Conferences and Papers
Presentation and draft chapter to be published in edited volume “Histories of Surveillance in Europe and Beyond”: Policy windows for surveillance. The phased introduction of the identification card in the Netherlands since the early twentieth century. WG2 meeting Living in Surveillance Societies, Israel/Palestine, 7 March 2013.
Paper with Passenier, D., J. Mollee, J. Wolbers, F.K. Boersma and P. Groenewegen: Formalization of Crisis Response Coordination from a Public Inquiry Report, at the 7th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management ISCRAM 2012. Presentation by David Passenier and Julienka Mollee, Vancouver, Canada, 25 April, 2012.
Presentation on Surveillance in context: the introduction of CCTV at Schiphol Airport Amsterdam and at Sail Amsterdam 2010 at the session Spatialities of Surveillance and Control at the 16th World Congress of the International Society for Criminology, Kobe, Japan, 9 August 2011.
Presentation and paper with Hannah Langen on The Organization of Studio K: finding the balance between Organizational Identity and Community Development in an Amsterdam Neighborhood at the section ‘Belonging, exclusion, public and quasi-public space’ at the RC21: Research Committee 21 of the Sociology of Urban and Regional Development, International Sociological Association, conference 2011: ‘The Struggle to Belong: Dealing with diversity in 21st century urban settings’, Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam, 8 July 2011.
Presentation and paper (co-authors Peter Groenewegen and Jeroen Wolbers) on Common Operational Pictures (COP) as Boundary Objects in Emergency Management at the 3rd International Symposium on Process Organization Studies (PROS): ‘How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts and Materiality in Organization Studies’, Corfu, Greece, 18 June, 2011.
Presentation on The Internet and Surveillance at the Annual Meeting of the European COST Action Living in Surveillance Societies: ‘Surveillance in post-authoritarian societies: the ghost of surveillance’, Iasi Romania, 5 May 2011.
Presentation on Business Process Engineering in Higher Education Ethiopia with dr. Henk van den Heuvel, CIS, VU Amsterdam, 9 November 2010.
Presentation with dr. Pieter Wagenaar: Big Brother and Small Sister at the Annual Conference of the EU COST Action Living in Surveillance Societies, London City University, London, 13 April, 2010.
Participant at the workshop on Digitalizing cultural heritage of the South Africa Netherlands research Programme on Alternatives in Development (SANPAD; NWO-WOTRO) , Durban, South Africa, 8-11 February, 2010.
Presentation and paper with dr. Frank den Hond: Giddens a la Carte? at the EGOS 2009 colloqium, Barcelona, 2 July.
Presentation and paper with Elena Ponzoni: Writing history for the business man. The development of business history between ‘old’ and ‘new’ production of knowledge at the EGOS 2009 colloqium, Barcelona, 2 July.
Presentation and paper: Emergency Response Rooms in Action: an ethnographic case-study in Amsterdam at the ISCRAM Conference, Götenborg, Sweden, 10-13 May 2009.
Presentation and paper with Peter Groenewegen en Pieter Wagenaar: LEARNING IN A FRAGMENTED EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROOM IN THE CITY OF AMSTERDAM at the OLKC Conference, Amsterdam, 27 April 2009.
Management Committee meeting of the EU COST Action Living in Surveillance Societies in Brussels, 22-23 April, 2009.
Presentation and paper with Pieter Wagenaar and Peter Groenewegen: Red, White and Blue: Organizational Fragmentation of the Emergency Response Rooms in the City of Amsterdam at the NIG conference, University of Twente, 20 November, 2008.
Paper and presentation with Pieter Wagenaar and Peter Groenewegen: Red, White and Blue: Organizational Fragmentation of the Emergency Response Rooms in the City of Amsterdam at EGPA 2008, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 3 September, 2008.
Paper and presentation with Pieter Wagenaar: Red, White and Blue: Organizational Fragmentation of the Emergency Response Rooms in the City of Amsterdam at the 24th EGOS Colloquium, Amsterdam, 11 July, 2008.
Roundtable discussion and research preparation/agenda setting at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on The Organization and Structuration of Emergency Rooms with Marshall Scott Poole (professor at University of Illinois), Noshir Contractor (professor at Northwestern University, Evanston/Chicago), Annie Wang (graduate student at Northwestern University), Prof.dr. Peter Groenewegen and Dr. Pieter Wagenaar (both VU University Amsterdam), 2008.
Workshop organizer with Peter Groenewegen, Ira Helsoot, Scott Poole and Pieter Wagenaar on: Organization of Emergency Response, VU University Amsterdam, 17 June, 2008.
Presentation with Pieter Wagenaar: The interaction between technical and social networks at the workshop Organization of Emergency Response, VU University Amsterdam, 17 June, 2008.
Paper and presentation Business Mathematics and Informatics: a Case Study of Curriculum Restructuring at the North West University in South Africa presented at the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), Brighton/Sussex, UK, 12 December, 2007.
Invited presentation Accreditation Practices, at the 5th National Conference on Private Higher Education Institutions in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, 25 August, 2007.
Chair of a roundtable expert meeting on Open innovation & social innovation organized by Hiteq and Sijas Akkermans of the Center of Social Innovation, 20 March, Lelystad, 2007.
Paper and presentation with Pieter Wagenaar: Soft sister and the rationalization of the world. The driving forces behind increasing surveillance at the Conference of the Public Administration Theory Network (PAT-Net), Harrisburg (Penn.), USA, 25 March, 2007.
Lecture: Managing a research programme and being a member of a faculty, for the board and management of the Copperbelt University of Zambia, 13 June and at 1 October for the management of the University of Zambia, organized by CIS in Amsterdam, 2007.
Commentator at the Amsterdam workshop on the commodification of academic research organized by Professor Hans Radder, Blaise Pascal Instituut, Amsterdam, 21-23 June, 2007.
Paper and presentation with Hanneke Duijnhoven: The Choreography of Security Culture in the Dutch and Spanish Railway Sector, at the 24th EGOS
colloquium in Vienna at the sub-them on post New Public Management, 6 May, 2007.
Organization of a workshop on STS curriculum at the NWU in South Africa, Potchefstroom, together with Carools Reinecke and Marc de Vries, January 2006.
Roundtable discussion on Research Policy and Research Cultures at the University of San Carlos (USC), Cebu in the Philippines, together with Ted Murnane (USC) and Jeroen van Spijk (Centre for International Cooperation, CIS, VU), June 2006.
Organization of the “Knowledge Society” NIG Session and Colloquium, VU Amsterdam with Albert Meijer, 9 November, 2006.
Paper and presentation with Sytze Kingma and Marcel Veenswijk: Paradoxes of control: the Dutch High Speed Alliance Train (HSA) Organizational consequences of electronic reporting systems in a large scale infrastructural construction work. NWO/SISWO-conference, The Hague, the Netherlands, 9 October, 2005.
Organization of a Workshop on STS curriculum at the NWU in South Africa, Potchefstroom, February and August, 2005.
Paper with Sierk Ybema (presentation): The role of history in the social construction of an identity change. Conflict among editors of the Dutch daily newspaper ‘de Volkskrant’ at the EBHA-conference, Frankfurt, Germany, 1-3 September, 2005.
Organization of the “Knowledge Society” NIG Session and Colloquium, RU Nijmegen with Albert Meijer, 9 November, 2005.
Paper with Sytze Kingma and Marcel Veenswijk (joint presentation with Kingma): The electronic management of the Dutch High Speed Train Project at “Knowledge Society” NIG Session and Colloquium, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 29 October, 2004.
Paper and presentation: Creating an agricultural network. Conference Paper at the Business History Conference (BHC), Le Creusot, France, 18-20 June, 2004.
Paper with Sytze Kingma (joint presentation): The Mutual Shaping of ERP and Organizational Culture in a Manufacturing Company at the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Ljubljana University, Slovenia, 1-3 July, 2004.
Paper and presentation: A Demanding Technology: making sense of an Enterprise System. 6th International Conference on Organizational Discourse, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 28-30 July, 2004.
Paper and presentation: De worsteling met ICT hulpmiddelen in de organisatie voor de Elfde Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Studiedagen van SISWO Instituut voor Maatschappijwetenschappen, Amsterdam, 22-23 April, 2004.
Paper with Sytze Kingma (joint presentation): ERP Systems and Organizational Culture: Conceptualizing ERP from Life World Perspective. Refereed IAMOT Conference Paper, Nancy, France, 13-15 May, 2003.
Paper and presentation: The role of an industrial research director as a stakeholder: networking activities during the early history of the Philips Physics Laboratory at the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST), York, UK (Chair of the session), 31 July – 4 August, 2002.
Paper and presentation: Inventing Structures for Industrial Research at the European Business History Association (EBHA), University of Helsinki, Finland, 22-24 August, 2002.
Paper and presentation: Looking into the lab. A comparison between Philips and GE at the SHOT Conference, San Hose, USA, 4-7 October, 2001.
Paper with Marc de Vries (joint presentation): The history of Philips’ Physical Laboratory 1914-1990: Conference presentation at the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) Conference, München, Germany, 17-20 August, 2000.
Paper and presentation: De ontstaansgeschiedenis van het Philips Nat.Lab.: De groei naar een professionele organisatie at the IIG Colloquium, Utrecht, 3 February, 2000.
Paper and presentation: Engineering Ethics, in: Proceedings of the Working Conference SWEHOL: Managing the Technological Civilization, pp. 37-43, 1998.
Paper and presentation: The Social Shaping of Technology and Technology Dynamics, in: Proceedings of the Working Conference SWEHOL: Managing the Technological Civilization, pp. 31-44, 1997.