Presentations

 

This page contains references to talks and presentations by members of the Programmable City team during their time working on the project.

Invited Lectures/seminars

  • Cardullo, P. (2018) The neoliberal logic of smart citizenship. CDT Workshop on Cyber Security, The Royal Holloway UoL. 3 May.
  • Kitchin, R. (2018) Open research data and critical data studies. Maynooth University Library. Feb 14th
  • Kitchin, R. (2018) Open research data and critical data studies. NUI Galway Library data series. Feb 8th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Adoption gap issues for smart cities. Smart cities and planning: New urban agenda, new urban analytics. UCL, Nov 29-30.
  • Maalsen, S. (2017) Smart cities Australia and beyond, 2nd Annual smart cities and infrastructure conference, Melbourne, 16 Nov
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Data-driven urbanism meets critical data studies. Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Approaches, ECREA conference. Brighton University, 6-7 Nov.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) What are the ethical and moral challenges in the big data age? Ethics of Coding. Maynooth University, 13-14 Oct.
  • Cardullo, P. (2017) Being a citizen in the smart city. Smart city summer school. University of Antwerp, 7 Sept.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Public geography and social media. Postgraduate Forum Annual Conference Training Symposium, RGS, London, 29 Aug.
  • Cardullo, P. (2017) Being a citizen in the smart city. Workshop: Smart City, Smart Citizens? City University of Hong Kong, 6-10 June.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) The ethics and risks of smart cities and urban big data. Conference of Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Society (LINCS), QUB, 25 May
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Adoption gap issues for smart cities: Governance, citizenship, ethics. Using Smart Cities to Deliver the New Urban Agenda: Issues & Challenges, UCL, 24 May
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Data-driven urbanism and urban planning, SCSI, Dublin, 9 May
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) The ethics and risks of smart cities and urban big data. Control Societies: Technocratic Forces and Ontologies of Difference series, School of Social Policy & Practice, University of Pennslyvannia, 24 April.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Data-driven urbanism and urban planning , UCD Planning 50th workshop, Dublin, 30 March
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Smart cities, big data, and new official statistics, Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, Belfast, 29 March
  • Maalsen, S. (2017) Translating smart in Australian cities, Emerge Series – decoding the smart city, IPA and NSW Young Planners, Sydney, 29 March
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Smart cities, urban technocrats, epistemic communities and advocacy coalitions. New Technocracy workshop, Amsterdam, 20-21 March
  • Coletta, C. (2017) Urban big data, control rooms, dashboards and smart cities. UCD, 9th March
  • Perng, SY. (2017) Design, Aesthetics, Politics and Urban Lives, People, Cities and Urban Interaction Desi3.gn, 9th March, Interaction Design Association Dublin, National College of Arts and Design, Dublin, Ireland
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) The promises and perils of smart cities. Eco-Urbanites, TCD, 27th Jan
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Data-driven urbanism.  The I-City, University of Amsterdam. 19th Jan.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) The ethics and risks of smart cities. The I-City, Amsterdam, public debate. 18th Jan.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) The ethics and risks of smart cities.  Getting smarter about smart cities: Smart city technologies and data privacy, Millennium Hall, Cork City Council, 9th Dec.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) IoT, smart cities, algorithmic governance, ethics and security.  Science Gallery, TCD, 30 Nov.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) IoT and smart cities.  Data Politics, Data Markets and the Internet of Things.  Workshop, Maynooth University, 30 Nov.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Research and Social Media.  Social Media Networking: Information, Interaction and Impact Maynooth University. 25th Nov.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Planning and governance in the era of big and open data.  Geobuzz, Den Bosch, 21-22 Nov.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Reframing, reimagining and remaking.  Public lecture, European University at St Petersburg, 21st October.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Rethinking smart cities.  Public lecture, Moscow School of Social and Economic Studies, Moscow, 19th October.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Urban big data and city dashboards. Predict conference, Dublin, Oct 4th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Big data and official statistics. 7th workshop on survey methodology. Korea Statistics, Sept 28-29.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Planning and governing cities in an era of smart urbanism, University of Seoul, S. Korea. Sept 30th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) The ethics and risks of urban big data and smart cities. IDSS launch, MIT, Sept 22-23.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Planning in an era of smart urbanism. UMass Boston Fall Lecture.  Sept 20th.
