Pressroom

Opening science, releasing and discussing research results as early as possible – this is our institute’s approach. Our aim is to be a relevant source of information and science.

That’s why the HIIG’s researchers and scientists will be happy to offer you their expert evaluations. We’ll set up meetings and find discussion partners for you. Please send an e-mail to presse@hiig.de or call us at +49(0)30 2007-6082. You can also receive press information by registering for our press distribution list or our regular newsletter.

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Florian Lüdtke

Coordinator Science communication and press

News from the Institute

Exploring Digital Spheres

Our podcast goes into the second round!

How do we hold internet companies accountable? After a summer break, the second season starts with an…

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Open positions at HIIG

Whether as AI trainer, coordinator for science communication or student assistant: Our research institute is looking for…

Brandnew edited volume

Futures of eHealth

New publication edited by HIIG researchers shows previously unimagined possibilities and new ethical challenges of the digitalisation…

Press Releases

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How SMEs successfully tackle digitalisation

A study by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) and Sirius Minds analysed how small and medium-sized enterprises tackle the digital transformation. This press release is…

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DFG supported open access project tests new publication models

Berlin, 13 March 2019 – The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for the Internet and Society (HIIG) and the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics are starting to implement the…

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The HIIG researches the development of the internet from a societal perspective with the aim to better understand the digitalisation of all spheres of life.

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