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  • Prof.dr. Sabine Roeser Curriculum Vitae October 2020 1. Personal information Date of birth: 21 September 1970 (Haan, Germany) Nationality: Dutch Work address: Prof.dr. Sabine Roeser Ethics and Philosophy of Technology Section Department of Values, Technology, and Innovation Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management Delft University of Technology Jaffalaan 5 2628 BX Delft The Netherlands T: +31-15-2788779 F: +31-15-2786439 E: S.Roeser@tudelft.nl www.tbm.tudelft.nl/sroeser 2. Work Experience Academic positions Since 4-2012 Professor of Ethics at the Philosophy Department, Faculty of

    Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft); full-time, permanent position (distinguished Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Chair)

    9-2010 through 8-2013 Professor of Political Philosophy and Ethics, Philosophy Department, Twente University (Socrates Chair), 0.2 fte, 3 years, in combination

    with position at Delft 4-2010 through 3-212 Associate Professor at the Philosophy Department, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft); full-time, permanent position 9-2001 through 3-2010 Assistant Professor at the Philosophy Department, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft); full-time, permanent position 9-2001 through 9-2002 Researcher at the Philosophy Department, Free University Amsterdam (VU) (part-time) 1-1998 through 8-2001 PhD-research assistant (AiO) at the Philosophy Department, Free University Amsterdam Personal research fellowships

    • July 1st 2010 through June 30th 2015: head of the NWO-VIDI-research project Moral Emotions and Risk Politics. It involved 5 years of research for myself, a postdoc and a PhD- student.

    • September 2009 through June 2010: NIAS-fellow, at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Wassenaar (part of KNAW, the Royal Dutch Academy of the Sciences). Project: ‘Moral Emotions in the Design Process of Risky Technologies’.

  • • April 1st 2005 through July 21st 2009: NWO-VENI-research project Emotions and Technological Risks: Emotions as a Normative Guide in Judging the Moral Acceptability of Technological Risks.

    Management

    • Since March 2015: head of Ethics and Philosophy of Technology Section (ca. 30 senior members of staff plus ca 25 PhD students and postdocs, plus numerous visiting researchers), TU Delft Highlight: under my leadership, we have significantly expanded our teaching at TU Delft, also resulting in multiple hires of talented young scholars for our Section.

    • Since March 2015 and October 2011-August 2012: member management team department Values and Technology (ca 90 members of staff, covering the following areas: philosophy, safety science, sustainability, economics), Faculty of TPM, TU Delft

    • September 2009 through November 2012: managing director of the 3TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology, in 2013 member management team, since 2014 member Task Force Risk, Safety, and Security, since March 2015 member management team (now called 4TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology)

    • 2011-2012: co-leader research program Risk and Trust, Faculty of TPM, TU Delft. • 2013: member research management team Faculty of TPM, TU Delft.

    Member / chair of academic boards

    • 2019-2029: One of 6 PIs and vice-program leader of the multi-university NWO-Gravitation Project ‘The Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies’ (17.9 Million Euros, plus 9 Million Euros co-funding from participating universities)

    • Since Fall 2018: Integrity Officer and Chairperson Integrity Board of TU Delft • Fall 2018-Fall 2019 of a committee that designed a new integrity policy for TU Delft • Spring 2018: Chairperson of a committee that designed a new integrity policy for TU Delft • Since Spring 2018: member of the tenure review committee of the Faculty of TPM, since

    Spring 2019 chairperson • October 2014-October 2019: Chairperson of Human Research Ethics Committee of TU

    Delft • November 2014-September 2018: Chairperson committee on TU Delft integrity policy • 2012-2013: involved in the implementation and presentation of a new Code of Ethics at

    TU Delft; discussion leader at various meetings with staff of TU Delft. • Spring 2013-Summer 2016: member of the board of DEWIS (Delft women in science):

    network of female scholars at TU Delft; we advise the board of the university on diversity and organize events

    • Spring 2012-Spring 2013: member of the Young Academy at Twente University (thinktank bringing together the ca 20 most distinguished young researchers of Twente University, appointed by the board of the university)

    Member of policy advisory boards • 2018-: member of working group ‘ethics and digitization’ of ECP, ‘Platform voor de

    informatiesamenleving’, a Dutch platform bringing together private and public stakeholders concerning the ‘information society’

    • 2018: member of The FutureSocietyNL, a newly established think tank, bringing together Dutch leaders in technology development and critical reflection on these developments

    • 2009-2017: member of the COGEM (‘commissie genetische modificatie’, subcommittee ethical and social aspects), a committee that advises the Dutch government about genetic modification.