  • White, J.M. (2016) ‘The Programmable city, Smart Dublin and city standards’, City Standards Institute board meeting, 16 June 2016, London, UK.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016), Urban big data and city dashboards. City Flows, Venture Cafe, Rotterdam, May 26th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016), The Programmable City and Smart Dublin. Urban Big Data Rotterdam, Erasmus University, May 26th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016), Smart cities: Realising the promises while minimizing the perils. PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, May 25th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016), The ethics of urban big data and smart cities, Graduiertenkolleg Automatismen, Universität Paderborn, May 10th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Getting smarter about smart cities. Capacite workshop, TCD, May 3rd.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Urban Big Data and City Dashboards, Design and Information Visualisation, Northeastern Univ. April 27th
  • Perng, SY. (2016) Civic Hacking and the Many Pursuits of Creative Economy.  College of Public and Community Service,  University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, USA 21 April
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Getting smarter about smart cities. GSD, Harvard. April 19th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Urban Big Data and City Dashboards, Civic Data Design Lab, MIT, April 14th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016)The politics and ethics of urban big data and data-driven urbanism. MIT Senseable City Lab. April 7th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) The Programmable City, PK at MIT Senseable City Lab, April 6th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) IoT and Smart Cities.  Analog Devices workshop on IoT, April 11th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Smart cities, big urban data and ethics. Geo-ethics workshop, University of Twente, March 14th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Ireland’s Urban Challenges, Urbact, Maynooth University, March 11th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Smart Dublin launch, City Hall, March 8th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Data-driven networked urbanism, Bartlett School of Planning public lecture series at UCL, February 25th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Social media and research, Children’s National Research Centre, Crumlin Hospital, Feb 23rd
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Big data, new epistemologies and paradigm shifts.  Data Science and Social Research, University of Naples Federico II, February 18-19th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Smart cities, privacy and security.  Ethics in a digital society, UCD, February 10-11th
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) Data-driven networked urbanism, February 3rd 2016, School of Architecture, Plymouth University
  • Kitchin, R. (2016), Potential/challenges of big data, UL Winter School in Social Science Research methods, January 21st
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and cities. Big Data – Social Data.  Warwick University, Dec 10th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Programmable City and Dublin Dashboard, Dublin Smart City tour, Dublin, December 3rd
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Ethics of data-driven, networked urbanism, The Ethics of Data Science, Oxford University, November 30th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and urban science, University of Washington (via Skype) October 29th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Data-driven urbanism, New Approaches to Meeting City Challenges, Meeting of CEOs of EU capital cities, Oct 29th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015)  Urban big data. Fine Arts, National College of Art and Design, Dublin, October 29th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Data-driven urbanism. Making Cities Work – Technology in Planning Practice, 11th Biennial of Towns and Town Planners, Dublin, Oct 15-16
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Dublin Dashboard workshop presentation. Making Cities Work – Technology in Planning Practice, 11th Biennial of Towns and Town Planners, Dublin, Oct 15-16
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data, open data and the ethics of data-driven, networked urbanism. Digital Earth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 5-9.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Media and the City, ECREA, Zagreb, Sept 24-25,
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Towards a Magna Carta for Data: a workshop on the ethics of Big Data, RDS, Dublin, Sept 17th,
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and official statistics, National Statistics Board, Dublin, Sept 10th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Smart Dublin? Irish Design 2015, Dublin Castle. Sept 3rd
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Dublin Dashboard.  Internet of Things Dublin meet-up. Sept 3rd
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) The real-time city? Data-driven, networked urbanism and the production of smart cities. IGU Urban conf, Dublin, Aug 9-16.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and smart cities: Key data issues.  Government Data Forum, July 14th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Privacy in a digital world, Privacy: Gathering insights from laywers and technologists.  Maynooth University, July 1st
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Design frictions, praxis and politics in developing smart city technologies. Communities and Technology, University of Limerick. June 29-30
  • Perng, SY. (2015) More than remembering and forgetting: Social practices and ethical, legal and social issues in the innovation of wearable computing, Lifelogging@Dublin,  Science Gallery, Dublin, June 12
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Smart cities and the internet of things. Pint of Science, Dublin, May 18th
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘Geospatial Data Insfrastructures, Cybercartography and Open Data: The Need for Geomaticians’, keynote at GEO: The Big 5, Association of Geographic Information (AGI) Belfast, NI, May 13. (SLIDES).
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and smart cities. Geography, University of Zurich, May 12th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Open data: an open and shut case? Data Opens Doors, Dublinked, Chartered Irish Accountants, Dublin, May 7th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Do revolutions in measurement lead to revolutions in science? Lehrstuhl für Philosophie und Wissenschaftstheorie, Carl von Linde-Academy, Technical University of Munich. May 11th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data.  Kule Institute for Advanced Study’s Around the World Conference, April 30
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities of Smart Cities, Strathclyde University. March 31-Apr 1
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Conceptual challenges of data in science and technology, 7th Workshop of the Society for the Philosophy of Information, UCL, March 30th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Urban indicators, big data, real-time dashboards and smart cities, National Data Forum, Carton House, Maynooth. March 27th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) opening intervention: ‘Geographies of, produced by, and produced through, the digital’ Digital Geographies, Open University, Milton Keynes, March 24th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) closing plenary: ‘From a single line of code to an entire city: Reframing thinking on digital geographies’. Digital Geographies, Open University, Milton Keynes, March 24th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) How do we conceptualise the notion of the smart city? Smart cities workshop, Open University, Milton Keynes. March 23th
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) The impact of the Data Revolution on Official Statistics, New Techniques and Technologies for Statistics conference, Brussels, March 10-12 2015,
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Evidence Informed Activism – Data based deliberations’, Provisional University, Dunlop Oriels House, Dublin, March 4.  (SLIDES)
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) The Dublin Dashboard. Insight Centre, DCU, Feb 25th
  • Kitchin, R. and Lauriault, T. (2015) Putting Data to Work. Open data seminar, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, Dublin, Feb 11th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) The implications of big data for the academy, government and business at ‘Big data and society: prospects for social policy research’ Sheffield Hallam University, Jan 16th, 2015
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) How Smart is your city? Cyber Salon, Manchester, Jan 15th, 2015
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Smart cities and the politics of urban data. Goethe-University Frankfurt. Jan 14th, 2015
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Thinking critically about and researching algorithms, 2014, Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, London. Dec 11th
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Knowing and governing cities through urban indicators, city benchmarking, and real-time dashboards, CASA, UCL, Dec 10th
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘Thinking about Classifications & Making up Spaces‘, ESRI Ireland HQ, Ashtown Gate Dublin, December 1. (SLIDES)
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Smart cities … Smart Dublin.  Web Summit, 4-6 Nov 2014.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Smart urbanism and big data.  Ringvorlesung: Perspektiven der Digitalen Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften lecture series, FA-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Oct 29th, 2014
  • Kitchin, R. (2014)  Smart cities and the politics of data. Geography, Durham University, October 15th
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Smart cities and the politics of urban data.  Mediating uncertainty: information and the urban.  LSE, 11th Sept.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘Programmable City and the DRI‘, Digital Repository of Ireland, The Odessa Club, Dublin, August 16.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism.  Euroscience Open Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 26th..
