Waag Talks at DDW: The State of Citizen Science
Citizen science is on the rise and measurement communities are seen as equal by more and more governments and businesses. This is just as well, because they are the most important experts on their own living environment.
In this second edition of The State of Citizen Science we explore what it takes to democratise knowledge. How can citizen scientists and scientists work together in a satisfactory way? What do citizen scientists need from policymakers? And what can measurement communities around the country learn from each other?
The meetup will start with a panel discussion between a citizen scientist, scientist and policymaker. Then we'll break out into workshops. It promises to be an interactive meeting where the exchange of knowledge and experiences is central. At the end of the workshops there will be a tour of the DDW exhibitions in the Klokgebouw and drinks afterwards.
14:00-15:45 hrs - panel with:
- Jean-Paul Close (AiREAS)
- Joyce van Geenen (omgevingsdienst Zuid-Oost Brabant)
- Emiel Rijshouwer (Erasmus Universiteit)
Moderation by Kathalijn Vergeer
15:00 -15:45 hrs- Workshops:
- Storytelling met data door Douwe-Sjoerd Boschman
- Public Stack door Max Kortlander
- Smart Citizen workshop door Maarten van Veen
16:00-17:00 hrs - guided tour of Klokgebouw including Waag installations
17:15-18:00 hrs - drinks back at Klokgebouw
This event is mostly Dutch.
About Waag Futurelab
Waag Futurelab is a platform for designers and artists to research current societal issues. Waag brings together all relevant parties through expositions, presentations, experiments, debates and reflection. In the four-year Expeditions to planet B programme, Waag Futurelab is finding the answer to the following design questions: what if a planet B would exist? How would we re-design our world and our lives? And what does that teach us about the here and now?