Diginomics Brownbag

During the lecture period, the Diginomics Research Group meets weekly for the "Diginomics Brownbag Seminar". During the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar, renowned researchers from top international universities and members of the Diginomics Group present their research on the digitalization of labor, capital and product markets.

The "Diginomics Brownbag" event series is also transmitted via Zoom in the summer semester 2024. If you would like to access the Zoom meetings, we invite you to subscribe to our newsletter here. You can find our program for the summer term as a PDF here.

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2024

10. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Kick-Off
17. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090The Role of Avatars in Digital Mental Health Interventions: Taxonomy Development and ArchetypesScott Thiebes
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
24. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Internal Research Session*
08. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Breaking Through the Ad Clutter: The Role of Viewability and Ad CharacteristicsLara Lobschat
Maastricht University
15. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1070AI Based RoboticsFrank Kirchner
22. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Internal Research Session*
29. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Crafting Sustainable Mobile Experiences: A UI/UX Design Exploration for Knowledge Exchange Using IDEO's Human Centered Design ProcessPetyo Budakov
XU Exponential University of Applied Sciences
05. June 14:00 pmZoomData Driven Workforce Supply Chains: Responding to AI Induced ChangesRamayya Krishnan
Carnegie Mellon University
12. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Investigating the Emergence and Consequences of Consumer Skepticism toward Web SealsSebastian Lins
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
19. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Internal Research Session*
26. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090It’s Significant! …Or Not? Registered Reports: A New Route to Publishing Rigorous Research in Management & OBFabiola Gerpott
Otto Beisheim School of Management
03. July 12:00 pmRoom CART Rotunde - 0.67Diginomics Summer Conference
*reflection of previous talks and discussions of ongoing Diginomics PhD projects

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2023/2024

18. October 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Kick-Off
24. October 04:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1020The Morning After: Late-night TV Shows and the Stock MarketQingwei Wang
University of Cardiff
25. October 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Indulge in Redemption? When and Why Customers Uptrade in Cashback Loyalty ProgramsMaren Becker
ESCP Europe
01. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Internal Research Session*
22. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Managing the Flexibility-Stability Paradox in Digital Platforms through Practices of Flexibilization and Practices of StabilizationUlrike Schultze
University of Groningen
29. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Internal Research Session*
13. December 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Understanding Dynamics of Spiritually Motivated Crowd: An application of multi-source data from World's largest Human Gathering, Kumbh MelaAshish Verma
Indian Institute of Science (IISC)
20. December 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Internal Research Session*
10. January 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Would you trust an AI colleague? Disentangling trust in human-AI teamingAnna-Sophie Ulfert-Blank
Eindhoven University of Technology
17. January 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Precariousness within the Traditional and the Online Labor MarketAnnabelle Hofer
University of Cologne
TBARoom WiWi2 F4090Mining and Matching Videos: Leveraging a Multimodal Machine Learning Approach for Emotional Congruency TargetingJulian Wichmann
University of Cologne
31. January 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Internal Research Session*
*reflection of previous talks and discussions of ongoing Diginomics PhD projects

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2023

21. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Where are These Future of Which We Speak?Dirk Hovorka
The University of Sydney
28. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Trick or Treat? The Stock Market Impact of Fake ReviewsThomas Scholdra
University of Cologne
10. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Internal Research Session*
17. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090"It is just a machine - why should it be unfair?" Expectations regarding algorithmic fairness in personnel selectionMarkus Langer
Philipps-University Marburg
24. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Industry 5.0: Benefits, Challenges and Customer CommunicationMatthias Klumpp
University of Bremen
31. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Translating the experience of editing a journal into practical tips about the IS field and about publishingFred Niederman
Saint Louis University
07. June 12:00 pmvia ZoomDesigning for digital transformation in a society of smartness: Conceptual cornerstones, design implications, and the road aheadLauri Wessel
European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
14. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Internal Research Session*
21. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090The mind and the machine: The interplay between AI algorithms and workers' social cognitionRoman Briker
Maastricht University
28. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Leveraging textual data extracted from social media for research purposes in OBHRMShuai Yuan
University of Amsterdam
05. July 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Internal Research Session*
12. July 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Revisiting SEA Effectiveness: Evidence from Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA)Alexander Bleier
Frankfurt School of Finance & Mangement
*reflection of previous talks and discussions of ongoing Diginomics PhD projects

