【活动预告】复旦-奥斯陆中心 | Climate, Health and the Imaginations of Human Futures

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复旦大学智库周系列活动

CLIMATE, HEALTH ANDTHE IMAGINATIONSOF HUMAN FUTURES

Agenda of the Opening Seminar of Fudan-European Centre for China Studies(FECCS) at University of Oslo (UiO)

May 18th, 2021 (Tuesday)

Hosts:

University of Oslo

Fudan University

Organizers:

Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, UiO

Fudan Development Institute, Fudan University


About FECCS:

The Fudan-EuropeanCentre for China Studies (FECCS) serves as a bridge and platform for thepromotion of academic collaboration between China and Europe, more specificallybetween Fudan University (FU) and Universities in Europe. Based at theUniversity of Oslo (UiO), the Centre facilitates new and existing jointresearch projects involving scholars at FU and UiO, and use existing universitynetworks at both universities, mainly in Asia and Europe, to further strengthenChinaEurope collaborations with a focus on research, research-basedcommunication in society, and post-graduate student exchange.


Part 1 Forum Agenda:

Time: 9:00-12:15 a.m. (CET)/15:00-18:15 p.m.(Beijing Time), May 18th, 2021

Venue at Fudan: Think Tank Building

Zoom link 1 (wholeevent, Session I andIII):https://uio.zoom.us/j/65687362678?pwd=cWREWlh0b0NhdmF2eUJHeWZEME5KUT09

Meeting ID: 656 8736 2678

Passcode: 996422

Zoom link 2(Session II):

https://uio.zoom.us/j/68605240952?pwd=VURLTGVHOEtuUmlHVWhiZWkzaXJRZz09

Meeting ID: 686 0524 0952

Passcode: 511092

09:00-09:10 (CET) /15:00-15:10 (Beijing Time) 

Opening Remarks

Chair: 

Chen Zhimin

Vice President of Fudan University

Speakers:

Svein Stølen

Rector, University of Oslo

Xu Ningsheng

President, Fudan University

 

09:10-10:35 (CET)/15:10-16:35(Beijing Time)

Session I: ClimateChange and Sustainability

                     

10:35-10:45 (CET)/16:35-16:45(Beijing Time)

Coffee Break

 

10:45-12:05 (CET)/16:45-18:05(Beijing Time)

Session II:Understanding Brain Disorders

Session III:Fiction and the Future

 

12:05-12:15 (CET) /18:05-18:15(Beijing Time)

Wrap up

Co-Chairs: 

Rune Svarverud

Director, FECCS

Liu Chunrong

Executive Vice Director, FECCS

 

• Speeches by representatives of eachsession (2 mins/each) 

• Wrap up by Mette Halskov Hansen (ViceRector, University of Oslo)


Session I: Climate Change andSustainability

Time: 09:00-10:35 (CET)/15:10-16:35(Beijing Time)

Climate change has been recognized as anincreasingly serious threat at the global level, together with concerns aboutenvironmental issues (e.g. air pollution) at the regional and local levelparticularly in cities. Energy systems and energy use play a significant rolein producing both carbon emission and air pollutants, thus linking the two.China, Norway and others have made a commitment to achieve the goal of carbonpeak and neutrality. Which sustainable energy approaches can achieve the goalsof carbon peak and neutrality in China? What are the co-benefits of energytransition in tackling climate change? And are there potential negativeeffects? What is the role of cities in dealing with climate change andenvironmental issues at the local level? How can researchers from bothcountries learn from each other and work together with common interests?

Venue: Room 106, Think Tank Building

https://uio.zoom.us/j/65687362678?pwd=cWREWlh0b0NhdmF2eUJHeWZEME5KUT09

Meeting ID: 656 8736 2678

Passcode: 996422

Co-chairs

Vebjørn Bakken

Director, UiO:Energy, University   of Oslo

Tang Xu

Professor,Executive Director of FDU-IRDR-ICoE on   Risk Interconnectivity andGovernance on Weather/Climate Extremes Impact and   Public Health

Wang Lin

Dean, Department ofEnvironmental Science &   Engineering, Fudan University

09:10-09:20 (CET) /15:10-15:20 (Beijing Time)

Opening remarks ofthe co-chairs

Vebjørn Bakken

Director, UiO:Energy, University of Oslo

Wang Lin

Dean, Departmentof Environmental Science & Engineering, Fudan University

09:20-09:30 (CET) /15:20-15:30 (Beijing Time)

Wu Libo

Director, ResearchCenter for   Energy Economics and Strategy, Fudan University

09:30-09:40 (CET)/15:30-15:40 (Beijing Time)

Truls Norby

Professor,Department of   Chemistry, University of Oslo

09:40-09:50 (CET)/15:40-15:50 (Beijing Time)

Jiang Ping

AssociateProfessor, Department of Environmental Science & Engineering,   FudanUniversity

