Since her graduation project ‘design moves’ in 2001-2002 at the Delft University of Technology, Sietske Klooster’s design/research methods and practise centers around “embodied design”. .
Sietske started using this method to design novel interactive products and systems, gradually moving over the years towards social interactions, with inherent value development.
Since 2010 her attention has turned to her current specialisation: transforming agrofood systems, mobilising stakeholders & developing meaningful technology around the value of natural diversity in food.
Day 1 of Thingscon 2019 we will shape the future narratives of the responsible IoT and beyond together. You can dive deep with peers, thought leaders, innovators, and researchers from the ThingsCon community and beyond:
Day 2 of Thingscon 2019 is about the current state of the responsible IoT. You can get inspiration from thought leaders and practitioners from the field, get hands-on with the latest tools & insights and be part of the leading discours.To end Thingscon will present a State of the Responsible IoT in 2019: