Dr. Nona Schulte-Römer
Chemicals in the environment:
- The transformation towards a 'sustainable chemistry'.
- Micropollutants in aquatic systems and medial discourse.
Light in the city:
- Workshop 'Tackling toxic ignorance. Generating evidence about chemicals and their effects by other means.' (Januar 2019)
E-book 'Light Pollution - A Global Discussion' (Dec. 2018, for free download)
- Workshop 'Sustainable Chemistry meets environmental research' December 2017.
Workshop 'Sustainable Chemistry meets environmental research' (Dezember 2017)Workshop 'Can you feel the energy. The 'Sensory Governance of energy technologies and systems'. March 2017, UFZ Energy Days. Workshop documentation
- 'Light Pollution - A Global Discussion' (transdisciplinary study with Etta Dannemann and Josiane Meier).
- 'Innovative city lights' (dissertation project): Completed with the thesis 'Innovating in Public. The introduction of LED lighting in Berlin and Lyon', Technical University Berlin.
- "The co-evolution of economy and art" (collaboration). Research project by Prof. Dr. Michael Hutter, director of the WZB research programme "Cultural sources of Newness".
- "Showcases of the new": Exploratory research on light-technological innovation in trade fairs and festivals.
Extraordinary LED installations: events for user-innovation interaction. In: Industry and innovation. Published online 11 July 2017, 1-29.
Innovating in public. The introduction of LED lighting in Berlin and Lyon. Dissertation. Technical University Berlin (2015), digital repository DepositOnce.
Dimming it down. Co-Author Andreas Hänel. Urban lighting, light pollution and society. In: Josiane Meier; Ute Hasenöhrl; Katharina Krause; Merle Pottharst (Eds.). New York, NY; London: Routledge (2015), 101-104.
The Case of Berlin Gas Street Lighting. Translating Engagement into Innovation. In: Hubert Knoblauch; Mark Jacobs; René Tuma (Eds.): Culture, Communication, and Creativity. Reframing the Relations of Media, Knowledge, and Innovation in Society. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang (2014), 303-324.
How Lighting Designers See. Creating and Crossing Professional Boundaries". In: Joachim Ritter (Ed.). Convention Proceedings. PLDC 4th Global Lighting Design Convention. Gütersloh: VIA-Verlag (2013), 44-47.
Fair Framings. Arts and Culture Festivals as Sites for Technical Innovation. In: Mind & Society - Cognitive Studies in Economics and Social Sciences, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2013), Special Issue on "Cultural and Cognitive Dimensions of Innovation". Petra Ahrweiler; Riccardo Viale (Eds.), 151-165.
Public controversy over public lighting - a unique opportunity to study light in space. In: T. Edensor and S. Millington (Eds.): Blog MMU Light Research (2013-04-22).
Digitalizing urban lighting. Technological Change Raises Political Issues by Transforming City Spaces. In: People, Patterns, Power. WZB Report, No. 1 (2013), 28-30.
Enlightened cities. Illuminations for urban regeneration. In: Understanding the Post-Industrial City. F. Eckardt and S. Morgado (Eds.). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann (2011), 128-165.
Light for remaking cities. Trends and reflections on urban design. In: Joachim Ritter (Ed.). Proceedings PLDC 3rd Global Lighting Design Convention, Madrid: VIA-Verlag (2011), 60-63.