Professional Activities

Organized conferences, workshops & sessions

2006

Paul Wouters, Clifford Tatum and Julie Villegas, “Paradox and Progress: Exploring Urban Culture in Amsterdam through Interdisciplinary e-Research”, Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and Spaces. EASST 2006, 26 August 2006, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, http://www2.unil.ch/easst2006/

The International Programme Committee of the 9th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, 7-9 September 2006, Leuven , Belgium

2005

“Promise and Practice of Open Access to e-Science”, Panel at Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society, World Summit of the Information Society, 13-15 November 2005, Tunis, Tunisia

International Program Committee of Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society, World Summit of the Information Society, 13-15 November 2005, Tunis, Tunisia

“Playing with e-research: the Virtual Knowledge Studio”, Panel at Internet Generations, the 6th International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, October 5-9, 2005, Chicago, USA

Kirsten Foot, Joyce Ogburn & Paul Wouters (12 May 2005), Technology & The Dynamics of Collaboration and Knowledge Production, Workshop funded by the Department of Communication, the Information School, the UW Libraries, and the Digital Media Working Group/Simpson Center for the Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA

Program Committee of Interactive Agenda Setting in the Social Sciences, a program of the Economic and Social Science Research Council ESRC 2004-2006, the UK

2000 – 2004

Elizabeth Shove, Chris Caswell, and Paul Wouters (2004-2006), Interactive Agenda Setting in the Social Sciences, 6 workshops in a program of the Economic and Social Science Research Council ESRC, Oxford 2004-2006, the UK

Poster Session “Webindicators: indicators of the future?” at the S&T Indicators 2004 Conference in Leiden, September 23-25 2004, http://conference.cwts.nl

Member of Programme Committee Science and Technology Indicators 2004, September 23-25 2004, Leiden University, Leiden http://conference.cwts.nl

Andrea Scharnhorst, Peter van den Besselaar, and Paul Wouters, “What does the Web represent? From virtual ethnography to web indicators”, session at “Public proofs, science, technology and democracy”, Joint 4S & EASST Conference, 25-28 August 2004, Ecole des Mines, Paris

Member of Programme Committee 3d IEEE Conference on Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology, 22-24 October 2003, Delft University of Technology, Delft, http://www.siit2003.org

Paul Wouters (2003), What does “quality” actually mean on the internet? Panel session at the Association of Internet Researchers 2003 Conference Broadening the Band, 16-19 October 2003, Toronto, Canada

Change and Continuity in Scientific Communication, Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, June 25, 2001

Access to Publicly Financed Research. The Global Research Village III, OECD, Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, 6-8 December 2000

Anne Beaulieu, Han Woo Park, Andrea Scharnhorst, & Paul Wouters (2002) “The form and the feel: combining approaches for the study of networks on the Internet”, Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 13-16 October 2002

Paul Wouters, Hans de Wit and Harm Pinkster (2003), Cosmopolitan Cities, Globalisation and Higher Learning, Symposium at the occasion of the Opening of the International School for Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Amsterdam, 24-25 September 2003

Paul Wouters (2002), “The Challenge of Measurement of the Web”, Session at Responsibility under Uncertaint: Science, Technology and Accountability, EASST 2002, University of York, 31 July – 3 August 2002

Change and Continuity in Scientific Communication, Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, June 25, 2001

Access to Publicly Financed Research. The Global Research Village III, OECD, Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, 6-8 December 2000