CTS TU-Berlin German Centre of the International Theatre Institute D:4 BaSE | Büro für angewandte Statistik und Evaluationsforschung Philosophical Faculty University of Greifswald Surveillance and Society

The New Surveillance

Centre for Technology and Society of the Technical University Berlin. 30th November and 1st December 2006

Thursday, Nov 30th 2006
Time Moderation Person Theme
08:30 Ola, Tanja Room H1036: Registration
09:00 Leon Room H1035: The Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information
Michael Peter Schaar, The Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information
09:30 Eric Room H1035: Block 1

Leon Hempel, Berlin Technical University, GER

Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta, CA


Assessing the Surveillance Assemblage

The Process and Politics of Evaluating Surveillance, or Methodology as a Knife Fight

10:45 Coffee
11:00 Michael Room H1035: Artistic Intervention

Anke Hagemann, Berlin Technical University, GER

Michelle Teran, Artist, CA


Methods of Observation and Access Control in Football Stadia – A Spatial Analysis of the Olympiastadion Berlin

Surveillance, Situatedness and Public Performance

12:30 Lunch
13:30 Ola Parallel Blocks 2 and 3

Room H1035: CCTV and Evaluation

Sander Flight, Department of Crime Prevention Amsterdam, NL

Manfred Bornewasser, University of Greifswald, GER


What the public knows or doesn't know about CCTV

Evaluation of CCTV – Mechanisms and Outcomes

Leon Room H1036: Chips and Algorithms

Gerrit Hornung, University of Kassel, GER

Lucas Introna, Lancaster University Management School, UK


Possibilities and Restraints of the Legal Assessment of New Surveillance Technologies

What Surveillance Does: Exploring the ethics and politics of algorithmic surveillance systems

14:45 Coffee
15:15 Leon Room H1035: Block 4

Martin Gill, University of Leicester, UK

Clive Norris, University of Sheffield, UK


Empirical Evaluation of Different Surveillance Technologies

What is left out in Evaluation Research

16:30 Coffee
16:45   Room H3005: Artistic Intervention

Isabelle Schad, Artist, GER



Friday, Dec 1st 2006
Time Moderation Person Theme
09:15 Leon Room H1035: Block 1

Didier Bigo, Insititut d'etudes politiques de Paris, FR


Security, exception, ban and surveillance

09:45 Coffee
10:00 Michael Room H1035: Block 2

Thomas Mathiesen, University of Oslo, NO

Elia Zureik, Queens University, CA


Global Control Systems

The Internet in Conflict Zones: The Case of Palestine

11:15 Coffee
11:30 Leon Room H3005: Artistic Intervention

Florian Malzacher/Gesa Ziemer, Steirischer Herbst, AU


Control, Collaboration and Open Source

12:30 Lunch
13:30 Eric Room H1035: Block 3

Andrew Newton, University of Huddersfield, UK

Heidi Mork Lomell, University of Oslo, NO

Nils Zurawski, University of Hamburg, GER


Utilising GIS and crime analysis to evaluate the impact of new surveillance technologies: Methodological and research challenges

Explaining different video surveillance practices

What can maps tell us? Surveillance research and mapping methodologies

15:00 Coffee
15:30 Leon Room H1035: Block 4

Charles D. Raab, University of Edinburgh, UK

Jill Magid, Artist, New York


Researching the Regulation of Surveillance

16:45 Coffee
17:00   Ann Rudinow Saetnan, University of Trondheim, NO How to analyse surveillance technologies. A Summary
19:30 Conference Dinner