Introducing the Centerof Ethics of Science andTechnology                           Soraj Hongladarom                    De...
Rationale•Rapid advances in science andtechnology, especially as they affectdeveloping countries.•Need for systematic thin...
Objectives•Conduct research•Collaborate with other centers•Teach courses related bioethics, computerethics, etc.•Organizec...
People•Soraj Hongladarom (philosophy)•Somparn Promta (philosophy)•Pattarasinee Bhattarakosol (computerscience)•Chaichana N...
Students•Jerd Bandasak  oConcept of agency on the Internet•Nattika Krongyuth  oPhilosophy of education•Theptawee Chokevasi...
Past Projects (selected)ASEAN LEMLIFE Project - 2004 - 2005     Collaboration between ASEAN and EUuniversities     Legal, ...
Past Projects•Science in Thai Society and Culture  oSupported by National Research Council•Aims at understanding the role ...
ProjectsSoraj Hongladarom     Computer/information ethics          Construction of Self in OnlineWorld     Bioethics      ...
ProjectsSomparn Promta     Buddhist perspectives in bioethics:cloning, stem cell research, aging, death,abortion, etc.    ...
http://www.stc.arts.chula.ac.th/
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Introducing the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology

  1. 1. Introducing the Centerof Ethics of Science andTechnology Soraj Hongladarom Department of Philosophy Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University
  2. 2. Rationale•Rapid advances in science andtechnology, especially as they affectdeveloping countries.•Need for systematic thinking and researchon ethical and social implications of S&T•University established the Center in 2006as an interdisciplinary research unit.
  3. 3. Objectives•Conduct research•Collaborate with other centers•Teach courses related bioethics, computerethics, etc.•Organizeconferences, seminars, workshops.
  4. 4. People•Soraj Hongladarom (philosophy)•Somparn Promta (philosophy)•Pattarasinee Bhattarakosol (computerscience)•Chaichana Nimnual (psychiatry)•Duangkamol Chartprasert (journalism)•Pirongrong Ramasoota (journalism)•Craig Warren Smith (technology policy andmanagement)
  5. 5. Students•Jerd Bandasak oConcept of agency on the Internet•Nattika Krongyuth oPhilosophy of education•Theptawee Chokevasin oImplications of nanotechnology oMobile computing and ethics•Pimonpan Chaianan oWeb 2.0 and Thai politics
  6. 6. Past Projects (selected)ASEAN LEMLIFE Project - 2004 - 2005 Collaboration between ASEAN and EUuniversities Legal, ethical and managementaspects of biomedical sciences Emphasis on development of coursecontent and curricula rather than research
  7. 7. Past Projects•Science in Thai Society and Culture oSupported by National Research Council•Aims at understanding the role cultureand history play in the development of S&Tin Thai context• Book - Science in Thai Society and Culture
  8. 8. ProjectsSoraj Hongladarom Computer/information ethics Construction of Self in OnlineWorld Bioethics Ethical implications of Old Age Buddhist perspective on humanvulnerability
  9. 9. ProjectsSomparn Promta Buddhist perspectives in bioethics:cloning, stem cell research, aging, death,abortion, etc. Buddhism and art/music
  10. 10. http://www.stc.arts.chula.ac.th/

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