Female Scientist Lecture Series

The DFG Research Training Group RTG2050 „Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users“ invites female (PhD) students to a series of exciting talks held by female researchers in particular. These talks provide an insight into the everyday professional life of inspiring young female scientists.

Name Topic Date
Dr. Paula Helm (opens in new tab)

(Asst. Prof. for Ethics & Data Science at the University of Amsterdam)
Normative Paradoxes of Privacy and Diversity – Computing Literacy, Choice, and Inclusion in Platform Societies 18.04.2024

10 am

@ TU Darmstadt Main Building, (S1 03, R.08)
Dr. Christine Utz (opens in new tab)

(postdoctoral researcher at the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security in Saarbrücken, Germany)
6 Years After the GDPR: Challenges and Opportunities for More Usable Privacy on the Web and Beyond 08.02.2024

09.50 am

@ TU Darmstadt Main Building, (S1 03, R.221)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexandra Dmitrienko (opens in new tab)

(Head of Secure Software Systems Research Group,
Chair of Software Engineering (Informatik ||), Department of Computer Science, University of Würzburg)
From Advantages to Adversaries:
Safeguarding Security in Federated Machine Learning

11 am

@ TU Darmstadt Main Building, (S1 03, R.08)
Prof. Dr. Alicia von Schenk (opens in new tab)

(Professor for Applied Microeconomics, esp. Human-Machine Interaction, University of Würzburg)
Behavioral economic aspects in dealing with artificial intelligence 15.09.2023

13.30 – 15.30 pm

@ Goethe University Frankfurt, IG-Farben-Haus – IG 1.314 (Eisenhower-Raum)
Prof. Dr. Verena Zimmermann (opens in new tab)

(Assistant Professor for Security, Privacy and Society STB G 19 ETH Zurich)
Humans as the weakest link? – Rethinking the role of humans in cybersecurity 14.02.2023

10.30 am – 12.00 pm
Dr. Karola Marky (opens in new tab) Digital-Sovereign Interaction: Enabling Self-
Determination for Individuals in Digital Spaces
5.00 pm – 6.30 pm

Ass. Prof. Dr Stefanie Roos (opens in new tab)
(TU Delft)
Good Routing Protocols Should Be Like Ninjas: Untraceable and Fast 15.07.2021
Dr. Annika Baumann
(Uni Potsdam)
Closing the Gap(s): Solving the Privacy Paradox
Prof. Dr. Franziska Boehm
(Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
Transparency requirements and the regulation of Algorithms and Blockchain Applications 03.03.2020
Prof. Dr. Kristina Klein (opens in new tab)
(Universität Bremen)
Too Warm or Too Competent – How Ambient Scent Might Affect the Two Trust Dimensions Differently Depending on Service Employees’ Gender 10.12.2018
Prof. Dr. Indra Spiecker (opens in new tab)
(Goethe Universität Frankfurt)
Gegen den Strom: Datenschutz in der Digitalisierung? Gleichzeitig ein Bericht über den Werdegang als Wissenschaftlerin 20.11.2018
Dr. Steffi Haag (opens in new tab)
(TU Darmstadt)
Deviant Affordances:
When Tensions, Deadlocks, and Noncompliance
Generate Performance
Dr. Jetzabel Serna (opens in new tab)
(Goethe Uni FFM)
Privacy enhancing tools to support Internet users in informed privacy decision making 06.02.2018
Dr. Jella Pfeiffer (KIT) Gaze-based Classification of Consumer Information Search Behavior in Physical and Virtual Reality 08.01.2018
Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova (Univ. Potsdam) Emotional Life of Social Media Users: The Bright and the Ugly 01.03.2017
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Delphine Reinhardt (Univ. Bonn) Opportunities and Risks of Crowdsensing 01.02.2017
Dr. Irina Heimbach (TUD) The Impact of Sharing Mechanism Design on Content Sharing in Online Social Networks 07.12.2016