3rd Weizenbaum Conference, 4-5 June 2020

Poster Session

The following papers have been accepted to be presented at the Poster Session on Friday, 17 May 2019: 11.00–11.45

  • Benjamin Wagner Vom Berg and Mahyar Moradi (University oAS Bremerhaven): „Sustainable Labor Conditions in the Gig-Economy – Casestudy: Sustainable Crowdlogistics (NaCl)“
  • Olga Levina (FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik): „Digital Platforms and Digital Inequality – An Analysis from Information Ethics Perspective“
  • Heiner Heiland (TU Darmstadt): „The Reproduction and Restructuring of Inequality through Platforms“
  • Malte Teichmann, Julia Matthiessen and Gergana Vladova (University Potsdam | Weizenbaum Institute): „You are too old (not) to Learn – A Critical Reconsideration of Older Employees“
  • Athanasios Karafillidis (Helmut Schmidt University): „Signaling Stigma. How Support Technology Induces bodily Inequalities in Interaction“
  • Gergana Vladova (University of Potsdam | Weizenbaum Institute) and Philip Wotschack (WZB Berlin Social Science Center | Weizenbaum Institute): „Unequal Training Participation and Training Experience at the Digital Work Place – An Interdisciplinary Study“
  • Alexandra Wicht (Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences), Stephen Reder (Portland State University) and Clemens M. Lechner (Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences): „Sources of Individual Differences in Adults‘ Digital Skills“
  • Judith Junker (FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik): „Exploration into Qualification Transformation of Employees Working with Decision-Support-Systems“
  • Sonja Schimmler (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society), Fabian Kirstein (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society), Sebastian Urbanek (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society), Hannes Wünsche (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute) and Manfred Hauswirth (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society) | TU Berlin): „Growing Open Science with the Combined Potential of Citizen Science and Auto Science“
  • Hannes Wünsche (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute) and Sonja Schimmler (Fraunhofer FOKUS | Weizenbaum Institute): „Citizen Science and the Dissolution of Inequalities in Scientific Knowledge Production“
  • Knut Linke and André von Zobeltitz (University of Applied Sciences Weserbergland): „Influence of Informatization on Working Activities in the Information Technology – An Approach for an Analysis Framework of Labor Capacity“
  • Haeseon Yun, Albrecht Fortenbacher and Pedro Scaff (HTW Berlin): „Visualisation of Learning Process and Learner’s Emotions: Current State, Limitations and Future Work“