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Juni 2020

Krisentechnologien und Kooperationstechnik

Matthias C. Kettemann is organizing a digital workshop on crisis technologies and cooperation techniques together with Junges Forum: Technikwissenschaften (JF:TEC). The event will take place from 15:00-17:30 on Zoom.

Join us to discuss which technical developments are necessary, which social problems have to be solved and which legal steps have to be taken so that, according to the UN General Assembly in its Corona Resolution of early April 2020, "the unprecedented crisis caused by the COVID 19 pandemic can be alleviated and successfully reversed through leadership and sustainable global cooperation and solidarity."

If you want to join us, please register by sending an email to [email protected]. The link for the event and instructions for participation via social media will be sent out a few days in advance.
About the Event 
"There has never been so much knowledge about our ignorance and about the compulsion to act and live under uncertainty," Jürgen Habermas told the Frankfurter Rundschau at the beginning of April. How can the imponderables of the compulsion to act and regulate under uncertainty be technically cushioned? What role does technology-pooling play? What are the socio-cultural conditionalities of the use of human-centred technology? Is there an innovation-driven pandemic law that promotes a cooperation-oriented, open access-supported corona science revolution? How has technology contributed to overcoming the crisis?

Since its foundation, the Young Forum: Technikwissenschaften (JF:TEC) as an interdisciplinary network of young scientists has set itself the task of developing solutions to the challenges of current and future technology development and design. Time horizons shrink in the crisis, yet members of the JF:TEC take the time to take stock of the first months of technology development in the light of corona in an interdisciplinary view. Innovations must serve to improve the situation of people; in crises the contours of a committed technical science become clear, providing impulses for a necessary dialogue on the interaction between technology, people, society and the environment. The goal of JF:TEC is to contribute to a technology that people really want. In times of corona this has to be complemented: especially a technique and technologies that people really need have to be researched and promoted.
 
Programme
3:00 p.m. Welcome Address by Tobias Redlich (Hamburg), JF:TEC
 
3:10 p.m. Gesellschaftliche Konditionalitäten [Social Conditionalities]
  • Leonie Sieger: Soziotechnische Herausforderungen in der Krisenbewältigung [Socio-Technical Challenges in Crisis Management]
  • Katharina Mosene: Diskriminierungstechnologien und Emanzipationsperspektiven [Technologies of Discrimination and Perspectives for Emancipation]
  • Moderation: Sissy-Ve Basmer-Birkenfeld
 
3:40 p.m. Krisenbewältigungsrecht [Crisis Management Law]
  • Matthias C. Kettemann: Internetzugang als Daseinsvorsorge? Staatliche Pflichten zur Sicherung gesellschaftlicher Teilhabe vor und nach Corona [Internet Access as Public Services? State Obligations to Secure Social Participation before and after Corona]
  • Christoph Sorge:  Datenschutz in Zeiten von Corona [Data Protection in Times of Corona]
  • Moderation: Elke Greifeneder
 
4:10-4:25 p.m. Virtual Coffee Break with Breakout Sessions                      
 
4:25 p.m. Kooperationstechnologien [Cooperation Technologies]
  • Manuel Moritz: Open Source Hardware und verteilte Produktion in Zeiten von Corona [Open Source Hardware and Distributed Production in Times of Corona]
  • Paula Bräuer und Athanasios Mazarakis: Open Access und Anreizsysteme [Open Access and Incentive Systems]
  • Thomas Niendorf und Alexander Liehr: 3D-Druck als Antwort auf die Krise [3D Printing as a Response to the Crisis]
  • Moderation: Walid Maalej
 
5:05 p.m. Joint Final Discussion: Mit menschenzentrierter Technologie in die Postpandemie [With Human-Centred Technology into the Post-Pandemic]
Moderation: Tobias Redlich, JF:TEC
 
5:30 pm. Closing Remarks                 
 
Cooperation Partners
Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin
Sustainable Computing Lab, WU Vienna
Vertretungslehrstuhl für Internationales Recht, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena 
Research Centre “Normative Orders”, Goethe University Frankfurt/Main
ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Kiel
Kiel University
IBI Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Infos zur Veranstaltung

Contact person

PD Mag. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)
Senior Researcher "Regulatory Structures and the Emergence of Rules in Online Spaces"

PD Mag. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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