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O.4.3.6.004 
Seeing beyond 2020: cost-effectiveness analysis of contem-
11 .15
 
porary and emerging strategies for human African 
trypanosomiasis (HAT) Trypanosoma brucei (T.b.) 
gambiense for elimination
C .S . Sutherland, C .M . Stone, F . Tediosi (Basel, CH; Milano, IT) 
O.4.3.6.005 
Budget impact analysis of using dihydroartemisinin-
11 .30
 
piperaquine to treat uncomplicated malaria in children in 
Tanzania
A .T . Mori, O .F . Norheim, B . Robberstad (Dar es Salaam, TZ; 
Bergen, NO) 
O.4.3.6.006 
Feasibility, costs and benefits of the Global Technical 
11 .45
 
Strategy 2016-2030 for accelerating global progress 
towards malaria elimination 
E . Patouillard, J . Griffin, A . Bah, P . Gething, E . Shutes, S . Bhatt, 
H . Prytherch, P . Alonso, F . Tediosi, A . Ghani, R . Cibulskis 
(Basel, Geneva, CH; London, Oxford, GB) 

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME 
Thursday, 10 September 2015
Scientific Pr
og
ramme
10 .30 – 12 .00
 
Society Session 11 
Kairo 2 
 
Be-cause Health (Belgian Platform for International 
Health): integrated mental health care: finally a 
different perspective towards a more human health 
care? 
 
Chair: Karel Gyselinck (Brussels, BE) 
SS11.001 
Welcome Address
10 .30
 
Karel Gyselinck (Brussels, BE) 
SS11.002 
Introductory note on mental health (Integrated mental 
10 .35
 
health care: finally a different perspective towards a more 
human health care?)
Paul Bossyns (Brussels, BE) 
SS11.003 
The set-up of a national mental health program in Rwanda
10 .45
 
Yvonne Kayiteshonga (Kigali, RW) 
OSS11.004 
Fostering mental health services development in rural 
11 .00
 
Cambodia: an NGO perspective
T . Khem (Phnom Penh, KH) 
SS11.005 
Mental health and psychosical support in first line health 
11 .15
 
services in Conakry, Guinea
Abdoulaye Sow (Conakry, GN) 
11 .30
 
Panel Debate 
10 .30 – 12 .00
 
Parallel Session 3.2.12. 
Samarkand
 
(Disease systems) 
 
Mycetoma: addressing the unbearable treatment gap 
 
Convener: Susan Wells (Geneva, CH) 
 
Chair: Michael Everson (Woodcliff Lake, US)  
 
Chair: Nathalie Strub-Wourgaft (Geneva, CH) 
10 .30
 Introduction 
INV.3.2.12.001 
Global overview of mycetoma and treatment gaps 
10 .35
 
E . Zijlstra (Rotterdam, NL; Geneva, CH) 
INV.3.2.12.002 
Clinical aspects, diagnosis, and treatment of mycetoma 
10 .55
 
A . Fahal (Khartoum, SD) 
INV.3.2.12.003 
New concepts in diagnosis for eumycetoma
11 .15
 
 W .W . van de Sande, S . Abdallah Ahmed, A . Fahal, G .S . de 
Hoog (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, NL; Khartoum, SD) 
INV.3.2.12.004 
Potential R&D pathways for new treatment of Eumycetoma 
11 .35
 
N . Strub-Wourgaft (Geneva, CH) 
11 .55
 Discussion
 

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME 
Thursday, 10 September 2015
13 .00 – 14 .30
 
Plenary Session 13 
San Francisco 
 
Closing Session 
PL13.001 
Roundtable – Challenges in Global health – the way 
13 .00
 forward
Marcel Tanner (Basel, CH) 
PL13.002 
The outlook – a synthesis by the Chairman of the Scientific
14 .05
 Committee
Marcel Tanner (Basel, CH) 
PL13.003 
Presentation by the organizers ECTMIH 2017 
14 .15
PL13.004 
Closing words by Congress Co-Chairs
14 .20
 
Christoph Hatz (Basel, CH)  
 
Christian Lengeler (Basel, CH) 
14 .30
 
Official closing

International Transdisciplinarity 
Conference (ITD)

