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Thematic sessions

Overview parallel sessions LIRS 2019

Session 1a: Institutional innovation and trust dynamics (part 1)

Chairs: Raoul Beunen, Sander Kole, Jasper de Vries

  • Outline panel: Unpacking the interrelations between institutional innovation and trust dynamics
    Raoul Beunen
  • Understanding trust dynamics in institutional change
    Jasper de Vries
  • Independent review or legitimizing tailings? - The role of Environmental Impact Assessments in governing arctic water systems
    Sander Goes, Aileen Aseron Espiritu

Session 1b: IS/IT for societal challenges (part 1)

Chairs: Johan Versendaal, Rogier van de Wetering

  • The impact of Dynamic Enterprise Architecture Capabilities on Competitive Performance
    Tom Hendrickx
  • The development of a maturity model for the General Data Protection Regulation
    Ben Roelens
  • Research in progress: How can distributed ledgers facilitate interaction in networked organizations
    Ronald van den Heuvel

Session 1c Circular economy

Chairs: Harold Krikke, Ansje Löhr

  • Solid waste services keeping pace with city growth; challenge or opportunity for developing countries?
    Hans Breukelman, Harold Krikke, Ansje Löhr
  • Packaging waste in International fast food chains: case studies in Indonesia
    Ansje Löhr, Melina van Scharrenburg, Budi Widainarko, Harold Krikke
  • Carbon Footprint of Single Use Plastic Waste Generated from Food and Beverage Products Consumed at Convenience Stores in Semarang City, Indonesia
    Budi Widianarko, Inneke Hantoro, Novita Ika Putri, Bagus A. Sutikno, Ansje Löhr
  • Exposure to microplastics and nanoplastics: a health concern?
    Frank van Belleghem

Session 2a Institutional innovation and trust dynamics (part 2)

Chairs: Raoul Beunen, Sander Kole, Jasper de Vries

  • Trust and institutional innovation in wildlife governance - The case of moose policy in Poland
    Krzysztof Niedziałkowski
  • Changing roles of citizens in urban planning: what about trust?
    Saskia Bisschops
  • Governance innovation for the marine litter pollution in the Netherlands.
    Judith Floor, Ansje Löhr

Session 2b: IS/IT for societal challenges (part 2)

Chairs: Johan Versendaal, Rogier van de Wetering

  • Conceptual independence as a software design principle in IT Infrastructure
    Debbie Tarenskeen
  • Understanding alignment challenges of EMR implementations and –operations using a co-evolutionary IS-alignment approach
    Pien Walraven
  • ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE FUNDAMENTAL ARTIFACTS
    Frank Grave
  • Generating legal system interfaces from Hohfeld concepts for rights and liberties
    Lloyd Rutledge, Jeroen Bos, Serge de Klerk, Pieter Slootweg, J.C. Voorwinden, Annalotte Zomerdijk

Session 2c Learning, Resilience and Employability in Organisational sustainability

Chairs: Marjolein Caniëls, Wim Lambrechts, Judith Semeijn

  • Competences and Sustainable Employability of Sustainability Professionals
    Ronald Venn, Francisca Perez Salgado, Tinka van Vuuren, Judith Semeijn
  • Antecedents of work team flow: A survey study in four public organizations
    Lise van Oortmessen, Marjolein Caniëls, Karlijn Verbrugge, Anouk van Ritbergen
  • Applying different levers for supply chain sustainability: control and governance mechanisms in a cross boundary setting
    Joost de Haan-Hoek, Wim Lambrechts, Janjaap Semeijn, Marjolein Caniëls
  • Ignorance management - critical elements of an Early Warning System (EWS) for unexpected events threatening organizational sustainability
    Joost Platje

Session 3a Learning - teaching and social learning

Chair: Harald Vranken

  • Open Maths: from resistance to curiosity in mathematics learning
    Greg Alpar
  • A multidisciplinary approach to designing Personal Learning Environments (PLEs)
    Ebrahim Rahimi
  • The impact of a small grading shock on student effort: a lab experiment
    Liudmila Galiullina
  • Threshold Concepts in Physics for Environmental Sciences
    Bert Zwaneveld, Paquita Pérez Salgado, Gé Nielissen

Session 3b Designing resilient heating / cooling systems using ultra low temperature sources

