Archives Talks

1. Forum digitale Wasserwirtschaft: Human Data Interaction

Dezember 2019 in Essen

 

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11:30    Anmeldung, Stehimbiss & Rundgang

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              Auftakt

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12:00    Begrüßung und Einführung 
             Michael Brocker, WDR-Moderator

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12:05     Digitalisierung ändert alles; was ändern wir? 
              Fast Forward Theatre

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12:15     Digitalisierung in der Wasserwirtschaft — Thesen
              Dr. Dirk Waider (Gelsenwasser AG)
Dr. Emanuel Grün (EGLV)
Dr. Ulrike Düwel (MULNV)

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              Digitalisierung — Tools für die Zukunft

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12:30     Das Rad nicht neu erfinden: Über die Übertragbarkeit von digitalen Lösungen aus anderen Bereichen
              Prof. Dr. Harald Mathis, Fraunhofer FIT
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12:50     Bridging the Gap between Data and Humans — Big Data verstehen und nutzen
              Prof. Kay Schröder (lector), Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Maastricht NL

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13:10     Wasser auf digitale Mühlen — Die Bedeutung von Kooperation, Co-Innovation und
               Erfolgsgeschichten in der digitalen Transformation   
Dr. Sebastian Schäfer, Schmiede Zollverein

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13:30     Spionage, Sabotage, Cyberangriffe – Kritische Infrastrukturen im Visier
              Verfassungsschutzbehörde NRW

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13:30     Diskussion

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International week Hochschule der Medien: Teaching datavisualization

November 2019 in Stuttgart

 

The International Day is the highlight of the HdM International Week. The HdM Study Abroad Fair will take place in the main entrance lobby from 10 am onwards showcasing the HdM partner university portfolio. Incoming exchange students will introduce their home universities to HdM students and staff, and we also have several collaboration partners joining us for this informative and fun day.
Simultaneously to the fair, we run partner institution presentations by visiting staff and exchange students in the two lecture theatres located next to the Study Abroad Fair. We look forward to colleagues and visiting students promoting their universities to HdM students thinking about studying abroad!

Watch the video from last year´s International Day here.


Business meets Design: Design inspired by nature

November 2019 in Kerkrade

This year the fourth annual Business Meets Design conference takes place as part of the NATURE exhibition in Cube design museum. ‘Nature, collaborations in design‘ has been co-organized with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, in New York.

During this conference, experts from different European countries will show the audience: results, ambitions and dreams of designers who see nature as a source of inspiration and supplier of valuable new materials.

In addition, the conference is part of the IMPACT! Program, an Euregional program that aims to bridge the gap between designers, education and entrepreneurs. This is co-organized with the four Brightlands Innovation Campuses in Limburg and the designpartners in the Euregio.

During this year’s two-day program (6 & 7 November) we will show the impact of design in four major areas: materials, food, mobility and energy. Concrete tangible solutions for large and small companies will be presented as well as initiatives launched by companies, start-ups and designers.

Furthermore, we will dive into a number of exciting experiments that young designers are currently working on. By giving examples and telling stories we not only want to start discussions during those two days, but we also want to inspire every visitor (and participant) by case studies which he/she can apply to his/her own organization. 

if you want to attend the conference you can register here:

https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-business-meets-design-2019-nature-design-business-70766264803

 

 


User Experience of Data – Visualizing for Actionable Insights

October 2019 in Aachen

Event. the Session will be hosted by Generali Germany and was also supported by supporters are also
AC.E (https://ac-e.org/) and digitalHUB Aachen (https://aachen.digital). The programm is as followed:

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18:00 - 18:05  Welcome and introduction
                          by René Stoffels-Fuchs and Thomas Gerstmann

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18:05 - 18:10   The Value of Information Visualization
                           Professor (Lector) Kay Schröder, Head of the Human Data Interaction Lab
                           Brightlands Smart Services Campus, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Heerlen

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18:15 - 18:40   Perspective 1: Shortest path from seeing to understanding -
                            benefits of strict standards in presenting data
                            by René Stoffels-Fuchs - BI Frontend Architect
                            Generali D. Informatik Services GmbH, Aachen

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18:40 - 19:05  Perspective 2: Real time insights with animated visualizations,
                            illustrated on example of Process Mining
                            by Ji-Seung Shin - Master Student at the Chair for Process and Data Science
                            RWTH Aachen University

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19:05 - 19:35 Break

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19:35 - 20:00 Perspective 3: Understanding your customer with data storytelling:
                           ethnographical research synthesised in tangible CEM-Personae
                            by Miriam Schmalen - Senior Service Designer
                            Cocomore AG, Cologne

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20:00 - 20:25 Perspective 4: Immersive analytics - visualization beyond two dimensional displays
                            Professor (Lector) Kay Schröder, Head of the Human Data Interaction Lab,
                            Brightlands Smart Services Campus, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Heerlen

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20:25 - 20:50 Discussion: Battle of the viz – which solutions work best for different use cases?
                            – All speakers

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20:50 - End     Networking, drinks and snacks
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if you want to visit the quite interesting evening program, please register here:

https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Aachen-Usability-Meetup/events/264611666/


PAS Festival: Bridging the Gap between Data and Humans

In de huidige digitale wereld wordt het interpreteren van (big) data steeds belangrijker. Hoe kunnen we deze data door visuele middelen inzichtelijk maken zodat het goed en snel te begrijpen is? Kay Schröder behandelt verschillende aspecten en methoden van datavisualisatie. Hij gaat in op het artistieke aspect, de invloed van cognitieve waarneming en het spanningsveld tussen datavisualisatie en interpretatie.

Deze lezing sluit aan bij een demonstratie over data-visualisatie.