Prof. Dr. Michael A. Herzog (EcoCom Chair)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Geiger (Rector Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences)
Prof. Dr. Markus Bick (FG-MMS der Gesellschaft für Informatik, ESCP Europe Berlin)
|Virtual models for a sustainable economy?
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Michael A. Herzog
|10:10||Think virtually local – the ecology of new economic models
Jesse Marsh (Innovation Policy Consulting USA | Italy)
|10:50||Sociality of Online Market Interactions – Challenges and Implications
Prof. Dr. Matthias Trier (Copenhagen Business School | Denmark)
Dr. Michael Schneider (State secretary, Representative of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt to the Federal Government)
|Does the WEB have a past and a future?
Moderation: Ontje Helmich (Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal)
|12:10||Can the web be turned into a science?
Prof. Mag. Johann Mittendorfer (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz | Austria)
|12:40||A Closer Look at Web Archives and Accessibility – Key Ingredients for Sustainable Digital Data Preservation.
Dr. Martin Klein (Los Alamos National Laboratories | USA)
|ICT as a catalyzer for a sustainable development?
Moderation: Dr. Erich Zielinski (Alcatel Lucent Stiftung)
|14:30||ICT as an instrument for more sustainability: Why it is not so easy.
Prof. Dr. Drs. h.c. Arnold Picot (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
|15:00||Emerging ICT-Markets: Are they reliable? A story from Berlin.
Prof. Dr. Volker Wiedemer (Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences)
|15:30||ICT markets are going green. The other story from Silicon Valley.
Florian Brody (Brody & Partner San Francisco | USA)
|16:00||Transfer to WorldCafé|
|Which new solutions does our society need?
|16:05||Interactive forum “WorldCafé”
The digital research agenda for sustainability.
|17:00||Bridge: ICT for Connecting Knowledge and Knowing
Dr. Viktor Dörfler (University of Strathclyde Business School Glasgow | UK)
|17:40||Research for the next generation
Evaluation of the interactive forum
|18:00||End of conference|
|19:00||Speaker’s dinner with guests (special ticket)|
If nations have an ever decreasing influence on globalized digital markets, does the communication medium Internet need its own, homogeneous legal and economical framework? Will the web someday be its own nation? Who will supervise it? How will the seperation of power look like?
Johann Mittendorfer, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz