Research Network


Workspace <p>The Edgeryders research network is in the process of scaling. This category is to discuss its development - from strategic directions to operational processes and overarching partnerships. Specific strategies and events - such as the Horizon2020 programme and Econ Sci-Fi - feature as their own categories.</p> Horizon 2020 <p>Edgeryders research network participates in the European Commission's <a href="https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/">Horizon 2020 research and innovation framework programme</a>. </p> <p>This category is for discussions on directions, ideas and proposals in formulation.</p> Economic Sci-Fi <p>Economists, politicians and business leaders, it seems, have given up on trying to imagine completely different economic systems. But we have not. And neither has a small group of brainy, visionary science fiction authors: Cory Doctorow (peer production and abundance in <em>Walkaway</em>), Bruce Sterling (nomads + cheap open source technology + reputation servers in <em>Distraction</em>), Neal Stephenson (phyla in <em>The Diamond Age</em>), Peter Watts (tons of insights from biology in the <em>Rifters</em> trilogy), and others.</p> <p>We organize a meeting of minds where we can learn from each other what future economies might look like. And maybe even how we can help them being born.</p>
New policy: celebrate new hires [Research Network] (4)
Field methods paper: reviewers comments to second version ( 2 ) [Research Network] (30)
Do OpenCare participants have to go through the new consent funnel? [Research Network] (8)
Biweekly H2020 Projects Stand-up 18/03 [Horizon 2020] (9)
The alchemists/2: first version of the concept note ready [Research Network] (11)
Person Specification: Community Manager [Horizon 2020] (7)
The economics of Cory Doctorow's Walkaway [Economic Sci-Fi] (7)
The Edgeryders Research Network: concept note [Workspace] (1)
Wading into geoethics: Martin Bohle joins the Research Network [Research Network] (6)
Person Specification: Ethnographer ( 2 ) [Horizon 2020] (25)
Biweekly H2020 Projects Stand-up 04/03 [Horizon 2020] (1)
Thoughts on "Confronting the Digital: Doing Ethnography in Modern Organizational Settings " [Research Network] (3)
Field Methods Paper — Reviewer Comments ( 2 ) [Research Network] (29)
Biweekly H2020 Projects Stand-up 18/2 [Horizon 2020] (1)
Decentralized research: a note on working together in Horizon 2020 projects [Horizon 2020] (9)
Second reading group meeting: info and cheatsheet on "Autonomous", by Annalee Newitz [Economic Sci-Fi] (7)
Biweekly H2020 Projects Stand-up 4/2 – minutes [Horizon 2020] (10)
Update: Horizon 2020 proposals we are working on in 2019 ( 2 ) [Horizon 2020] (29)
PopCulture as an entry point: Where surveillance capitalism and the rise of populism meet... [Horizon 2020] (4)
POPREBEL Consortium meeting 15-16/01 – Summary and Next Steps [Research Network] (1)
Speculating identity and agency in the next generation internet: the case for entitlements [Research Network] (5)
The first reading group meeting is coming up! Info and cheatsheet [Economic Sci-Fi] (17)
Marina Batinić joins the Research Network [Research Network] (10)
Help needed: presentations at the London consortia meetings [Horizon 2020] (10)
Biweekly H2020 Projects Stand-up 7/1 – minutes [Horizon 2020] (4)
Tech dev specifications for POPREBEL and NGI Forward [Horizon 2020] (17)
Field methods paper: lit review and comments ( 2 3 4 5 6 ) [Research Network] (101)
Coupling economic issues with SF literature: building blocks for Econ-SF seminar in Istanbul ( 2 ) [Economic Sci-Fi] (24)
A research project on identities and conflict [Horizon 2020] (15)
CREA - Cross-disciplinary Research on Effectual Anticipation [Research Network] (20)