonies

Ulli Vilsmaier, Juliana Merçon, Basirat Oyalowo, Martina Schäfer, Dena Fam

RT-2.4: Workshop - Methodological aspects of social power relations in Td interactions
 

Workshop- Methodological aspects of social power relations in Td interactions

Maria De Eguia Huerta, Esther Meyer

RT-2.5: “Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa": Grappling with political dimensions
 

“Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa": Grappling with political dimensions

Taryn Pereira Kaplan, Aisa O. Manlosa, Richard Meissner, Nelson Odume, ‪Blessing Nonye Onyima, Rebecka Henriksson, Dylan McGarry, Norris Erhabor, Jessica Jane Cockburn

RT-2.6: Transdisciplinary research design - the need for reflective standards
 

Transdisciplinary research design - the need for reflective standards

Barbara Regeer, Kristiaan Kok

RT-2.7: Knowledge in Action: Short Film Dialogue
 

Knowledge in Action: Short Film Dialogue

Loni Hensler, Juliana Merçon, Gerardo Alatorre Frenk, David Donner Castro, Ingrid Estrada Paulin

RT-2.8: Theory of Change: Application for strategic planning of transdisciplinary research for outcomes
 

Theory of Change: Application for strategic planning of transdisciplinary research for outcomes

Rachel Claus, Rachel Davel, Daniela Pinto, Cheryl Heykoop, Brian Belcher

5:30pm
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7:00pm
KN-1b: General opening (for other time zones) & recorded keynote 1 (1a)
Date: Wednesday, 15/Sept/2021
7:00am
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8:30am
RT-3.1: Embodied learning for a complex world: exploring creative education approaches through a transdisciplinary workshop
 

Embodied learning for a complex world: exploring creative education approaches through a transdisciplinary workshop

Lucy Allen, Susanne Pratt, Giedre Kligyte, Barbara Doran, Bem Le Hunte, Jacqueline Melvold, Katie Ross

RT-3.2: Community-based innovations of natural resource managements visualized by transdisciplinary processes
 

Community-based innovations of natural resource managements visualized by transdisciplinary processes

Tetsu Sato, John Matewere, Brighten Ndawala, Hidetomo Tajima

RT-3.3: Knowledge brokering in transdisciplinary research to manage wicked problems
 

Knowledge brokering in transdisciplinary research to manage complex problems

Taryn M Kong, Jess Melbourne-Thomas, Qamar Schuyler, Rebecca Jordan, Michaela Cosijn, James Butler, Milena Kiatkoski Kim, Sara Mynott, Pia Harkness

 
7:00am
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11:00pm
Open-PC-2: Visit pre-crafted contributions on iStage (Wednesday)
9:00am
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10:30am
KN-2: Focal point #1: TD and sustainable development - 1b. (Panel discussion)
11:00am
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12:30pm
RT-4.1: The Apple-Model of Real-world Lab Research: Conceptual Considerations and Analytical Potential
 

The Apple-Model of Real-world Lab Research: Conceptual Considerations and Analytical Potential

Richard Georg Beecroft, Sarah Meyer-Soylu, Oliver Parodi, Julianna Gwiszcz

RT-4.2: open slot
RT-4.3: “Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa”: Grappling with personal dimensions
 

“Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa”: Grappling with personal dimensions

Matthew Weaver, Alice McClure, Nosiseko Mtati, Tasneem Jhetam, Ivan Pauw, Amy Bosworth, Tally Palmer, Ancois De Villiers, Gardiana Bandeira-Melo, Jessica Jane Cockburn

RT-4.4: open slot
RT-4.5: Transdisciplinary learning spaces in a university context
 

Transdisciplinary learning spaces in a university context

Kerstin Krellenberg, Nele Kress, Malena Haas

RT-4.6: Inverting the Transdisciplinary Research Process for Creating Generative Space and Avoiding Closed Mind-Sets: a Workshop on Reverse Project Initiation
 

Inverting the Transdisciplinary Research Process for Creating Generative Space and Avoiding Closed Mind-Sets: a Workshop on Reverse Project Initiation

Machiel Keestra, Hans Dieleman, Andrea Frank, Paul Hirsch, Mercedes Zandwijken

RT-4.7: Methods of knowledge integration in inter- and transdisciplinary research – what about epistemology and rigour?
 

Methods of knowledge integration in inter- and transdisciplinary research – what about epistemology and rigour?

