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Lorentz Program 2019

Lorentz Program@Oort
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January 7 - 11
RRI for Energy Systems: Concepts, Methods and Cases
Olivier Ejderyan, Chris Groves, Kirsten Jenkins, Shannon Spruit, Behnam Taebi

January 7 - 11
Bringing Holography to the Lab: Explaining Strange Metals with Virtual Black Holes
Tomas Andrade, Oscar Dias, Nigel Hussey, Alexander Krikun, Koenraad Schalm

January 14 - 18
Intersecting Worlds: The Interplay of Cultures and Technologies
Christopher DeCorse, Corinne Hofman, Ian Lilley

January 14 - 18
Responsive and Effective Regulation: Stakeholder Engagement and Risk Assessment in an International Regulatory Context
Caelesta Braun, Bert Fraussen, Sanneke Kuipers, Stefano Pagliari, Haiko van der Voort

January 21 - 25
ICT with Industry 2019
Lynda Hardman, Suzan Verberne

January 28 - February 1
Science and Innovation with Thunderstorms (SAINT)
Ute Ebert, Martin Füllekrug, Alejandro Luque, Torsten Neubert, Sander Nijdam

January 28 - February 1
The Future of AI: Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues
Mark Coeckelbergh, Virginia Dignum, Ugo Pagallo, Roel Wieringa

February 4 - 8
Scheduling Meets Fixed-Parameter Tractability
Nicole Megow, Matthias Mnich, Gerhard Woeginger

February 11 - 15
Capturing Frugal Innovation: Towards a Handbook on the Crossroads of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Global Sustainable Development
Saradindu Bhaduri, Sara Grobbelaar, André Leliveld, Jaideep Prabhu, Pascale Trompette

February 11 - 15
Looking Backwards to the Future: Studying the Future with Counterfactuals
Roy Bendor, Elina Eriksson, Mikael Höök, Gert Jan Kramer, Daniel Pargman, Mariana Todorova

February 18 - 22
From Star Clusters to Ultra Low-Luminosity Galaxies: Star Formation in Tiny Systems Reaching Back to First Light
Angela Adamo, Nate Bastian, Rychard Bouwens, Bruce Elmegreen, Tim Heckman, Daniel Weisz

February 18 - 22
Advancing Verification Competitions as a Scientific Method
Fabrice Kordon, Jaco van de Pol, Martina Seidl

February 25 - March 1
How Countries Learn to Tax? Complexity, Legal Transplants and Legal Culture
Kim Brooks, Allison Christians, Tsilly Dagan, Irma Mosquera Valderrama, Kerrie Sadiq

March 11 - 15
Transition Path Sampling Simulations via PyRETIS: Theory and Application of Rare Events Methods to Compute Transition and Reaction Rates
Titus van Erp, Raffaella Cabriolu, Anders Lervik, Elena Papaleo, Enrico Riccardi, Jocelyne Vreede

March 18 - 22
Granular Matter Across Scales
Joshua Dijksman, Lou Kondic, Vanessa Magnanimo, Kianoosh Taghizadeh

March 18 - 22
Galaxy Evolution in the Cosmic Web
Jacqueline Hodge, Pascale Jablonka, Eelco van Kampen, Gabriella DeLucia, Gregory Rudnick

March 25 - 29
Cyber Insurance and its Contribution to Cyber Risk Mitigation
Pamela Briggs, Katsiaryna Labunets, Wolter Pieters, David Rios Insua, Maarten van Wieren

March 25 - 29
Types of Knowledge: Towards a New History of Concepts and Practices
Marieke Hendriksen, Elizabeth Honig, Fabian Krämer, Wijnand Mijnhardt

April 1 - 5
Probing the Foundations of Cultural Evolution
Piet van den Berg, Eva Boon, Lucas Molleman, Franjo Weissing

April 8 - 12
Sympletic Dynamics
Marine Fontaine, Urs Frauenfelder, Holger Waalkens, Lei Zhao

April 15 - 18
Capturing Developmental Brain Dynamics
Nienke van Atteveldt, Milene Bonte, Mert Sabuncu, Maaike Vandermosten, Wouter Weeda

June 3 - 7
Educating on Process Intensification
Henk van den Berg, Daria C. Boffito, David Fernandez Rivas

June 3 - 7
Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity
Vincent Lengkeek, Roy Lindelauf, Arnout van de Rijt, Paulo Shakarian, V Subrahmanian

June 17 - 21
International Software Architecture PhD School (iSAPS)
Paris Avgeriou, Philippe Kruchten, Patricia Lago