The “Preface to the Proceedings of the 26th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science”, authored by Peter van Oosterom, Hendrik Ploeger, Ali Mansourian, Simon Scheider, Rob Lemmens, and Bastiaan van Loenen, is now published in GIScience Series, 4(1), Delft, The Netherlands, pp. 1-2, 2023. The 26th AGILE Conference was held at TU Delft back in JuneRead More…
The open access article “Towards a Citizen- and Citizenry-Centric Digitalization of the Urban Environment: Urban Digital Twinning as Commoning“, co-authored by Stefano Calzati and Bastiaan van Loenen is out in the journal Digital Society
The article “Shaping a Data Commoning Polity: Prospects and Challenges of a European Digital Sovereignty“, authored by Stefano Calzati is out, as part of the Proceedings of the 2023 International Conference on Electronic Participation.
The open access article “Beyond Federated Data: A Data Commoning Proposition for the EU’s Citizen-centric Digital Strategy“, co-authored by Stefano Calzati and Bastiaan van Loenen is out in the journal AI & Society (section Open Forum)
The 2023 Conference of the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) was held at TU Delft from the 13th to the 16th of June. It hosted a diverse cohort of practitioners, scholars and PhD students around the theme of “Spatial Data for Design”.
Stefano Calzati attended (online) the 2023 Data Justice Conference: Exploring Social Justice in the Age of Datafication” organised by the Data Justice Lab at Cardiff University. He presented the paper “Conceptualising the Data Republic: Fair Data Ecosystems as a Way to Balance Individual and Collective Data Rights”
The article A Fourth Way to the Digital Transformation: The Data Republic as a Fair Data Ecosystem, co-authored by Stefano Calzati and Bastiaan van Loenen, has been published in the journal Data & Policy
The article The Social Imaginaries on Governance through Data: Q-Methodological Analysis of Data Professionals’ Views in the Field of Mobility, co-authored by Stefano Calzati together with Anu Masso and Maris Männiste, has been published in the journal Futures.
The article From Big Data Epistemology to AI Politics, authored by Stefano Calzati, has been published in Journal of Information Communication & Ethics in Society
Frederika Welle Donker, together with Andrea Miletić and Ana Kuveždić Divjak from the University of Zagreb, authored the article “Assessment of the Croatian Open Data Portal Using User-Oriented Metrics”, which appeared, open access, in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 12(5), 185.