Valerie Tan, M.Sc. commenced work at the Junior Professorship for Digital Transformation and Society as a research associate and doctoral candidate on May 1, 2022. A native of the United States, she previously studied Computer Science (B.S.) at Cornell University's College of Engineering and Media Informatics (M.Sc.) at RWTH Aachen University.
As of March 1, 2022, Miriam Möllers, M.Sc. has joined the Junior Professorship for Digital Transformation and Society as research assistant and doctoral candidate. Previously, she worked as a project coordinator for the Brunswick Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Miriam Möllers earned a Master of Science in European Economic Studies at the University of Bamberg and a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural and Business Studies at the University of Duisburg-Essen.
In the current episode of the podcast "Im Hier und Morgen", Kai Gondlach talks (in German) with Prof. Dr. Benedikt Berger about the deployment and use of AI-based systems in companies. The occasion arose through the soon to be published book "Arbeitswelt und KI 2030", which Kai Gondlach is editing together with Inka Knappertsbusch. For this book, Prof. Dr. Benedikt Berger, together with Dr. Alexander Rühr and Prof. Dr.
The Junior Professorship for Digital Transformation and Society (Prof. Dr. Benedikt Berger) is looking for a research assistant at earliest convenience, but no later than April 1, 2022. The position is associated with the opportunity to pursue a PhD project. Applications can be submitted until November 28, 2021. Further information on the job description and the requirements is available in the job advertisement (in German).
On October 1, 2021, Prof. Dr. Benedikt Berger took up the newly created Junior Professorship for Digital Transformation and Society.
After his Bachelor's and Master's studies in Iserlohn and Mannheim, Benedikt Berger completed his doctorate at LMU Munich. His research focuses on the interfaces between information systems and artificial intelligence as well as on digital products, services, and business models, particularly within the media industry.
The professorship is placed on the ground floor at Leonardo-Campus 11.