Preliminary Program

Details will be based on the reactions to the call for participation and published in spring 2019.

Wednesday, 25th of September, 2019

  • 16:00-18:00h: Pre-Workshop: 30+ years of IANUS at TU Darmstadt
    (Moderation: Prof. Alfred Nordmann, Prof. Christian Reuter)
  • 19:00h: Informal pre-conference dinner (optional

Thursday, 26th of September, 2019

  • 08:00h: Registration
  • 09:00h: Opening by TU Darmstadt, FONAS, IANUS, CROSSING and PEASEC
    (Prof. Christian Reuter, Dr. Jürgen Altmann)
  • 09:30h Keynote
  • 10:30h: Coffee Break
  • 11:00h: The Past and the Future of Natural-Science/Technical Peace Research (3 Talks)
  • 12:30h: Lunch Break
  • 14:00h: Parallel talks (3-4 each)
  • 15:30h: Extended Coffee Break and Poster Session
  • 16:45h: Panel Discussion
  • 18:15h: Evening Talk
  • 19:00h-22:00h: Conference Dinner and Poster Session

Friday, 27th of September, 2019

  • 09:00h: Keynote
  • 10:00h: Coffee break
  • 10:30h: Parallel talks (3-4 each) and Workshops
  • 12:00h: Lunch Break and Poster Session
  • 13:00h: Parallel talks (3-4 each)
  • 14:30h: Closing Keynote
  • 16:00h: Expected End

Confirmed Presentations (selection):

  • Dr. Una Backer-Jakob (HSKF): N.N. 
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Kalinowski (Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization, Vienna): The Work of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
  • Prof. Dr. Gerald Kirchner, ZNF, University of Hamburg: The future and the past of natural science peace research
  • Dr. Oliver Meier (SWP): N.N.
  • Prof. Dr. Götz Neuneck (IFAR², ISFH, University of Hamburg): Future technological and political Arms Races - Challenges for Research and Implementation
  • Prof. Dr. Alfred Nordmann (Technoscience/Philosophy, TU Darmstadt): Safety and Security – Their Relation and Transformation
  • Thomas Reinhold (IFAR², ISFH, University of Hamburg): N.N.
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Reuter, Science and Technology for Peace and Security (PEASEC), TU Darmstadt: Information Technology for Peace and Security
  • Dr. Dr. René von Schomberg (European Commission): Responsible Research and Innvoation for Peace
  • Dr. Niklas Schörnig (PRIF/HSFK): Weapons verification with high-tech? Chances of and obstacles to making use of emerging technologies in arms control
  • Dr. Matthias Schulze (SWP): Quo Vadis digitale Rüstungskontrolle? Schwachstellen als Ausweg?