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New Research Fellow Post

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM).

Fri 01 September 2017, 17:14

New Professor Post

Applications are invited for a Professor in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM).

Tue 29 August 2017, 11:39 | Tags: news-item-2

New Associate Professor Post

Applications are invited for an Associate Professor in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM).

Thu 06 July 2017, 14:14

Ambivalences of Abstraction

A workshop on the Ambivalences of Abstraction is being hosted by Celia Lury to mark the ending of her ESRC’s Professorial Fellowship entitled Order and Continuity: Methods for Change in a Topological Society.

Thu 08 June 2017, 11:38 | Tags: news-item-3

Surfacing Social Aspects of Driverless Cars

On December 2nd 2016, an interdisciplinary workshop took place at the University of Warwick on the social aspects of driverless cars. This subject featured prominently in a recent House of Lords report on the future of autonomous vehicles, and the following workshop report details some insights the workshop generated into the challenge of anticipating societal change in this area.

Wed 10 May 2017, 16:08

'Governance by Dashboard' - a policy report

In collaboration with DEMOS, Nathaniel Tkacz recently published a policy report which considers how dashboard interfaces, analytics and data are transforming parts of the public sector. The report, titled 'Governance by Dashboard' describes how dashboards are used in different areas of government, highlights their limitations for decision-making, and offers suggestions for best practice.
Fri 21 April 2017, 09:47 | Tags: news-item-1

Social Imaginaries: The re-invention of social research

Panel discussion and book launch of Digital Sociology by Noortje Marres

Fri 07 April 2017, 13:58

Featured work by Pablo Velasco and Noortje Marres

An edited collection was recently published featuring work by two CIM associates, Pablo Velasco and Noortje Marres "Innovative Methods in Media and Communication Research" (Kubitschko, Sebastian, Kaun, Anne (Eds.) )

More info about the book: https://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319406992
Marres' section introduction "Experiments in Interpretation" can be downloaded via: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-3-319-40700-5%2F2%2F1.pdf

Wed 22 February 2017, 13:15

Launch event: Science of Cities Seminars

Missing Maps: putting the most vulnerable cities on the map

12th January 2017

4pm Talk by Pete Masters, MSF UK

5pm – 7pm Humanitarian Mapping Event

Location: OC1.04 (talk) / OC1.01 (mapping event) – The Oculus

What’s the point of spending loads of my free time sitting at a computer drawing round little shapes on blurry satellite images in places that I will probably never go?

Missing Maps is a crowdsourced mapping project, where 1000s of individuals dedicate hours of their time to tracing geographical features from satellite images. To an outside observer, it can look mind numbing, but these volunteers are providing NGOs and others with vital datasets that otherwise would not exist. For Medecins Sans Frontieres, Missing Maps volunteers have directly contributed to the provision of occupational health services in Bangladesh, mass vaccination campaigns in the Democratic Republic of Congo, cholera readiness in Sierra Leone and much more. Find out how by coming to hear this imaginatively titled talk.

After the talk, we will be mapping northern Nigeria together to support the MSF emergency response unit. Come, join us to learn how to help to produce maps from satellite images to support humanitarian work and have a lot of fun (and free pizza too).

Please register: https://missingmapswarwick.eventbrite.co.uk

Wed 04 January 2017, 09:52

Project website: Diversity and Performance

A new website has been set up for David Stark's €2.4M project 'Diversity and Performace: Networks of Cognition in Markets and Teams'.

Thu 22 December 2016, 10:56

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