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2022/2023

19. October 12:00 pmvia ZoomAn Empirical Model of Mobile App CompetitionKohei Kawaguchi, Ph.D.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
26. October 12:15 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Stop and Smell the Rose: Integrating Conceptualizations of Digital Inequality to Achieve Digital EqualityProf. Dr. Benjamin Müller
Diginomics Research Group
02. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090 Causal Discovery Algorithms in Strategic Management ResearchProf. Dr. Paul Hünermund
Copenhagen Business School
9. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Natural Language ProcessingMatthies Hesse
Diginomics Research Group
16. November 03:00 pmvia ZoomExploitation and Exploration: Improving Search Precision on E commerce PlatformsWei Zhou
University of Arizona
23. November 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090On Healthy (Self --)leadership in the Context of Workplace FlexibilityDr. Katharina Klug
University of Bremen, Diginomics Research Group
30. November 12:00 pmvia ZoomEntry into Open Source: Evidence from Web BrowsersJérémie Haese
University of Lausanne
05. December tba.tba.Scoping around and Reflecting on Boundary Conditions in Information Systems Research: the Case of Research on Small and Medium OrganisationsDr. Andreas Drechsler
Victoria University of Wellington
07. December 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Cryptocurrencies - Non-Standard Errors in Asset Pricing ResearchSteffen Günther
Diginomics Research Group
14. December 12:00 pmvia ZoomLabor Market Effects of Service Offshoring: Synthetic Control Approach with High Dimensional MicrodataDr. Otto Kässi
Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Etla Research
21. December 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090The Right of Access to Personal Data Are Employees Sufficiently Protected?Sina Häusler
University of Bremen
11. January 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Peer Effects of Star Turnovers on Multi Sided Content Platforms: Evidence from NinjaDr. Dominik Gutt
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
18. January 12:00 pmvia ZoomThe Future of Work, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation Psychological Implications for EmployeesAntonia Sureth and Dr. Jens Nachtwei
HU Berlin
25. January 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090Rocket Science and Innovation SpilloversDaniel Vrankar
University of Bremen
01. February 12:00 pmRoom WiWi2 F4090The Drivers of Digitalization in German RegionsDr. Ann Hipp and Enno Kohlisch
University of Bremen, Diginomics Research Group, IW Köln

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2022

20. April 12:00 pmvia ZoomFacebook Shadow ProfilesProf. Dr. Christian Peukert
University of Lausanne (HEC)
27. April 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100Expanding Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Boundaries with Digital Architecture: A Resource PerspectiveAccounting – From Micro to MacroLeon Marquardt
Diginomics Research Group
04. May 11:00 amvia ZoomArtificial Intelligence for a Better Future - An Ecosystem Perspective on the Ethics of AI and Emerging Digital TechnologiesProf. Dr. Bernd Carsten Stahl
De Montfort University
11. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100Artificial Intelligence, Surveillance and BehaviorDavid Karpa
Diginomics Research Group
18. May 4:00 pmvia ZoomBehavioral Advertising and Consumer Welfare: An Empirical InvestigationProf. Dr. Alessandro Acquisti
Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University
25. May 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100What Determines Public Support for Big Data Governance Solutions? Experimental Evidence from RussiaOlga Masyutina
Diginomics Research Group
01. June 12:00 pmvia ZoomThe Future of Remote Work – What We Can Learn From Job PostingsJean-Victor Alipour
ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
08. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100Machine Learning Goes Global: Cross-Sectional Return Predictability in International Stock MarketsDaniel Metko
Diginomics Research Group
15. June 12:00 pmvia ZoomProf. Dr. Lauri WesselA Processual Approach to Data Quality: 'Task-based Tuning' in a Professional Organization
European University Viadrina
22. June 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100Self-Quantification: Definition, Evolution and PerspectivesCharlotte Pietschmann
Diginomics Research Group
29. June 5:00 pmvia ZoomDigitalization with DignityProf. Dr. Dorothy Leidner
Baylor University
06. July 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100(Artificial) Empathy in Digital CommunicationLisa-Marie Seyfried
Diginomics Research Group
13. July 12:00 pmvia ZoomOpportunities and Pitfalls of Applied Machine Learning in Entrepreneurship ResearchDr. Jermain Kaminski
Maastricht University
20. July 12:00 pmRoom WiWi1 A1100Verbal Cues from a Chatbot – The Interplay Between Language and Self-regulationMirko Wiemann
Diginomics Research Group

