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CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL DATA Name: Göran Sundqvist born March 3, 1957 in Frustuna, Södermanland County, Sweden Home address: Arsenalsgatan 6A SE Göteborg, Sweden Work address: Section for Science

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CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL DATA Name: Göran Sundqvist born March 3, 1957 in Frustuna, Södermanland County, Sweden Home address: Arsenalsgatan 6A SE Göteborg, Sweden Work address: Section for Science and Technology Studies Box 510 SE Göteborg, Sweden Telephone: Office Residence Mobile phone: EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 1976 Student exam (natural science), Gripenskolan, Nyköping Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg 1983 BA, : Sociology, Philosophy, History of science and ideas 1992 PhD (Sociology): 2002 Docent (Associate Professor, Science and Technology Studies), CURRENT POSITION Senior Lecturer, Section for Science and Technology Studies, ACADEMIC POSITIONS Post graduate fellowship (financed by the Faculty of Social Sciences, , and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, ), Department of Sociology, Göteborg University Assistant Professor, Centre for Science Studies, Director, Centre for Science Studies, Director and Senior Researcher, Section for Science Studies, Senior Lecturer, Section for Science and Technology Studies, Course director (under graduate studies), Section for Science and Technology Studies, Acting professor in Science and Technology Studies, (12 months) OTHER POSITIONS Social scientist at the Swedish National Board for Spent Nuclear Fuel, Stockholm VISITING SCHOLAR 1997 Department of Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA (6 months) SCORE Stockholm Centre for Organizational Research, Stockholm University (3 months) DOCTORATE STUDENTS TUTORED TO PH.D. EXAM 2000 Hans Fogelberg, PhD Dissertation Electrifying Visions: The Technopolitics of Electric Cars in California and Sweden During the 1990s, Section for Science and Technology Studies, Göteborg University, April 14, 2000 (Second Supervisor) Martin Letell, PhD Dissertation Governable Air: Studies on the Science and Politics of Air Pollution in Europe, Section for Science and Technology Studies,, November 10, 2006 (Supervisor). TEACHING EXPERIENCE Frequent experiences (1987 and onwards) from lecturing at under graduate and graduate courses at different departments at and Chalmers University of Technology, foremost at the Department of Sociology, Section for Science Studies, Section for Human Ecology and Section for Science and Technology Studies. Responsible for the following Ph.D. courses: Science Studies, Section for Human Ecology, Göteborg University (1994), Environmental Sciences, /Chalmers University of Technology (1995, with Michael Edén and Maj-Lis Follér), Constructivist technology studies, the Knowledge Foundation and Section for Science and Technology Studies, (2000, with Ingemar Bohlin). Expertise and Politics, Section for Science and Technology Studies, (2002, with Mark Elam), Philosophy of Science and Sociology of Knowledge, Department of Sociology, Göteborg University (2007, together with Freddy W. Castro). Course director (under graduate studies), Section for Science and Technology Studies ( ). Course director (graduate studies), Section for Science and Technology Studies ( ). Tutor of two doctorate students to PhD exam and currently supervising one. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS, RESPONSIBLE FOR ORGANIZING Organizer (together with Rolf Lidskog and Eva Sandstedt) of the Nordic Workshop Sociological Perspectives on Environmental Problems in Modern Society (Örebro, August, 1994) Member of the Organizing Committee and responsible for one of the four workshops of the Nordic Conference Environment and Society (Göteborg, June, 1995) Organizer (together with Johan Hedrén, Linköping University) of Workshop on A New Generation of Environmental Knowledge-Politics Relations, 7 th Nordic Environmental Social Science Research Conference (NESS),, Sweden. (Göteborg, June 15-17, 2005) Organizer (together with Rolf Lidskog, Örebro University, Frank Raes, Ispra, Lars Lindau, Swedish Environmental Agency, Stockholm, Peringe Grennfelt, Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Göteborg) of the International workshop Towards Robust European Air Pollution Policies: Constraints and Prospects for a Wider Dialogue between Scientists, Experts, Decision-Makers and Citizens. Supported by the Swedish ASTA programme (International and National Abatement Strategies for Transboundary Air Pollution) and the EU ACCENT Network of Excellence (Göteborg, October 5-7, 2005) JOURNAL DUTIES Member of the Editorial Board for the Swedish Journal in Science Studies (VEST Tidskrift för vetenskapsstudier) Article referee for the journals Acta Sociologica (2), Science, Technology & Human Values (6), Social Studies of Science (1), Environmental Science & Policy (2), Sociologisk Forskning (3), Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift (1), VEST Tidskrift för vetenskapsstudier (numerous) FACULTY OPPONENT, MEMBER OF PH.D. EXAM COMMITTEE, ASSIGNMENTS AS PROMOTION REVIEWER 1997 Member of the Examining Committee, The Tema Institute Department of Technology and Social Change, Linköping University. The dissertation of Elin Wihlborg, December 15, Member of the Examining Committee, The Tema Institute Department of Technology and Social Change, Linköping University. The dissertation of Mathias Martinsson, December 7, Member of the Examining Committee, Department of Business Administration. The dissertation of Petra Adolfsson, June 10, Faculty Opponent, The Tema Institute Department of Water and Environmental Studies, Linköping University. The dissertation of Malin Mobjörk, October 1, Faculty Opponent, Department of Social Science (sociology), Karlstad University. The dissertation of Stefan Karlsson, May 20, Faculty Opponent, Linköping University, The Tema Institute Department of Technology and Social Change. The dissertation of Robert Hrelja, I hettan från ångpannan. Vetenskap och politik i konflikter om tekniska anläggningar, October 13, Faculty Opponent,, Department of History of Ideas and Theory of Science and Research. The dissertation (licentitate) of Gunilla Priebe, The Multilaterial Initiative on Malaria. Malariaforskningens cirkulatoriska system, June 14, Promotion Reviewer, Senior lecturer in technology and social change, Linköping University Promotion Reviewer: Member of the Social Science Faculty s review committee on applicants to 4 post doc-positions,. INVITED KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES The World at the Turn of the Century: The Role of Science in the Process of Global Change, Gothenburg (November 18-19, 1994) Environment and Society, Tampere, Finland (October 5-6, 1995) The Responsibility of Science in Attaining Sustainable Development, Uppsala, Sweden (April 18-20, 1996) Bridging the Gap: Sustainability research and sectorial integration. Conference organised by the Swedish Government as one of the official events during the Swedish EU presidency, Stockholm, Sweden (May 9-11, 2001) Science in Society Forum Session on Science, Technology and Democracy. European Commission, Brussels (March 9-11, 2005) AWARD LECTURE The Katrin Fridjonsdottir Lecture 1998, The Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences (SCASSS), Uppsala University (May 29, 1998) COMMITTEE WORK Member of the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate s Reference Group for Research on Information and Risk Communication Member of the Advisory Research Council, Swedish Radiation Protection Authority Member of the Formas (the Swedish Research Council on Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning) Expert Panel on Economy, Society and Regional Development, chairman, Member of the Advisory Scientific Committee, Swedish Rescue Services Agency COMMISSIONS OF TRUST Member of the Advisory Board, Centre for Science Studies (Section of Science Studies), Director, Centre for Science Studies, Director, Section for Science Studies, Member of the Board, Centre for Economic and Social Science Research on the Environment (CESAM), /Chalmers University of Technology s Local Coordinator for the Erasmus/Socrates-network NECSTS (Network of European Centres in Science and Technology Studies) (13 European Centres) Member of the Board, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Human Condition, Course Director of Undergraduate Studies, Section for Science and Technology Studies, Member of the Board, Department of Sociology, Course Director of Graduate Studies, Section for Science and Technology Studies, Göteborg University ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS 1. Mediating Environmental Hazards and Inventing Environmental Politics: The Creation of Public Involvement in Nuclear Waste Management and the Improvement of Urban Air Quality. Funding Agency: The Swedish Research Council Formas Project leader: Göran Sundqvist, Section for Science and Technology Studies, Other participant: Mark Elam, Department of Sociology, Size of grant : SEK The project aims to study Swedish environmental politics in action. On the basis of two detailed case studies of (1) the siting of a final repository for spent nuclear fuel and (2) local initiatives designed to improve air quality in Göteborg, it is studied how different publics become actively engaged and involved in what remain highly complex and technical issues of environmental concern. While Ulrich Beck in his influential vision of reflexive modernity depicts environmental science readily translating in environmental politics, it is concentrated in this project on the formation of political identities in relation to environmental issues as itself a worthy object for close and detailed empirical analysis. In this connection the focus is on the role played by mediators, who shape environmental politics through their abilities to translate environmental diagnoses into matters of immediate practical concern for individual and collective actors in society. By highlighting the role of mediators, and producing further insights into the work of mediation, the ambition is to contribute to an improved understanding of how effective interventions in environmental governance can be enacted in future. 