15th and 16th June 2023
picture: Universitat Jaume I
The ETHNA System Project is working on the Final Conference during which we will be presenting the results of the Research and Innovation Governance Ethical System we have designed and implemented all along the last three years and a half. During the conference we will also debate about the future challenges in order to advance in the consolidation of a Responsible and Open Science. Sister projects, experts and entities interested in grounding ethical governance for the use of responsible research and innovation (RRI) in Higher Education, Research Funding, Innovation Ecosystems and Research Centres, will be all welcome.
Registration will be open until June 8th.
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|9.00 – 9.15||Opening note||Margarita Vergara, Deputy VIcerector of Research, Universitat Jaume I (UJI), Spain|
|9.15 – 10.00||ETHNA system and how to promote RRI in the era of publish or perish||Elsa González Esteban, ETHNA System|
|10.00 – 10.30||Importance and Necessity of Stakeholder Engagement||Lisa Häberlein and Philipp Hövel, European Network of Research Ethics Committees (EUREC), Germany|
|10.30 – 11.00||Coffee break|
|11.00 – 13.00||Experiences in applying ETHNA system and research ethics tools in four different contexts (Roundtable)||Marko Hajdinjak, Applied Research and Communications Fund (ARC Fund)
Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Instituto de Desenvolvimento de Novas Tecnologias (Uninova), Portugal
Ülle Must, Education and Youth Board (HARNO), Estonia
Laura Bernal Sánchez, Universitat Jaume I (UJI), Spain
|13:00 – 13:30||Poster walk: participants will have the opportunity to exchange with poster authors displayed|
|13:300 – 15:00||Lunch break*|
|15.00 – 16.30||Evaluation of the ETHNA System: what to expect (and not to) in the ethical implementation processes and practical guidelines.||Gabor Szüdi, Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Austria
Marko Hajdinjak, Applied Research and Communications Fund (ARC Fund), Bulgaria
Maya Vestergaard Bidstrup, The Danish Board of Technology (DBT), Denmark
|16:30 – 22:30||Trip to Benicassim: Benicassim is a holiday-destination municipality 15 minutes away from Castelló de la Plana. Participants can enjoy:
* Catering will be served onsite.
**Free activity, registration required
The Menador Cultural Space is a large cultural space, fitted with the latest technologies and its own programme of events for public use. The building has an exhibition hall, an education museum, training rooms and a digital library, all managed by the UJI; for its part, the city council has relocated its departments of Culture, Education, Linguistic Normalisation, Youth and several other cultural bodies to the new premises. The two institutions share the use of a conference room, a multipurpose room and the central atrium.
The original building was designed in 1946 by the architects Francisco Echenique Gómez, Luis Felipe Quijada Martínez and Mariano Nasarre Audera and is listed in the city’s Historical Heritage Catalogue. Its striking facade, in Borriol stone, gives the edifice an air of robust beauty and remains the same as in the original project.
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