Antonietta Di Giulio, Bianca Vienni Baptista, Sibylle Studer, Stefan Böschen

RT-4.8: open slot
1:30pm
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2:15pm
PC-3.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 3.1
 

Methodological insights for Strong transdisciplinarity

Cyrille Rigolot



Transdisciplinary research in natural resources management: towards an integrative and transformative use of co-concepts

Viola Hakkarainen, Katri Elina Mäkinen-Rostedt, Andra Horcea-Milcu, Dalia D'Amato, Johanna Jämsä, Katriina Soini



mQoL: Methodology for Assessing and Modeling Human Aspects in Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Computing in Situ

Katarzyna Wac, Alexandre De Masi, Igor Mattias, Vlad Manea, Allan Berrocal



Terminology of collaboration

Kristina Pelikan, Jakob Zinsstag



Mapping the discourse around transformative and transdisciplinary science for young scholars: sketching a participatory undertaking

Jan Freihardt, Marco Kellhammer

PC-3.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 3.2
 

Community resilience as a guiding mechanism for the execution of an intercultural transdisciplinary project in Guatemala

Ana Isabella González, Ana Isabel García, Michael Heinrich, Mónica Berger-González



Opportunities and challenges for inter- and transdisciplinary collaboration in an international research project - The case of the German-Ghanaian project EnerSHelF (Energy-Self-Sufficiency for Health Facilities in Ghana)

Sarah Rabe, Stefanie Meilinger, Katja Bender



Maps, Narratives and Data: addressing climate change developing boundary objects in one community located in Mediterranean semi-arid ecosystem of Chile

Nicolas R. Vergara Munoz, Marcelo D. Miranda Salas, Anahi V. Urquiza Gomez



Co-production of Knowledge and Sustainability Transformations: A Strategic Compass for Global Research Networks

Flurina Schneider, Theresa Tribaldos



Research Atlas: a digital tool to reline discussions between different players

Wiebke Hahn, Melanie Kryst

PC-3.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 3.3
 

Formative evaluation of transdisciplinary innovation processes. Opportunities and challenges of impact-oriented adjustment of regional innovation management

Emilia Nagy, Martina Schäfer



Improving the effectiveness of transdisciplinary research through co-produced and ongoing meta-research evaluation.

Eli Hatleskog, Ges Rosenberg



Scientific Room-Cleaning or The Practice of Research Management in Inter- and Transdisciplinarity

Sabine Toussaint



Research modes and their societal and academic impacts - Demarcating transdisciplinary research in sustainability science within 59 on-the-ground research projects

Stephanie Jahn, Jens Newig, Daniel J. Lang, Judith Kahle, Matthias Bergmann



Transdisciplinary Resilience Assessment: Lessons from the Development and Application of the I-RES Methodology in Diverse US Communities

Larissa Marchiori Pacheco, Liz Allen, Christopher Grasso, Elizabeth Moore, Jennie Stephens, Robin White



Transdisciplinary Processes in Climate Services. Quality and Formative Evaluation

Mirko Suhari, Susanne Schuck-Zöller, Markus Dressel, Elke Keup-Thiel, Diana Rechid, Sebastian Bathiany, Juliane El Zohbi

PC-3.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 3.4
 

Taking sustainability seriously: an empirically grounded typology of sustainability-oriented labs

Gavin McCrory, Niko Schäpke, Johan Holmén, John Holmberg



Experimental Strategies for Real-world Labs – Towards a Topology of Epistemic Practices Beyond a Natural Sciences Paradigm

Richard Georg Beecroft



Community of Practice and Reflexive Governance in Transdisciplinary Research on Crop Diversity Management

Selim Louafi, CoEx project members



Energy infrastructure, landscapes and sound

Annina Boogen



Audiovisual power for SDG16+: Reflecting on processes, roles and transformations beyond professional repertoires

Claudia Zingerli, Jeanine Reutemann, Remko Berkhout



Knowledge management practice to foster knowledge sharing in socio-environmental project

Natália Silvério, Eduardo Juan Soriano Sierra, Gregório Varvakis

PC-3.5: Pre-crafted contributions - session 3.5
 

Art, Politics, and Sustainability: A live techno performance

Stephen Gary Williams



Art and Design Pedagogical Practice as a site for Phenomenological and Theoretical Transdisciplinarity - A Post-Qualitative Project

Gianna Tasha Tomasso



How to span boundaries? Methodological reflections on transdisciplinary cooperation involving artistic and social research

Martina Ukowitz, Katrin Ackerl Konstantin



Advancing and contextualising arts-based participatory research methods to co-produce transdisciplinary knowledge for sustainable ocean governance

Mia Strand, Nina Rivers, Rachel Baasch



Suratómica: a collaborative global network of artists and scientists for new knowledge-creation.

