News and Activities
RTG member Spyridon Boukoros successfully completed his Ph.D.
Spyridon Boukoros successfully completed his disputation for his thesis titled “Multidimensional Privacy Quantification for User Empowerment” on April, 10th. He is, therefore, the 4th full-time student of the RTG to complete his Ph.D. within the ambitious 3-year timeframe. Congratulations.
RTG member Michael Weiler successfully completed his Ph.D.
Michael Weiler successfully completed his disputation in sociology for his thesis titled “The Value and Use of Accumulating Social Capital – New Insights from Social Media Networks” on February 28th. He is, therefore, the 3rd full-time student of the RTG to complete his Ph.D. within the ambitious 3-year timeframe. Congratulations.
Fruitful cooperation between Karola Marky and Marie-Laure Zollinger. go
RTG member Tim Schürmann successfully completed his Ph.D.
Tim Schürmann successfully completed his disputation in psychology for his thesis titled “Evaluation bayesianischer kognitiver Modelle in der Vorhersage menschlichen Verhaltens” on January, 28th. He is, therefore, the 2nd full-time student of the RTG to complete his Ph.D. within the ambitious 3-year timeframe. Congratulations.
Kleine Vortragsreihe „Studentinnen für Wissenschaft begeistern“ startet wieder am 20.11.2018. go
Students had the chance to get to know our RTG PAT during the “Tag der Inderdisziplinarität” (interdisciplinarity day) organized by Forum interdisziplinäre Forschung (FIF)in Darmstadt on November, 5th. go
Marie-Laure Zollinger from the Applied Security and Information Assurance Group (APSIA) at the University of Luxemburg gave talk at our RTG. weiter
RTG PAT contributes to conference of “Forum Privatheit”
Members of RTG PAT gave several talks at yearly interdisciplinary conference of the “Forum Privatheit” entitled “Zukunft der Datenökonomie – Gestaltungsperspektiven zwischen Geschäftsmodell, Kollektivgut und Verbraucherschutz” which took place in Munich from 11.10.2018 – 12.10.2018.
RTG associate Karola Marky visited Keio University Graduate School of Media Design
The RTG associate Karola Marky visited Prof. Kai Kunze at Keio University Graduate School of Media Design (http://www.kmd.keio.ac.jp/realprojects/geist).
Prof. Kunze introduced her to his lab and presented his research on eyewear computing and meta-limbs.
SAVE THE DATE! New Lecture Series: Female Scientists for Female Students
The RTG „Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users“ invites female students to two exciting presentations to give insights into the everydaylife of female scientists.