When: Thursday April 20 and Friday April 21, 2017 (9.00am to 6.30pm, both days)
Where: University of Copenhagen, H. C. Ørsted Institute, Universitetsparken 5, Copenhagen
Registration and informal reception: April 19, 4.30pm-6.30pm at the Department of Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Øster Voldgade 3, Copenhagen
- Johanna Seibt (Aarhus): “Theoretical Challenges for and by Social Robotics” [see also ◊ or ◊]
- Roger Strand (Bergen): “Post-Factual or Post-Normal?”
- James W. McAllister (Leiden): “Effortlessness in Science”
- Henrik Kragh Sørensen (Copenhagen)
- Mariana Vitti Rodrigues (Copenhagen)
- Frank Zenker (Lund)
- Henrik Thorén (Lund)
Call for papers and posters
The deadline for submission of abstracts closed January 15, 2017. Please refer to the Call for Papers for information. The review process is now underway, and decisions will be announced by February 15, 2017.
The program committee is headed by Henrik Thorén (Lund) and Henrik Kragh Sørensen (Copenhagen). The following colleagues have agreed to serve on the program committee:
- Sara Green, Copenhagen
- Till Grüne-Yanoff, Stockholm
- Søren Harnow, Odense
- Lars-Göran Johannsson, Uppsala
- Michiru Nagatsu, Helsinki
- Veli-Pekka Parkkinen, Kent
- Maria Serban, Copenhagen
- Marta Sznaijder,
- Petri Ylikoski, Helsinki
- Julie Zahle, Copenhagen
- Frank Zenker, Lund
Registration closed on April 1, 2017.
The provisional program (updated April 17) is available online: NNPS2017-program. Changes are (hopefully) unlikely.
The list of assigned commentators (updated April 5) is also available online: NNPS2017-commentators. Great effort has been invested in accommodating the bids – but not all wishes could be fulfilled. We hope that all commentators will take it upon themselves to prepare a commentary as introduction to discussion.
All accepted speakers are requested to send their draft manuscripts to the assigned commentators before April 6. It may be a good idea for the author to also communicate about the status of the manuscript and/or special points of interest in feedback.
All rooms are equipped with a projector. Speakers are asked to bring their own computer and/or coordinate with each other.
We will need chairs for the parallel sessions. The role of the chair is to keep time and to chair the discussion. Please email the organizers if you are willing to chair a session (possibly giving preferences).
It is easy to access Copenhagen by air, train or car.
If you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, you can board the Metro which will take you to Kongens Nytorv (close to the WakeUp Copenhagen Hotel) or Nørreport Station (close to the Department of Science Education).
Trains arrive at Copenhagen Central Station from a variety of locations in Denmark, Sweden and Germany. From Copenhagen Central, busses and S-trains can take you to your destination.
If you plan to go by car to Copenhagen, be advised the parking needs to be paid for, either at the hotel or at rates of up to DKK375 per day.
Copenhagen provides many and diverse forms of accommodation for participants. You can find more information at Visit Copenhagen or using one of the many search tools for hotels.
We have made pre-reservations for a number of rooms at the centrally located WakeUp Copenhagen Hotel. If you book online using this link, single rooms cost DKK805 per night (including breakfast and free internet) and double rooms (one double bed, including breakfast and free internet) costs DKK985 per night.