Natalia Rivera, Daniela Brill Estrada, Ulrike Kuchner

     
2:15pm
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3:00pm
PC-4.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 4.1
 

Reclaiming research – dismanteling disciplines

Marco Kellhammer, Jan Freihardt



Methodological sensitivities for non-indigenous researchers adopting indigenous research methods for online data collection

Nicholas Allan Kirk, Nichola Harcourt, Alison Greenaway, Melissa Robson-Williams



What counts for transferability of knowledge across cases in transdisciplinary research?

Carolina Adler, Gabriela Wülser, Christian Pohl, Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn, Thomas Breu, Urs Wiesmann



Toolkitting on the Intersection of Creative Humanities and Scholarship of Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning

Iris van der Tuin



Towards an inter and transdisciplinary agenda to study sustainable territorial transitions

Marco Billi, Julio Labraña, Catalina Amigo, Anahí Urquiza, Nicolás Vergara, Roxana Bórquez

PC-4.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 4.2
 

Where science meets the user. Living lab method to support the co-development of the new urban climate model PALM-4U.

Antonina Kriuger, Saskia Dankwart-Kammoun, Irina Heese



The ENSO Paradigm: The need for an adaptive, climate-centered policy planning framework

John Charles Altomonte, Daniel Ratilla



Non-certified experts or Jane and Joe Public: Stakeholders within a thematically open transdisciplinary research approach

Ina Opitz



Transdisciplinary Boundary Smashing

Nicholas Zingale, Ronald Fry, Peter Hovmand, Abigail Poeske



Are inter- and transdisciplinary research projects self-transformative devices? Values of Nature and Nature's Contributions to People in ValPar.CH

Iago Otero, Joëlle Salomon Cavin, Emmanuel Reynard, Roger Keller

PC-4.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 4.3
 

Knowledge Exchange between Quadruple Helix Stakeholders on Sustainability: How Can Transdisciplinary Knowledge Networks Facilitate Sustainable Knowledge Exchange and Contribute to Complex Societal Issues?

Anne Rotteveel, Pim Klaassen, Frederique Demeijer, Marjolein Zweekhorst



A transdisciplinary arena in policy design – from on-the-ground practice to a Covid-19 induce pause

Mª Helena Guimarães, Teresa Pinto-Correia, Isabel Ferraz-de-Oliveira, Elvira Batista



“Sometimes we see water that is green or yellow and we find the fish dead”: The potential and limits of community monitoring to drive social accountability for mining-related water pollution in Zimbabwe

Désirée Ruppen, Fritz Brugger



Striving for efficiency

Kristina Pelikan, Jakob Zinsstag



Transdisciplinary design of water management concepts in the Andean highlands, Peru

Fabienne Minn, Hannah Kosow, Christian León, Hanna Kramer, Stephan Wasielewski, Michael Hügler, Stefan Stauder, Ana Acevedo, Roger Agüero, Manuel Krauss, Yvonne Zahumensky



Trans-disciplinarity and on-the-ground translation: co-creation with communities in Brazil and Colombia

João Porto de Albuquerque, Philipp Ulbrich, Marcos Rodrigo, Alejandro Rivera, Edna Rodríguez



Increasing the relevance of science for practice and practice for science: Quantitative empirical insights

Claudia R. Binder, Livia Fritz, Ralph Hansmann, Andreas Balthasar, Zilla Roose

PC-4.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 4.4
 

Fostering Knowledge Integration through Individual Competencies

Olga Skrebec, Marcel Hunecke



Towards a caring transdisciplinary research practice: Navigating Science, Society and Self

My M. Sellberg, Jessica Cockburn, Petra B. Holden, David P. M. Lam



Inselkita Spiekeroog - Energy efficient design of an environmental kindergarden for early childhood education on the island Spiekeroog – a collaborative- transdisciplinary higher education teaching project

Anja Willmann, Lena S. Kaiser, Roland Pesch, Sebastian Hollermann



An urban transformation ecosystem laboratory building on the NEWROPE network with hybrid open public structures, innovation brokers, and distributed organizations

Charlotte Schaeben, Falma Fshazi, Freek Persyn, Evelyne Gordon, Ina Valkanova, Lukas Fink, Michiel van lersel, Panayotis Antoniadis, Philippe Vandenbroeck, Seppe De Blust