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2021/2022

20. October 12:00 pmvia ZoomPlatform Competition in the Tablet PC Market: The Effect of Application QualityDr. Franco Mariuzzo
University of East Anglia
27. October 12:00 pmRaum WiWi2 F4090 and via ZoomAccounting – From Micro to MacroMatthies Hesse
Diginomics Research Group
03. November 12:00 pmvia ZoomDehumanization in the IoT: Experiential Consequences of Syntactically Constricted Human-Machine InteractionProf. Dr. Christian Hildebrand
University of St.Gallen
10. November 12:00 pmRaum WiWi2 F4090 and via ZoomAdaptable AutomationMichèle Rieth
Diginomics Research Group
17. November 12:00 pmvia ZoomConsiderations on Reputation PortabilityProf. Dr. Timm Teubner
FU Berlin
24. November 12:00 pmvia ZoomHow Do Workers Adjust When Firms Adopt New Technologies?Dr. Terry Gregory
Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)
01. December 12:00 pmvia ZoomData Donations for Digital Contact-Tracing: Short- and Long-term Effects of Monetary IncentivesDr. Daniel Schnurr
University of Passau
08. December 12:00 pmvia ZoomArtificial Intelligence, Surveillance, and Big DataProf. Dr. Michael Rochlitz
Diginomics Research Group
15. December 12:00 pmvia ZoomAre We Moving Towards a Borderless Labour Market? National Institutions vs. Digital Platforms for Remote WorkProf. Dr. Vili Lehdonvirta
University of Oxford
22. December 12:00 pmvia ZoomThe Relevance of Accounting Information and the Cross-Section of Equity Market ReturnsDaniel Metko
Diginomics Research Group
05. January 12:00 pmvia ZoomE-Working, Loneliness, and the Role of PersonalityProf. Dr. Julia Kensbock
University of Bremen
12. January 12:00 pmvia ZoomAlone at Home: The Impact of Social Distancing on Norm-consistent BehaviorProf. Dr. Sabrina Jeworrek
Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH)
19. January 12:00 pmvia ZoomDo Retail Investors Value Environmental Impact? A Lab-in-The-Field Experiment with CrowdfundersProf. Dr. Lars Hornuf
Diginomics Research Group
26. January 12:00 pmCanceled
02. February 12:00 pmvia ZoomReputation Portability and Platform CompetitionEliza Stenzhorn
University of Bremen

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2021

14. April 4 p.m.via ZoomIT Knowledge Spillovers, Absorptive Capacity, and Productivity: Evidence from Enterprise SoftwareProf. Dong Jun Wu, Ph.D.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business
21. April 12 p.m.via ZoomInvestors‘ Financial Attitudes and Robo-Advice: A Research DesignMaximilian Horn
University of Bremen
28. April 12 p.m.via Zoom Self-Control, Robo-Advice, and Borrowing Decisions: Evidence from Field Experiments Dr. Tobin Hanspal
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
05. May 12 p.m.via ZoomDeveloping Theoretical Perspectives Towards Dynamic Performance Management System Using Library Research and Machine Learning TechniquesDebarshee Bhardwaj
University of Bremen
12. May 12 p.m.via ZoomFrom Lock-in to Transformation: A Morphogenetic Theory of Emerging Technology and OrganizingProf Dr. Jan Recker
University of Hamburg
19. May 12 p.m.via ZoomDeep Learning in Predicting Takeover TargetsDaniel Metko und Gül Yüksel
University of Bremen, Diginomics Research Group
26. May 12 p.m.via ZoomShowing Life Opportunities: Increasing Opportunity-Driven Entrepreneurship and STEM Careers Through Online Courses In SchoolsDr. Igor Asanov
University of Kassel
02. June 12 p.m.via ZoomThe “Life Cycle” of Pioneer Communities: The Emergence and the Decline of the Quantified Self and Maker MovementsProf. Dr. Andreas Hepp
University of Bremen
09. June 12 p.m.via ZoomAcceptance of Data Sharing in Smartphone Apps from Key Industries of the Digital TransformationJanis Cloos
Clausthal University of Technology
16. June 12 p.m.via ZoomDigiLoOp - Digital Decision Support for Logistics & Operations ManagementFabian Siekmann
University of Bremen
23. June 9 a.m.via ZoomThe Digital Agenda: A SMART Work Design PerspectiveProf. Sharon Parker, Ph.D.
Curtin University, Future of Work Institute
30. June 12 p.m.via ZoomAn Unstructured Big Data Approach for Country Logistics Performance Assessment in Global Supply ChainsProf. Dr. Aseem Kinra
Diginomics Research Group
07. July 2 p.m.via ZoomSituation Awareness and Decision Making in the Real World: Information Attack, Social Media and Cognitive ResistanceDr. Mica Endsley
SA Technologies
14. July 12 p.m.via ZoomThe Social Dilemma of Big Data: Donating Personal Data to Promote Social WelfareProf. Dr. Lars Hornuf
Diginomics Research Group