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Tuesday, 8 September 2015
13 .15 – 15 .30 
 
Plenary Session 1  
San Francisco 
 
Welcome & Opening 
ITD-PL1.1  
Welcome
13 .15
 
Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello (Berne, CH) 
ITD-PL1.2  
Introduction
13 .40 
 
Marcel Tanner (Basel, CH) 
ITD-PL1.3  
Opening keynotes: critically reviewing a decade of rapidly
14 .10 
 
advancing transdisciplinary research
Merritt Polk (Gothenburg, SE)  
Julie Thompson Klein (Detroit, US) 
16 .00 – 17 .30 
 
Session 1 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 1
 
Ways of stakeholder engagement 
 
 
and knowledge integration 
 
Chair: Gabriele Bammer (Canberra, AU) 
ITD-WS1.1  
Methods and procedures of knowledge integration: 
insights from the National Research Programme (NRP 61) 
on Sustainable Water Management
S . Hoffmann, J . Hering, C . Pohl (Dübendorf, Zurich, CH) 
ITD-WS1.2  
Transdisciplinary research with digital natives – creative 
ways of data production and data presentation
A . Sieber (Wien, AT) 
ITD-WS1.3  
Citizen Science beyond disciplinary boundaries: theses on 
the relation between citizen science, participation and 
transdisciplinarity
A . Lux, L . Pettibone (Berlin, Frankfurt, DE) 
ITD-WS1.4  
Building the interdisciplinary bioeconomy: using 
action research to facilitate inter- and transdisciplinary 
knowledge creation
D .S . Olsen (Oslo, NO) 
16 .00 – 17 .30 
 
Session 2 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 2 
 
Reflecting on transdisciplinary sustainability 
research 
 
Chair: Rick Szostack (Edmonton, CA) 
ITD-WS2.1  
Modes and impacts of sustainability research
J . Newig, M . Bergmann, S . Jahn, J . Kahle, D .J . Lang 
(Frankfurt/M ., Lüneburg, DE) 
ITD-WS2.2  
Current progress in transdisciplinary water research
T . Krueger (Berlin, DE) 
ITD-WS2.3  
Reflections upon inter- and transdisciplinary issues related 
to the study of flood risk in Southern California
J . Forbat (Irvine, US) 
ITD-WS2.4 
Sustainability wheel, a tool for facilitating 
transdisciplinary sustainability assessments
Flurina Schneider (Berne, CH)

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ITD Conf
er
ence
ITD CONFERENCE 
Tuesday, 8 September 2015
16 .00 – 17 .30 
 
Session 3 
Hotel Pullman Estrade 1-2 
 
Workshop: CIENS – Oslo Centre for Inter-
disciplinary Environmental and Social Research: 
transdisciplinarity for urban sustainability 
ITD-WS3.1  
CIENS – Oslo Centre for Interdisciplinary Environmental 
and Social Research: transdisciplinarity for urban 
sustainability
V . Nenseth, L . Tarrason, H . Westskog, R . Skogheim, I . Seifert, 
H . Thaulow, E . Farstad (Oslo, NO) 
16 .00 – 17 .30 
 
Joint Session 4 
Hotel Pullman Arcade 
 
Higher education for, as, and through 
transdisciplinary research 
ITD-WS4.1  
Higher education for, as, and through transdisciplinary 
research
J .C . Schmidt, R . Beecroft (Darmstadt, Karlsruhe, DE) 

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Wednesday, 9 September 2015
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 5 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 1 
 
Health, sustainability and transdisciplinarity 1 
 
Chair: Stephen Fiore (Orlando, US) 
ITD-WS5.1  
Linking sustainable development and health: a socio-
ecological perspective
U . Weisz, W . Haas, K . Wegleitner (Vienna, AT) 
ITD-WS5.2  
Bringing health co-benefits of changes in urban mobility 
into the debate: scenarios as intersection between science 
and policy
W . Haas (Vienna, AT) 
ITD-WS5.3  
Sustainable care models at the interface of health and 
social services. A case study in social work
C . Michel, C . Gehrlach (Berne, CH) 
ITD-WS5.4  
A food education programme for children with and without 
special needs – a multidisciplinary action research project
A .-C . Luisier, M . Bensafi, C . Rouby, A . Giboreau, A . Clerc Bérod, 
R . Caldara, G . Petitpierre (Fribourg, Sion, CH; Ecully, Lyon, FR) 
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 6 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 2 
 