  • White, J.M. (2014) ‘Smart City Futures: Crisis urbanism and the privatisation of governance’, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute seminar, 18 June 2014, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism.  Regional Studies Association, Izmir, Turkey, June 16-18.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism.  Bellwether Lecture, OII, Oxford University, 28th February. (SLIDES) (VIDEO)
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘Political Arithmetic and Programmed Cities: How society and space are shaped by data and infrastructure assemblages’.  University College Cork, February 19.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Code acts in code/space.  Code Acts in Education, University of Stirling, 28th January.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Smart cities, big data and their consequences.  3rd National Smart Cities Summit, Croke Park, Dublin, November 20th.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) ERC grants, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies., November 27th
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism, Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University, October 11th
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism, 2013, Geography, Clark University,October 9th
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Applying for an ERC grant.  Irish Research Council Annual Symposium.  Dublin Convention Centre, 14th Sept.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Applying for an ERC grant.  AESOP/ACSP conference, Dublin, 15-19 July.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Public academia and crisis in Ireland.  International conference of media and communications research.  DCU, Dublin, 25-29 June.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013)  The real-time city? Big data and smart urbanism.  Smart Urbanism: Utopian Vision or False dawn?  International Workshop, Urban Studies Foundation and University of Durham, 20th – 21st June 2013
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Public geography, social media and the media. Conference of Irish Geographers, Galway, May 16-18
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Big data and smart urbanism, The New Urban World, Venice, 27th March
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) The programmable city.  IxDA, Science Gallery, Dublin, 20th March
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) The programmable city. City Intersections, Dublin, 12th Feb

Conference Presentations

  • Cardullo, P. (2018) Smart Commons or a Smart Approach to the Commons? AAG Conference, New Orleans US, 10-14 April
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) ‘Slow computing’, Slowing Computing Workshop, Maynooth University 13 Dec
  • Perng, SY. (2017) ‘Passions for precarious work, life and prototype open innovations in hackatons’, Mobile Utopia Conference, Lancaster, UK 2-5 Nov
  • Di Feliciantonio, C. (2017) ‘L’economia politica dei processi di rigenerazione urbana smart. Uno sguardo su Milano’, Annual Workshop of the Italian Society for geographical Studies,, Pescara, Italy, 1 Dec
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) ‘Citizenship, social justice, and the Right to the Smart City’,  The Right to the Smart City, Sept 2017, Sept 5-6, Maynooth University.
  • Cardullo, P. (2017) ‘Smart commons or a smart approach to the commons’, The Right to the Smart City, Maynooth, Sept 5-6
  • Di Feliciantonio, C. (2017) ‘Against the romance of the smart community: The case of Milano 4 You’, The Right to the Smart City, Maynooth, Sept 5-6
  • Perng, SY. (2017) ‘Programming rights to shared technology making’, The Right to the Smart City, Maynooth, Sept 5-6
  • Coletta, C. and Menkman, C. (2017) ‘Calculating publics in the smart city: shaping citizenship and participation through advanced metering infrastructures and low power wide area’, The Right to the Smart City, Maynooth, Sept 5-6
  • Bradshaw, R. (2017) ‘Democratic rationalizations in bikeshare sector’, The Right to the Smart City, Maynooth, Sept 5-6
  • Di Feliciantonio, C and Kitchin, R. (2017) ‘When rent becomes smart: the case of Milano 4 you.’,The Real Estate/Financial Complex Workshop, KU Leuven, Belgium, 20-22 Sept
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) ‘Building city dashboards’, 3DCamp, Dublin, 24 Aug.
  • Menkman, C. (2017) ‘The Irish “smart” electricity system as an emerging ecology of participation’, RGS Conference, London, UK, 31 Aug
  • Heaphy, L. (2017) ‘Interface points and divisions in a smart urban district in the Dublin Docklands’, Conference of Nordic Geographers, Stockholm, 20 June
  • Coletta, C. (2017) ‘Data and Experiments as time devices: SBIR, Test-bedding and Real Time Management in Dublin’, Ulysses Workshop, Maynooth University, 30 May
  • Heaphy, L. (2017) ‘Reflexivity in engaged research’, Ulysses Workshop, Maynooth University, 30 May
  • Perng, SY. (2017) ‘Unpacking hacking events and techniques’, Ulysses Workshop, Maynooth University, 30 May
  • Kitchin, R., Coletta, C., Evans, L. and Heaphy, L. (2017) ‘The multiscale circuits of smart cities policy mobility’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, May 4-6.
