ITeG Brown Bag Seminar

Information technology design must systematically take into account the socio-technical character of contemporary information systems. To this end, the ITeG aims to systematically integrate different disciplinary expertise. The research disciplines represented at the ITeG have such expertise: sophisticated procedural knowledge, methods and methodologies for analysing and designing socio-technical information technology systems.
In the summer semester 2024, the ITeG will continue the brown-bag seminars on the topic of "Challenges, methods and models in socio-technical IT design" primarily as a series of guest lectures. The seminars will usually take place on the first Tuesday of the month from 12-13 pm in a hybrid format.

Hybrid format in the Summer Term 2024

Location: ITeG, Room 0420, Pfannkuchstraße 1, 34121 Kassel,
ZoomLink for hybrid connection:


Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Kevin Daniels, University of East Anglia, England
"The application of simple and complex factor models to affective wellbeing and jobs demands and resources."

Tuesday, May 7, 2024
Paula Helm, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Title: "How can we protect language data and why is this important?"

Tuesday, June 4, 2024
Elvis Ortega-Ochoa, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
Title: "Digital Companions: Shaping the Emotional Landscape of Education"

Tuesday, July 2, 2024
Axel Niklasson, City, University of London, Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design
Title: “Rethinking Human-AI Skill in the Workplace”