DDfV Research Consultancy Projects

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DDfV Research Consultancy Projects2018-08-30T18:03:46+00:00

Micro-Targeting & Digital Platforms in Election Time (2017-2018)

The design of digital platforms shapes the public space that is at the basis of our democracy. With a grant from the Dutch State Committee on Reforming the Parliamentary System (Staatscommissie voor Hervorming van het Parlementair Stelsel) researchers from TU Delft are investigating the possibilities that digital platforms offer for micro-targeting potential voters.


More Value-Sensitive Innovations in Disposal of the Dead (2017)

This project has developed a framework to assess the moral acceptability of innovations in the disposal of the dead. A wide range of relevant values have been identified and operationalized, which can also be used to further improve the (design of) the innovations in question. The project was done on request of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.


Open Online Deliberation at Citizen Summit Rotterdam (2017)

In October 2017 a big citizen summit took place in the city of Rotterdam. A team from the DDFV Institute helped developed the deliberative procedure for this event, making use of a Massive Open Online Deliberation Platform (MOOD) that has been developed in Delft. With this tool participants can initiate a debate, discuss issues and support policy makers in an open and free deliberation environment.

More information

Organizations who are interested in collaborating with the DDFV Institute in a research consultancy project can contact:

  • Ilse Oosterlaken
    Ilse Oosterlaken
    DDFV Project Manager
Ilse Oosterlaken
DDFV Project Manager

Dr. ir. Ilse Oosterlaken is the contact person for EXTERNAL PARTIES interested in collaboration with the Delft Design for Values Institute

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