Session:Hackademia - research presentations
|Description||A space for academics researching people, technology and infrastructure to present and discuss their research.|
|Keyword(s)||social, political, security|
|Tags||Sociology, Hacking, Technology, Infrastructure, Research, Anthropology, Politics|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Starts at||2017/12/29 10:00|
|Ends at||2017/12/29 12:00|
|Location||Room:Seminar room 14-15|
A space for academics studying hacking, technology, infrastructure and related topics to present their work, get feedback and discuss topics of mutual interest. Presentations 15-20 mins with 5-10 minutes for questions. The intention is to provide a space to discuss our work, potentially feed back to some of the communities we work with, and discuss some of the things we’re finding particularly interesting, difficult or confusing in our research.
No previous knowledge required to attend – all welcome!
Current presentation schedule:
Ben Collier - Onion(and on and on): A sociological study of Tor
Felix Gerloff – PhD project overview: Programming Epistemologies
(Maxigas - CCCongress talks; and/or IRC history in light of critique and recuperation in technological cycles)