People at IHS in alphabetical order:
Dagmar Vorlíček is a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) and a university assistant at the University of Vienna. Between 2018 and 2020, she worked at the IHS as Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellow. Her project SECCON explored security controversies in emerging research and innovation.
Rychnovská, Dagmar (2021) ‘Anticipatory Governance in Biobanking: Security and Risk Management in Digital Health’, Science and Engineering Ethics, 27(3): 1-18.
Evans, Sam W., Matthias Leese and Dagmar Rychnovská (2021), ‘Science, technology, security: Towards critical collaboration’, Social Studies of Science, 51 (2): 189-213.
Rychnovská, Dagmar (2020), ‘Security meets science governance: the EU politics of dual-use research’, in C. Lavallée, R. Csernatoni, A. Calcara (eds), The European Governance of Emerging Security Technologies. London: Routledge.
Rychnovská, Dagmar and Martin Kohút (2018), ‘The battle for truth: mapping the network of information war experts in the Czech Republic’, New Perspectives, 26 (3): 57-87.
Rychnovská, Dagmar, Maya Pasgaard and Trine Villumsen Berling (2017), ‘Science and security expertise: authority, subjectivity, knowledge’, Geoforum, 84: 327-331.
Rychnovská, Dagmar (2017), ‘ Bio(in)security, scientific expertise, and the politics of post-disarmament in the biological weapons regime’, Geoforum, 84: 378-388.
Rychnovská, Dagmar (2016) ‘Governing dual-use knowledge: from the politics of responsible science to the ethicalization of security’, Security Dialogue, 47 (4): 310-328.