New Lecture Series on „Aspects of the Digital Transformation“

  • 2018-10-01
  • Research
  • CIS
  • Social Responsibility

The Centre for Informatics and Society (CIS) of the Faculty of Informatics is announcing a public lecture series on aspects of the Digital Transformation.

The Digital Transformation describes the fundamental changes society is currently undergoing due to the rapid and ubiquitous adaptation of digitial tools and technologies. Be it governance in the form of e-Democracy, search engines and the values they carry within their design and vision or the impact of new, data-driven business models on scientific inquiry: the impact of the Digital Transformation is as varied as it is ubiquitous.

Bridging the gap between digital technologies and their impact on society, the lectures cover a wide range of topics, from designing for quality of life in the digital age to the politics of search engines. International academics present multiple facets of the Digital Transformation related to their research.

Schedule

Prof. Gerhard Fischer Exploring Design Trade-Offs for Quality of Life in Human-Centered Design October 22nd, 2018 at 17:00 at the Kontaktraum

Prof. Ehud Shapiro Computational Foundations for e-Democracy November 12th, 2018 at 17:00 at the Zemanek HS

Prof. Klaus Kornwachs Data – Interests – Ontologies: How business models distort science December 10th, 2018 at 17:00 at the Kontaktraum

Dr. Astrid Mager Visions and values in European search engine design January 21st, 2018 17:00 at the Kontaktraum

More detailed information will be announced at lectures.cisvienna.com shortly.

Information

Registration via email is recommended due to limited space. The lectures are free and open to the general public and will be held in English. Questions and discussion with the speakers are encouraged after the lectures, and refreshments will be provided after the lectures as well.

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