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Die ProfessorInnen Janina Sundermeier, Hannes Rothe und Yolande Chan hosten Track "Addressing Diversity in Digitalization" auf der 55. Hawaiian Conference on System Sciences (01/22)

In this mini track, we invite scholars to advance our theoretical knowledge on the digital impact on diversity, i.e. on inclusive design and application processes, practices and routines of organizing data and information systems that consider the role of diversity, and the influence of diversity in shaping the role, usage, and design of digital technologies. We are open towards diverse methodological and theoretical approaches and welcome contributions from scientists and practitioners likewise.

23.02.2021 | Prof. Dr. Janina Sundermeier

Managing the Dynamics of Platforms and Ecosystems (HICSS minitrack)

We are delighted to invite papers and participation to our HICSS-55 minitrack on ‘Managing the Dynamics of Platforms and Ecosystems’. The minitrack follows our six years of successful exploration of this topic since HICSS-49 (see Russell et al. 2021).

18.02.2021 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

Campus.leben: Mit den Kunstgeiern durch die Krise

Im Finale des 29. Funpreneur-Wettbewerbs der Freien Universität Berlin wurden Geschäftsideen von Studierenden ausgezeichnet.

08.02.2021 | Professur für Betriebswirtschaftslehre

Wir suchen 2 stud. Hilfskräfte mit Interesse an Startups

Wir suchen zwei Studierende, die uns bei einer Studie zu Biotech-Startups in Berlin und Cambridge unterstützen. Gemeinsam untersuchen wir die geringe Gründungsdynamik im BioTech und laborbasiertem HealthTech in Berlin.

02.02.2021 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship

More labs for more start-ups in the capital region?

Conditions for start-ups in the field of biotechnology are the focus of a study by scholars from Digital Entrepreneurship Hub at Freie Universität Berlin. The aim of the study is to develop an optimized transfer system between science, administration and business that is tailored to the specifics of Berlin's biotechnology sector. Results are expected by the end of September 2021 and are to be incorporated into the so-called "Master Plan Industrial City Berlin," i.e., measures to promote Berlin's industry. The study is being led by Prof. Dr. Hannes Rothe.

22.12.2020 | Assistant professor for Educational Service Engineering & IT-Entrepreneurship