3:30pm
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5:00pm
KN-3: Focal point #2: Collaboration towards impact - practitioner's and scientist's perspectives - 2a. (Tandem talk with moderated discussion)
Date: Thursday, 16/Sept/2021
7:00am
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11:00pm
Open-PC-3: Visit pre-crafted contributions on iStage (Thursday)
9:00am
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10:30am
KN-4: Focal point #2: Collaboration towards impact - practitioner's and scientist's perspectives - 2b. (Panel discussion)
11:00am
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12:30pm
RT-5.1: The role and shape of innovative formats in different transformative research settings
 

The role and shape of innovative formats in different transformative research settings

Bettina Brohmann, Melanie Mbah, Silke Kleihauer, Regina Rhodius, Daniel Hoernemann

RT-5.2: Sustainability without Exclusion: Inequalities in mobility transitions
 

Sustainability without Exclusion: Inequalities in mobility transitions

Moritz Engbers, Esther Maria Meyer

RT-5.3: open slot
RT-5.4: “Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa”: Grappling with practical dimensions
 

“Transformation & Transdisciplinarity in Africa”: Grappling with practical dimensions

Jessica Jane Cockburn, Nadia Sitas, Margaret Wolff, Nosiseko Mtati, Wandile Paul Mvulane, Gladman Thondhlana, Chipo Plaxedes Mubaya, Alice McClure, Sheunesu Ruwanza, Akosua BK Amaka-Otchere, Anthony Van Wyk, Nadine Methner, Alexandra Lissa

RT-5.5: Towards design principles for the transdisciplinary university classroom
 

Towards design principles for the transdisciplinary university classroom

Sarah de Vries, Marlies Brinkhuijsen, Carla Oonk, Gabrielle Bartelse, Karen Fortuin

RT-5.6: Utilization of TD co-generation of knowledge as proxy for understanding research (for development) impact
 

Utilization of TD co-generation of knowledge as proxy for understanding research (for development) impact

Aymara Victoria Llanque-Zonta, Johanna Jacobi, Stellah Mukhovi, Eliud Birachi, Per Von Groote, Carmenza Robledo-Abad



Utilization of TD co-generation of knowledge as proxy for understanding research (for development) impact

Aymara Victoria Llanque-Zonta, Johanna Jacobi, Stellah Mukhovi, Eliud Birachi, Per Von Groote, Carmenza Robledo-Abad

RT-5.7: open slot
RT-5.8: Knowledge exchange for sustainability-focused transdisciplinary research: Training in co-design and co-implementation
 

Knowledge exchange for sustainability-focused transdisciplinary research: Training in co-design and co-implementation

Gabriele Bammer, Margaret Krebs

 
1:30pm
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3:00pm
RT-6.1: How to move beyond the individual transdisciplinary research project? Strengthening institutional knowledge sharing
 

How to move beyond the individual transdisciplinary research project? Strengthening institutional knowledge sharing

Jillian Student

RT-6.2: Institutionalizing interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity: dynamics of cultures and communities
 

Institutionalizing interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity: dynamics of cultures and communities

Bianca Vienni Baptista, Julie Thompson Klein, Danilo Streck

RT-6.3: (Un)clear boundaries between TD practices and professional consultancy – the case of the TD research project Co-Creating Mobility Hubs
 

(Un)clear boundaries between TD practices and professional consultancy – the case of the TD research project Co-Creating Mobility Hubs

Katja Dunkel, Stefan Markus Müller, Philippe Stadler Benz, Cédric Wehrle, Beat Hürzeler, Michael Wicki

RT-6.4: Workshop Placemaking - Develop your own campus
 

Workshop Placemaking - Develop your own campus

Rosanne van Wieringen, Katusha Sol

RT-6.5: Grasping Transformation as a Learning Outcome in Higher Education: a co-creative exploration
 

Grasping Transformation as a Learning Outcome in Higher Education: a co-creative exploration

Carla Oonk, Karen Fortuin, Judith Gulikers, Nynke Post Uiterweer, Cassandra Tho

RT-6.6: Embedding place-based STEAM into teaching and learning
 

Embedding place-based STEAM into teaching and learning

Anita Mckeown, Rebecca White

RT-6.7: open slot
RT-6.8: Inter- and transdisciplinary research in intercultural context: learnings in dealing with complexity from research for development projects
 

Inter- and transdisciplinary research in intercultural context: learnings in dealing with complexity from research for development projects

