What does smart clothing have to do with patient therapy? How do the issues of trust in digital services and urban traffic come together? The Pairing Research Talks of the Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF) bring together young scientists whose fields of research have nothing in common at first glance. The interdisciplinary format brings together the topics of digital health, digital transformation, electronic textiles and data science.
Following the presentations, the scientists will discuss differences, overlaps and new ideas together. The Pairing Research Talks will be moderated by Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost (UdK Berlin/ECDF) and will take place at the Robert Koch Forum in Wilhelmstraße in Berlin-Mitte.
Date: November 1, 2018, 17.30 hrs
Location: Einstein Center Digital Future, Wilhelmstraße 67, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Event language: German
Prof. Dr. Dr. Felix Balzer
E-Health and Shared Decision Allocation
Charité - University Medicine Berlin/ECDF
Prof. Dr. Daniel Fürstenau
Digital transformation and IT infrastructures
Free University of Berlin/ECDF
Prof. Dr. Berit Greinke
University of the Arts Berlin/ECDF
Prof. Dr. Helena Mihaljević
Analytics with focus on Big Data
University of Applied Sciences Berlin/ECDF
Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner
Trust in digital services
Technical University Berlin/ECDF
The event is open to the public. Please register your participation by October 31, 2018 at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission is free.
Media representatives are cordially invited to attend the event. Please register with Simone Harr (email@example.com).
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About the Einstein Center Digital Future
The Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF) is an interdisciplinary project of the Technische Universität Berlin, the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the Freie Universität Berlin, the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Universität der Künste Berlin. The ECDF sees itself as a cross-university nucleus for researching and promoting digital structures in science, business, and society.