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2020/2021

28. October 12:00 pmMachine Learning in Stock Return PredictionDaniel Metko
Diginomics Research Group
04. November 11:30 amDesigning Process Guidance Systems Supporting Individual’s Process Knowledge and Process ExecutionProf. Dr. Stefan Morana
Universität des Saarlandes
11. November 12:00 pmCybersecurity and Data Privacy from an Interdisciplinary Perspective: Requirements, Demands and Measures
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Evren Eren (Hochschule Bremen); Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker (Uni Bremen), Sven Müller (DB Systel GmbH); Dr. Michael Stadermann (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)
18. November 12:00 pmStarting New by Fitting In: FinTech Startup Endorsements by Analysts
Dr. Milan Klus
Diginomics Research Group
25. November 12:00 pmPublics as Authoritarian Input Institutions: How Digital Criticism Contributes to the Stabilization of Non-Democratic RuleDr. Florian Töpfl
University of Passau
02. December 12:00 pmModern Forms of Digital AdvertisingProf. Dr. Maik Eisenbeiß
Diginomics Research Group
09. December 12:00 pmQuantified Self and Self-Tracking Technologies: An Application in Health Care Prof. Dr. Jan Klein
Tilburg University
16. December 12:00 pm
Digitalization of Management Information Flow in the Supply Chain of Retail Companies in Cameroon
Diginomics Research Group
06. January 12:00 pmSupply Chain Management Aspects and Data Analytics Practices for Emergency Situations: a study of the UK Retail Sector
Prof. Dr. Thanos Papadopoulos
University of Kent
13. January 12:00 pmCommittee Decision-Making under the Threat of LeaksProf. Dr. Sebastian Fehrler
University of Bremen; Socium
20. January 16:00 pmDeep Learning in Asset Pricing
Prof. Dr. Markus Pelger
Stanford University
27. January 12:00 pmLet’s Talk Digital Infrastructure: The Digital Reordering of Rights, Networks, and Community
Prof. Dr. Carsten Sørensen
London School of Economics and Political Science
03. February 12:00 pmInitial Coin Offerings: A Systematic Literature Review Based on Topic Modeling
Theresa Kück
Diginomics Research Group
10. February 12:00 pmCrypto Hedge Funds
Dr. Paul Momtaz
UCLA Anderson School of Management
17. February 12:00 pmLock-In Effects in Online Labor Markets
Fabrizio Ciotti and Eliza Stenzhorn
Université catholique de Louvain /University of Bremen

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2020

22. April 12:00 p.m.Patent Management in Times of Blockchain TechnologyNils Denter
Diginomics Research Group
6. May 12:00 p.m.Digital Incubators - A Chance to Overcome Entrepreneurs' Resource GapsTatevik Narimanyan
Diginomics Research Group
13. May 12:00 p.m.Conversational AI as an companion-tool to create new Ideas and Innovations based on the Sustainable Development Goals
Frederike Bursee
Diginomics Research Group
20. May 12:00 p.m.Cryptocurrencies in Finance
Steffen Günther
Diginomics Research Group
27. May 12:00 p.m.Energy Revolution, Digitalization and Labor Markets: The Impact on Growth and DistributionPhilipp Hohn
Diginomics Research Group
3. June 12:00 p.m.Generativity and Growth in Digital PlatformsProf. Dr. Daniel Fürstenau
Freie Universität Berlin
10. June 12:00 p.m.Introduction to Brand Loyalty in Voice ShoppingNastaran Taherparvar
Diginomics Research Group
17. June 12:00 p.m.
Raising Task State Awareness in Teams by means of Augmented Reality
Prof. Dr. Annette Kluge
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
24. June 12:00 p.m.A Preference for Revision Absent Objective Improvement
Ximena Garcia-Rada
Harvard University
1. July 12:00 p.m.Digital X and Digital PracticeAbayomi Baiyere, PhD
Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School
16. July 12:00 p.m.Automation, Employment, and Wages: Is This Time Different?
Prof. Dr. Melanie Arntz
ZEW Mannheim und Universität Heidelberg