Carmenza Robledo-Abad, Manuel Flury, Monica Berger, René Eschen, Johanna Jacobi, Elizabeth Jiménez, Aymara Llanque-Zonta, Urs Schaffner, Mirko Winkler, Jakob Zinsstag



Inter- and transdisciplinary research in intercultural context: learnings in dealing with complexity from research for development projects - PRE-CRAFTED ELEMENT

Carmenza Robledo-Abad, Manuel Flury, Monica Berger, René Eschen, Johanna Jacobi, Elizabeth Jiménez, Aymara Llanque-Zonta, Urs Schaffner, Mirko Winkler, Jakob Zinsstag

RT-6.9: Linkages between Transdisciplinarity and Education for Environmental Citizenship: Implications and Approaches
 

Linkages between Transdisciplinarity and Education for Environmental Citizenship: Implications and Approaches

Andreas Ch. HADJICHAMBIS, Ralph HANSMANN

3:30pm
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5:00pm
KN-5: Focal point #3: TD as collective - 3c. (Panel discussion - saguf event)
5:30pm
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6:15pm
PC-5.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 5.1
 

Precrafted Poster- Methodological aspects of social power relations in Td interactions

Maria De Eguia Huerta, Esther Meyer



Challenge accepted! – Coping strategies for developing Theories of Change in ITD contexts

Lisa Deutsch, Brian Belcher, Rachel Claus, Sabine Hoffmann



A Quality Assessment Framework for Transdisciplinary Research: Lessons from Evaluating Graduate Research Projects

Rachel Davel, Rachel Claus, Stephanie M. Jones, Brian M. Belcher, Daniela Pinto



QAF 2.0: A Refined Transdisciplinary Research Quality Assessment Framework

Brian M. Belcher, Rachel Claus, Rachel Davel, Stephanie M. Jones, Daniela Pinto

PC-5.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 5.2
 

tdAcademy – a new interactive (online) platform for the transdisciplinary research community

Josefa Kny, David P. M. Lam, Matthias Bergmann, Bettina Brohmann, Maria Freund, Daniel J. Lang, Oskar Marg, Melanie Mbah, Martina Schäfer, Lena Theiler



Liberating research and education: transdisciplinary methodologies based on Paulo Freire

Gerald Faschingeder, Loni Hensler, Juliana Merçon, Ulli Vilsmaier



Moving from interdisciplinarity to transdisciplinarity: A case study of boundary crossing among students participating in virtual international and interdisciplinary community service-learning module

Sarju Sing Rai, Evert M. van Grol, Marjolein B.M. Zweekhorst



Collaboratively training transdisciplinary scholars and practitioners: Exploring challenges and opportunities in the COVID-19 pandemic context

Maureen Reed, Jessica Jane Cockburn, James Robson, Eureta Rosenberg, Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Constanza Mora Sanchez



Global Perspectives: Multi-spatial trajectories at the nexus of art and science discourse

Christiana Kazakou

PC-5.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 5.3
 

The underused potential of art-science collaborations: improving the balance in collaboration practices between artists and scientists can impact knowledge production

Ulrike Kuchner



Piloting Fairer Futures: Reflections on youth engagement with just and sustainable future cities through flash fiction

Louise Michelle Fitzgerald, Anna R. Davies



Art, science and society: Reflections on TD practices on the intersection of disciplines and their impact.

Alexandra Graupner, Nina Horstmann



Converging arts, science and technology - A Q-Study: Is transdisciplinarity the shared language?

Zeynep Birsel, Thibault Van de Sompele



AExpertirience

Daniel Hoernemann

PC-5.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 5.4
 

Cut the Crap – Teach for Future! Transdisciplinary Learning for Sustainable Development

Karl Herweg, Thomas Tribelhorn, Anna Lewis, Isabelle Providoli, Lilian Trechsel, Camilla Steinböck



TD approaches to upskilling: A model of motivation and impact on digital platforms

Stefano Brusoni, Alan Cabello



Going beyond the AHA! Moment: Insight discovery process as a transdisciplinary competence

BinBin J. Pearce, Lisa Deutsch, Patricia Fry



Learning and experimentation in daily life practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic – results from the “Logbook of Change”

Bettina König, Benjamin Nölting



How to Leave a Comfort Zone: Transdisciplinary Education and Academic Learning Spaces Beyond the University

Thorsten Philipp, Schmohl Tobias



Creating Transdisciplinary Teaching Spaces. Cooperation of Universities and Non-University Partners to Design Higher Education for Regional Sustainable Transition

