A joint proposal on 'Open data infrastructures - a driver for innovation ecosystems' by professor Rothe and ELIXIR was selected among 600 submissions to host a session at ESOF 2020.
In recent weeks, professor Rothe has held multiple invited speeches and participated in academic discussions on scaling digital innovations.
Together with three postdocs from Freie Universität Berlin, members of the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub visited University of Cambridge to partake in the Enterprise Fair on sustainable growth and growing for sustainability.
MindR is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) analytics solution from Freie Universität Berlin that aims at revolutionizing the Industry of human resource management by helping corporates better recruit qualified employees rapidly and economically. To this end, MindR empowers with the ability to assess job applicants’ personality traits and future job performance from data.
Together with his co-authors Prof. Sirkka Jarpvenpaa (University of Texas at Austin) and Anna Penninger (PhD student at FU Berlin), Prof. Hannes Rothe has won the Claudio Ciborra Award for the most innovative paper at the European Conference on Information Systems 2019 in Stockholm.
In his opening speech, professor Hannes Rothe shared some of the findings of his latest studies as he unravels the relationship between biodata infrastructures and entrepreneurial activities. The conference was held on May 7th, 2019, at the Wellcome Collection in London.
In Kooperation mit dem Center für digitale Systeme (CEDIS) und der Professur Amberg erstellen wir Lehr- und Lernmaterialien zur Einführung in die Systementwicklung (mit Python). Dafür suchen wir derzeit studentische Beschäftigte.
Artificial intelligence start-up Aivy succesfully applied for EXIST Startup Grant. Aivy is for young people who are uncertain about their professional future.
First Towards Health Futures conference has been held in Berlin. Together with Sirkka Jarvenpaa (University of Texas at Austin) and Michael Barrett (University of Cambridge), Hannes Rothe (Freie Universität Berlin) invited 35 experts to Berlin to set the first stepping stone for an international community seeking to reflect the phenomenon of bio data.
We might use different terms now and then - digital learning, e-learning, or blended learning - and consider it the future of education. However, implementing technology effectively into a course is anything but easy. Hannes Rothe published with Patrick Schweighofer, Doris Weitlaner, and Martin Ebner an empirical study asking professionals about the critical success factors of implementing technology-enhanced learning.
Only 9 days left to apply for our course DRS Pro Transfer in Berlin: From April 1st to 5th, you learn how to systematically develop a business from research and explore ways of successful market implementation. Apply now: https://www.fu-berlin.de/sites/drs/phd/services/qualification/pro-transfer/ Post-docs from University of Cambridge , Leopold-Franzens Universität Innsbruck , Université PSL , and University of Glasgow may apply for cost coverage by the p2i Network .
Registration is open. Together, Sirkka Jarvenpaa (University of Texas at Austin), Michael Barrett (University of Cambridge), and Hannes Rothe (FU Berlin) welcome researchers and corporates to Berlin, including keynotes from Professors Brian Pentland (University of Michigan) and Klaus Lindgaard Høyer (University of Copenhagen), Jason Mellad (CEO Start Codon Accelerator), Jessica Vamathevan (European Bioinformatics Institute), and Viola Bronsema (Bio Deutschland).
The postdoc-to-innovators network invites junior researchers from all disciplines to events across Europe. Expand your entrepreneurial mindset, your personal networks, explore career paths, and ways to collaborate with industry, SMEs, and start-ups. Apply for the events in time - travel and accommodation is free.
1. Falls Sie selbst gründen wollen, eine neue Runde im Berliner Startup Stipendium hilft ... 2. Junge Start-up Teams suchen Unterstützung (MitgründerInnen) ... 3. Die Freie Universität hat die neue Gründervilla inkl. Co-Working Space eingeweiht ...
ELIXIR - an intergovernmental research infrastructure provider for bio and health data - celebrated its 5th anniversary in Brussels. They invited Professor Rothe to chair a panel session about Value creation with bio data. He was accompanied by founders and managers from large corporations: Liz Reynolds ( GENERAL BIOINFORMATICS LIMITED ) , Catherine Sirven ( Bayer Crop Science ), Filip Pattyn ( ONTOFORCE ), and Herman van Vlijmen ( The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson ).
Following the invitation of the Postdocs-to-Innovators Network (P2I), six scientists and two members of the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub went to Cambridge and Glasgow. They participated in the Venture Creation Weekend on Genomics and the Enterprise Fair on Biotech. The team of the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub were part of the winning teams at both events.
On November 7th 2018 the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub successfully hosted the event entitled „ Digital Startup Ecosystem on Health and Bio Data “ within the framework of the Berlin Science Week at the Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF). Approximately 50 participants joined Professor Sirkka Jarvenpaa (McCombs School of Business) and Professor Hannes Rothe (Freie Universität Berlin) on their discussion on the influence of interlinked Health Data on entrepreneurial activities. Besides the keynote talk by Professor Jarvenpaa, the evening event invited participants to discuss with panelists from health and bio data infrastructures KV Telematik and ELIXIR as well as the start-up Vivy.
An der Juniorprofessur Rothe suchen wir derzeit studentische Unterstützung für 60 Stunden im Monat. Die Arbeit findet in Kooperation mit dem Digital Entrepreneurship Hub statt.
The chair of professor Rothe is currently looking for a research associate (full time until Oct 2019) at the Digital Entrepreneurship Hub. Among other things, you will explore how researchers may attain a (digital) entrepreneurial mindset. As part of this position, you support researchers at FU Berlin develop entrepreneurial projects. In joint collaboration with international partners (including Cambridge, Glasgow, Innsbruck, Paris, and a number of industry partners) you will help to create an online course. For this purpose, you are asked to talk to founders in Berlin and across Europe.If this challenge sounds attractive to you, get in touch with us:
Following our successful participation at the Berlin Science Week (organized by the Falling Walls Foundation ), Professor Rothe shares his view on the weeklong stream of events in an interview with Campus Leben. The Berlin Science Week tries to tear down walls between science and society. The interview is in German: https://www.fu-berlin.de/campusleben/campus/2018/180827-Interview-Science-Week/