  • Coletta, C. (2017) ‘Configuring time in the smart city: the multiple rhythms of urban management and infrastructures’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, May 4-6
  • MacDonncha, D. (2017) ‘The politics surrounding the proposed implementation of a smart lighting system’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, May 4-6
  • Delaney, A. and McArdle, R. (2017) ‘Temporality and emergencies’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, May 4-6
  • Menkman, C. (2017) ‘Smart metering and experimenting and experimental publics’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, May 4-6
  • Kitchin, R. and Cardullo, P. (2017) ‘Being a citizen in the smart city: Up and down the scaffold of smart citizen participation’, Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, 5-9 April.
  • Heaphy, L. (2017) ‘Articulating the smart city and the turn towards smart urbanism in Dublin’,  Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, 5-9 April.
  • Menkman, C. (2017) ‘The smart meter in parenthesis! Creating new data economies and infrastructural publics’,  Data Publics Conference, Lancaster, UK 1 April
  • Coletta, C. (2017) ‘Low-Power Wide-Area Networks: From low cost sensors to “low cost publics”?’, Sensor Publics Workshop Munich, 5-7 Apr
  • Cardullo, P. (2017) ‘Living Labs, vacancy and gentrification’, New Urban Ruins workshop, TCD 1-3 May
  • Coletta, C. (2016) ‘Algorhymic governance: Regulating the “heartbeat” of a city using Internet of Things.’, AIC 2016, University College Berkley 1-2 Dec
  • Coletta, C. (2016) ‘Temporal concerns in data-driven urbanism: possible ethnographies of algorhythms and city heartbeats’, Organizational Special Issue Workshop, Manchester, UK 23 Nov
  • Coletta, C., Perng, SY. and Heaphy, L. (2016) ‘Civic Hacking & Test-bedding as Alternative City Making’, VI STS Italia , Trento, Italy 24- 26 Nov
  • Bradshaw, R. (2016) ‘Technical citizenry and the realization of design possibilities’, Cycling & Society Symposium, Lancaster, UK, 29- 30 Sept
  • Perng, SY. (2016) 4S/EASST Barcelona 3 Sept
  • Coletta, C. and Perng SY. (2016) ‘Civic Hacking and Testbedding as Alternative City Making’, 4S/EASST, Barcelona, 3 Sept
  • Heaphy, L. (2016) ‘The choreography of people and code in the city through Real-Time Passenger Information and traffic control systems’, 4S/EASST, Barcelona, 3 Sept
  • White, J.M. (2016) ‘ISO 37120, a medium for economies of translation’, 4S/EASST Conference, 1 September 2016, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Kitchin, R. (2016) ‘Reframing, reimagining, remaking smart cities’,  Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth University, 3-4 Sept
  • Evans, L. (2016) ‘The privacy parenthesis: The structural transformation of the private sphere’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth 3-4 Sept
  • Perng, SY. (2016) ‘Creating infrastructure with citizens: Traffic Light Box Artworks in Dublin streets’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 3-4 Sept
  • Coletta, C. (2016 ‘Algorhythmic governance: regulating the city heartbeat with sensing infrastructures’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 3-4 Sept
  • Heaphy, L. and Pétercsák, R. (2016) ‘Building smart city partnerships in the “Silicon Docks”’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 3-4 Sept
  • White, J.M. (2016) ‘Standardising the city as a system of systems: CPA-I_001, ISO 37120, BSI PAS 181′, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, 3 September 2016, Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland.
  • Bradshaw, R. (2016) ‘Technical citizenry and the realization of design possibilities’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 3-4 Sept
  • MacDonncha, D. (2016) ‘The political and economic realities of introducing a smart lighting system’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 3-4 Sept
  • Delaney, A. (2016) ‘Coordinated management and emergency response systems and the smart city’, Creating Smart Cities Workshop, Maynooth, 5-6 Sept
  • Delaney, A. (2016) ‘The governance of emergency response to flooding events Dublin’, RGS Conference, UK 31 Aug
  • White, J.M. (2016) ‘Governing the city as a system of systems: CPA-I_001 ISO 37120, BSI PAS 181′, Smart Urban Futures and Social Justice, 29 June 2016, Leeds, UK.
  • Delaney, A. (2016) ‘The governance of emergency response to flooding events in Dublin, Ireland’, Conference of Irish Geographers, DCU, 5 May
  • White, J.M. and Lauriault, T.P. (2016) ‘Data threads and dislocations in Canadian urban indicator initiatives’, Conference of Irish Geographers, 5 May 2016, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.
