Prof. Dr. Wiegerling is participant at the conference “Big Data made in Germany”

A conference with the topic “Big Data made in Germany” organized by the Berlin University of Applied Sciences will be held on 29 and 30 June 2017 in Berlin. As part of the conference there will be on the second day of the conference a discussion on the topic “How is the next stage of development of Big Data usable?” The panel discussion will be presented by Dr. Sybille Anderl (FAZ) and, among others, Prof. Dr. Klaus Wiegerling, Head of the Working Group on Ethics in the Abida Project, will be part of the panel.


CeBIT 2017 – ABIDA at Hall 6 booth A 18

The project ABIDA (Assessing Big Data) presented its work at CeBIT in Hannover from March 20th until 24th. The Minister of Science and Culture of the State Lower Saxony, Mrs. Heinen-Kljajić, visited the exhibition area and was very interested in the presented BMBF-funded collaborative project. As an interdisciplinary research project, ABIDA endeavors to resolve the tension between the realization of innovation potentials on the one hand, and the protection of individual and social values on the other.


L3S@work introduces ABIDA-project

The ABIDA-project is one of three projects which were chosen to be presented in the current edition of L3S@work. Once a year, the L3S Research Centre releases the paper L3S@work to report on their current work as well as to present projects closely affiliated to their areas of research. Their main research is conducted in the field of fundamental and application-oriented web science.


Veranstaltungsankündigung: erste Smart Data Innovation Conference

Vom 12. bis zum 13. Oktober 2016 findet am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie die erste Smart Data Innovation Conference statt. Veranstalter dieser Konferenz ist das Smart Data Innovation Lab (SDIL), eine vom Karlsruher Institut für Technologie geschaffene Plattform, die verschiedenste Forschungsprojekte durch die Bereitstellung von Software und Hardware unterstützt. Am ersten Tag der Konferenz können sich die Big Data Forscher über die einzelnen Projektergebnisse austauschen.


Big Data All-Hands-Meeting in Dresden

Am 02. und 03. Juni 2016 organisieren die beiden Big Data Kompetenzzentren ScaDS Dresden/Leipzig und das Berlin Big Data Center in Dresden das Big Data All –Hands- Meeting. Bei diesem Vernetzungsworkshop treffen sich Big Data Experten zum themenbezogenen Austausch über den aktuellen Forschungsstand der verschiedenen Projekte im Themenbereich Big Data und Smart Data.