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Clark Miller

Asc Dir (FSC) & Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5603
Asc Dir (FSC) & Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5603
Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5603
Lincoln Fellow
Faculty w/Admin Appointment, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5603
Asc Dir (FSC) & Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5603
Biography

Professor Clark A. Miller holds the following positions at ASU:

Previously, he has held the following positions:

Clark A. Miller's research focuses on processes of scientific and technological change in the US and around the globe. He writes about the design and critical analysis of knowledge systems in support of US and global policymaking, about the governance challenges posed by new and emerging technologies, and about the social sustainability of transitions in complex, large-scale, socio-technological systems. He has published numerous articles on science and technology policy, studies of science and democracy, international relations, and energy policy. He currently leads a major research effort focused on the social drivers, dynamics, and consequences of energy system change. He is the co-author of The Practices of Global Ethics (with Frederick Bird, Sumner Twiss, Kusumita Pedersen, and Bruce Grelle). He is the editor of Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (with Paul Edwards); Arizona's Energy Future (with Sharlissa Moore); Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (with Sean Hays, Jason Robert, and Ira Bennett); Science and Democracy: Making Knowledge and Making Power in the Biosciences and Beyond (with Stephen Hilgartner and Rob Hagendijk); and The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (with Ulrike Felt, Rayvon Fouche, and Laurel Smith-Doerr). He leads research initiatives in the Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies Engineering Research Center, the Person-Centered Technologies and Practices for Individuals with Disabilities IGERT, the US-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy, and the Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network.

Education

Clark A. Miller received his BS in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois ('90) and his PhD in electrical engineering from Cornell University ('95). From 1995-1999, he held postdoctoral positions in the Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University and the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He has previously held faculty positions at Iowa State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he taught for six years in the Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, the Robert and Jean Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies, and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.

Videos
Designing Transitions in Energy Transitions
Audio
Clark's contributions to SFIS's Future Out Loud podcast series
Research Interests

Clark A. Miller has recently published two new books, one co-authored with Tischa Muñoz-Erickson, Designing Knowledge, and the other co-edited with Joey Eschrich, The Weight of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures.

Clark A. Miller's research interests focus on processes of scientific and technological change in the US and around the globe. He writes about the design and critical analysis of knowledge systems in support of US and global policymaking, about the governance challenges posed by new and emerging technologies, and about the social sustainability of transitions in complex, large-scale, socio-technological systems. He has published numerous articles on science and technology policy, studies of science and democracy, international relations, and energy policy. He currently leads a major research effort focused on the social drivers, dynamics, and consequences of energy system change. He is the co-author of The Practices of Global Ethics (with Frederick Bird, Sumner Twiss, Kusumita Pedersen, and Bruce Grelle). He is the editor of Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (with Paul Edwards); Arizona's Energy Future (with Sharlissa Moore); Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (with Sean Hays, Jason Robert, and Ira Bennett); Science and Democracy: Making Knowledge and Making Power in the Biosciences and Beyond (with Stephen Hilgartner and Rob Hagendijk); and The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (with Ulrike Felt, Rayvon Fouche, and Laurel Smith-Doerr). He leads research initiatives in the Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies Engineering Research Center, the Person-Centered Technologies and Practices for Individuals with Disabilities IGERT, the US-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy, and the Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network.

Publications

 

