Vortragsreihe HS 22: "Digital Worlds"

Das Thema der zweiten Campus Oerlikon Vortragsreihe lautet "Digital Worlds: Research on Digitalization and Digitalized Research". Sie findet an drei Abenden im Herbstsemester 2022 statt. Die Veranstaltungssprache ist Englisch.

digital

 

Hier finden Sie das Programm:

Wednesday, 28th September 2022

 

Affolternstrasse 56

Room: AFL-F-121

 

18.30 - 18.35

welcome address

18.35 - 19.00

Digitalization and the sharing economy

(Maria Pouri, Department of Informatics)

19.00 - 19.25

Teaching the Machine to Read Historical Manuscripts

(Phillip Ströbel, Department of Computational Linguistics)

19.25 - 19.50

The role of XAI in supporting users in the digital world

(Ibrahim Al Hazwani, Department of Informatics)

19.50 - 20.15

Challenges of Our Digitalized Everyday Life – Before and After Covid-19

(Kiran Kappeler, Department of Communication and Media Research)

20.15

Apéro

 

Tuesday, 25th October 2022

 

Andreasstrasse 15

Room: AND-4-06

 

18.30 - 18.35

welcome address

18.35 - 19.00

Stabilitas in Progressu: Digitalization in the Monastic Organization

(Jan Danko, Department of Sociology)

19.00 - 19.25

Autonomous drones

(Davide Scaramuzza, Department of Informatics)

19.25 - 19.50

A digital research tool to study dynamic developmental processes in children: The «kleineWeltentdecker App»

(Moritz Daum, Department of Psychology,

Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development)

19.50 - 20.15

Stop Hate Speech – Countering Online Hate in Switzerland

(Karsten Donnay, Department of Political Science)

20.15

Apéro

 

Thursday, 24th November 2022

 

Binzmühlestrasse 14

Room: BIN-0-K.02

 

18.30 - 18.35

welcome address

18.35 - 19.00

Deepfakes: High-tech illusions to trick the human brain

(Sascha Frühholz, Department of Psychology)

19.00 - 19.25

Semi-automatic curation of implicit knowledge

(Roy Rutishauser, Department of Informatics)

19.25 - 19.50

Scan2Screen – A scientific approach to the digitalization of film colours

(David Pfluger, Department of Film Studies)

19.50 - 20.15

Understanding Team Productivity: Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data on Collaborative Software Projects

(Ingo Scholtes, Department of Informatics)

20.15

Apéro