At the upcoming 2016 4S / EASST conference in Barcelona (Aug 31 – Sept 3) there will be three tracks on postphenomenological research. Track 131 (“Science has always been technoscience“, convenor: Don Ihde) addresses the role of technologies in scientific practices. Track 153 (“Hermeneutics: Let Nature and Material Things speak“, convenors: Josette Jacobs and Bart Gremmen ) focuses on hermeneutics and technology. And track 145 (“Technologies, Robots, and Human Identity“, convenor: Peter-Paul Verbeek) investigates human-technology relations and human identity. Don Ihde wrote a short preview at the 4S website, which can be found here.