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Digital Publishing/Publication numérique: Technik, Form und Tempo der Wissen(schaft)skommunikation in D und F

Zeit & Ort:
14.12.2017 | 18:00 - 20:00
Raum 2.2058 ("Holzlaube"), Fabeckstraße 23-25, 14195 Berlin

Der Vermittlung von Wissen über digitale Publikationsformen wird in Wissenschaft und Journalismus ein enormes Potential zugesprochen. Doch welche technischen und formalen Voraussetzungen sind tatsächlich notwendig, um Erkenntnisse und Informationen weiterzugeben? Und welche Rolle spielen dabei länderspezifische oder fachkulturelle Faktoren?
Am 14.12.2017 um 18:00 bis 20:00 Uhr diskutieren VertreterInnen aus Wissenschaft und Journalismus diese Fragen aus deutscher und französischer Perspektive anlässlich einer table ronde.
Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte: www.geisteswissenschaften.fu-berlin.de/frankreichzentrum/termine/digital-publishing.html

Martin Emmer (Kommunikationswissenschaft/Mediennutzung, FU Berlin)
Alexander Görke (Kommunikationswissenschaft/Wissenschaftsjournalismus, FU Berlin)
Johanna Luyssen (Journalistin, Libération)
Sebastian Möller (Informatik/Quality and Usability, TU Berlin)
Moderation: Emmanuelle Chaze (Journalistin, RFI/CNews)

Deutsch und Französisch (mit Simultanübersetzung ins Deutsche)


Privacy Berlin 2017

Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing

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The 5th edition of the privacy workshop, Privacy Berlin 2017, will be held on November 10th. The workshop is a single-track, one-day event concentrating on various themes around usable privacy. This year the special theme of the workshop is privacy in ubiquitous computing.


Struktuierte Sitzung "Speech and Audio Quality" auf der DAGA 2017 in Kiel 

Sebastian Möller organizes together with Alexander Raake, Janto Skowronek and Stephan Werner from TU Ilmenau a Structured Session at the Annual Meeting of the German Acoustics Association (DAGA 2017). The perceptual and instrumental quality evaluation of systems is a key aspect in ensuring technical functionality and user acceptance. Example challenges lie in the complete understanding of the many technical and perceptual aspects contributing to quality and the inclusion of new technologies into existing assessment frameworks. Focussing on speech and audio systems, the session's purpose is to present recent research in this field by reporting on theoretical or empirical work. The range of considered systems may cover for example telecommunication technology, audio reproduction systems, as well as other application fields of speech and audio technology.


Usability Stammtisch Berlin

Lydia Kraus will be talking about "Smartphone-Security as an experience"

More information on the Usability Stammtisch can be found here: 



MOOC Communication Acoustic in the Winter Semester

Our new MOOC on Communication Acoustics starts at at edX on October 17th. In this MOOC, nine experts from 5 leading universities pool their knowledge to teach a comprehensive introductory course to communication acoustics. This engineering course, will cover all aspects of communication acoustics, which is the way sounds travels from a source, through a channel and finally to a receiver. It will look at the different system components involved in acoustic communication, including those between humans, between humans and machines, and between machines. Enroll now, and you will not miss its beginning.

If you are a student of TU Berlin, please join our introductory session on October 20th for further information on registering and exams. More information about the course is provided in the course description on our homepage.


Privacy Berlin 2016

Mobile Privacy – Challenges, Risks, and Solutions

The 4th edition of the privacy workshop, Privacy Berlin 2016, will be held on October 28th. The workshop is a single-track, one-day event concentrating on various themes around usable privacy. This year the special theme of the workshop is mobile privacy.

For more information and registration visit:



5th ISCA/DEGA Workshop on Perceptual Quality of Systems (PQS 2016)

Sebastian Möller and Jan-Niklas Antons are organizing together with Sebastian Egger (AIT, Vienna) and Tobias Hoßfeld (Universität Duisburg-Essen) the 5th edition of the PQS series of workshops (for more details and registration see website PQS workshop).


Past events are found in the archive.



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