The Munich Center for Internet Research initiates discussions about the relationship between the internet and the society with an interactive lecture series of international experts. It aims to constructively involve all parts of the society.
We invite you to follow the series of lectures, suggest ideas, propose questions and discuss with us.
Prominent international speakers discuss different aspects of the interplay of digitization and society on a monthly basis.
Speakers are among others:
Prof. Alessandro Acquisti, Professor for Information Technology and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Prof. Wendy Hall, Expert for Internettechnologies and Semantic Web, University of Southampton
Prof. Helen Nissenbaum, Expert for Privacy and Online Trust, New York University
Prof. Pamela Samuelson, Expert for Digital Copyright and Cyberlaw, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Peter Schaar, Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (2003-2013)
Dr. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO Bosch Software Innovations GmbH
Prof. Heidi Schelhowe, Professor for Digital Media, University Bremen
Prof. Ravi Sandhu, Experte für Cyber Security (ICS), University of Texas at San Antonio
Prof. Eric von Hippel, Professor of Innovation Management, MIT Sloan School of Management and Professor of Engineering Systems, MIT
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4th Crowdinvesting Symposium
04.11.2016 the 4th Crowdinvesting Symposium „Financial Decision Making and the Internet“ takes place at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich.
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