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in winter semester 2019/2020

16. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Robots and FirmsProf. Dr. Michael Koch
Aarhus University
23. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Can Television Reduce Xenophobia? The Case of East GermanyProf. Dr. Lars Hornuf
Diginomics Research Group
30. October 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090"Aber das Programm hat gesagt..." - Management-Entscheidungen, Künstliche Intelligenz und Big Data AnalyticsDr. Veronica Hoch
Ruhr-University of Bochum
06. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Lock-in Effects in Online Labor MarketsEliza Stenzhorn
DFG Group Crowdsourcing as a New Form of Organizing Labor Relations
13. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Investor vs. Investment Return: The Curious Case of Systematic Investment StrategiesDr. Moritz Heiden
20. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Social Dilemma of Big DataKirsten Hillebrand
University of Bremen
27. November 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Algorithm Aversion in Financial InvestingProf. Dr. Christoph Merkle
Kühne Logistics University
12. December 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090AI as Information Infrastructure and the Future of FirmsProf. Youngjin Yoo
Case Western Reserve University
18. December 12 p.m.
Room WiWi2 F4090Digitalisierung in Business InkubatorenTate Narimanyan
Diginomics Research Group
08. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Location Based TargetingProf. Dr. Martin Spann
LMU Munich
15. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Development of Personality Traits in Work Context: What Role Does Gainful Employment, in Particular Digitization, Management Behavior and Social Employment Relations, Play in The Development of Personality Traits?Martina Schaper
University of Bremen
23. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Automation, Employment, and Wages: Is This Time Different?Prof. Dr. Melanie Arntz
ZEW Mannheim and University of Heidelberg
29. January 12:00 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Race for Technological Leadership in Artificial IntelligenceMatheus Eduardo Leusin
Diginomics Research Group

Diginomics Brownbag Seminar in summer semester 2019

03. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Risk Simulations in Online Financial AdviceProf. Dr. Stefan Zeisberger
University of Zurich
Radbound University
10. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Which Preferences Have Crowdworkers?
A Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis
Lisa Nagel
DFG Group Crowdsourcing as a New Form of Organizing Labor Relations
17. April 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Democratizing Algorithmic Fairness, or Why Automated Decison-Making is PoliticalDr. Pak-Hang Wong
University of Hamburg
24. April 12 p.m.RoomWiWi2 F4090Smart Grids meet Average Consumers
An Experimental Study on the Behavioral Consequences of Flexible Energy Provision
Dr. Thomas Lauer
University of Cologne
08. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Identifying Fraud in Initial Coin OfferingsTheresa Kück
Diginomics Research Group
15. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Data Science and StatisticsPD Dr. Theo Berger
University of Bremen
22. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090The Race for Technological Leadership in Atificial IntelligenceMatheus Eduardo Leusin
Diginomics Research Group
Robotversity Management: The Potential of Human-Robotics-Teams in Tomorrow's Wolrd of WorkDenis Pijetlovic
Diginomics Research Group
29. May 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Demystifying "Blockchain": Clearing up Common Misconceptions and MythsMichel Rauchs
Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance
University of Cambridge
05. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Digitale Geldanlage: Money and ModelsProf. Dr. Stefan Mittnik
LMU Munich
12. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Does Monetary Policy Matter for the German 'Hausmarkt'? Evidence based on ImmobilienScout24Prof. Dr. Torben Klarl
Diginomics Research Group
19. June 6 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Learning from Social StreamsProf. Dr. Eirini Ntoutsi
Leibnitz University Hannover and L3S Research Center
26. June 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Artificial Intelligence and Firm Growth - Catch-up processes of SMEs through integrating AI into the knowledge baseAlexander Kopka
Diginomics Research Group
How to Get Them to TalkHendrik Hinrichs
Diginomics Research Group
03. July 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090Design and Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems
Challenges and Recent Developments
Prof. Dr. Rolf Drechsler
University of Bremen and German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence
10. July 12 p.m.Room WiWi2 F4090New Competence Requirements in Organizations due to DigitizationMichèle Rieth
Diginomics Research Group