PROGRAMME


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09:00 amWelcome of participants, pinning up of the posters, breakfast

09:45 am – Introduction to EPFL Habitat Research Center by Prof. Paola Viganò, EPFL

09:50 am – Digital Lives Strategy and Platform by Prof. Ola Söderström, SNSF-Div. I


10:00 am – First session: Politics & Society

Digital Democracy Lab
Fabrizio Gilardi, University of Zurich

Echo‐ vs. Deliberative Chambers ‐ Do Biased Online Discussions Threaten Direct Democracy?
Dominik Wyss, University of Bern

New Relations Between Voters and Representatives in the Age of Social Media
Tomas Turner-Zwinkels, Nathalie Giger, University of Basel

Windows of exposure: Toward an anthropology of computer (in)security and its controversies
David Bozzini, University of Fribourg

Online aggression from a sociological perspective: An integrative view on determinants and possible countermeasures
Lea Stahel, Sebastian Weingartner, University of Zurich

Digital Lives: Understanding the Dynamics of Sharing Personal Information Online
Reto Hofstetter, Gabriela Kunath, Melanie Clegg, University of Lucerne

L’imputation de la connaissance des agents intelligents ‐ conséquences juridiques
Anik Fournier, University of Fribourg

Twitter‐Listener: Induktives Themenmonitoring in der Schweizer Twitter‐Sphäre
Daniel Vogler, Mark Eisenegger, University of Zurich

Automatic analysis of verbal and non‐verbal behavior and provision of feedback in video selection interviews
Marianne Schmid Mast, Emmanuelle Kleinlogel, University of Lausanne

10:50 am – Break


11:00 am – Second session: Humanities & Health

Mining Goodreads: a text similarity‐based approach to measure reader absorption
Moniek Kuijpers, University of Basel

Forschungslogiken in den textbasierten Digital Humanities: Analysen von Bewertungspraktiken nach dem Machine Learning‐Turn
Thomas Messerli (University of Basel), Noah Bubenhofer, Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Digitales Kapital im Einsatz: Zur Transformation digitaler Praktiken in der Kunstausbildung Berne
Anna Flach, Priska Gisler, University of Applied Sciences Bern

Geteiltes Lesen. Literatur digital lesen und schreiben
Maria Kraxenberger, University of Basel

CACHE: eine explorative Studie zu Open Access als soziotechnisches System
Nils Güttler, Fabian Grütter, ETH Zurich

Augmented Reality in der Lehrerbildung. Eine explorative Studie mit HoloLenses im Fachbereich Naturwissenschaft und Technik. (ALex)
Corinne Wyss, Wolfgang Bührer, Zurich University of Teacher Education

Instant Messaging und soziale Beziehungen: Auswirkungen der Nutzung von WhatsApp auf die subjektiv erlebte, Qualität und die Gestaltung sozialer Beziehungen von Personen 65+
Rhea Braunwalder, University of Applied Sciences of East Switzerland

Welcome to the team Dr. Watson: New Roles and Responsibilities in AI‐Supported Healthcare Teams
Nadine Bienefeld, ETH Zurich

Usages. expériences et besoins de femmes migrantes en regard des nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication autour de la période de la naissance
Patricia Perrenoud, University of Applied Sciences of West Switzerland

Digitalisation and the Social Lives of Older Adults
Gizem Hülür, Birthe Macdonald, University of Zurich

Excessive Media Use in Times of Netflix. “Binge watching”: Motives, Experience and its Effects on Sleep
Andreas Fahr, Dominique Wirz, University of Fribourg

11:50 am – Break


12:00 am – Third session: Business & Work

Capital raising with initial coin offerings (ICOs) ‐ challenges and opportunities
Ruediger Fahlenbrach, Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

How online labor markets transform job search, hiring and labor market research
Daniel Kopp, Matthias Bannert, Severin Thöni ETH Zurich

Digital lives in coworking spaces: do mobile lifestyles reduce rural‐urban disparities?
Thao Vu, Nada Endrissat, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences

Digital multilocality: Analyzing urban‐rural linkages in the context of co‐working spaces in the Swiss Alps
Reto Bürgin, University of Bern

Verhandeln, verdaten, verschalten: Digitales Leben in einer sich transformierenden Landwirtschaft
Ina Dietzsch, University of Basel

Transformation of Work Through Internal Crowdsourcing
Ivo Blohm, University of St-Gall

Der Geist des digitalen Kapitalismus. Eine Analyse der normativen Grundlagen unternehmerischen Handelns in der digitalisierten Ökonomie
Jacqueline Kalbermatter, University of Basel

African Futures: Digital labor and Blockchain Technology
Filipe Calvão, Matthieu Bolay, Graduate Institute


12:40 am – Network Lunch  & Open Discussion