June 28 Time CET Workshop title
TBA Opening Plenary
TBA Recent History of Technology, Mediterranean Studies, Environmental Humanities: An Encounter. Go to call for proposals.
17.00-19.00 Imagining, Limiting, Militarizing: European Astroculture and Beyond
June 29
9.00-12.30 Cold War Aerospace. A hypothesis of multi-layered historical approach to scientific diplomacy
10.00-18.00 Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Algorithms, Internet of Things, Social Media, Automation, Robotics and Cybernetics: Historical and STS Perspectives from Mediterranean/Southern/Southeastern Europe. Go to call for proposals.
June 30
9.45-18.00 “Telecrisis”. Co-producing crisis and (tele-)communication technologies. Historical and STS perspectives on governance, design and use
TBA Data as a new resource? Similarities and differences of data vs. material resources. Go to call for proposals.
half day The historiographical challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic: Integrating research on medical, biomedical and health technology into the ToE agenda
July 1
TBA Technologies of State Socialism: Between Emancipation and Control. Round table with Ivan Tchalakov (The University of Plovdiv and Tomsk State University) and Valentina Fava (Ca’ Foscari  University).
9.00-13.00 Young scholars in the history of technology: surviving and thriving in academia
13.00-17.00 Workshop: Doing Energy History in Times of Transition. Go to call for proposals.
19.00-21.00 Tensations early evening event
July 2
10.00-12.00 Web archiving of the COVID crisis in Europe. Infrastructures, agencies, challenges and tensions
13.30-16.00 Historicizing Media and Communication Concepts of the Digital Age
TBA Entangling Technological Infrastructures, Material Flows and Modernities. Go to call for proposals.