Birgit Hoinle, Ilka Roose

   
6:15pm
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7:00pm
PC-6.1: Pre-crafted contributions - session 6.1
 

Tangible Infrastructures for Living Labs

Christian Berkes, Prof. Dr. Antje Michel, Ronja Rohr



Designing transition spaces for sustainable futures in Latin America: the case of SARAS T-Lab

MARIA Zurbriggen, Silvana Juri



The CareLab for People and Planet – a photovoice approach for creating a transformative learning space at a Portuguese Higher Education Institution

Antje Disterheft, Tomás B. Ramos



Breaking paradigms: challenges and opportunities of the institutionalization of transdisciplinarity by the national research council of Mexico

Juliana Merçon, Ileana Espejel, Aramis Olivos Ortiz, Maria Perevochtchikova, Gian Carlo Delgado Ramos, Miguel Equihua Zamora, Ana de Luca Zuria, Enrique Martínez Meyer, Indra Moradain Ahuerma, Ana Pohlenz de Tavira, Ireri Suazo Otuño, Liliana Ximena López Cruz, Miguel Martínez Ramos



Co-constructing knowledge with family farmer organizations in the Brazilian Amazon: mutual learning between farmers and researchers

Stéphanie Nasuti, Emilie Coudel, Beatriz Abreu dos Santos, Mariana Piva da Silva, Dorine Attard, Rodrigo Viellas



Laboratorio de diagnóstico COVID-19 en el CAMPUS Interinstitucional de Tacuarembó

Gustavo Ferreira, anecdotario Casnati, Gabriela Nogueira, Julio Sayes

PC-6.2: Pre-crafted contributions - session 6.2
 

A multi-actor, multi-staged approach to building transformation pathways for water-related dynamics in periurban India

Sarah Luft, Shreya Chakraborty, Carsten Butsch, Sharlene L. Gomes, Leon M. Hermans



Intercultural One Health Research in Guatemala: Patients as Bridges Between Knowledge Systems

Monica Berger-Gonzalez, Brigit Obrist, Jakob Zinsstag



Exploring relational capacities in transdisciplinarity for dealing with complex climate change challenges in an African, urban context

Alice McClure



Investigating Abuses against Asylum-Seekers: Advancing the Collaborative Model of Investigative Journalism Across the Global South and the North

Kirsi-Mari Annele Cheas



Contextualising Transdisciplinary Research: Insights from Asia, Africa and Latin America

Flurina Schneider



Research and pandemic-related restrictions: Reflections on transdisciplinary research practice

Anita Etale, Austin Ablo

PC-6.3: Pre-crafted contributions - session 6.3
 

Transformative transdisciplinary research with sustainability initiatives: challenges and future directions

David P. M. Lam, Andra I. Horcea-Milcu, Karoline Augenstein, Philip Bernert, Lakshmi Charli-Joseph, Jessica Cockburn, Teresa Kampfmann, Laura Pereira, My M. Sellberg



Green Health Project: What does it mean to make transdisciplinary methods on ethnobotanical research? A fieldwork experience

Ana Isabel García, Ana Isabella González, Michael Heinrich, Rafael Grajeda, Mónica Berger-González, Francesca Scotti



biopunk.kitchen: a local social innovation ecosystem embedded, transdisciplinary platform approach as experimental space for a sustainable bioeconomy transformation.

Björn Huwe



Beyond Rules and Obligations: Learning from Circular Citizens in Finland and Russia

Angelina Korsunova, Noora Viholainen, Annukka Vainio, Mirka Råberg, Alexandra Nenko, Marina Kurilova, Anastasiia Galaktionova



Investigating conditions to experiment with transdisciplinarity - the case of maker platforms

Tobias Held



L200 hybrid space: a boundary object and a collective learning process

Ileana Apostol, Panayotis Antoniadis

PC-6.4: Pre-crafted contributions - session 6.4
 

Unraveling Configurations of Participatory Collectives: A Literature Review on Effective and Meaningful Academic and Non-Academic Knowledge Integration

Durwin Lynch, Valentina Vodopivec, Eduardo Muniz Pereira Urias, Dirk Essink, Marjolein Zweekhorst



Serious Games for learning in sustainability transitions: Experiences from a transdisciplinary serious game development

Katharina Toth, Katharina Gugerell, Marianne Penker, Verena Radinger-Peer



Using Augmented Reality to build layers of shared understanding

David Earle, Katrine Lindvig, Line Hillersdal



Participative modelling as method for transdisciplinary integration in the planning of urban futures