  • White, J.M. (2016) ‘Standards and spatial theory: ISO 37120 and the work of making city data commensurable’, Making Standards, 22 January 2016, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS, Canada.
  • Evans, L. (2015) ‘Self Tracking Cultures and the Emergence of Hybrid Beings’, Being Human Conference, University of Liverpool, 11 Dec
  • Evans, L. and Donnellan, B. (2015) ‘Practice-based Design and Innovation of Digital Artefacts’, AIS SIG PRAG, Pre-ICIS Workshop, Fort Worth, Texas, 13 Dec
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) ‘Data-driven networked urbanism’,  Data and the City workshop, Maynooth University.
  • Evans, L. (2015) ‘The Privacy Parenthesis: Citizenship in Late Capitalism and the Digital World’, Surveillance and Citizenship, Cardiff University,  19 June
  • Perng, SY. and Büscher, M (2015) ‘Augmenting modelling and prediction for crisis response’, The 12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management,  Kristiansand, Norway 24-27 May
  • Delaney, A., O’Callaghan, C. and van Egeraat, C. (2015) ‘Evolution of Silicon Docks’, Conference of Irish Geographers, QUB, 21-24 May
  • White, J.M. (2015) ‘Stacks, scales and manifolds: conceptualising the folding space-times of digital technology’, Conference of Irish Geographers, 21 May 2015, Queens University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Data, Infrastructures and Public Policy‘, Dublinked Open Data Summit, Dublin, May 07. (SLIDES).
  • Perng, SY. and Kitchin, R (2015) ‘Solutions, strategies and frictions in civic hacking’, Mediacity 5, Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK 1-3 May
  • Kitchin, R., Lauriault, T. and McArdle, G. (2015) ‘The politics of urban indicators, benchmarking and dashboards’, Data Power conference, University of Sheffield
  • Bradshaw, R. and Evans, L. (2015) ‘Exploring Design in the Bike Share Sector‘, STS Conference, Graz, Austria, 12 May
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) ‘The praxis and politics of urban data: Building the Dublin Dashboard’,  Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, 21-25 April.
  • White, J.M. (2015) ‘ISO 37120:2014′, Conference of the Association of American Geographers, 21 April 2015, Chicago IL, USA.
  • White, J.M. (2015) ‘#Stacktivism: the political work of a spatio-technical representation’, Political Geography Speciality Group Preconference, 20 April 2015, DePaul University, Chicago IL, USA.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Critique and Reflections on Open Data Initiatives’, National Economic and Social Council (NESC) Environmental Data: Priorities and Innovation Conference, Wood Quay, Dublin, April 24. (SLIDES).
  • White, J.M. (2015) ‘ISO 37120:2014′, PhD presentation to the Geography Department, 30 March 2015, Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland.
  • Evans, L. (2014)’ Cows and Code: A literature review of Software and Farms’, Proceedings of the 46th Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, May 8-10.
  • Evans, L., Lauriault T. P. and Maalsen, S. (2014) ‘Introduction to the Programmable City Project’, paper presented at 3Dcamp 2014, University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland, May 17.
  • Kitchin, R., Lauriault, T. P. and McArdle, G. (2014) ‘Urban indicators, city benchmarking, and real-time dashboards: Knowing and governing cities through open and big data’, paper presented at the Thinking the Smart City: Power, Politics and Networked Urbanism Session, Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, April 8-12. (SLIDES)
  • Kitchin, R., Lauriault, T. P. and Pergn, S.-Y. (2014) ‘Smart Cities and the Politics of Urban Data’, paper presented at the Thinking the Smart City – Power, Politics and Networked Urbanisn Session, Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, April 8-12.
