Dealing with Climate Change

// MECS // Konferenz //  25. – 26. Juni 2015 // 09:00 //
»Dealing with Climiate Change. Calcus & Catastrophe in the Age of Simulation«


Donnerstag, 25. Juni 2016
09.00Coffee & Registration

Claus Pias: Welcome

Isabell Schrickel: Introduction

10.00Dania Achermann (Aarhus University, Center for Science Studies)
»From Climatology to Climate Science. The Shift within the German Climatological Community, 1960s to 1980s«  

Martin Mahony  (King’s College London, Department of Geography / MECS)
»Climate Change and the Nation: Insitutionalising Climate Prediction in the UK, 1988-92«  

Alexander Bakker (Pennsylvania State University, Earth and Environmental Systems Institute)
»How Working on the Technical Interpretation of Complex Climate Model Output Changed my Perspective on its Usefulness«  

Response: Gabriele Gramelsberger (IKKM Weimar)

Christoph Rosol (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin)
»Paleoclimate Experiments«

Sabine Höhler (KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, School of Architecture and the Built)
»Environment From Exceptional to Periodic: Southern Oscillation Satellite Data between Climate Change and Predictability«

Sébastien Nobert (University of Leeds, Sustainability Research Institute / Université de Pau – CNRS, Laboratoire Société Environnement Territoire)
»A Recipe for Disasters: Ensemble Prediction Systems and Anticipating Flood Risk in the European Union«  

Response: Sebastian Vehlken (MECS, Leuphana University)

15.30Coffee Break
16.00Carson Chan (Princeton University, School of Architecture) 
»The Traffic of Clouds: Diaspora Theory, the Internet, Climate Change and the Figuration of Contemporary Social Movements«

Sam Randalls (University College London, Department of Geography) 
»The Arts and Technologies of the Future Climate Economy«

Response: Ulli Vilsmaier (Center for Methods, Leuphana University)
18.00Keynote: Paul N. Edwards (University of Michigan, School of Information, Department of History / MECS, Leuphana University) 
»Knowledge Infrastructures for the Anthropocene«
Freitag, 26. Juni 2016
10.00Eva Horn (Universität Wien, Institut für Germanistik)
»Beyond Simulation. An Aesthetics of Heat in the Age of Global Warming«  

Birgit Schneider (Universität Potsdam, Institut für Künste und Medien)
»The Future Face of the Earth: Visual Semantics of Future in Climate Change Imagery of the IPCC«  

Rafico Ruiz (McGill University, Department of Art History and Communication Studies / DCRL)
»Media Environments: Icebergs on Screens«  

Response: Florian Sprenger (DCRL, Leuphana University)


13.15Oliver Geden (SWP German Institute for International and Security Affairs) 
»Negative Emissions: Introducing 'Carbon Debt' to Save the Global Carbon Budget«
14.00Wrap up

Trading Zones of Climate Change

Museum Lüneburg
Wandrahmstrasse 10
21335 Lüneburg

Die Konferenz ist kostenlos und für die Öffentlichkeit frei zugänglich, allerdings wird eine Anmeldung benötigt. Hierfür bitte eine E-Mail senden an: