This blog post summarizes could-have-been blog posts from April, i.e. some of the things that happened in April but that did not merit blog posts of their own (but that could if there had there been fewer other things happening).
I wrote a March roundup blog post a month ago so this the second in the series. It might become a regular genre of blog posts or it might not, the jury is still out.
- Adrian Friday will be a SF Lab Scholar in Residence this autumn (April 1)
- Presentations, engagement, and mentorship of research students on topics relating to sustainability and digital futures (energy demand, impacts of ICT, thermal comfort, digitally mediated services).
- Joint author papers, for example repeating and extending research into academic flying practice , bringing a point of comparison from UK data.
- Explore specific funding opportunities, likely as part of Horizon Net Zero/ smart society calls.
- Contributing to the design of a new sustainability Masters programme, leveraging my 10+ knowledge and experience of research in this area.
- Invited talk, “Academic mobility - Who gets to fly?” (April 8)
- Roch and Hamilton-Jones visited SF Lab (April 19-22)
- Popular Science lunch lecture, “Who gets to fly? in the KTH Library (April 25)
- Do the poker chip visualization display information that is sensitive?
- Who should be allowed to see this data?
- Was it wrong to show it here?
- Would it be wrong to use non-anonymized data?
- Would it be wrong to make the data publicly available?
- Can I as a researcher ask KTH not to disclose info about my flying
- If so, how can KTH reach its climate targets?