Gabriela Michelini, Diego Dametto, Daniel Klaperski, Antje Michel, Tobias Schröder, Anne Tauch, Roy Popiolek



Serious Games as a tool for transdisciplinary communities of practice

Ulrike Zeshan



Observing transdisciplinary-processes through Social-Network Analysis

Leonhard Späth, Pius Krütli, Murat Sartas, Marc Schut, Johan Six, Benjamin Wilde, Rea Pärli

PC-6.5: Pre-crafted contributions - session 6.5
 

An attempt to strengthen and assess transdisciplinary competences in an undergraduate course

Marlene Mader, BinBin Pearce, Leonhard Späth, Carmenza Robledo Abad Althaus, Urs Brändle, Livia Hess, Rachel Kunstmann, Gina Saccavino, Yuri Schmid, Christian Pohl



(Re)designing university courses to foster transformational mindsets and capabilities to work in transdisciplinary teams

Kateryna Pereverza, Hayley Ho



Integrative Literature Review on Transdisciplinary Research: Towards a Multi-stakeholder Approach to Transdisciplinary Education

JiaYing Chew, Miikka J. Lehtonen



Transdisciplinary approaches to transdisciplinary learning

Alex Baumber



“Collaborative decision-making under uncertainty”: the importance of transdisciplinary learning and teaching in life-long learning and continuing education for societal transformation

BinBin J. Pearce, Michael Stauffacher



A typology of transdisciplinary learning and capacity development in sustainability science: who is doing what, where, and how?

Jessica Jane Cockburn, Maureen Reed, James Robson, Eureta Rosenberg, Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Wandile Paul Mvulane

 
Date: Friday, 17/Sept/2021
7:00am
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11:00pm
Open-PC-4: Visit pre-crafted contributions on iStage (Friday)
9:00am
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10:30am
KN-6: Focal point #3: TD as collective - 3a. (Tandem talk with moderated discussion)
11:00am
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12:30pm
RT-7.1: Using The Seven Transdisciplinary Habits of Mind (Mishra et. al, 2011) as a Toolset for Integrative Creative Practice
 

Using The Seven Transdisciplinary Habits of Mind (Mishra et. al, 2011) as a Toolset for Integrative Creative Practice

Gianna Tasha Tomasso, Glen O'Sullivan

RT-7.2: open slot
RT-7.3: How to measure the degree of transformance in Agriculture using Living Labs approach?
 

How to measure the degree of transformance in Agriculture using Living Labs approach?

Erika Angarita, Jürn Sanders

RT-7.4: Building Transdisciplinary Capacity – How can transdisciplinary research and university-based sustainability labs support societal impact towards sustainable futures?
 

Building Transdisciplinary Capacity – How can transdisciplinary research and university-based sustainability labs support societal impact towards sustainable futures?

Ralph Voma Tafon, Fred Saunders, Michael Gilek, Jen Dollin, Darelle van Greunen, Jennifer O'Brien, James Evans, Eva Friman, Nina Tynkkynen

RT-7.5: Generative conflicts? Co-creating a research agenda for the generative role of conflict and tensions for transformative impact.
 

Generative conflicts? Co-creating a research agenda for the generative role of conflict and tensions for transformative impact.

Timo von Wirth, Peter Ache

RT-7.6: Building pathways between transdisciplinarity and transformations: reflections on practices and methods from the ground
 

Building pathways between transdisciplinarity and transformations: reflections on practices and methods from the ground

Carla Alvial Palavicino, Olivier Ejderyan, Bianca Vienni Baptista

RT-7.7: open slot
RT-7.8: Nature, Networks and Bridging the Perception Gap between Science and Society: An Action Research Study of the Primary Attention Groups of Urban Citizens
 

Nature, Networks and Bridging the Perception Gap between Science and Society: An Action Research Study of the Primary Attention Groups of Urban Citizens

David Buckley, Aoife Donnelly, Lorraine D'Arcy

1:30pm
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3:00pm
RT-8.1: The operalization of transdisciplinary co-production: What does methodological diversity mean for knowledge transfer and replicability?
 

The operalization of transdisciplinary co-production: What does methodological diversity mean for knowledge transfer and replicability?

Kerstin Hemström, Henrietta Palmer, Beth Perry, Merritt Polk

RT-8.2: Co-harvesting Tools for Change: Leveraging multiplicity, systemic-design knowledge and real-world experimentation towards regeneration.
 

