Research Areas: philosophy of science and technology, technocracy, Internet of Things, STS
Liu Yongmou is a professor in the School of Philosophy, Remin University of China. He is currently the chair of the Philosophy of Science and Technology department within the School of Philosophy. He has been a visiting scholar in the Department of Science History at Harvard University (2010-2011) and a visiting professor in the Department of Philosophy at Utrecht University (2015). He is the chief director of the Division Committee Youth Researchers Society for Natural Dialectics of China, and the director of the Society for Natural Dialectics of Beijing. His work focuses on philosophy of science and technology, issues in Science, Technology and Society (STS), and Science, Technology and Public Policy (STPP).
He has published 12 books (including co-authored works and translated works) and over 60 papers (including co-authored works), and won first prize in the Essay Competition of the Military Industry Culture Construction of National Defense Science and Technology Industry Council (2006), the National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award (2007) which has less than 100 winners from over 50 thousands doctoral dissertations, the National Defense Science and Technology Progress Award (2008), the youth award of Wu Yuzhang Humanities and Social Sciences Award (2013) which has 5 winners from all the Chinese youth scholars in the field of humanities and social sciences, the Chinese Colleges and Universities Humanities and Social Sciences Award (2012), and has been elected to the Program for New Century Excellent Talents in Chinese University (2012).
He is responsible for the following research projects: Slavery of Subject: Research on Foucault's Philosophy (2008-2009), Power Dimension of Contemporary Cognitive activity (2009-2012), Internet of Things and Social Transformation (2012-2014), and Technocracy and its Impact to China (2012-2016).
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