  • Clark A. Miller, “Sustainability, Democracy, and the Techno-Human Future,” in J. Hoff, Q. Gausset, and S. Lex, eds. The Role of Non-State Actors in the Green Transition: Building a Sustainable Future. London: Routledge. 2019.
  • Mathieu Feagan, Marissa Matsler, Sara Meerow, Tischa A. Muñoz-Erickson, Robert Hobbins, Changdeok Gim, and Clark Miller, “Redesigning Knowledge Systems for Ur-ban Resilience,” Environmental Science and Policy 97, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2019.07.014 
  • Carina Wyborn, Amber Datta, Jasper Montana, Melanie Ryan, Peat Leith, Brian Chaffin, Clark Miller, Lorrae van Kerkhoff, “Co-producing sustainability: Re-ordering the govern-ance of science, policy, and practice,” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 44, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-environ-101718-033103
  • Changdeok Gim, Clark A. Miller, and Paul Hirt, “The Resilience Work of Institutions,” Environmental Science and Policy 97: 36-43, 2019.
  • Clark A. Miller, “Choices,” in J. Eschrich and C. Miller, eds. The Weight of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures. Tempe: Center for Science and the Imagination. 2019.
  • Clark A. Miller, Joshua Loughman, Wesley Herche, Dwarak Ravikumar, Joey Eschrich, Ruth Wylie, Ed Finn, Christiana Honsberg, and Stuart Bowden, “Designing in Sun-light,” in J. Eschrich and C. Miller, eds. The Weight of Light: A Collection of Solar Fu-tures. Tempe: Center for Science and the Imagination. 2019.
  • Clark A. Miller and Carina Wyborn, “Co-Production in Global Sustainability: Histories and Theories.” Environmental Science & Policy. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2018.01.016
  • Clark A. Miller, “It’s Not a War on Science.” Issues in Science and Technology 33, no. 3 (Spring 2017).
  • Tischa Muñoz-Erickson, Clark A. Miller, and Thaddeus Miller, “How Cities Think: Knowledge Co-Production for Urban Sustainability and Resilience,” Forests 8: 203-220. 2017.
  • The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. 4th edition. Ulrike Felt, Rayvon Fouché, Clark A. Miller, and Laurel Smith-Doerr, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press (2016).
  • The Practices of Global Ethics: Historical Developments, Current Issues, and Future Prospects. Frederick Bird, Sumner Twiss, Kusumita Pedersen, Clark A. Miller, and Bruce Grelle. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press (2016).
  • Clark A. Miller, Heather M. Ross, Gaymon Bennett, and J. Benjamin Hurlbut, “The Ethics of Ubiquitous Computing in Healthcare.” M. Eshaghian-Wilner, ed. Wireless Computing in Medicine: From Nano to Cloud with Ethical and Legal Implications. New York: Wiley & Sons (2016).
  • Science and Democracy: Making Knowledge and Making Power in the Biosciences and Beyond. Stephen Hilgartner, Clark Miller, and Rob Hagendijk, eds. London: Routledge (2015).
  • Clark A. Miller, “Globalizing Security: Science and the Transformation of Contemporary Political Imagination,” in S. Jasanoff and S. Kim, eds. Dreamscapes of Modernity: Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Fabrication of Power. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (2015).
  • Miller, Clark A. “Modeling Risk in Complex Bioeconomies.” Journal of Responsible Innovation 2(1): 124-127 (2015).
  • Joseph Herkert, Rachelle Hollander, Clark A. Miller, Frazier Benya, Chad Monfreda, and Lynette Osborne, “Energy Ethics in Science and Engineering Education.” In Steen Hylgaard Christensen et al., eds. International Perspectives on Engineering Education: Engineering Education and Practice in Context, Volume I. Dordrecht: Springer. Pp. 249-59 (2015).
  • Clark A. Miller, Jason O’Leary, Elisabeth Graffy, Ellen Stechel, Gary Dirks. Narrative Futures and the Governance of Energy Transitions. Futures (2015).
  • Clark A. Miller, Jennifer Richter, and Jason O’Leary. Designing Tomorrow's Socio-Energy Systems: Expanding Energy Policy and Governance for Energy Transitions. Energy Research and Social Science (2015).
  • Clark A. Miller. Globalization and Discontent. Social Epistemology (2014).
  • Clark A. Miller and Jennifer Richter. Social Planning for Energy Transitions. Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports (2014).
  • Silke Beck, et al. Towards A Reflexive Turn in the Governance of Global Environmental Expertise: The Cases of the IPCC and IPBES. Gaia (2014).
  • Clark A. Miller, Alastair Iles, and Christopher Jones. The Societal Dimensions of Energy Transitions. Science as Culture (2013).
  • Sean Hays, Jason Robert, Clark Miller, and Ira Bennett. Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future: Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume 3. (2013).
  • Christina Nulle, Clark Miller, Alan Porter, and Harmeet Singh. Applications of Nanotechnology to Neuroscience: A Rapidly Expanding Field. Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume 3: Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (2013).
  • Clark A. Miller, Michael Cobb, and Sean Hays. Public Attitudes Towards Nanotechnology-Enabled Cognitive Enhancement in the United States. Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume 3: Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (2013).
