UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies


Seminar: Andy Stirling(Sussex) - Title TBC

Start: Mar 07, 2018 04:00 PM

Location: UCL Chadwick Building, room 2.18


7th March 2018, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.


UCL Darwin Building, room B15, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.



About the speaker

Formerly Research Director for SPRU (2006-13) and the Sussex Management School (2009-2012), my current work here involves research and postgraduate teaching on democracr and sustainability in science and technology. Among many projects, I co-direct the ESRC-funded joint IDS-SPRU STEPS Centre, am Deputy Director for the DEFRA-funded joint Surrey-Sussex Research Group on Sustainable Lifestyles, and the Director of a spin-off University Enterprise on Multicriteria Mapping. A longstanding member of the Sussex Energy Group, I'm SPRU PI for collaborative initiatives on governance of climate geoengineering and the discontinuing of technological systems. I'm also involved in projects on reframing general concepts of security, understanding energy security, mapping science systems and exploring 'responsible innovation'.  I serve on the Research Committee of the ESRC and on editorial boards for the Journal of Risk Research, Minerva, Nature EMBO Reports, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management and Environmental Innovation and Societal Transition.

STS research seminars

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