5th Turkish-German Frontiers of Social Science Symposium 2019

List of Sessions

Please note: sessions are listed in non-defined sequence; the final order of sessions will be announced upon arrival!

HOW WILL WE LIVE? – WHAT SPACES WILL WE LIVE IN?

Organizers:

Nadia Alaily-Matter and Lemi Baruh

Digital in the society, democracy, and space: how will the digital revolution change human settlement?

Jan Barski, HCU Hamburg

Smart Mobility as a New Urban Agenda: From Things to Systems

Onur Mengi, Izmir University of Economics

Managing and leading urban space in the digital age? Spatial planners in search for new roles

Christian Lamker, TU Dortmund University

Living with the bias in algorithmic decision making: A critical analysis of location-based profiling

Didem Özkul, University College London

HOW WILL WE LEARN? – THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: REVOLUTION OR DISRUPTION?

Organizers:

Andreas Lingnau and Kristin Sendur

Meaningful Learning with Virtual and Augmented Reality

Raphael Zender, University of Potsdam

For whom and how? – Augmented and virtual reality for learning

Steffi Zander, University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg - Stendal

The New University Model: Flipped, Adaptive, Digital and Active Learning (FADAL)

Caroline Fell Kurban, MEF University

Education 4.0: The Skills Needed for the Future

Diler Öner, Boğaziçi University

HOW WILL WE GROW UP AND GROW OLD? – HOW THE YOUNG AND THE ELDERLY WILL INTERACT WITH AI?

Organizers:

Björn Schuller and Baris Akgün

Responsible AI: Reliability, accountability and privacy

Dorothea Kolossa, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Technological solutions to technology-driven challenges of the changing societies

T. Metin Sezgin, Koç University

Usable Security for the Elderly - How Trends in IT Security will Affect an Ageing Society

Florian Alt, Bundeswehr University Munich

Restoring Mobility via Synergistic Integration of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Technologies

Volkan Patoğlu, Sabancı University

HOW WILL WE WORK? – DIGITAL CAPITALISM AND THE FUTURE OF HUMAN WORK

Organizers:

Alexandra Scheele and Cengiz Acartürk

Brave new digitised world of work? Dimensions of change in work

Mascha Will-Zocholl, Hessische Hochschule für Polizei und Verwaltung Wiesbaden

Gamification of Life, the Future of Work, and the Politics of Ludic Citizenship

Ergin Bulut,Koç University

Digital work organization in elderly care: implications for unequal gendered work pattern

Lena Weber, University of Paderborn

The human as a part of an endless input-process-output (IPO) action loop on the example of Brain-Machine Interface Research in Chronic Stroke Rehabilitation

Melike Şahinol, Orient Institute,İstanbul

Contact

Stephanie Dill
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Markgrafenstraße 37
10117 Berlin
GERMANY

stephanie.dill(at)avh.de

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