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Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures

Working across disciplines and faculties, the University of Passau has consistently been investigating another global development since 2011: the effects of digitalisation on society. The success of collaboration in this and many other projects led researchers at the University to develop the key topic of ‘Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures’. 

Projects related to guiding theme 'Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures'

Illustration einer Bankberaterin, die auf einem Bürostuhl sitzt. Die Zeichnung umgibt ein gelber und roter Schimmer, der die berufliche Identität der Frau veranschaulichen soll. Illustration: Isabel Groll
Illustration einer Bankberaterin, die auf einem Bürostuhl sitzt. Die Zeichnung umgibt ein gelber und roter Schimmer, der die berufliche Identität der Frau veranschaulichen soll. Illustration: Isabel Groll

How does it affect employees when they are no longer able to make important decisions in their work themselves, but have...

Conference series Global Data Law

The Research Center for Law and Digitization (FREDI) brought together internationally renowned speakers to discuss and...

A person holds a smartphone in front of a brick wall. On the display, the same image we are looking at appears again. In it again, and so on.
A person holds a smartphone in front of a brick wall. On the display, the same image we are looking at appears again. In it again, and so on.

In an interview, Associate Professor Dr. Jörg Scheffer explains how digitalisation can consolidate existing social...

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Mobility is a megatrend. Each and every one of us would like to and needs to be mobile. Anyone who is not mobile is...

Distinguished keynote series on 'Digital Platform Ecosystems' at the University of Passau
Distinguished keynote series on 'Digital Platform Ecosystems' at the University of Passau
Lecture series

In the distinguished keynote series 'Digital Platform Ecosystems (DPE)', internationally outstanding researchers have...

Wirtschaftsinformatiker Philipp Sleziona und Marketingforscherin Alina Grüner; Foto: Studio Weichselbaumer
Wirtschaftsinformatiker Philipp Sleziona und Marketingforscherin Alina Grüner; Foto: Studio Weichselbaumer
DFG-Project BNDE

Affective reactions—or gut feelings—play a key role in consumer decision-making. Researchers at the University of Passau...

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Distinguished Keynote Series #PassauDPE

Ingmar Weber is going to be Michael Grimm’s guest in our distinguished keynote series ‘Digital Platform Ecosystems’. He...

Prof. Dr. Carolin Häussler und Dr. Patrick Figge
Prof. Dr. Carolin Häussler und Dr. Patrick Figge
Distinguished Keynote Series #PassauDPE

Professor Carolin Häussler und Associate Professor Patrick Figge explain why they are looking forward to their guest...

Prof. Dr. Andreas König
Prof. Dr. Andreas König
Distinguished Keynote Series #PassauDPE

'Studying the human side of adaption to Digital Platform Ecosystems:' Professor Andreas König greeting Professor Saeed...

Professor Andreas König
Professor Andreas König
Distinguished Keynote Series #PassauDPE

Our University's Professor Andreas König explains why he has always been thrilled by Carmelo Cennamo's work, who is...

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