IANUS - Project Meeting in Brussels

IANUS Project Meeting

23rd April 2024 (~ 10:30 CEST) – 24th April 2024 (~16:00 CEST)

RĂ©sidence Palace

Rue de la Loi 155 / Wetstraat 155

1040 Bruxelles / Brussels

Preliminary Agenda

Day 1 (Tuesday, 23rd April 2024)

10:00 – 10:30

Arrival & Registration with Coffee & Tea

10:30 – 11:00

Publication overview and planning

Speaker: Hub Zwart

11:00 – 11:30

Media panels preliminary findings

Speaker: Dana Mahr

11:30 – 13:00

Workshop on integration of the conceptual framework and reconnaissance into WP4 and WP5 

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The objective of the workshop is to ensure coherence between the conceptual analysis of trust and distrust as developed in WP3, with the ‘action research’ to be conducted in WP4 and WP5 in which the broad objectives of are to understand “how to gain, maintain and lose public confidence in science, technology and innovation”.

It is proposed that WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7 present a 15-minute synopsis of their current and planned actions in the realms of ‘co-creation’, ‘citizen science and crowd sourcing’, and ‘emerging participatory approaches.

This to include, where appropriate:

  • The working definition of trust
  • The mechanism(s) employed to affect the level of trust
  • If a change in the level of trust is a proposed outcome, the operational definition of trust

Each presentation will be followed by 15 minutes for points of clarification and helpful suggestions from WP3’s conceptual analysis of trust.

Speaker:

Moderator: 

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 15:30

Workshop on integration of the conceptual framework and reconnaissance into WP6 and WP7 

... more information:

The objective of the workshop is to ensure coherence between the conceptual analysis of trust and distrust as developed in WP3, with the ‘action research’ to be conducted in WP4 and WP5 in which the broad objectives of are to understand “how to gain, maintain and lose public confidence in science, technology and innovation”.

It is proposed that WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7 present a 15-minute synopsis of their current and planned actions in the realms of ‘co-creation’, ‘citizen science and crowd sourcing’, and ‘emerging participatory approaches.

This to include, where appropriate:

  • The working definition of trust
  • The mechanism(s) employed to affect the level of trust
  • If a change in the level of trust is a proposed outcome, the operational definition of trust

Each presentation will be followed by 15 minutes for points of clarification and helpful suggestions from WP3’s conceptual analysis of trust.

Speaker:

Moderator: 

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee & Tea Break

16:00 – 16:45

IANUS and open science (presentation & discussion)

Speakers: Charlotte Bruns & Amalia Kallergi

16:45 – 17:45

WP6 brainstorming session

Speakers: Hendrik BerghÀuser

17:45 – 18:00

Recap & Final Remarks

Speakers: Hub Zwart

19:00 – 22:30

Day 2 (Wednesday, 24th April 2024)

08:30 – 09:00

Arrival with Coffee & Tea

09:00 – 10:00

Presenting to the EAB and Irina Tiron

+ Q&A session

Speaker:

Moderator: 

10:00 – 11:00

WP7 brainstorming session – Francesca (with task leads)

Speakers:

Moderator: 

11:00 – 12:00

Plan the final event for the project

Speakers:

Moderator:

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 – 14:00

Finalize plans and timelines for the tasks and deliverables

Speakers:

Moderator:

14:00

Departure …

Location & Practical Information

The IANUS Meeting will be held at:

RĂ©sidence Palace

Rue de la Loi 155 / Wetstraat 155

1040 Bruxelles / Brussels

Dinner (Tuesday, 23rd April 2024, from 19:00) will take place at:

Eccetera

Chau. de Wavre 402

1040 Etterbeek

Practical Information

The RĂ©sidence Palace is the International Press Centre (IPC) of Brussels. This sumptuous 1920s Art Deco building is situated next door to the European Council, a stone’s throw from Rond-point Schuman in the heart of Brussels’ European quarter.

How to get there:

Use public transport, if possible.

  • MĂ©tro: ArrĂȘt Schuman Lignes 1 ou 5, sortie rue de la Loi / RĂ©sidence Palace
  • Bus: ArrĂȘt Schuman Lignes 12, 21, 22, 36, 60, 79
  • Train: Gare Schuman
    • Direct trains from Brussels International Airport (*) run every 15 – 20 minutes; travel duration: 15 min – 30 min.
    • NOTE: the train line serving Gare Schuman serves the south-east of Belgium; travellers from any other direcion will need to change to a local train or metro at Gare du Nord or Gare du Midi.
  • Voiture: Parking Loi : 85 Rue de la Loi – Parking Thon : 120 Rue de TrĂšves – 1040 Bruxelles
  • (*) Airport: Brussels International Airport is located 30 – 45 min away from Brussels. (The so-calles ‘Brussels South Charleroi Airport’ is nowhere near Brussels.)

Accommodation:

Due to its nature (i.e. home of IPC Brussels) and location (i.e. in the heart of the European Quarter), there is no shortage of hotels of all price-ranges in walking distance of the RĂ©sidence Palace. As soon as an event at the EU Commission, Parliament or Council is scheduled, however, these rooms fill up quickly; so, please book early to avoid disappointment or unnecessarily high costs.

The following list provides some suggestions (but no endorsement or recommendation) of accommodation close to the RĂ©sidence Palace:

  1. Low(er) Cost Hotels:
  2. Mid-Range Cost:
  3. High(er) Cost Hotels:

Location & Practical Information

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In-Person: Arrival at the Meeting

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We are currently planning an in-person meeting only; remote participation cannot be guaranteed at this stage. If, however, you cannot travel at all, but are able to participate online, please indicate this below. We will try to enable this.

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