Learning in and through transdisciplinary processes 
 
Chair: Catherine Lyall (Edinburgh, GB) 
ITD-WS6.1  
Transdisciplinarity in science education through the 
European Engage project
I . Monge, F . Pellaud (Fribourg, CH) 
ITD-WS6.2  
Doctoral studies in cross-disciplinary research 
environments: societal demand, Academia response, and 
doctoral learning progression – mutual processes?
C . Berglund, M . Johansson, M . Dahlström, L . Nyberg, 
M . Granberg, M . Mobjörk, J . Moen, M . Evers (Karlstad, 
Stockholm, Umeå, SE; Bonn, DE) 
ITD-WS6.3  
Can transdisciplinarity in teaching and learning contribute 
to regional sustainable development? Scaling up 
experiences from a EU project in Albania and Kosovo
M . Mader, J . Meyer (Lüneburg, DE; Graz, AT) 
ITD-WS6.4 
Providing transdisciplinary learning opportunities in a 
regular master course
K . Herweg, S . Rist (Berne, CH)

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Wednesday, 9 September 2015
ITD Conf
er
ence
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 7 
Hotel Pullman Estrade 1-2 
 
Transdisciplinary institutions 
 
Chair: Theres Paulsen (Berne, CH) 
ITD-WS7.1  
Creating impact through transdisciplinary research: the 
example of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning 
(ARL)
L . Marquardt (Hannover, DE) 
ITD-WS7.2  
Starting up a viable transdisciplinary customer driven 
innovation capability in a tertiary educational institution – 
the journey, some milestones and lessons learned
M . van der Walt (Hamilton, NZ) 
ITD-WS7.3  
Cross-cutting issues in transdisciplinarity at the Uruguayan 
University: an analytical approach to four academic 
centres
B . Vienni Baptista (Montevideo, UY) 
ITD-WS7.4  
Epistemological interdisciplinarity: a case study
A . Heijnen (Aarhus, DK) 
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 8 
Hotel Pullman Arcade 
 
Workshop: Significance and relevance of theory 
 
and theory building in transdisciplinary research. 
 
A discoursive, praxeological approach 
ITD-WS8.1  
Significance and relevance of theory and theory building 
in transdisciplinary research. A discoursive, praxeological 
approach
M . Ukowitz, U . Vilsmaier, C . Pohl (Klagenfurt, AT; Lüneburg, 
DE; Zurich, CH) 
10 .30 – 11 .45 
 
Plenary Session 2  
San Francisco 
 Keynotes 
ITD-PL2.1  
Keynotes on learning from synergies across sustainability, 
health, and transdisciplinarity
Sarah Gehlert (St . Louis, US)  
Jakob Zinstag (Basel, CH) 
11 .45 – 13 .15 
 
Plenary Session 3 
San Francisco 
 
td-award ceremony and lunch 
ITD-PL3.1  
td-award ceremony and lunch 

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Wednesday, 9 September 2015
13 .15 – 14 .45 
 
Joint plenary session with the ECTMIH 
San Francisco
 Conference 
 
Societal foundations of global health 
 
Chair: Thomas Junghanss (Heidelberg, DE) 
PL10.001  
State of emergency: reporting from areas of conflict 
13 .15 
 
and war
Navid Kermani (Cologne, DE) 
PL10.002  
Healthy living – challenges for urban planing
13 .45 
 
Manuel Herz (Basel, CH) 
PL10.003  
Talk across disciplines 
14 .15
 

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Thursday, 10 September 2015
ITD Conf
er
ence
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 9 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 1 
 
Designing coherent transdisciplinary research and 
having a close look at transdiciplinary practice 
 