  • Kitchin R. and McArdle G. (2014) ‘Dublin Dashboard: Open and real-time data and visualizations for citizens, government and companies’, presented at the Smart City Congress 2014, Barcelona, Spain, November 18-20.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) Research Data Alliance Case Studies Presentation, Legal and Policy Interest Group,, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 18.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) Information Libre: Impacte sur la recherche et le rayonnement de nos chercheurs, 13e Journée de la recherche, Informations Libres Impacts et Enjeux, Via Skype, 29 Mai.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘A genealogy of Open Data Assemblages’, paper presented at the Programmable City Project Launch, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Maynooth, Republic of Ireland, March 25. (SLIDES).
  • Lauriault, T. P. and Kitchin, R. (2014) ‘A Genealogy of Data Assemblages’, Proceedings of the 46th Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, May 8-10.
  • Lauriault, T. P. and Kitchin, R. (2014) ‘A genealogy of data assemblages: tracing the geospatial open access and open data movements in Canada’, paper presented at the Data-based Living – Peopling and Placing Big Data Session, Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, April 8-12.
  • Lauriault, T. P. and Mooney, P. (2014) ‘Crowdsourcing: A Geographic Approach to Identifying Policy Opportunities and Challenges, presented at the Bi-Annual Internet, Policy & Politics Conference 2014, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, September 25-26. (SLIDES).
  • White, J.M. (2014) ‘Moving applications: a multilayered approach to mobile computing’, Code and the City Workshop, 3 September 2014, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Maynooth, Ireland.
  • White, J.M. (2014) ‘Unpacking promises of post-crisis urban management: anticipatory logics of the smart city discourse’, Conference of Irish Geographers, 9 May 2014, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
  • White, J.M. (2014) ‘Not really smart, not really the city: definitions, rationalisations and critiques of the smart city’, SAI Postgrad Conference, 8 March 2014, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland.
  • Perng, SY. (2014) ‘The digital, the interactional, the mobile: Making and making use of data, insights and solutions’, Transforming Digital Methods, Winter School, Exeter University, Exeter, UK 11-12 Dec
  • Perng, SY. and Maalsen, S. (2014) ‘Soundscape of mobilising codes’, Networked Urban Mobilities,  Aalborg University, Copenhagen Campus, Copenhagen, Denmark 5-7 Nov
  • Bradshaw, R. (2014) ‘The bikeshare domain as a green technology: an analysis from instrumentalization theory’, Networked Urban Mobilities, Aalborg University Copenhagen, 2-7 Nov
  • Perng, SY. and Kitchin, R. (2014) ‘Unintended expectations: Location-based Social Network (LBSN) data and unknown futures’, RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London, UK 27-29 August
  • Perng, SY. and Kitchin, R. (2014) ‘From LBSN data to computing experiments’, Conference of Irish Geographers, 8th – 10th May, University of College of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Perng, SY. and Kitchin, R. (2014) ‘Experimenting LBSN futures’, The Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, 8-12 April
  • Perng, SY. (2014) ‘Mobile communities and the design and production of data solutions’, Making Data Workshop, 22nd – 23rd January, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
  • Wu, Y, Evans, L and Price, E. Generations of Deaf/Hard of Hearing Audiences for Television: A Study of the Impact of the Digital Switchover. MeCCSA, Northumbria University, 7/1/2015
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2013) ‘An Open Data Story‘, Programmable City Seminar 1, NUIM, Maynooth, November 15 (SLIDES) (VIDEO)
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) ‘Smart Cities, Big Data and their Consequences’, 3rd National Smart Cities Summit in Croke Park. (SLIDES)

Webinars

    • Lauriault, T. P. Presenter and co-author with T. Scassa and D. R. F. Taylor, 2013, Le savoir traditionnel et la cybercartographie, GeoConnections, Natural Resources Canada, December 12 (SLIDES)
    • Lauriault, T. P. Presenter and co-author with T. Scassa and D. R. F. Taylor, 2013, Traditional Knowledge and Cybercartography, GeoConnections, Natural Resources Canada, December 10. (SLIDES)

Other presentations/panels

  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Designing smart cities. Tech Thursdays, Set Theatre, Kilkenny, Sept 28th
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Smart Nation to Smart City? Opportunities and Challenges. The Challenge of Smart Cities in Ireland. Croke Park, Dublin, Sept 13th
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Digital \\ Human \\ Labour. Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, 5-9 April.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) Symposium on Human Dynamics in Smart and Connected Communities. Panel Session on “Current state of human dynamics in smart and connected communities”. Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, 5-9 April.
