Digital Technologies at the Workplace: Present and Future - poster exhibition and panel discussion
Welcome to a poster exhibition and panel discussion presented by the Pufendorf Institute of Advanced Studies theme “Work and Organisation in the Digital Age”.
“Digital Technologies at the Workplace: Present and Future”
13-14 Poster exhibition and mingle with the project team
The exhibition in the grand hall of the Pufendorf Institute will present illustrated posters that have been created by the Digiwork team in collaboration with the comic artist Maja Lindén. The project members will be present and open for questions and discussions with the visitors.
14-16 Panel discussion: “The future of digital technologies: present and future”
Timon Beyes is Professor of Sociology of Organisation and Culture at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, and at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. His research focuses on the processes, aesthetics and spaces of organization in the contexts of urban and digital cultures, education and art.
Melissa Gregg is Principal Engineer and Research Lead for Workplace Transformation in the Business Client Platforms Division at Intel Corporation, USA. She is the author of the critically acclaimed book Work’s Intimacy, co-editor of The Affect Theory Reader and over 50 other publications exploring culture, intimacy and professional identity. Melissa is currently a fellow at the Pufendorf Institute completing her latest book, Counterproductive: Time Management After The Organization.
Tobias Olsson is Professor at the Department of Communication and Media at Lund University. Since the 1990s he has studied the social, cultural and political meaning of digital media in different contexts. He is the editor of the volume Producing the Internet: Critical Perspectives of Social Media and currently involved in a research project on senior citizens and digital technologies.
Roland Paulsen is Assistant Professor at the Department of Business Administration, Lund University. He is the author of four books including Empty Labor: Idleness and Workplace Resistance where he addresses the mystery of why some employees can be very idle at work whereas others suffer from stress and work intensification. He has also studied and written about the Swedish “workfare system”.
Margaret-Anne Storey is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. Her research has focused on understanding how technology can help people explore, understand, and share complex information and knowledge. Some of her past projects include investigating the role of social media in collaborative software engineering, improving information visualization techniques, and developing social software to facilitate the next version of the International Classification of Diseases with the World Health Organization.
Light refreshments will be served
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