Workshop Series on Future Topics Starts at KIT Center Humans and Technology

The KIT Center Humans and Technology is in a process of redefining its priorities and strategies. An online workshop series starting in April 2021 offers space for an open exchange of all interested researchers at KIT.
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Aim of the workshop series

Through the workshops, the core topics of MuT will be jointly developed and synergies of different research perspectives will be brought together. The center serves as a nucleus for research initiatives at the interface of technology and society. The goal is to create an inspiring interdisciplinary discourse space that offers added value to all participants. The topics for the individual workshops are aligned with essential cross-sectional topics of KIT research at the Center Humans and Technology:

Participation is worthwhile

The KIT Center Humans and Technology is there for the research interests of the participants. It supports interdisciplinary cooperations and projects and offers them a home. Especially activities that do not fit into the usual grid of disciplines can benefit from networking and external communication at the center. By participating in one or more of the short workshops, you can give impulses to the profile of the KIT Center Humans and Technology from your own research interests.

The online workshops last 90 minutes each. Input is possible, but not a requirement for participation. In addition to the thematic workshops, we are also planning an open-topic format (open space), for which we welcome suggestions.

Register now!

The team of the KIT Center MuT appreciates your interest. Please contact markus.szaguhn∂ to register.

Current topics of the KIT Center Humans and Technology:

  1. Work and Technology
  2. Health and Technology
  3. Culture and Technology
  4. Environment and Technology
  5. Economy and Technology
  6. Knowledge and Technology

The topics are linked by two cross-cutting issues: