Arie Rip, Challenges for R&D Evaluation, paper contributed to the US-European Workshop on Learning from Science and Technology Evaluation, Bad Herrenalb (Germany), 11-14 September 2000. Proceedings available via Georgia Tech at htpp://www.cherry.gatech.edu/e-value, or at the Fraunhofer ISI at http://www.isi.fhg.de/ti/bh_proceedings.htm. Arie Rip, Interesting cases of “new modes of knowledge production”, paper contributed to the International Conference on Globalisation and Higher Education. Views from the South, Cape Town, 27-29 March 2001. Proceedings available via http://www.epu.uwc.ac.za/noticesa.htm
Invited lectures, keynote speeches etc.
The Social Construction of Technology, Keynote Address 1, Workshop Socila Construction of Technology in the Indonesian Context: Reflections on Telecommunication and Informatics. Bandung, Institut Teknologi Bandung, 6 February 1999.
Technology Assessment en maatschappelijke robuustheid van technologieën, lezing op uitnodiging in de reeks algemene colloquia, Petten, Energie Centrum Nederland, 8 maart 1999.
Path Emergence and Path Dependence, invited discussion paper, Workshop on path dependence and creation, MERIT, Maastricht, 1-2 July 1999.
Scenarios for Funding Agencies. Invited lecture, Pretoria, National Research Foundation, 29 July 1999.
Many Visible Hands, invited keynote paper (with Aard Groen). Fifth ASEAT Conference, “Demands, Markets, Users and Innovation: Sociological and Economic Approaches”. Manchester, 14-16 September 1999. [published as: Arie Rip and Aard Groen, ‘Many visible hands,’ in Rod Coombs, Ken Green, Vivien Walsh, and Albert Richards (eds.), Technology and the Market. Demands, Users and Innovation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2001, pp. 12-37.] Strategic Science and Regional Innovation Systems, invited paper, NECSTS-99 Conference on Regional Innovation Systems in Europe, Donostia / San Sebastian, 30 September – 2 October 1999. [published as: Arie Rip, ‘Regional Innovation Systems and the Advent of Strategic Science,’ Journal of Technology Transfer27 (2002) 123-131. Special issue on regional innovation systems.] Participatory TA and its limitations, invited concluding paper, Second EUROpTA Workshop, Evaluation of Participatory Technology Assessment Methods, Scheveningen, 4-5 October 1999.
R&D Evaluation and Ethics, Helsinki, December 1999 [published as: Arie Rip, ‘Ethics, RTD and Evaluation,’ The IPTS Report #50, December 2000, 6-10.] ‘Management of Technology in Society’, Vortrag Gradiertenkolleg Technisierung und Gesellschaft, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 4 May 2000.
‘Following Actors – Then What?”, invited paper, Seminar Neuere Ansätze und Methoden in der Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 5 May 2000.
Invited comment (session: The Role of Organisations and Institutions in the Innovation Process), Volkswagen Foundation Search Conference on “Prospects and Challenges for Research on Innovation”. Berlin, 8-9 June 2000.
‘Science Policy and Transformations in Knowledge Production’, invited seminar, SPRU, University of Sussex, 15 June 2000.
‘In Praise of Speculation’, invited contribution to the OECD Workshop ‘The Contribution of the Social Sciences to Knowledge and Decision-Making’, Brugge, 26-28 June 2000. [published as: Arie Rip, ‘In Praise of Speculation,’ Ch. 8 in OECD, Proceedings, Social Sciences for Knowledge and Decision Making, Paris: OECD, 2001, 95-103.] ‘Management of Technology in Society’, invited contribution to the Management of Technology Research Networking Seminar, Canberra, 6-7 July 2000, ARC Management Research Networking Pilot Program.
‘Societal Challenges for Evaluation’, invited keynote lecture, U.S.- European Workshop “Learning from Science and Technology Policy Evaluation”, Bad Herrenalp, 11-14 September 2000. [published as: ]
‘The role of evaluation in the societal relevance of research’, invited keynote speech to Round Table 1 of the Evaluation Conference on “Strategic Evaluation: The governance of the research system in the EU”, Lyon, 9-10 October 2000.
‘Controlled Speculation’, Invited paper for Parallel Session 2, Anticipating Risks: Foresight and “Precautionary Research” , of the EU conference on Science and Governance in the Knowledge Society, Brussels, 16-17 October 2000.
‘Assessing Impacts of Innovation: New Developments in Technology Assessment’ invited contribution to the OECD and United Nations University International Workshop on Social Sciences and Innovation, Tokyo, 29 November – 2 December 2000. [published as: Arie Rip, ‘Ássessing the Impacts of Innovation: New Developments in Technology Assessment,’ in OECD Proceedings, Social Sciences and Innovation, Paris: OECD, 2001, pp. 197-213.] ‘Theories of Science Policy’, invited lectures, University of Lausanne, 15 December 2000.
‘Management of Technology in Society’, keynote speech to the R&D Management Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 7-9 February 2001
‘Designing Robust Knowledge’, invited paper, Conference on Learning Capacities in Knowledge Production Systems, University of Lausanne, 18-19 May 2001.
‘In Praise of Heterogeneity in Science & Technology’, invited lecture, University of Melbourne, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, 15 October 2001.
‘Professional Development for RTD Evaluation’, invited paper, Conference on International best practices in evaluation of research in public institutes and universities, Brussels, 12-13 November 2001. Organized by the Belgian EU Presidency and EU DG Research.
‘Research Councils Internationally’, invited lecture for the symposium on the evaluation report A Singular Council. Evaluation of the Research Council of Norway, Trondheim, NTNU, 30 January 2002.
‘Science for the 21st Century’, prize-winning essay presented at the ‘Sciences and Arts Debate’, Haarlem, 16 February 2002, on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen. [published as: ]
‘RTD Evaluation in Europe’, invited lecture for NISTEP, Tokyo, 26 February 2002.
‘Postmodern Science and Technology Policy’, invited lecture, International Symposium New Articulation of Science and Technology, Tokyo, February 28 and March 01, 2002. [published as: ]