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Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures

Working across disciplines and faculties, the University of Passau has consistently been investigating another global development since 2011: the effects of digitalisation on society. The success of collaboration in this and many other projects led researchers at the University to develop the key topic of ‘Digitalisation, Networked Society and (Internet) Cultures’. 

Welche Regeln gelten in digitalen Märkten? Zu diesem Thema forscht der Wirtschaftsinformatiker Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer.
Welche Regeln gelten in digitalen Märkten? Zu diesem Thema forscht der Wirtschaftsinformatiker Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer.
DFG project

A new DFG project investigates market mechanisms and their regulation in the digital platform economy: Professor Krämer...

Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer im Gespräch über datengetriebene Geschäftsmodelle und digitale Plattform-Ökonomie
Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer im Gespräch über datengetriebene Geschäftsmodelle und digitale Plattform-Ökonomie
Platform economy

Professor Jan Krämer examines market power in the digital platform economy. His analyses show that users may not be the...

Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer (links) und Prof. Dr. Andreas König im Gespräch.
Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer (links) und Prof. Dr. Andreas König im Gespräch.
Story

Business data processing specialist Professor Jan Krämer and innovation researcher Professor Andreas König about their...

Symbolic picture: CEO's trait empathy as a blessing and a curse
Symbolic picture: CEO's trait empathy as a blessing and a curse
Story

Empathic top executives must find the right balance in a crisis. Empathy in the wrong place can lead to absurd decisions...

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Game Theorie

Social Logins, Fulfilment by Amazon, Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages: A team of researchers at the University of...

Neoclassica-team (left to right): Professor Siegfried Handschuh (computer scientist), Simon Donig (historian), Maria Christoforaki, Bernhard Bermeitinger (both: computer scientists)
Neoclassica-team (left to right): Professor Siegfried Handschuh (computer scientist), Simon Donig (historian), Maria Christoforaki, Bernhard Bermeitinger (both: computer scientists)
Story

Under the auspices of Neoclassica project, a team of computer scientists and a historian are teaching machines to...

Semestral certificates of Paul Esterl, who enrolled in Passau 185 years ago
Semestral certificates of Paul Esterl, who enrolled in Passau 185 years ago
Teaching project

To mark the 40th anniversary of the University of Passau, a Digital University Museum, which was created as part of a...

EU-Projekt IMPRESS weckt mit Lernspielen Interesse an Software-Tests
EU-Projekt IMPRESS weckt mit Lernspielen Interesse an Software-Tests
Project

Testing software is incredibly important – but boring. Gordon Fraser, Professor of Software Engineering at the...

Insight into the laboratory for cultural heritage digitisation
Insight into the laboratory for cultural heritage digitisation
Story

Network research is a key pillar of digital humanities. The laboratory for cultural heritage digitisation, where...

DFG-Projekt Webarchive - Wie lässt sich das Internet für die Nachwelt archivieren?
DFG-Projekt Webarchive - Wie lässt sich das Internet für die Nachwelt archivieren?
Project

What could interest historians in 2058 about the 2018 online election campaign in Bavaria? In the Web Archives project...

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