  • Jason Robert, Clark Miller, and Valerye Milleson. Introduction: Ethics and Anticipatory Governance of Nano-Neurotechnological Convergence. Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Volume 3: Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (2013).
  • Alastair Iles, Clark A. Miller, and Christopher Jones. The Social Dimensions of Energy Transitions. Special Issue of Science as Culture (2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Preparing Communities for Resilience to Climate Risks. (2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Energy Justice: Ensuring Human Dignity in the Post-Carbon Future. Cairo Review of International Affairs (2012).
  • Jonathan Patz et al. (13 total authors). Our Planet, Our Health, Our Future: Human Health and the Rio Conventions. (2012).
  • Clark Miller and Sharlissa Moore. Arizona's Energy Future. (2011).
  • Clark A. Miller. Gérer la Planète: Gouvernance et Sciences de l’Environnement Planétaire. De Rio 1992 à Rio 2012: Un Avant-Goût De l’Avenir (2011).
  • Clark A. Miller and Sharlissa Moore. Introduction. Arizona's Energy Future (2011).
  • Clark A. Miller. Policy Challenges and University Reform. The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity (2010).
  • Clark A. Miller, Tischa Munoz-Erickson, and Chad Monfreda. Knowledge Systems Analysis. Report for the Advancing Conservation in a Social Context Project (2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Assessments: Linking Ecology to Policy. The Princeton Guide to Ecology (2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Epistemic Constitutionalism in International Governance: Democracy and the Power of International Knowledge Institutions. Engaging Foreign Policy Debates: The Challenges for Liberal Democracies in a New Century (2009).
  • Erik Fisher and Clark Miller. Collaborative Practices for Contextualizing the Engineering Laboratory. Engineering in Context (2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Changing the Energy System. Issues in Science and Technology (2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Civic Epistemologies: Constituting Knowledge and Order in Political Communities. Sociology Compass (2008).
  • Clark A. Miller and Ira Bennett. Thinking Longer Term about Technology: Is There Value in Science Fiction Inspired Approaches to Constructing Futures?. Science and Public Policy (2008).
  • Clark Miller. The Politics of Climate Change. Controversies in Science and Technology (2008).
  • Clark Miller and Sarah Pfatteicher. Nanotechnology in Society Education: Teaching the Mental Habits of Social Engineers and Critical Citizens. Nanoscale Science and Engineering Education: Issues, Trends, and Future Directions (2008).
  • Clark A. Miller. What Pollsters Can Learn from Climate Modelers. (2008).
  • Clark Miller. Democratization, International Knowledge Institutions, and Global Governance. Governance (2007).
  • Kristin Eschenfelder, Clark Miller. Examining the Role of Web Site Information in Facilitating Different Citizen-Government Interactions: A Case Study of State Chronic Wasting Disease Web Sites. Government Information Quarterly (2007).
  • Clark A. Miller, David Guston, Daniel Barben, Jameson Wetmore, Cynthia Selin, and Erik Fisher. Nanotechnology and Society: Ideas for Education and Public Engagement. (2007).
  • Charles Tahan, Ricky Leung, G Zenner, K Ellison, W Crone, Clark Miller. Nanotechnology and Society: A Discussion-Based Undergraduate Course. American Journal of Physics (2006).
  • Clark Miller. An Effective Instrument of Peace: Scientific Cooperation as an Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy, 1938-1950. Osiris (2006).
  • Qina Zhou, John Mathews, Clark Miller, Ilgin Seker. The Evolution of Nighttime Mid-Latitude Mesoscale F-Region Structures: A Case Study Utilizing Numerical Solution of the Perkins Instability Equations. Planetary and Space Sciences (2006).
  • Clark Miller. Framing Shared Values: Reason and Trust in Global Environmental Governance. Forging Environmentalism: Justice, Livelihood, and Contested Environments (2006).
  • Clark Miller and Paul Erickson. The Politics of Bridging Scales and Epistemologies: Science and Democracy in Global Environmental Governance. Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems: Concepts and Applications in Ecosystem Assessment (2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Ecology and Global Democracy. (2006).
  • Clark Miller. New Civic Epistemologies of Quantification: Making Sense of Local and Global Indicators of Sustainability. Science, Technology & Human Values (2005).
  • Clark Miller. Science and Democracy in a Globalizing World: Challenges for American Foreign Policy. Science and Public Policy (2005).
  • Karen Bandhauer, Julie Curti, Clark Miller. Challenges to Regulatory Harmonization and Standard-Setting: The Case of Environmental Accounting in the US and Canada. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (2005).
  • Qina Zhou, John Mathews, Qiang Du, Clark Miller. A Preliminary Investigation of the Pseudo-Spectral Method Numerical Solution of the Perkins Instability Equations in the Homogenous Total Electron Content Case. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2005).
  • Clark A. Miller. Assessments of Regional and Global Environmental Risks: Designing Processes for the Effective Use of Science in Decisionmaking (2005).
