Facilitar una plataforma de colaboración e intercambio académico, científico, profesional y cultural entre investigadores y estudiantes de post-grado chilenos en Holanda, fomentando el trabajo interdisciplinario.
Servir de canal centralizado de comunicación entre personas que hacen o están interesadas en investigación y desarrollo en Holanda y Chile, con el fin de facilitar los contactos para establecer trabajos y colaboraciones entre ambos países
Fomentar el intercambio de conocimiento, experiencias e información entre los investigadores y estudiantes chilenos en Holanda, generando instancias de encuentro para la reflexión y difusión de proyectos académicos, de investigación y de desarrollo.
This year, the conference of members of IN.NL will take place at the Wageningen University & Research on February 16th. This time, we will discuss the topic "Scientific contributions to the development of Chile" from different perspectives.
The registration is open to members and non-members of IN.NL, with free conference fee.
The participants have the chance to present themselves and their work by means of oral and/or poster presentations. The presentations will be organized in four thematic tracks:
- 1. Technology and Health
- 2. Education, communication and society
- 3. Plant, Animal and Food Sciences
- 4. Social and environmental sustainability
|January, 28th||Deadline for submitting your abstract. To apply for an oral presentation, please fill in this form and send it to our email. In the document, you have to write the abstract of your presentation (max. 200 words) and select one of the thematic tracks.|
|February, 13th||Deadline for sending your poster. To participate in the poster sessions, send your poster using this template before the deadline and we will print it for you.|
Friday February 16th
- 12:30 to 13:00 - Registration
- 13:00 to 13:20 - Presentation IN.NL (Spanish)
- 13:20 to 14:30 - Poster session / Pitch - Speed dating (English)
- 14:30 to 14:45 - Coffe Break
- 14:45 to 15:45 - Oral presentations (4 parallell sessions) (English)
- 15:50 to 16:50 - Keynote talks and discussion (English)
- 16:50 to 17:00 - Closure
- 17:00 to 18:00 - Drinks & Bites
Dr. Daniela Vicherat Mattar
Daniela is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Leiden University College The Hague. She is originally trained academically and professionally as a sociologist in Chile, Daniela completed her PhD at the European University Institute with a thesis focused on the role of public spaces as social underpinnings of democracy. In 2008, she took up a Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Edinburgh to carry out a research on another quiet prevalent urban form, walls, and the way in which they have been shaping European cities until nowadays. Since 2010 she is working at LUC The Hague, where she convene the Gender Minor and the Global Challenges Diversity course. Daniela is specially interested in the uses of theory in everyday life and how large socio- political processes, such as democratization or migration, affect and shape public spaces in contemporary cities in Europe and Latin America. Her research focuses on the processes of border-making in conceptual terms, but also related to the visible manifestations of identity politics and the challenges of belonging. Ultimately, her interest is focused on to understand how these processes manifest in the urban landscape affecting our daily lives. Daniela's research aims on topics such as:
- Public Spaces.
Prof.dr.ir. Rutgerd Boelens
Rutgerd Boelens is Professor 'Political Ecology of Water in Latin America' holding a part-time special chair with CEDLA and the University of Amsterdam (Fac. Social and Behavioral Sciences FMG/GPIO and Fac. Humanities). He also works as Professor Water Governance and Social Justice at Wageningen University (Environmental Sciences Group, Water Resources Management), and is Visiting Professor at the Catholic University of Peru and the Central University of Ecuador. He directs the international Justicia Hídrica /Water Justice alliance, engaged with comparative research and training on water accumulation, conflict and civil society action. Dr. Boelens' research focuses on:
- Water rights
- Legal pluralism
- Cultural politics
- Political ecology
The conference will be held in the Orion Building (building number 103) in the Wageningen University and Research's campus.
Address: Bronland 1, Gebouw 103, 6708 WH Wageningen
How to get to the Orion building from Ede-Wageningen train station?
There are two buses that can take you to the location:
1. Take the bus 84 towards 'Wageningen via campus/Forum' until the bus stop 'Campus/Forum', then walk to the Orion building.
2. Take the bus 88 towards 'Wageningen via Hoevestein' until the bus stop 'Campus/Atlas', then walk to the Orion building.