09:50-10:00 (CET) /15:50-16:00 (Beijing Time)

Taran Mari Thune

Professor, Centrefor Technology,   Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo

10:00-10:10 (CET) /16:00-16:10 (Beijing Time)

Molly Wang

Programme Manager  for the Climate Action Planning China Programme, C40 Cities Climate  Leadership Group

10:00-10:10 (CET) /16:00-16:10 (Beijing Time)

Discussion 

10:30-10:35 (CET) /16:30-16:35 (Beijing Time)

Wrap up

Tang Xu, Professor, Executive   Director ofFDU-IRDR-ICoE on Risk Interconnectivity and Governance on  Weather/Climate Extremes Impact and Public Health

10:35-10:45 (CET) /16:35-16:45(Beijing Time)

Coffee Break


Session II: Understanding Brain Disorders

Time: 10:45-12:05 (CET)/16:45-18:05(Beijing Time) 

The human brain and its disorders remain akey challenge in health-related research. Recent technology development inbrain imaging and genetics has provided novel opportunities for new insight,and together with population birth cohorts capturing environmental stressors itis now possible to revolutionize our understanding of brain-related traits anddisorders. How can we obtain synergy between China and Norway in brainresearch, and which research projects can benefit most from collaboration?

Venue: Room 209, Think Tank Building

https://uio.zoom.us/j/68605240952?pwd=VURLTGVHOEtuUmlHVWhiZWkzaXJRZz09

Meeting ID: 686 0524 0952

Passcode: 511092

Co-Chairs: 

Kan  Haidong

Vice Dean, Schoolof Public Health, Fudan University

Ole Andreassen

Director of theCenter of   Excellence NORMENT, University of Oslo

10:45-10:50 (CET) /16:45-16:50 (Beijing Time)

Opening remark ofthe co-chairs

Topic I: Usingimaging to understand abnormal brain development

10:50-11:00 (CET)/16:50-17:00 (Beijing Time)

Lars   T.Westlye, Headof Research, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo

11:00-11:10 (CET)/17:00-17:10 (Beijing Time)

FengJianfeng, Deanof Institute of Science and   Technology for Brain-inspired Intelligence,Fudan University

Topic II: Howpopulation cohorts can reveal gene-environmental interplay in brain disorders

11:10-11:20 (CET) /17:10-17:20 (Beijing Time)

Ole A.Andreassen, Directorof the Center of   Excellence NORMENT, University of Oslo

11:20-11:30 (CET) /17:20-17:30 (Beijing Time)

GunterSchumann, (Chairin Population Neuroscience and Precision Medicine, Director, Centre for Population Neuroscience and Stratified Medicine (PONS) at ISTBI, FudanUniversity)

11:30-12:00 (CET) /17:30-18:00 (Beijing Time)

Discussion

11:30-12:00 (CET) /17:30-18:00 (Beijing Time)

Wrap up


Session III: Fiction and the Future

Time: 10:45-12:05 (CET)/16:45-18:05(Beijing Time)

Human society is facing a shared anxiety ofthe future, in the context of a changing global order, spreading of disruptivetechnology, public health emergency and others. Fiction used to look back inhistory and seek for experiences or reflections, but now it casts more and morevalue in the future. What kind of futures have been imaged in various format offiction? How can fiction help us to influence and share the future? How can wepursue multiple, diverse and rich futures instead of a single unified andlinear one via fiction?

Venue: Room 106, Think Tank Building

https://uio.zoom.us/j/65687362678?pwd=cWREWlh0b0NhdmF2eUJHeWZEME5KUT09

Meeting ID: 656 8736 2678

Passcode: 996422 

Chair: 

Regina Kanyu Wang, Doctoral Research Fellow, Departmentof Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo

10:45-10:50 (CET) / 16:45-16:50 (BeijingTime)

Opening remark

Rune Svarverud, Director,   Fudan-European Centre forChina Studies, University of Oslo

Roundtable discussion 

10:50-11:40 (CET) / 16:50-17:40 (BeijingTime)

Roundtable discussion

Yan   Feng, Professor, Department of ChineseLanguage and Literature, Fudan   University

Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Associate   Professor, Department ofCulture Studies and   Oriental Languages, University of Oslo

Wu   Yan, Professor, Humanities Center,Southern University of Science and   Technology

Chu Jinyi, Assistant Professor, Yale University;  Visiting scholar at International Center for Studies of ChineseCivilization   (ICSCC), Fudan University

Astrid   Møller-Olsen, Researcher of Chinese Studies, Centre forLanguages and   Literature, Lund University

11:40-12:00 (CET) / 17:40-18:00 (BeijingTime)

Q&A

12:00-12:05 (CET) / 18:00-18:05(BeijingTime) 

Wrap up by Prof. Rune Svarverud


Registration