    • 2011-2018: member of the advisory board of the COVRA/OPERA (Dutch research institute for nuclear waste disposal)

  • • Fall 2011-Spring 2012: member of advisory group on new risks for the Dutch ministry of infrastructure and environment (IenM)

    • Since July 2013-December 2015: chairperson scientific board PRIMO Netherlands (public risk management organization)

    International visits April 2014 Short visit to UC Berkeley, USA, for various lectures; invitation by Bill Kastenberg (nuclear engineering). February 2007 Short visit to the Philosophy Department of Georgetown University; invitation by Margaret Little. Fall Term 2000 Visiting graduate student (British Chevening Scholar) at the Philosophy Department of the University of Reading, England. Supervisor: Jonathan Dancy. Spring Term 1999 Visiting graduate student at the Philosophy Department of the University of Notre Dame, USA 3. Areas of Specialization and Competence AOS: Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Emotions, Ethics of Risk, Political Philosophy AOC: Epistemology, Aesthetics, Logic 4. Education 12-2002 PhD, Philosophy, Free University Amsterdam (VU): Ethical Intuitions and

    Emotions: A Philosophical Study Main supervisor: René van Woudenberg; external examinator: Jonathan Dancy 1-1998 MA, Political Science, University of Amsterdam (UvA) 9-1997 MA, Cum Laude, Philosophy, University of Amsterdam (UvA) 6-1994 BA, Painting, Academy of Fine Arts, Maastricht 6-1990 ‘Abitur’ (high school degree), Burgau Gymnasium Düren (Germany) 5. Publications Books Monograph: 1) Sabine Roeser (2018), Risk, Technology, and Moral Emotions, Routledge Book symposium in Science and Engineering Ethics (2020), with contributions by Madeleine Hayenhjelm, Sven Nyholm and Steffen Steinert, edited by Colleen Murphy and Neelke Doorn

    2) Sabine Roeser (2011), Moral Emotions and Intuitions, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Book reviews by Peter Goldie in Philosophical Quarterly and by Elizabeth Tropman in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Korean translation forthcoming.

    Edited books: 1) Behnam Taebi and Sabine Roeser (eds.) (2015), The Ethics of Nuclear Energy, Cambridge:

    Cambridge University Press 2) Sabine Roeser and Cain Todd (eds.) (2014), Emotion and Value, Oxford University Press

    Book reviews by Jeffrey Seidman in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews and by Lisa Leininger in Philosophical Quarterly

    3) Sabine Roeser, Rafaela Hillerbrand, Martin Peterson and Per Sandin (eds.) (2013), Essentials of Risk Theory, Springer (short paperback version of Handbook of Risk Theory)

    4) Sabine Roeser (editor-in-chief), Rafaela Hillerbrand, Martin Peterson and Per Sandin (eds.) (2012), Handbook of Risk Theory: Epistemology, Decision Theory, Ethics, and Social Implications of Risk, Springer (2 volumes, 1188pp)

  • Book review by Neelke Doorn in Science and Engineering Ethics 5) Sabine Roeser (ed.) (2010), Emotions and Risky Technologies, Springer

    Book review by Heleen Pott in Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte 6) Sabine Roeser (ed.) (2010), Reid on Ethics, Series Philosophers in Depth, Basingstoke:

    Palgrave Macmillan Book review by Peter Baumann in Philosophical Quarterly

    7) Asveld, Lotte, and Sabine Roeser (eds.) (2009), The Ethics of Technological Risk, London: Earthscan / Routledge (paperback edition in 2014) Book reviews by Tessa Fox and Marjolein van Asselt in Journal of Risk Research and by Neelke Doorn in Science and Engineering Ethics

    8) René van Woudenberg, Sabine Roeser and Ron Rood (eds.) (2005), Basic Belief and Basic Knowledge: Papers in Epistemology, Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag

    Editorship of special issues of journals

    1) Sabine Roeser (ed.) (2017) ‘Climate Ethics: Uncertainty, Fairness and Responsibility’ special issue of Science and Engineering Ethics