Chairs: Wilfried Ivens, Stef Boesten

  • Towards circular heating systems: the potential of heat exchange in fifth generation district heating and cooling systems
    Stef Boesten
  • Energy from surface and sewage water for the gas-free transition of the built environment - Study in Breda, the Netherlands
    Ruben Hetebrij, Shalika Walker, Wim Zeiler
  • Water security: threats and opportunities of a heat transition
    Chelsea Kaandorp, Edo Abraham, Nick van de Giesen
  • District heating/cooling grids as socio-technical systems: implications for participatory approaches to implementation
    Joop De Kraker, Stef Boesten

Session 3c: Innovation and resilience

Chair: Marjolein Caniëls

  • Towards an Analytics Governance Framework
    Jeroen Baijens
  • New health-care opportunities through the Internet of Things (IoT) in the Netherlands
    Gert Folkerts
  • Resilience of non-profit organisations to changing external environment - business model adaptation
    Judith Sanderse, Frank de Langen, Francisca Perez Salgado
  • The role of team resilience in teamwork and product innovation: two case studies
    Pieter Reijneveld, Marjolein Caniëls, Petra de Weerd-Nederhof, Lise van Oortmerssen

Session 4a Resilience - trustworthy systems and sustainability (part 1)

Chair: Harald Vranken

  • A Privacy-Friendly, Large-Scale Study of File Fragmentation on NTFS
    Vincent van der Meer, Hugo Jonker
  • Fingerprint surface-based detection of web bot detectors
    Benjamin Krumnow, Hugo Jonker
  • Effective Analysis of Attack Trees - A Model-Driven Approach
    Rajesh Kumar, Stefano Schivo, Enno Ruijters, Burgra Yildiz, David Huistra, Jacco Brandt, Arend Rensink, Mariëlle Stoelinga

Session 4b Supply chain

Chair: Harold Krikke

  • Digital Supply Chain Disruption: Introducing Additive Manufacturing in a Traditional Patient-Specific Medical Care Products Supply Chain, a Case Study
    Victor Verboeket, Harold Krikke
  • The role of purchasers in successful circular purchasing: a comparative case-study
    Petra Neessen, Marjolein Caniëls, Bart Vos, Jeroen de Jong
  • Incremental Learning from Product Returns Information as a Source of Competitive Advantage
    Ilkka Ritola, Harold Krikke, Marjolein Caniëls

Session 4c CAROU - Center for Actionable Research of the Open University

Chair: Martine Hermans

  • CAROU - Actionable Research at the Brightlands Smart Services Campus
    Martine Hermans
  • Half human, half machine - a field experiment on augmenting service employees with AI
    Alexander Henkel, Stefano Bromuri, Deniz Iren, Visara Urovi
  • Using AI to predict service agent stress from emotion patterns in service interactions
    Stefano Bromuri, Alexander Henkel, Deniz Iren, Visara Urovi

Session 5a Resilience - trustworthy systems and sustainability (part 2)

Chair: Harald Vranken

  • Attribute-based signature (ABS)
    Greg Alpar
  • The electricity consumption of bitcoin mining revisited
    Harald Vranken
  • IRMA: authentic identities for the future
    Fabian van den Broek

Session 5b Spatio-temporal dimensions of resilience in socio-ecological systems (PICO)

Chairs: Dennis Uit de Weerd, Angelique Lansu, Stefan C. Dekker

This session is organized as a mixture of a poster session and an oral session, called PICO presentation (Presenting Interactive Content). The session consists of two parts: it starts with several 2-minute orals in succession. This is followed by side by side presentations on digital screens, like poster sessions. Each author presents a 2-minute oral in the first part of the session; after this part of the session this is followed by an interactive presentation on digital screens.

Panel MST research - current status and future directions

Chair: Petru Curseu

  • Equity and justice in flood risk management
    Stijn Neuteleers
  • Information value as driver for continuous learning and improvement
    Ilkka Ritola
  • Lessons learned on botnet detection at internet service providers: an overview of the Dagobert project
    Harald Vranken
  • Understanding and leveraging the co-evolutionary IS-alignment capability in electronic medical records alignment
    Pien Walraven
  • Computational argumentation analysis and assessment on essays in Dutch for formative feedback generation
    Liqin Zhang