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Berlin Early Stage Researchers Colloquium 2013

 

The Berlin Early Stage Researchers Colloquium on Internet and Society 2013 will be held in Berlin on 21 November. It provides a stage for new perspectives on current issues of Internet and society. Within the trandisciplinary event Ph.D. candidates and post-docs are invited to come together to exchange thoughts and ideas on their current research projects. The Early Stage Researchers Colloquium is part of the Doctoral Programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society and is thematically set up by the the doctoral researchers of the institute. The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung invited young scientists from all disciplines to present their research perspective.

PROGRAMME

09:00 – 09:30Registration
09:30 – 10:30Welcome Address and Keynote
11:00 – 12:30Parallel Sessions (1)
A: Open Science and Open Hardware
B: Censorship and chilling effects: How does the law determine online behaviour?
13:30 – 15:00Parallel Sessions (2)
A: Entrepreneurship: What are the hindering and promoting factors of Internet-enabled entrepreneurship?
B: Slacktivism, activism and protest online. Does the Internet have what it takes to be political?
15:30 – 17:00Parallel Sessions (3)
A: Internet-enabled innovation: New forms of corporate goods, communication and interactions
B: From net neutrality to governance: Points of entry to understanding present-day problems with Internet infrastructure
17:30 – 18:30Concluding Session // Poster Award

The full schedule with all speakers and abstracts can be found on the colloquium’s website.

COLLOQIUM REPORT

Find out more about what happend at the Early Stage Researchers Colloquium 2013 in these two blogposts by our doctoral researchers Stefan Stumpp and Hannfried Leisterer or in the Colloquium Wrap Up.

Stefan StumppInnovation insights into our Early Stage Researchers Colloquium 2013
including the sessions on
Open Science and Open Hardware
Entrepreneurship: What are the hindering and promoting factors of Internet-enabled entrepreneurship?
Internet-enabled innovation: New forms of corporate goods, communication and interactions
Hannfried LeistererSome impressions from the 2013 Early Stage Researchers Colloquium
including the keynote and the sessions on
Censorship and chilling effects: How does the law determine online behaviour?
Slacktivism, activism and protest online. Does the Internet have what it takes to be political?
From net neutrality to governance: Points of entry to understanding present-day problems with Internet infrastructure

VENUE

Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Forum Berlin,
Hiroshimastraße 17, 10785 Berlin, Germany

SIDE EVENTS

Alongside the Colloquium a thematically focused meeting on Chances and Risks of Social Participation as well as working sessions of participants of the Network of Centers (NoC) will take place – guaranteeing fruitful and inspiring discourses across disciplines and research institutions.

Event date

21 Nov 2013 | 9 pm – 6 pm ical | gcal

 

Location

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V.,  Hiroshimastraße 17 ,  10785 Berlin

Contact

Larissa Wunderlich

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