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Bell, Chilvers & Cobham paper at fPET-2010

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    Engineering engagement Engineering engagement Presentation Transcript

    • Engineering Engagement Sarah Bell, Andrew Chilvers and Tania Cobham UCL and Arup fPET 2010 Golden, Colorado
    • Engineering Engagement
      • Three engineers
      • Questions about our profession and practice
      • Looking for answers in theory
      • Gaps to be filled
    • Three Engineers
      • Environmental Engineers
      • Sarah Bell
        • academic
      • Tania Cobham
        • consultant
      • Andrew Chilvers
        • graduate
    • Tania
    • Andrew
    • Sarah
    • Engineering Engagement
      • 4 year Engineering Doctorate Project
      • Sponsored by Arup
      • The role of values in engineering practice
    • Naïve Questioning
    • Our Questions
      • Am I really an engineer?
      • What are the limits to engineering?
      • Is engineering political?
      • Who sets the engineering agenda?
      • Can engineers opt out?
      • What are the impacts of our work?
      • Is design creative or mechanistic?
      • What is missing from engineering practice?
    • What have the philosophers ever done for us?
    • Our Questions
      • Am I really an engineer?
      • What are the limits to engineering?
      • Is engineering political?
      • Who sets the engineering agenda?
      • Can engineers opt out?
      • What are the impacts of our work?
      • Is design creative or mechanistic?
      • What is missing from engineering practice?
    • Who sets the engineering agenda?
      • Social construction of technology
      • Critical theory
      • Engineering ethics
      • New modes of agenda setting
        • Participatory methods
        • Deliberation
        • Technology assessment
    • Who sets the engineering agenda?
      • So what can we do?
      • What about everyday, mundane engineering practice?
      • What about the engineering-policy interface?
      • When do engineers set the agenda?
    • What are the impacts of our work?
      • Philosophy of technology
      • Actor-Network Theory
      • Co-production of society and technology
      • Technology assessment
    • What are the impacts of our work?
      • What about engineering that is not about producing technology or artefacts?
        • Planning
        • Management
        • Decision making
        • Policy
        • Consulting and advice
    • Is design mechanistic or creative?
      • Engineering method
      • Standardisation
      • User centred design
      • Innovation literature
      • Engineering ethnography
      • Typologies of philosophies of technology
    • Is design mechanistic or creative?
      • Are there typologies of engineering philosophies?
      • Are there philosophical typologies of engineers?
      • How does the context of design shape creativity?
      • When is creativity required in engineering?
      • How does the character of the engineer influence creativity and design?
    • What is missing from engineering practice?
      • Participation
        • User led research and design
      • Citizen science
      • Appropriate technology movement
    • What is missing from engineering practice?
      • What happens when engineers transgress professional boundaries to achieve outcomes?
        • Do they return to simply legitimate their practice?
      • What about grass-roots and ‘barefoot’ engineers?
      • Where is humanity in engineering?
        • Do engineers need more empathy?
    • Engineering Engagement
      • Theoretical foundations
        • Philosophies of technology and engineering
        • SCOT, ANT, ethnographies
      • Gaps
        • Focus on engineers, not artefacts
        • Everyday engineering, not controversies or big toys
        • Barefoot, unconventional engineers