Chair: Jan C. Schmidt (Darmstadt, DE) 
ITD-WS9.1  
And what does reality look like? Findings on 
transdisciplinary collaborations gained from qualitative 
interviews with researchers and their non-academic partners
A . Di Giulio, R . Defila (Basel, CH) 
 ITD-WS9.2  
A sociocultural exploration of situated learning in 
transdisciplinary research
M . Polk, L . Westberg (Gothenburg, Uppsala, SE) 
ITD-WS9.3  
Designing transdisciplinary research for preferred 
outcomes: the ‘outcome spaces framework’
C .A . Mitchell, D . Cordell, D .M . Fam (Ultimo, AU) 
ITD-WS9.4  
Guiding questions to help design sustainability research 
projects at the science–policy interface
T . Buser, F . Schneider (Berne, CH) 
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 10 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 2 
 
Health, sustainability and transdisciplinarity 2 
 
Chair: Sarah Gehlert (St. Louis, US) 
ITD-WS10.1  
Interactive-knowledge-to action: how to promote 
cooperation among researchers, policymakers, 
professionals and end-users in a consortium to increase 
capabilities for active lifestyles in different health 
promotion settings
A . Frahsa, P . Gelius, A . Rütten (Erlangen, DE) 
ITD-WS10.2  
Towards eHealth support for care of multimorbidity: the 
case of polypharmacy
T . Mønsted, J . Reiche (Copenhagen, DK) 
ITD-WS10.3  
Transdisciplinary dimensions of science and society 
interaction in biomedicine
E . Grebenshchikova (Moscow, RU) 
ITD-WS10.4  
Ebolang: the lasting challenge of an epidemic in 
multilingual Africa. The case of Western Ivory Coast
T . Bearth (Spreitenbach, CH) 
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 11 
Hotel Pullman Estrade 1-2 
 
Workshop: Interdisciplinarity in universities of 
applied sciences’ master studies & RDI projects:  
case Finland 
ITD-WS11.1  
Interdisciplinarity in universities of applied sciences’ 
master studies & RDI projects: case Finland
A .P . Lindeman, M . Veistilä, T . Ahvenainen, P . Sandell (Kotka, 
Pori, FI) 

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Thursday, 10 September 2015
08 .30 – 10 .00 
 
Session 12 
Hotel Pullman Arcade 
 Workshop: 
Stakeholder engagement in sustainability 
assessment – transdisciplinary challenges in theory 
and practice – collectively testing the Sustainability 
Profile Matrix along practical examples 
ITD-WS12.1  
Stakeholder engagement in sustainability assessment 
– transdisciplinary challenges in theory and practice – 
collectively testing the Sustainability Profile Matrix along 
practical examples
C . Mader (Zurich, CH; Lüneburg, DE) 
10 .45 – 12 .15 
 
Plenary Session 4 
Hotel Pullman Galerie 1 
 
ESF-Panel on online tools to support transdisciplinary 
research
 
Chair: Julie Thompson Klein (Detroit, US) 
ITD-PL4.1  
Online tools to support transdisciplinary research
Gabriele Bammer (Canberra, AU) 
ITD-PL4.2  
Team science toolkit
Kara Hall (Washington, US) 
ITD-PL4.3  
Short guides
Catherine Lyall (Edinburgh, GB) 
ITD-PL4.4  
Interdisciplinarity
Rick Szostak (Edmonton, CA) 
ITD-PL4.5  
td-net’s toolbox
Christian Pohl (Berne, CH) 
 
13 .30 – 15 .00 
 
Session 13 
Boston 1 
 
Evaluating transdiciplinary collaborations 
 
Chair: Merritt Polk (Gothenburg, SE) 
ITD-WS13.1  
Evaluating co-design of knowledge: about quality and 
success of transdisciplinary research
S . Schuck-Zoeller, J . Cortekar, I . Fischer-Bruns, J .-T . Huang-
Lachmann, E . Keup-Thiel, D . Rechid (Dresden, Geesthacht, DE) 
ITD-WS13.2  
Evaluation of a multi-case participatory action research 
project: the case of SOLINSA
R . Home, N . Rump (Frick, Lausanne, CH) 
ITD-WS13.3  
Evaluating the benefit of transdisciplinary case study 
research
S . Tobias, M .F . Ströbele, T . Buser (Birmensdorf, CH) 
ITD-WS13.4  
Finding the balance between the idiographic and 
nomothetic: what is the new knowledge produced by 
transdisciplinary art science research in a development 
context?
J . Schlaepfer (Zurich, CH), E . Tisselli (Plymouth, UK), A Hilbeck 
(Zurich, CH), Flora Ismail (Dar es Salaam, TZA)

