Day 2

Opening and introduction: Scientific organizers
Keynote “At The End of the World, Plant A Tree”:  Adam Greenfield

“Artistic interventions in the ICT industry: legitimate critical practice or empty gestures in the contemporary digital age?”

Fiona McDermott and Harun Siljak

Track “Digital sovereignty and scientific autonomy”
“Reclaiming scientific autonomy”

  • Renke Siems: “»Stop tracking science!« Project presentation about a model case of threat to scientific autonomy” Abstract
  • Raffaela Kunz: “Open Science – What role for academic freedom in securing reclaiming digital sovereignty and scientific autonomy?” Abstract
  • Marcel Wrzesinski: “Community-owned and community-paid. Resilient funding and workflows for independent academic publishing”  Abstract

“Artistic interventions in the ICT industry: legitimate critical practice or empty gestures in the contemporary digital age?”

Fiona McDermott and Harun Siljak

“Digital rights-based policy making” in collaboration with “Cities Coalition for Digital Rights”

Elizabeth Calderón-Lüning, Milou Jansen, Livia Schaffer-Nonose

Track “Digital sovereignty and scientific autonomy”
“Reorganizing tools and infrastructures for scientific work”

  • Maximilian Voigt and Daniel Wessolek: “Open hardware, public interest tech, and scientific autonomy” Abstract
  • Anna-Lena Lorenz: “Digitalize knowledge, not documents – The Open Research knowledge graph” Abstract
  • Mareike Bauer, Maximilian Heimstädt, Carlos Franzreb and Sonja Schimmler: “Clickbait or conspiracy? How Twitter users address the epistemic uncertainty of a controversial preprint” Abstract
  • Anne K. Krüger and Sabrina Petersohn: “From citation indices to linked data – The development of bibliometric infrastructure in academic performance measurement” Abstract

Track “Datafication and democracy”

  • Silvia Masiero, Stefania Milan and Emiliano Treré: “COVID-19 from the Margins: Narrating the COVID-19 pandemic through decoloniality and multilingualism” Abstract
  • Christel De Maeyer and Minha Lee: “Digital twins in healthcare for citizens” Abstract
  • Milan Tahraoui and Christian Krätzer: “Risks and opportunities of an AI-based detector for deepfakesbased disinformation activities targeting democratic political processes” Abstract
  • Jörg Lehmann: “Digital commons as a model for digital sovereignty: The case of cultural heritage” Abstract
  • Gemma Copeland and Alex Worrad-Andrews: “Building digital sovereignty using common tools” Abstract

“Informed citizens and digital public authorities: A conversation about practices of sovereignty vis à vis public institutions”

Christian Herzog, Robin Preiß and Daniela Zetti

Track “Digital literacy and inequalities”
“Critical engagement and informal knowledge”

  • Selena Savic and Yann Patrick Martins: “Making arguments with data” Abstract
  • Friederike Fröbel, Carina Lange and Gesche Joost: “Minodu – Fostering Local Sustainable Development Through Technology and Research” Abstract
  • Jana Heinz: “Opening schools to students’ informal digital knowledge to enabling the emancipatory employment of digital media” Abstract