Dr. Taylor Stone

Taylor Stone
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Universität Bonn

Institut für Wissenschaft und Ethik
Bonner Talweg 57
53113 Bonn
 
taylor.stone@uni-bonn.de

(Dezember 2021)

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • ethics of technology

  • philosophy of the city

  • environmental ethics

  • urban lighting

Akademische Anstellungen

  • 2021-Present: Researcher, Institute of Science and Ethics, University of Bonn

  • 2019-21: Postdoc & Lecturer, Department of Values, Technology and Innovation, Delft University of Technology

  • 2018-19: Postdoc, Department of Industrial Design, Delft University of Technology

  • 2014-18: PhD Candidate, Department of Values, Technology and Innovation, Delft University of Technology

Abschlüsse und Zertifikate

  • 2021: University Teaching Qualification (UTQ), 4TU.Federation

  • 2019: PhD in Ethics of Technology, Delft University of Technology

  • 2011: Master in Environmental Studies, York University

  • 2008: Honours Bachelor of Arts (with Distinction), University of Toronto

Auszeichnungen (Auswahl)

  • 2020: Best Short Paper Award, European Society for Engineering Education (with L. Marin, J. van Grunsven)

  • 2019: Award for Research, Professional Lighting Design Recognition Award

  • 2017: Graduate Student Paper Award, The Society for Philosophy and Technology

Publikationen

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Dissertation

Recent Talks (Selected)

  • Find Values in the Dark. International Dark-Sky Association Global Conference, 2021.

  • The Value of Darkness. Guest lecture at Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft, 2021.

  • Designing for Darkness. Guest lecture at School of Architecture, KTH Stockholm, 2021.

  • Panellist: Rethinking Darkness. Royal Geography Society, 2021.

  • The Value of Darkness. Webinar ‘Erlebe die Finsternis’ (Wadden Sea Trilateral Forum), 2021.

  • Dark Acupuncture: A Design Strategy for Responsible Urban Park Lighting. International Conference on Artificial Light at Night, 2021

  • Education’s Imaginaries: The Role of Anticipation in Engineering Ethics Education. The Society for Philosophy and Technology, 2021. (With L. Marin & J. van Grunsven)

  • Before Responsible Innovation: Teaching Anticipation as an Intellectual Virtue for Engineers. SEFI 2020, 2020.  (With L. Marin & J. van Grunsven)

  • Designing for Darkness. Highlight Festival, 2020.

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