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Living the work of “integration”​​​​​​​

Exploring, challenging, and enhancing the factors that shape inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to governing innovation

International twin-workshop. Tuesday, 17th January 2023 hybrid on Arizona State Campus

This workshop intends to bring together people who study and engage in science and innovation with a focus on “integration”, meaning the integration of ethical, legal, social aspects and/or the integration of users, stakeholders or “society” into research and innovation processes.

Since there is a wide conceptual landscape of responsible innovation, we aim to interconnect the different communities and find shared challenges and best practices. Therefore, we use the format of an international twin-workshop. The starting point for our thoughts is the three approaches we represent in the organizing team. Thus, we mainly – but not only – address people who work in the field of Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR), Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) or the German funding scheme Integrierte Forschung.

We want to initiate reflection, empowerment, collegial support, research and change regarding the way we live our work of integration.

  • What does your everyday work look like?
  • What do you do, feel, experience as someone who conducts integration work?
  • Which opportunities, tensions, problems do you see?
  • Which factors shape the way you live the work of integration?
  • What could facilitate your work?

Results of the workshop will feed into a session of the conference “Digitalisierte Lebenswelten und integrative Technikentwicklung”, 28th February and 1st March 2023, Mannheim, Germany ( and into a session with different international funding agencies, which fund integration and responsible innovation (summer 2023).



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