2. Argona Arenas for Risk Governance Funding Agency: European Commission, 6th Framework on research, technological development and demonstration, specific targeted research or innovation programme, Web site: Program coordinator: Josefin Päiviö Jonsson, Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate, Stockholm Program manager: Kjell Andersson, Karita Research, Stockholm Work-package leader WP 3: Göran Sundqvist, Science and Technology Studies, Other participants WP 3: Mark Elam,, Linda Soneryd, Stockholm University, Bronislaw Szerszynski and Larry Reynolds, Lancaster University Funding: EUR Size of grant, : EUR The point of departure for the ARGONA project is that participation and transparency are key elements of effective risk governance. The acronym ARGONA stands for Arenas for Risk Governance and the project investigates how approaches of transparency and deliberation relate to each other and also how they relate to the political system in which decisions, for example on the final disposal of nuclear waste, are ultimately taken. The project then turns to study the role played by mediators, who facilitate public engagement with nuclear waste management issues, and the conduct of the conduct of public consultations. By the latter is meant the communication of models used for deliberation and transparency. Furthermore, the project investigates how good risk communication can be organized taking cultural aspects and different arenas into account. In a central part of the project major efforts are made to test and apply approaches to transparency and participation by making explicit what it would mean to use the RISCOM model and other approaches within different cultural and organizational settings. Finally, the ARGONA partners develop guidelines for the application of novel approaches that will enhance real progress in nuclear waste management programmes. COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS 1. Aktörerna i miljökrisens diskurs. Funding Agency: Swedish National Environment Protection Agency. Project leader: Thomas Brante, Department of Sociology,. Other participant: Göran Sundqvist. Project time: External funded post doc position. Funding agencies: Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI) and Swedish Radiation Protection Authority (SSI). Project leader: Göran Sundqvist. Project time: Riskdiskurser kring kärnavfall, radon och bildskärmar. Funding agencies: Swedish Council for planning and coordination of research (FRN), Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI), Swedish Radiation Protection Authority (SSI). Project leader: Göran Sundqvist. Project time: Participant in EU Thematic Research Network Science, Technology and Governance in Europe (STAGE). Project leader: Peter Healey, University of Oxford. Funding agency: European Commission, 5. Beslutsfattande på lokal nivå inför lokalisering av ett geologiskt slutförvar för använt kärnbränsle. Funding agencies: Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI) and Swedish Radiation Protection Authority (SSI). Project leader: Göran Sundqvist. Other participant: Hanna Sofia Johansson, Ph.D. candidate, Section for science and technology studies. Project time: Size of grant: SEK ASTA International and National Abatement Strategies for Transboundary Air Pollution Funding agencies: MISTRA Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Stockholm; Elforsk, Stockholm; National Board of Forestry, Jönköping; Swedish Energy Agency, Eskilstuna; Ministry of Environment, Stockholm. Web site: Programme Director: Peringe Grennfelt, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Göteborg. Sub programme leader: Göran Sundqvist,. Other participants in subprogramme: Rolf Lidskog, Örebro University and Martin Letell,. Project time: Size of grant social science sub-programme : SEK CARL: An International Research Project on Stakeholder Involvement in Nuclear Waste Management Swedish project leader: Göran Sundqvist, Science and Technology Studies, Göteborg University. Other participant: Mark Elam, Department of Sociology,. Swedish participation funded by Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co. (SKB), Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI), Swedish Radiation Protection Authority (SSI), Oskarshamns kommun and Östhammars kommun. Web site: Project time: Size of Swedish research grant : SEK
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