Watch Wiebe Bijker’s valedictory lecture, and read about what his colleagues made for him. Book and music.
Dutch celebration of science in 2021 focused on AI and Big Data.
Anna Bon defends her PhD about digital technologies for development.
workshop on digital humanism, online, November 2021
While some colleagues were doing fieldwork for the Making Clinical Sense project, we wrote postcards to each other. They documented observations, ideas, dilemmas, puzzles, and everyday happenings. Of course they are short, capturing moments of observation or questions or a short greeting. But as we have learned in our project, from studying how doctors learn […]
Over the past few years, together with many colleagues, I have been setting up a BA Digital Society at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University. It is an interdisciplinary programme. Our graduates will work at the interface of society and digitalisation. I wrote a short article about our aims for the […]
Earlier this year, the corona virus started to take its toll around the world. It affects people’s health and daily lives, and healthcare systems. The economic well-being of individuals, companies, sectors and countries are threatened. This short article draws on input provided by early career researchers involved in the Digital Society Programme (that involves all […]
Together with Andrew Webster (University of York, England), I have edited a book. It is both a celebration of the Health, Technology and Society series (published by Palgrave Macmillan) that we have jointly edited since 2006. In this compilation, we aim to capture examples of the excellent scholarship that the series produced and to reflect […]
On 22 October 2019, Anna Harris (Maastricht), Shanti Sumartojo (Monash) and I organised a workshop in Maastricht about how to design teaching and learning spaces, using tools from sensory and design ethnography. About 30 colleagues attended, and you can read more about it on the blog we prepared for the Teaching and Learning blog of […]
One of the best things about my work is the opportunity to meet interesting people in interesting places, to share ideas and learn from them. That came to an abrupt halt in March 2020. Below is a list of the events from the early part of the year. We are still waiting to see what […]