  • Clark Miller. Interrogating the Civic Epistemology of American Democracy: Stability and Instability in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election. Social Studies of Science (2004).
  • Miller, Clark Anson. Resisting Empire: Globalism, Relocalization, and the Politics of Knowledge. Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Governance (2004).
  • Miller, Clark Anson (Author) . Climate Science and the Making of Global Political Order. States of Knowledge: The Co-Production of Science and Social Order (2004).
  • Clark Miller. Living in a Technological World. The La Follette Policy Report (2003).
  • Miller, Clark Anson (Author) . Knowledge and Accountability in Global Governance: Justice on the Biofrontier. Partial Truths: Feminist Approaches to Social Movements, Community, and Power, Volume 2 (2003).
  • Miller, Clark Anson (Author) . Living in a Technological World. Exploring the Dynamics of Global Change: An Introspective Look at Globalization, International Development, and Public Management (2003).
  • Miller, Clark Anson (Author) . The Globalization of Human Affairs: A Reconsideration of Science, Political Economy, and World Order. Rethinking Global Political Economy: Emerging Issues, Unfolding Odysseys (2003).
  • Miller, Clark. Global Science and Global Governance: The Making of 'Global' Research Policy. (2003).
  • Clark Miller. Hybrid Management: Boundary Organizations, Science Policy, and Environmental Governance in the Climate Regime. Science, Technology & Human Values (2001).
  • Clark Miller. Making Democracy Count. Social Studies of Science (2001).
  • Miller, Clark Anson, Edwards, Paul N. Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance. (2001).
  • Miller, Clark Anson. Challenges in the Application of Science to Global Affairs: Contingency, Trust, and Moral Order. Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (2001).
  • Miller, Clark Anson. Scientific Internationalism in American Foreign Policy: The Case of Meteorology (1947-1958). Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance (2001).
  • Clark Miller. The Dynamics of Framing Environmental Values and Policy: Four Models of Societal Processes. Environmental Values (2000).
Research Activity
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
FIS 335Designing Knowledge
BIO 495Undergraduate Research
SOS 799Dissertation
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 591Seminar
HSD 602HSD II:Science Power&Politics
SOS 792Research
SOS 799Dissertation
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
BIO 495Undergraduate Research
HSD 591Seminar
HSD 601HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
POS 671HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
SOS 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
SOS 799Dissertation
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
FIS 111Welcome to the Future
HSD 591Seminar
SOS 792Research
SOS 799Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
FIS 335Designing Knowledge
BIO 495Undergraduate Research
SOS 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
GTD 598Special Topics
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 598Special Topics
HSD 602HSD II:Science Power&Politics
POS 672HSD II:Science Power&Politics
SOS 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 601HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
POS 671HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
SOS 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 590Reading and Conference
HSD 592Research
HSD 599Thesis
HSD 692Research
HSD 784Internship
HSD 790Reading and Conference
HSD 792Research
SOS 792Research
HSD 795Continuing Registration
HSD 799Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 590Reading and Conference
HSD 591Seminar
HSD 592Research
HSD 598Special Topics
HSD 602HSD II:Science Power&Politics
HSD 610Colloquium
POS 672HSD II:Science Power&Politics
HSD 692Research
HSD 784Internship
HSD 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
HSD 792Research
HSD 795Continuing Registration
HSD 799Dissertation
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 584Internship
HSD 590Reading and Conference
HSD 591Seminar
HSD 592Research
HSD 593Applied Project
HSD 595Continuing Registration
HSD 599Thesis
HSD 601HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
HSD 610Colloquium
POS 671HSD I:Human Dimension Sci Tech
HSD 692Research
HSD 784Internship
HSD 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
HSD 792Research
HSD 795Continuing Registration
HSD 799Dissertation
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 584Internship
HSD 590Reading and Conference
HSD 592Research
HSD 593Applied Project
HSD 595Continuing Registration
HSD 599Thesis
HSD 692Research
HSD 784Internship
HSD 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
HSD 792Research
HSD 795Continuing Registration
HSD 799Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 584Internship
HSD 590Reading and Conference
HSD 591Seminar
HSD 592Research
HSD 593Applied Project
HSD 595Continuing Registration
HSD 599Thesis
HSD 602HSD II:Science Power&Politics
HSD 610Colloquium
POS 672HSD II:Science Power&Politics
HSD 692Research
HSD 784Internship
HSD 790Reading and Conference
SOS 792Research
HSD 792Research
HSD 795Continuing Registration
HSD 799Dissertation
POS 799Dissertation
Presentations