  • Kitchin, R. (2017) The European Research Council – attractive funding opportunities for frontier research. Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, 5-9 April.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Opportunities and ethics of big data. Windsor Castle, Nov 26-27.
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Making real-time Data Work in the smart city, Web Summit, Dublin, 3 Nov
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) What is right? What is wrong? Digital Earth ethics in daily life. Digital Earth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 5-9
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Where’s the value? Geolocation and big data.  Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Data: Activism, Access, Open‘, S06011A, Research methods advanced seminar, NUIM, Maynooth, May 08. (SLIDES)
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Evidence-Informed Decision Making‘, BU3561 – Services and Information Management, Trinity School of Business, Dublin, March 23. (SLIDES)
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) ‘Political Arithmetic, Territorial Geometry and Programmed Cities‘, Seminar to visiting Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) New media and changing communities class, Maynooth, April 2. (SLIDES)
  • Kitchin, R. (2015) Big data and smart cities. Civil, structural and environmental engineering, TCD, Mar 2nd
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2015) Invited Panelist, ‘Investigating the complex relationship between government, academia, citizens, and media’ Session at the Toronto Open Data Day – Via Skype, Toronto, Ontario, February 20.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Smart cities. Web Summit, Dublin, 4-6 November.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) Mapping co-production: unsettling mapping practices. RGS/IBG conference, London, 27-29 Aug.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014). The co-production of digital geography (3 sessions). RGS/IBG conference, London, 27-29 Aug.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) alt.conference on Big Data: Lightning Talk Discussion, (discussant 3 sessions) Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, April 8-12
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) European Research Council – Top European grants for brilliant minds from across the world, Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, April 8-12.
  • Kitchin, R. (2014) What kind of smart city do we want Dublin to be?  At Another city is possible with Adam Greenfield.  Provisional University and Dublin Art and Technology Association, March 24th, TCD.
  • Bradshaw, B. (2014) Swedish Science and Technology Studies (STS) Summer School – August 4–8, 2014 in Vadstena, SwedenLinköping University (Participant).
  • Lauriault, T. P. Seminar Lecture, 2014,  ’Big Data’. GY610 Mapping, GIS and Critical Spatial Data Week 10: Session 10, Geography Library; Physical Geography Lab, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, December 4. (SLIDES)
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014), The Transparency Paradox, Participant, November 24.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014) ‘The Risk of Homelessness, to the Dublin Regional Housing Executive‘, Research and Data Advisory Committee, at the Housing Agency, Dublin, November 27.  (SLIDES)
  • Delany, A. and Lauriault, T. P. (2014), Technology for Resilience: The Humanitarian Application of Emerging Technologies in Disaster Management, Workshop Participants, Dublin, November 3.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014), Spatial Big Data Roadshow, Ordinance Survey of Ireland and 1Spatial, Guinness Storehouse, September 17. Invited Guest.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014), Open Government Partnership European Region Meetings, Dublin Castle, May 8-9. Participant.
  • Lauriault, T. P.  (2014), 3rd Administrative Statistics Seminar, Dublin City Castle. February 20. Participant.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2014), Access+Evidence: Information for Policy, A Government Libraries Section Seminar, Bedford Suite, Bedford Tower, Dublin Castle, January 31. Seminar Participant.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2013) With data comes responsibility: Irish Data Forum Putting “I” back in “IT”, Invited Panelist, Silicon Republic Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2013), With data comes responsibility – Irish Data Forum, Putting the ‘I’ back in IT, Silicon Republic, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, November 22. Invited Panelist. (VIDEO)
  • Lauriault, T. P. (2013), Open Data, Ontario NonProfit Network (ONN) Conference 2013 (Via Skype), October 3. (VIDEO)
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Plenary panellist.  Next Tech Cities.  CityLab, New York, Oct 6-8.
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Big data and smart urbanism. Conference of Irish Geographers, Galway, May 16-18
  • Kitchin, R. (2013) Human and Big Data: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks.  Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, April 9-13