2-3 October 2014

Observatoire océanologique
Building B
Banyuls-sur-mer (France)

 

Workshop on computing and the environment

 
2-3 October 2014, Banyuls-sur-mer

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Ces journées d’études internationales sont organisées dans le cadre du projet de recherche Informatique et environnement (2014-2015) financé par le programme Convergence de Sorbonne Universités (Idex Super).

Partenaires du projet

  • Christophe Lécuyer (coordinateur du projet, Atelier Sciences-Histoire-Cité, ASHiC)
  • Laura Maxim (chargée de recherche CNRS, ISCC)
  • Néstor Herran (Observatoire des sciences de l’univers, Ecce Terra)
  • David Aubin (Institut des mathématiques de Jussieu, UPMC)
  • Yves Bouvier (Irice, Université Paris-Sorbonne)
  • Patrick Garda (Observatoire des sciences de l’univers, UPMC), ASHiC (UMPC)

2 October 2014

9:00-9:15 am – Christophe Lécuyer (UPMC), Introduction to the workshop

9:15-10 am – Christophe Lécuyer (UPMC), “The Other Side of the Chip : Occupational Health and Environmental Controversies in Silicon Valley”

10:00-10:45 am – Thomas Misa (University of Minnesota), "From Micro-Pollution to Macro-Economy : Moore’s Law 0.8"

Coffee

11:15 am-12 noon – Peter Little (Rhode Island College), “Confronting the Smarter Planet Paradox : A Political Ecology of High Tech Perspective”

12-12:45 pm – Laura Maxim (CNRS), “Corporate Strategies regarding Green Chemistry in the Computer Industry”

1 pm – Lunch, Observatoire océanologique, building D

3-3:45 pm – Merav Katz-Kimchi (Tel Aviv University) and Lucy Atkinson (UT Austin) via skype, “Social Media and Environmental Remediation : A Case Study of Greenpeace International’s Online Mobilization Campaign”

3:45-4:30 pm – Blanca Callen Moreu (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), “This is not Waste : Environmental Conflicts and Informal Strategies against Electronic Waste”

Coffee

5-5:30 pm – Discussion

8 pm – Dinner, Le Miradou at Le Catalan

3 October 2014

9-9:45 am – Yannick Mahrane (EHESS), “Modeling and Simulating Nature in Order to Manage it : A History of Ecosystem Ecology in the United States, 1960-1980”

9:45-10:30 am – Amy Dahan (EHESS), “Governing the Climate ? The Place of Numerical Technologies”

Coffee

11:00-11:45 am – Jennifer Gabrys (Goldsmith University), “Sensors and the Computational Experience of Environments”

11:45 am-12:30 pm – Néstor Herran (UPMC), “Sensors, Networks and the Military : Environmental Monitoring and the Cold War”

12:45 pm – Lunch, Observatoire océanologique, building D

3-3:45 pm – Susan Rea (Nimbus), “You, Me & The IoE”

3:45-4:30 pm – Lilian Bossuet (CNRS and Université Jean Monnet), “Sustainable Electronics : On the Trail of Reconfigurable Computing”

Coffee

4:30-5:15 pm – Patrick Garda (UPMC) and Yves Bouvier (Paris Sorbonne), “Low Power Electronics : from Digital Watches to Wearable Objects”

5:15-6:15 pm – Discussion

8 pm – Dinner, Le Fanal, 17 avenue du Fontaulé