Co-harvesting Tools for Change: Leveraging multiplicity, systemic-design knowledge and real-world experimentation towards regeneration.

Haley Fitzpatrick, Tobias Luthe

RT-8.3: Local Space and Global Topic – Success Factors of the Grand Challenge Forum on Global Health
 

Local Space and Global Topic – Success Factors of the Grand Challenge Forum on Global Health

Nadin Gaasch, Angela Osterheider, Audrey Podann, Christine Ahrend

RT-8.4: Failure is an option: Creating space to talk about failure in transdisciplinary sustainability research
 

Failure is an option: Creating space to talk about failure in transdisciplinary sustainability research

Rebecca Laycock Pedersen, My Sellberg

RT-8.5: Adopted, aspired, ascribed, resisted: dealing with researcher roles in transdisciplinary processes
 

Adopted, aspired, ascribed, resisted: dealing with researcher roles in transdisciplinary processes

Callum J Gunn, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Barbara J Regeer

RT-8.6: Louder Together: Accelerating multi-discipline dialogues for development.
 

Louder Together: Accelerating multi-discipline dialogues for development.

Mona Ibrahim, Elsiddig Elmukashfi, Alhadi Osman, Mohamed Elsheikh

RT-8.7: How to assess societal impact of research: Approaches and experiences from different transdisciplinary and participatory research fields
 

How to assess societal impact of research: Approaches and experiences from different transdisciplinary and participatory research fields

Josefa Kny, Rachel Claus, Janet Harris, Martina Schäfer, Brian Belcher

RT-8.8: open slot
3:30pm
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5:00pm
RT-9.1: Building transdisciplinary science-policy capacities and opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean through an Inter-American fellowship program
 

Building transdisciplinary science-policy capacities and opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean through an Inter-American fellowship program

Ana Watson Jimenez, Kimberly Portmess, Marcella Ohira, Marga Gual Soler

RT-9.2: Navigating power in transdisciplinary research: From reflection to resistance
 

Navigating power in transdisciplinary research: From reflection to resistance

Livia Fritz, Olivier Ejderyan, Franziska Meinherz

RT-9.3: Discerning purpose within complexity: coordination and development strategies for a transdisciplinary, problem-based, thematic studio course for undergraduates
 

Discerning purpose within complexity: coordination and development strategies for a transdisciplinary, problem-based, thematic studio course for undergraduates

Stephanie Nicole Lewis, Anne-Lise Velez, Najla Miranda Mouchrek

RT-9.4: Co-creating guidelines for transdisciplinary learning & teaching publishing
 

Co-creating guidelines for transdisciplinary learning & teaching publishing

BinBin J. Pearce, Michael Stauffacher, Matthias Barth

RT-9.5: open slot
RT-9.6: Learning and experimentation in daily life practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic – a citizen science workshop discussing results from the “Logbook of Change”
 

Documenting learning and experimentation in daily life due to the COVID-19 pandemic through social citizen science – lessons for transdisciplinarity?

Bettina König, Benjamin Nölting, Carolin Baedecker, Julia Rösch, Antonietta DiGiulio

RT-9.7: Reflecting back on the Urban Forum – Practice meets Academia
 

Reflecting back on the Urban Forum – Practice meets Academia

Sonia Curnier, Andrea Kahn, Lisa Babette Diedrich, Per-Johan Dahl

RT-9.8: Enabling conditions for inter- and trans-disciplinary integration: Commonalities and differences across geographical regions [with Spanish breakout-rooms]
 

Enabling conditions for inter- and trans-disciplinary integration: Commonalities and differences across geographical regions

Sabine Hoffmann, Lisa Deutsch, Jan Streit, Benjamin Hofmann, Julie Thompson Klein, Christian Pohl, Kristine Glauber, Christine Ogilvie Hendren, Pips Veazey, Kristine Lund, Carmenza Robledo



Enabling conditions for inter- and trans-disciplinary integration: Commonalities and differences across geographical regions [with Spanish breakout-rooms]

Sabine Hoffmann, Lisa Deutsch, Jan Streit, Benjamin Hofmann, Julie Thompson Klein, Christian Pohl, Kristine Glauber, Christine Ogilvie Hendren, Pips Veazey, Kristine Lund, Carmenza Robledo

5:30pm
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7:30pm
KN-7: Focal point #3: TD as collective - 3b. (Panel discussion) - followed by official closing

 
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