Sustainability Science Days 2019

Gritsenko, D. (New classification), D'amato, D. (New classification), Polina Rozenshtein (New classification), Isoaho, K. (Puhuja: puheenjohtaja)

Aktiviteetti: Tapahtumaan osallistumisen ja tapahtuman järjestämisen tyypitKonferensseihin, kursseille ja seminaareihin osallistuminen ja näiden järjestäminen


Organizer of the session: Big data meth­ods: what is the con­tri­bu­tion to Sustainability Science Room M1 M232 This session asks how big data and increasing computing power can help us to address sustainability challenges and enable more informed decision-making. We invite contributions from various disciplines to inquire and discuss the validity, meaning, policy relevance and governance consequences of big data methods in sustainability science. Examples can include big data methods for ecological monitoring and modelling, resource optimization, environmental risk assessment, real-time reporting, assessment of environmental quality indicators, text data mining related to sustainability transitions. The session will combine poster presentation of big data methods application in diverse sustainability science settings and critical discussion on the boundaries of application of big data methods, their limitations and policy implications. Present­a­tions 14:30 - 14:40 Opening by the session organisers 14:40 - 15:00 Invited talk: Different looks at sustainability: from individual behavioral change to urban resilience from satellite imagery. Sanja Šćepanović, Nokia Bell Labs (UK) 15:00 - 15:20 Exploiting Helsinki region open data in fluid dynamics modelling: Support for sustainable urban planning. Mona Kurppa, Sasu Karttunen and Leena Järvi. Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research / Physics, HELSUS, University of Helsinki, Finland 15:20 - 15:40 Bayesian computation in the decoupling of blue economic growth from water resources use and environmental impacts. Olli Malve & Niina Kotamäki. Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) Finland. 15:40 - 16:00 Social Media as a Weathervane for the State of Policy. Arho Toikka. University of Helsinki, Finland. 16:00 - 16:20 Governance of forest information in the age of open data and digitalization. Salla Rantala, Brent Swallow, Riikka Paloniemi, Elina Raitanena. Environmental Policy Centre, the Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, Finland; Department of Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 16:20 - 16:45 Public discussion Com­ment­ator: Hanno Nevanlinna, Futurice Con­ven­ers Karoliina Isoaho (Univ. of Helsinki), karoliina.isoaho(at) Dalia D’Amato (Univ. of Helsinki), dalia.damato(at) Polina Rozenshtein (Aalto University), polina.rozenshtein(at)
Aikajakso9 toukokuuta 2019
Tapahtuman tyyppiKonferenssi
SijaintiHelsinki, Suomi