  • Miller, C. A., “Knowledge Infrastructures,” Harvard University, STS Summer School, Cambridge, MA (2019).
  • Miller, C. A., “The Social Value of Energy,” University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (2019).
  • Miller, C. A., “Which Solar Future for Puerto Rico?” University of Puerto Rico, Ma-yaguez, Puerto Rico (2019).
  • Miller, C. A., “Untangling the Energy-Poverty Nexus,” University of Waterloo, Water-loo, Canada (2019).
  • Miller, C. A., “Energy Innovation Initiatives for Attaining Sustainable Development Goals: Perspectives from the US,” Energy Innovations Initiatives for Attaining Sustaina-ble Development Goals Conference, Dehradun, India (2019).
  • Miller, C. A., “Integrating Energy’s Human Dimensions into Transition Planning,” Na-tional Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC (2018).
  • Miller, C. A., “Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation,” Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation Conference, Tempe, AZ (2018).
  • Miller, C. A., “Designing the Future: Knowledge, Technology, Prosperity,” Dubai Fu-ture Academy, Dubai, UAE (2018).
  • Miller, C. A., “Eradicating Poverty through Energy Innovation,” US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy, National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad (2018).
  • Miller, C. A., “The Future of Energy in Pakistan: Informing Policy through Research,” US Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy, National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad (2018).
  • Miller, C. A., “Knowledge, the State, and Democracy,” University of Chicago, Chicago (2017).
  • Miller, C. A., “Governing Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Case of Blue Carbon,” Work-shop on Blue Carbon, National Academies Study Panel on Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) and Reliable Sequestration, Woods Hole, MA (2017).
  • Miller, C. A., “Energy Leadership and Innovation,” “Energy Policy Analysis,” and “In-tegrated Energy Planning,” Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy, National University of Science & Technology, Islamabad (2016).
  • Miller, C. A., “The Practices of Global Ethics,” Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, 2016 Symposium on Emerging Challenges in Global Ethics, Arizona State University, Tempe (2016).
  • Miller, C. A., “What Happens to Disadvantaged Populations?” Reducing System Peak Demand Costs Workshop, Arizona Corporation Commission, Phoenix (2016).
  • Miller, C. A., “After Paris: Energy, Carbon, and Society in Global Transition,” Arizona State University, Tempe (2016).
  • Miller, C. A., “Socio-Eco-Technological Systems: Strategies for Fostering Resilience,” Security and Sustainability Forum (2015).
  • Miller, C. A., “Knowledge Making for Global Resource Politics.” STEPS Centre, Uni-versity of Sussex, Sussex (2015).
  • Miller, C. A., “Co-Production: Fusing Theory and Practice.” Helmholtz Zentrum fur Umweltforschung (Helmholtz Center for Environmental Studies), Leipzig (2015).
  • Miller, C. A., “Epistemic Constitutionalism in Global Governance.” Mercator Research Institute, Berlin (2015).
  • Miller, C. A., “Anticipatory Governance of Energy Transitions.” Helmholtz Zentrum fur Umweltforschung (Helmholtz Center for Environmental Studies), Leipzig (2015).
  • Miller, C. A., “Of Metaphor and Machinery: Imagining vs. Implementing the Global in Geoengineering, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (2015).
    Clark A. Miller. Designing Tomorrow's Socio-Energy Systems. University of Calgary (May 2014).
  • Clark A. Miller. The Ethics of Energy Transitions. IEEE Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology (May 2014).
  • Clark A. Miller. Designing Transitions in Energy Systems: The Human Dimensions. New Tools For Science Policy Series - CSPO (Apr 2014).
  • Clark A. Miller. Institutional Design for Nuclear Arms Control: Lessons for the Climate Regime. Nuclear Arms Control and Climate Change Negotiations: Shared Lessons and Possi-bilities Conference, (Mar 2014).
  • Clark A. Miller. Where Will We Take Ourselves With Neurotechnologies?. Kavli Foundation Lecture, University of Wisconsin (Sep 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Designing Tomorrow’s Socio-Energy Systems. National Academy of Engineering (Aug 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Knowledge Systems Analysis: Knowing How Knowledge Gets Made. Helmholtz Center for Environmental Studies, Leipzig (Jun 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Knowledge, Policy & Politics. HIGRADE Lectures, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Studies, Leipzig (May 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Communicating Science to the Public. HIGRADE Lectures, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Studies, Leipzig (May 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Square Pegs, Round Holes: When Technology Outpaces Policy. US Department of Energy Innovation Summit (Feb 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Climate Change and America’s Infrastructure. Climate Change and America’s Infrastructure Conference, ASU (Jan 2013).
