Am Donnerstag, den 25.11. um 18 Uhr veranstaltet die DE Internationales den nächsten „International Excellence Talk“. Dr. Karen Renaud (Strathclyde University, Schottland) wurd einen virtuellen Vortrag zum Thema „Moving from "Human as Problem" to "Human as Solution" in Cyber Security“ halten. Karen Renaud wurde in der dritten Förderrunde mit dem International Excellence Fellowship ausgezeichnet und wird im nächsten Jahr ans KIT kommen, wo sie in der Arbeitsgruppe von Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer (AIFB) forschen wird.MEHR INFOS
On Thursday, 25 November at 6 pm, the international department will host the next "International Excellence Talk". Karen Renaud (Strathclyde University, Scotland) will give a virtual talk on "Moving from "Human as Problem" to "Human as Solution" in Cyber Security". Karen Renaud was awarded the International Excellence Fellowship in the third funding round and will come to KIT next year, where she will conduct research in the working group of Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer (AIFB).MORE INFORMATION
The Institute for the History of Art and Architecture (IKB) is organizing an online lecture series on the topic of the topology of visualization. In order to determine and denominate different places of agency of visualization, guest from different discourses of knowledge are called upon discussing the idea of visualization which impacts most the character of theories and practices of making visible in their discipline. The upcoming dates are 18/11, 02/12 and 16/12/2021, each from 18:00 - 19:30.
On 28.10.2021, Lars Fischer (editor at spektrum.de and responsible for the science blog SciLogs) held a short workshop on science blogging for the Centre Humans and Technology. One focus was on the topic of how researchers can represent their own opinions in a substantiated way in blog posts.MORE INFORMATION (German)
The real world lab team around Oliver Parodi (ITAS) has received the Joachim Reutter Prize 2021 for Social Innovation for the participatory project "Quartier Zukunft – Labor Stadt". The real world lab is a method for interaction between society and science in order to creat sustainable development paths. The prize money will be used, inter alia, to fund international visiting researchers.MORE INFORMATION (German)
From 30 October to 5 November 2021, the MobiLab will be presented to the general public at the Offerta consumer fair. It will serve as a demonstration object for the Tiny House e.V.. A special show on Tiny Houses will be held in Hall 2 of the Rheinstetten exhibition centre in preparation for the large independent Tiny House exhibition to be held the following year. Subsequently, the MobiLab will be used as a venue for a citizens' dialogue on 6 and 7 November as part of the KARLA project.MORE INFORMATION
On 15 October 2021, a workshop entitled "Scenarios for the use of geothermal energy for a climate-neutral heat supply at KIT Campus North and the surrounding area" was held as part of the GECKO project. Stakeholders, citizens and KIT employees discussed scenarios for the design of the planned geothermal projects in the Hardtwald. This participation process is intended to further advance the realisation of the plant and integrate the safety needs as well as the interests and knowledge of the various stakeholders.
For the first time, the Heidelberg Centre for Education for Sustainable Development has awarded the state-wide education prize "University Teaching for Sustainable Development". Ines Bott, Anne-Sophie Risse (ZAK), Richard Beecroft and Oliver Parodi (MuT) received the second prize for the "Spring Days of Sustainability". Markus Szaguhn, one of the first prize winners from Constance University of Applied Sciences, is now also working at MuT.
The MobiLab is officially put into operation. On this occasion, we would like to invite you to a small, casual opening celebration on Wednesday, 22 September, 3 pm. In addition to a tour of the MobiLab, we will also be happy to exchange ideas about possible forms of use!MORE INFORMATION (PDF / German)
How can Big Data be used for management purposes? The article discusses the advantages of a new form of performance measurement for companies and their employees.MORE
The development strategy, which benefits from scientific cooperation between Karlsruhe and Buenos Aires, addresses three problems: Housing shortage, environmental pollution and unemployment.MORE
Heat generation accounts for 50% of energy consumption in Germany and thus plays a central role in the energy transition to achieve the climate goals. The transdisciplinary GECKO project integrates the local population into the planning of a geothermal plant for KIT.
The KIT Center Humans and Technology, together with the German-French Institute for Environmental Research (DFIU), conducted an online workshop on the topic of "Acceptance of Technical Innovations". Participants were researchers. The aim was to bring together researchers from the EUCOR network who are already working in the field of acceptance of technological innovations or are interested in it. The Center Humans and Technology serves as a platform to further develop this research area and make it more visible.MORE INFO (PDF)
Digitalisation is changing the demands on teams and leaders. Which skills are central to this?MORE
The 20-minute impulse film "Zusammenwirken" (Synergy) provides insights into the use of the research instrument real world lab as well as its possibilities and challenges in the context of social transformation. After the impulse talk and film screening, there will be space for discussions on the impact and possible uses of films as transformation media.MORE
Again this year, the KIT Faculty of Economics is organising its annual celebration as part of the Dialogue Day - Economics & Technology. The focus of the event is the linking of science and practice. A diverse programme on this year's leading topic "The Future of Work" awaits you.MORE
Does the bioeconomy have the potential to provide a way out of the climate crisis? Scientists from the KIT discussed this question at the university’s annual celebration. Dr. Christine Rösch, head of the research group sustainable bioeconomy at ITAS and member of the KIT Center Humans and Technology, was also part of the panel.MORE
On 16 June 2021, young researchers, students and young entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to present their research, ideas or business models in short talks to a jury. The best can join the Falling Walls Conference in Berlin. The deadline for applications is 2 June 2021.MORE