Neelke Doorn
Neelke Doorn
Professor Ethics of Water Engineering, Delft University of Technology
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Value capture and value creation: The role of information technology in business models for frugal innovations in Africa
R Howell, C van Beers, N Doorn
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 131, 227-239, 2018
The problem of many hands: Climate change as an example
IR van de Poel, JN Fahlquist, N Doorn, S Zwart, L Royakkers
Science and engineering ethics 18 (1), 49-67, 2012
A multidisciplinary definition and evaluation of resilience: The role of social justice in defining resilience
N Doorn, P Gardoni, C Murphy
Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure 4 (3), 112-123, 2019
Resilience indicators: Opportunities for including distributive justice concerns in disaster management
N Doorn
Journal of Risk Research 20 (6), 711-731, 2017
Failure mechanisms for flood defence structures
WEA Allsop, A Kortenhaus, M Morris, N Doorn, F Buijs, R Hassan, ...
FLOODsite, 2007
Responsible innovation, Volume 1: Innovative solutions for global issues
MJ Van den Hoven, N Doorn, T Swierstra, BJ Koops, H Romijn
Dordrecht: Springer, 2014
Energy justice and smart grid systems: evidence from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
C Milchram, R Hillerbrand, G van de Kaa, N Doorn, R KŁnneke
Applied Energy 229, 1244-1259, 2018
Artificial intelligence in the water domain: Opportunities for responsible use
N Doorn
Science of the Total Environment 755, 142561, 2021
Should probabilistic design replace safety factors?
N Doorn, SO Hansson
Philosophy and Technology 24 (2), 151-168, 2011
Using and developing role plays in teaching aimed at preparing for social responsibility
N Doorn, JO Kroesen
Science and engineering ethics 19, 1513-1527, 2013
Responsibility ascriptions in technology development and engineering: Three perspectives
N Doorn
Science and Engineering Ethics 18, 69-90, 2012
Moral values as factors for social acceptance of smart grid technologies
C Milchram, G Van de Kaa, N Doorn, R KŁnneke
Sustainability 10 (8), 2703, 2018
Bridging the legitimacy gap—translating theory into practical signposts for legitimate flood risk governance
M Alexander, N Doorn, S Priest
Regional Environmental Change 18, 397-408, 2018
Measuring social resilience: Trade-offs, challenges and opportunities for indicator models in transforming societies
S Copeland, T Comes, S Bach, M Nagenborg, Y Schulte, N Doorn
International journal of disaster risk reduction 51, 101799, 2020
Diffraction in a spectral wave model
N Booij, LH Holthuijsen, N Doorn, A Kieftenburg
Third International Symposium on Ocean Wave Measurements and Analysis, WAVES†…, 1997
Editors’ overview: moral responsibility in technology and engineering
N Doorn, IR van de Poel
Science and engineering ethics 18 (1), 1-11, 2012
Exploring responsibility rationales in Research and Development (R&D)
N Doorn
Science, Technology & Human Values 37 (3), 180-209, 2012
A comprehensive appraisal of responsible research and innovation: From roots to leaves
M Wiarda, G van de Kaa, E Yaghmaei, N Doorn
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 172, 121053, 2021
Designing for justice in electricity systems: A comparison of smart grid experiments in the Netherlands
C Milchram, R KŁnneke, N Doorn, G van de Kaa, R Hillerbrand
Energy Policy 147, 111720, 2020
Applying Rawlsian approaches to resolve ethical issues: inventory and setting of a research agenda
N Doorn
Journal of Business Ethics 91, 127-143, 2010
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