  • Clark A. Miller. Institutionalizing Public Reason and Accountability in the Governance of Solar Radiation Management. Workshop on the Ethics of Solar Radiation Management (Oct 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Readying Citizens for Anticipatory Governance: A Challenge for Science Museums. Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network Annual Meeting (Sep 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. International Knowledge Networks and Institutions. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (Jun 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Systems Integration: The Human and Social Dimensions of Energy System Transformation. Advisory Meeting, Directorate of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Science Foundation (May 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. The Politics of Climate Change Post-Copenhagen. Breaking Down the Walls (Apr 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Innovation: Thoughts on Science, Technology, Transformation, and Valuation. Manifolds-A Social Innovation Symposium (Mar 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Emerging Military Technologies, Civil Society, and Democracy. Consortium on Emerging Technologies, Military Operations, and National Security (Jan 2010).
  • Clark A. Miller. Assessing Global Sustainability: Epistemic Constitutionalism in International Governance. Society for Social Studies of Science (Oct 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Science, Technology, and Sustainability (with 6 panels and two roundtables): "Perspectives on Sustainability from Science and Technology Studies," Society for Social Studies of Science, Annual Meeting. Specific Titles: "Sustainability Ethics," "Sustainability and Emerging Technologies," "Producing Knowledge for Policy," "Designing Sustainable Energy Systems," "Agents of Sustainable Innovation and Design," "Emerging Networks and Institutions," "Roundtable on Sustainability Policy," "Roundtable on Future STS Research for Sustainability.". Society for Social Studies of Science (Oct 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Themes in Nanotechnology in Society Research. Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network Annual Meeting (Sep 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Civic Epistemologies: New Directions in Science and Democracy Research. Science and Democracy Network Annual Meeting (Jun 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Epistemic Constitutionalism in International Governance: Challenges of Scientific Reason and Democratic Legitimacy in a Globalizing World. Centre Alexandre Koyre, CNRS, Paris (Jun 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Science, Technology, and International Governance. Balsillie School of International Affairs, Univ. of Waterloo (May 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Nanotechnology: Environment, Health, and Safety. Semiconductor Environment, Safety, and Health Association (May 2009).
  • Clark A. Miller. Globalizing Security: Science and the Transformation of Contemporary Political Imagination. Technological Imaginaries Workshop, Harvard University (Oct 2008).
  • Clark A. Miller. Studies of Science, Technology, and Sustainability: Building a Research Agenda. Workshop at the US National Science Foundation (Sep 2008).
  • Miller, Clark. Informing Anticipatory Governance of New and Emerging Technologies Through Nanotechnology in Society Research. Annual Meeting, Nanotechnology Informal Science Education Network (Nov 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Reflexive, Anticipatory Governance of Science and Technology. Annual Meeting, National Association of Schools of Public Administration and Affairs (Oct 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Nano Café. (Jul 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Think Differently! Strategies for Success in Nano. Food Research Institute Conference on Nanotechnology and Food, University of Wisconsin-Madison (May 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Nanotechnology in Society. Colloquium Series, Ohio State University (Apr 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Opportunities in Science Policy. Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Conference (Apr 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Nanotechnology in Society Education: Teaching the Mental Habits of Social Engineers and Critical Citizens. Annual Meeting, Materials Research Society (Feb 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Nanotechnology in Society Research at the University of Wisconsin. NSF Workshop on Nanotechnology in Society (Feb 2006).
  • Miller, Clark. Changing the Model of Science and Society. Ecological Society of America
  • Miller, Clark. Epistemic Constitutionalism in International Governance: The Case of Climate Change. Engaging Foreign Policy
  • Miller, Clark. International Science Advice for Biodiversity. International Ecological Science and Environmental Ethics Workshop
  • Miller, Clark. Interpreting the Broader Impacts of Science in a Democratic Society. Broader Impacts Criterion
  • Miller, Clark. The Law and the Future Brain. The Law and Ethics of Brain Scanning
  • Miller, Clark, Barben, Daniel. Global Knowledges and Democratic Agency: A Research Agenda. Society for Social Studies of Science
  • Miller, Clark, Bennett, Ira. Science Fiction as Technology Assessment. Futures of Life