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Event Revelation Science with Chris Davis on Semantic web and enipedia.tudelft.nl
Name Revelation Science with Chris Davis on Semantic web and enipedia.tudelft.nl

Duration 13 Dec 2011 - 13 Dec 2011
Information Dr. Martijn Warnier on "Designing Privacy - Issues and Solutions"

* Location: RevSpace
* Open from: 20:00
* Ticket price: Free

Next event

  • 13 December 2011 : 20:00
  • Dr. Martijn Warnier, Delft University of Technology
  • Title "Designing Privacy - Issues and Solutions"
  • Background reading:
  • Martijn is Assistant Professor in the Section Systems Engineering , Faculty Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology. He is also a member of the Participatory Systems initiative headed by Frances Brazier. He used to be a Post-Doc in the Intelligent Interactive Distributed Systems (IIDS) group at the Department of Computer Science at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Before joining IIDS he was a PhD student in Bart Jacob's Security of Systems (SoS) group at the Radboud University Nijmegen, of mifare fame. His research interests include the computational foundation of complex Socio-Technical systems and the interaction of such systems. With a particular interest for trust, privacy, integrity and other security properties of systems on the one hand and self-organizing, self-healing, self-configuring and other autonomic systems on the other hand. He believes that, in general, the really interesting research problems can only be solved by combining research results from different fields and by working together with researchers from multiple academic backgrounds.

Event after that

Old events


An evening, where an invited scientist/engineer talks about the latest/greatest/weirdest topic they work with. Goal is to present a topic or problem so that an an intelligent but lay audience can follow it. After a talk (say 45 mins to 1 hour) an hour long discussion Q&A session will take place, followed by an informal drinks and further discussion. The topics are not set or limited, as long it has a solid scientific base and can be related to things hackers / geeks care about.


Estimated frequency 12 or 6 times a year.

For who

For all RevSpace members plus any other guest that is interested in coming.

By whom

Gori will be contacting and inviting scientists from his own network + whoever else gets suggested. Please feel free to suggest a person to invite, or a topic to find a expert for below

To Do

  • Organize a recording setup, video & sound for youtube/web dissemination (gmc will help with this Tuesday)

List of potential speakers / topics

  • 4 october - Vered Blass - Tel Aviv University, - E-waste, End of Life networks and you
  • Igor Nikolic TPM/ TU Delft Complex Adaptive Systems theory and how to understand and model the co-evolution between social and technical systems.
  • Rene Kleijn from CML Leiden about (rare earth) metal flows through the economy/ecology
  • Chris Davis about wikis, open data, social processes and structuring complexity
  • Mark de Bruijne TPM/TU Delft about robustness and resilience in infrastructure systems
  • Frank Boons, EUR, social systems / industrial systems
  • Quantum Computing - Floor Paauw for example
  • Nanotechnology : possible contact via diggie
  • < please add an idea! >