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Vacancy Assistant professor STePS University of Twente



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Datum: Montag, 13. September 2021 um 13:03
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Betreff: [WTMC-news] Vacancy Assistant professor STePS University of Twente

Dear colleagues, we have a vacancy for an assistant professor on the topic of
’Science and technology for Transformative Change’

Please spread among your networks.

Thanks Esther Turnhout

Short description:

Deep transformative change is needed to ensure wellbeing and sustainability.
But how can science and technology contribute to these processes of
transformation? Are you interested in this question? We are looking for an
enthusiastic and ambitious academic to strengthen our team! As an assistant
professor, you will do research and teaching on the contribution of science
and technology, including the role of universities, to sustainability
transformations. The position has a strong interdisciplinary profile and you
will work with colleagues from diverse social science, natural science,
engineering, and humanities perspectives. You will design and undertake
innovative research, develop and execute teaching activities, facilitate
collaboration and reflection, and co-produce strategies and options for

Full details on the position and how to apply can be found here (deadline for
applications is 29 September):!/167/assistant-professor-in-s

Prof. dr. Esther Turnhout
- Chair of Science, Technology and Society, Section of Science, Technology and
Policy Studies (STePS), University of Twente, the Netherlands,
- Editor in Chief Environmental Science & Policy
- Guest professor Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group, Wageningen

Twitter: @EstherTurnhout
Google scholar:

Dr Peter Stegmaier | Assistant Professor
Science, Technology and Policy Studies (STePS) section
Department of Technology, Policy and Society (TPS)

Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences (BMS)
University of Twente, The Netherlands |

@pstegm | Discontinuation-governance: @discontgovern

Latest publications:
The tentative governance of emerging science and technology—A conceptual
introduction (with S. Kuhlmann & K. Konrad), in Research Policy, 48/5, 2019,
Stegmaier, P., Visser, V. R., & Kuhlmann, S. (2021). The incandescent light
bulb phase-out. Exploring patterns of framing the governance of discontinuing
a socio-technical regime. Energy, Sustainability and Society, 11, 1-22.
Stegmaier, P. (2020). Constructive Technology Assessment (CTA):
Innovationsmitgestaltung als Prozess gesellschaftlicher Aufklärung und
Erwartungsmoderation. In B. Blättel-Mink, I. Schulz-Schaeffer, & A. Windeler
(Eds.), Handbuch Innovationsforschung (pp. 1-18). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
Stegmaier, P., Hamaker-Taylor, R., & Jiménez Alonso, E. (2020). Reflexive
climate service infrastructure relations. Climate Services, 17, 100151.
Bussola, F., Falco, E., Aukes, E., Stegmaier, P., Sorge, S., Ciolli, M.,
Gagliano, C.. Geneletti, D. (2021). Piloting a more inclusive governance
innovation strategy for forest ecosystem services management in Primiero,
Italy (submitted). Ecosystem Services.
Towards a context-driven research: a state-of-the-art review of resilience
research on climate change (with Ossewaarde, R., Filatova, T., Georgiadou, Y.,
Hartmann, A., Özerol, G., Pfeffer, K., Torenvlied, R., van der Voort, M.,
Warmink, J., and Borsje, B.), Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 1119–1133,
Matching supply and demand: A typology of climate services (with K. Visscher,
A. Damm, R. Hamaker-Taylor, A. Harjanne, R. Giordano), in Climate Services,
2019, at:
Die hermeneutische Interpretation multisprachlicher Daten in transnationalen
Forschungskontexten. In R. Bethmann & M. Roslon (Eds.), Interkulturelle
Qualitative Sozialforschung (pp. 227-249). Wiesbaden: Springer VS (2019). At:
Interpreting the industry 4.0 future: technology, business, society and people
(Schiele, H., Bos-Nehles, A., Delke, V., Stegmaier, P., & Torn, R.-J.).
Journal of Business Strategy, ahead-of-print, 2021.
Stegmaier, P., & Pfadenhauer, M. (2021). Die Dummheit künstlicher
Intelligenz. Zu Wissen und Gewissheit artifizieller Kognitionssysteme. In O.
Dimbath & M. Pfadenhauer (Eds.), Gewissheit. Beiträge und Debatten zum 3.
Sektionskongress der Wissenssoziologie (pp. 512-514). Weinheim: Beltz
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