ERCIS Lunchtime Seminar

During the semester, we offer our Lunchtime Seminar at the Headquarters each Tuesday from 12.15-12.45. During these seminars, researchers of the ERCIS Headquarters, ERCIS partners, and invited guests provide us with insights into their research.

During summer term 2021, the seminar will take place as Zoom sessions, and will have a focus on topics related to the University of Muenster's Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction". If you would like to be informed about each talk, please add your email address to the form at the bottom of the page.

The list of speakers and topics is as follows:

Date Speaker Organisation Topic
13.04.2021 Prof. Dr. Stefan Seidel University of Liechtenstein

The New Logic of Design: Autonomous Design Tools and Video Game Production

20.04.2021 Prof. Dr. Christian Stöcker HAW Hamburg Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
27.04.2021 Prof. Dr. Stephan von Delft University of Muenster  
04.05.2021 Prof. Dr. Stefano Cresci Institute of Informatics and Telematics (IIT) National Research Council (CNR), Pisa, Italy Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Judit Bayer

Prof. Dr. Bern Holznagel

Budapest Business School, Media Law and International Law

University of Münster, Institute of Information, Telecommunication and Media Law (ITM) Department of Public Law

Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
18.05.2021     Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
01.06.2021 Prof. Dr. Stefan Stieglitz University of Duisburg-Essen RISE_SMA: Reports about a RISE project
08.06.2021     Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
15.06.2021     Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
22.06.2021     Topical Program "Algorithmization and Social Interaction"
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