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Paper published The Conversation: Science’s credibility crisis: why it will get worse before it can get better, The Conversation, November 9, 2017.
Paper published in Epidemiologia e Prevenzione (in Italian): Statistiche al tempo della crisi, Epidemiol Prev 2017; 41 (3-4): 165-169.
Lecture Ethics of quantification,
Quantitative tools for responsible quantification, Course: "Theory of Science and Ethics"
for the PhD students from the Faculty of Science and Mathematics of Bergen University, September 13, 2017.
Paper published in Food Ethics: Problematic Quantifications: a Critical Appraisal of Scenario Making for a Global ‘Sustainable’ Food Production, by Saltelli A Piano S, Food Ethics, 2017 pp: 1-7, DOI 10.1007/s41055-017-0020-6.
New chapter published in a Handbook: William Becker , Paolo Paruolo, Michaela Saisana, Andrea Saltelli, Weights and Importance in Composite Indicators: Mind the Gap, in Handbook of Uncertainty Quantification, Editors: Roger Ghanem, David Higdon, Houman Owhadi, ISBN: 978-3-319-12384-4 (Print) 978-3-319-12385-1, pp 1187-1216.
on Research Gate.
Cost Action for Sensitivity Auditing Rejected
New handbook entry: William Becker , Paolo Paruolo, Michaela Saisana, Andrea Saltelli, Weights and Importance in Composite Indicators: Mind the Gap Handbook of Uncertainty Quantification, pp 1187-1216
Interview with the Social Observary of La Caixa: «Science was never intended to be in the market, but today it’s a commodity», also in Castillian and Catalan.
Presentation: Mashup or social discovery? Composite indicators in the fray, Workshop Monitoring Convergence in the European Union Experts’ workshop, Eurofound, 13 – 14 June 2017
Philip Stark (U. Berkeley), Andrea Saltelli, Jeroen van der Sluijs (U. Bergen) and Leif Rune Hellevik (U. Trondheim) have been awarded by the Peder Sather Center for Advanced Study of Berkeley a Peder Sather Grant in the amount of $25,000 for a project named “Mainstreaming Sensitivity Analysis And Uncertainty Auditing.”
New piece published on The Conversation: International PISA tests show how evidence-based policy can go wrong, The Conversation, June 12, 2017
Andrea Saltelli and Silvio Funtowicz, 2017, What is science's crisis really about, Futures, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2017.05.010
Seminar at ICTA: What is post-normal science and why do we need it today? with Silvio Funtowicz and Andrea Saltelli. Room: Z/023, Time: 11:30
Workshop at the Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Lyngby Campus, Chemical Engineering: Sensitivity Analysis and Beyond, Time 10:00-14:30
Seminar at Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Lyngby Campus, Chemical Engineering: Is there really a crisis in science? , Time 14:00-15:00
New piece published on The Conversation: Forcing consensus is bad for science and society>
Interview (in Norwegian) published on Forskerforum; title 'Resists against idealizing research'">
Course at the Joint Research Centre of Ispra: ‘Sensitivity analysis, sensitivity auditing and beyond’.
Course in Bergen: Numbers for policy: Practical problems in quantification'.
New piece published on The Conversation: Scientists’ march on Washington is a bad idea – here’s why, The Conversation, March 8, 2017 7.54am GMT
New paper published: Luisa Araújo, Andrea Saltelli, Sylke V. Schnepf, 2017, Do PISA data justify PISA-based education policy?, International Journal of Comparative Education and Development.
New paper published: Ângela Guimarães Pereiraa, Andrea Saltelli, 2017, Post-normal Institutional Identities: Quality Assurance, Reflexivity and Ethos of Care? Futures, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2016.11.009
New paper published: Andrea Saltelli, Mario Giampietro, 2017, What is wrong with evidence based policy, and how can it be improved? Futures, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.futures.2016.11.012.
Course in UIB Bellaterra Campus, Barcelona: ‘Sensitivity analysis, sensitivity auditing and beyond’.
Published on The Conversation: A. Saltelli, Silvio Funtowicz: To tackle the post-truth world, science must reform itself ....
... and republished on the Huffington Post.
Keynote lecture: Knowledge challenges at the science-policy interface, European Environmental Agency, Copenhagen, Management Board Seminar, December 6, 2016
Cost Action for Sensitivity Auditing Submitted
Piece published on SIGNIFICANCE: 'Young Statistician, You shall live adventurous times', The Royal Statistical Society magazine SIGNIFICANCE
November 30th - December 3rd
Keynote lecture: Present challenges in sensitivity analysis, by Andrea Saltelli, SAMO 2016, La Reunion (FR).
Piece published on The Conversation:
Andrea Saltelli, Silvio Funtowicz, Science wars in the age of Donald Trump, November 2016 The Conversation.
Appointed Professor 2 at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT)
Piece published on The Conversation:
Andrea Saltelli, Science in crisis: from the sugar scam to Brexit, our faith in experts is fading, September 27, 2016 The Conversation.
August 14: Just started using Kudos:
Piece published on The Guardian,
Andrea Saltelli and Silvio Funtowicz, “Science cannot solve these problems alone because it helped to create them in the first place”.
Extended version of the piece
Letter published on New Scientist,
Andrea Saltelli, Jerome R. Ravetz and Silvio Funtowicz, A new community for science, NEW SCIENTIST, issue 3079, p. 53, 22 June 2016.
New article on the ecological footprint published: Alessandro Galli , Mario Giampietro , Steve Goldfinger , Elias Lazarus , David Lin , Andrea Saltelli , Matthis Wackernagel , Felix Müller, 2016, Questioning the ecological footprint , Ecological Indicators, 69, 224–232.
A letter published in Nature: Saltelli, A., Funtowicz, S., Giampietro, M., Sarewitz, D., Stark, P.B., van der Sluijs, J.P., 2016, Climate costing is politics not science, Nature, 14 April, 532, 177.
A new post on the book 'Science on the Verge' on the blog of the International Social Science Council in Paris.
An interview for Wiley's Statistics View,
analysis, sensitivity auditing, science for policy, impact assessment