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ITD CONFERENCE 
Thursday, 10 September 2015
ITD Conf
er
ence
13 .30 – 15 .00 
 
Session 14 
Boston 2 
 
Inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to include the 
vulnerable, build resilience and catch criminals 
 
Chair: Kara Hall (Washington, US)
ITD-WS14.2  
Studying childhood and children’s rights: the challenge of 
inter- and transdisciplinarity
Z . Moody, F . Darbellay (Sion, St-Maurice, CH) 
ITD-WS14.3  
“Intergenerational action research for social resilience”
A . Guevara Alvarez (Querétaro, MX) 
ITD-WS14.4  
Application of an inter- and trans-disciplinary style of 
thinking to forensic science
A . Scoundrianos, D .-O . Jaquet-Chiffelle (Lausanne, CH) 
 
13 .30 – 15 .00 
 
Session 15 
Shanghai 1 
 
Workshop: Designing transdisciplinary research  
and projects for preferred outcomes. The outcome 
spaces framework as a starting point 
ITD-WS15.1  
Designing transdisciplinary research and projects for 
preferred outcomes. The outcome spaces framework as a 
starting point
C .A . Mitchell, D .M . Fam (Ultimo, AU) 
13 .30 – 15 .00 
 
Session 16 
Shanghai 2 
 
Workshop: Complexity or control? Exploring  
the landscape of sustainability science 
ITD-WS16.1  
Complexity or control? Exploring the landscape of 
sustainability science
U . Vilsmaier (Lüneburg, DE) 
15 .30 – 17 .15 
 
Plenary Session 5 
Boston 1 
 
Keynotes and closing 
ITD-PL5.1  
Keynotes on new developments in theory, methods, and 
15 .30 
 
practice of transdisciplinary research
Stephen Fiore (Orlando, US)  
Roderick Lawrence (Geneva, CH) 
ITD-PL5.2  
Closing the conference
16 .50
 

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Notes

Posters

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POSTER SESSION I 
Monday, 7 September 2015
12 .00 – 13 .30
 
Poster Session I
 
Hall 4.1
 
PS1 .001 
Predictors of late diagnosis of HIV among HIV positive adults 
coming for initial CD4 T-cell count to public health facilities, 
Northern Ethiopia 
M .B . Beyene, H .B . Beyene (Addis Ababa, Bahir Dar, ET) 
PS1 .002 
Asymptomatic malaria and associated factors among school 
children in Pawe District, Northwest Ethiopia 
H .B . Beyene, N .F . Telele (Addis Ababa, ET) 
PS1 .003 
Prevalence and clinical features of cutaneous leishmanisis in 
western Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study 
H .B . Beyene, M .D . Degifie (Addis Ababa, Nekemete, ET) 
PS1 .004 
Efficacy of first and second-line antiretroviral therapies in HIV-1 
infected children, a case-control study in Cambodia 
H . Barennes, V . Kang, F . Rouet, Y . Buisson, U . Vibol (Phnom Penh, 
KH; Phnom Penh, Vientiane, LA) 
PS1 .005 
Body fat maldistribution among human immunodeficiency 
virus-infected patients attending care and treatment clinics in 
Dar Es Salaam municipal hospitals 
M .A . Njelekela, R . Mpembeni, N . Ulenga, E . Aris, F . Mugusi (Dar es 
Salaam, TZ; Boston, US) 
PS1 .006 
Genetic diversity and antiretroviral drug resistance among 
drug-naïve HIV type 1 infected patients attending clinics in 
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo 
E .N . Kamangu, A . Chatté, F . Susin, R . Boreux, R .L . Kalala, 
G .L . Mvumbi, P . De Mol, D . Vaira, M .-P . Hayette (Kinshasa, CD; 
Abéché, TD; Liège, BE) 
PS1 .007 
Virological profile of patients infected with HIV starting 
antiretroviral treatment in Kinshasa 
E .N . Kamangu, B .I . Bulanda, B .I . Bongenia, H .T . Botomwito, 
G .L . Mvumbi, P . De Mol, D . Vaira, M .-P . Hayette (Kinshasa, CD; 
Liège, BE) 
PS1 .008 

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