Bi-annual meeting of the International Time Perspective Network
We invite you to a fun, engaging, interactive, cross-disciplinary and frame shifting event. We think that the time has come to reinvent the format of the conferences.
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Our mission is to find a way of bringing research beyond a peer-reviewed paper, creating something more tangible and shortening distance between theory and practice. This and the following challenges will be addressed during the Conference in a number of workshops: Ecological Transition/Citizen and Political Engagement using Time Perspective research.
The event is an opportunity to interact and make new partners across the world (our Network includes 40+ countries at the moment) within the fields of social sciences and experts on: social processes that evolve in time, sustainability, user experience design, human development and ageing, career planning, future technologies and urban planning, cross-cultural communications, psychological therapy, etc.
That’s what we are up for in Copenhagen and we hope you’ll be brave enough to join this journey! We promise loads of inspiration in return!
Co-founder of the International Time Perspective Network, PhD in Psychology, has over 10 years of research experience in exploring the concept of time. Passionate for cross-disciplinary approach, photography and other creative endeavors. In her Creative Time Studio she uses and promotes creativity as a resource. Brings together theories on psychology of time and creativity and develops interventions that fuel the innovative processes and change.
Associate Professor, Director of the Masterprogram in Applied Social Psychology, University of Lyon.His research focuses on psychological time, with two main objectives: 1) exploring how and why Time Perspective contributes in shaping and maintaining social inequalities, how it could be useful to tackle these issues; 2) establishing the impact of social insecurity and socioeconomic precariousness on Time Perspectives, and more widely on our relation to time. More info
Founder & President at Beeyond S.A.S., Doctor of Quantum Physics, founder of Alchimer and AlchiMedics companies. He received the first National Prize of the Contest for Business Initiative from French Ministry of Research in 2001 and the Award for Management of Innovation by the newsmagazine ” L’Expansion ” in 2011.
Sheldon Solomon is professor of social psychology at Skidmore College, NY, USA and has co-developed Terror Management Theory, along with Jeff Greenberg and Tom Pyszczynski to explore how the threat of death, conscious and unconscious, motivates human denial and behavior.More info
PhD in psychology from Yale, psychology professor from 1959 to 2003, past president of the Western and American Psychological Associations
Dr. Patrick van der Duinis assistant professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and associate professor Futures Research & Trendwatching at Fontys Universityof Applied Sciences. He focuses on technology, management of innovation, and futures studies. In particular, he studies how organizations deal with the question about what their activities might be in the future and what kind of methods they apply for developing those. More info.
Celebrating Time is a 3rd International Conference on Time Perspective and Festival about Time organized by International Time Perspective Network.
The overall aim of the event is dedicated to multifaceted exploration of the concept of time. We try to visualize it, we try to listen to it, we try to understand it and we try to feel it. Sometimes it runs too fast and some other times it stands still. What does it mean “to have time” and “not to have time”. What constitutes our individual past, present or future? And what about a collective? These questions are not new, they have been around since people started to distinguish between “before” and “after”. We don’t have a dedicated bodily organ that is responsible for perceiving time, and that’s why it is so difficult to capture. Physicists would claim that there is no time. But somehow it keeps on being present in our daily lives.
We dedicate this event to celebration of the concept of time, be it even a persisting illusion. We would like to invite you on this journey with us – to explore the nature of time, to get inspiration and to inspire in return.
Our exploration will take place in variety of domains:
– how time is present in movies
– what role time plays in a theater play
– how artists conceptualize, visualize or interpret time
– what psychologists have discovered about the subjective time and what physicists have to say about it
– how does time sound in music