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Thomas Allmer

Thomas Allmer

thomas.allmer a t sbg.ac.at

Thomas Allmer graduated in communication studies at the University of Salzburg in 2010. He currently is PhD student at the University of Salzburg and research associate of the project ”Social Networking Sites in the Surveillance Society“, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). click for more...

Alexander Banfield-Mumb

Alexander Banfield-Mumb

alexander.banfield-mumb a t sbg.ac.at

Alexander Banfield-Mumb is a research fellow and PhD student at the ICT&S Center of the University of Salzburg. He graduated from the Vienna University of Technology in Computer and Media Sciences in 2006 and in Computer Management in 2007. click for more...

Robert Bichler

Robert Bichler

robert.bichler a t sbg.ac.at

Robert M. Bichler graduated from the University of Salzburg in Communication Studies. From 2004 - 2009 he worked in the eTheory (Internet & Society) unit of the ICT&S Center at the University of Salzburg. Currently, Robert is a lecturer at the Institute for Communication Science, University of Salzburg. Robert’s research is focused on the sustainable use of Information and Communication Technologies, especially in least developed countries. click for more...

Joseph E. Brenner

Joseph E. Brenner

joe.brenner a t bluewin.ch

Joseph E. Brenner was born in Paris in 1934, the son of the American sculptor Michael Brenner (Lithuania, 1885 – NewYork, 1969). After primary and secondary education in New York, he received B.A. and M.S. degrees from the University of Chicago. click for more...

Mark Burgin

Mark Burgin

mark a t cs.ucla.edu

Mark Burgin is currently a Visiting Scholar at UCLA, USA. Before, he was a Visiting Professor at UCLA, Professor at Institute of Education, Kiev; at International Solomon University, Kiev; at Kiev State University, Ukraine; and Head of the Assessment Laboratory in the Research Center of Science at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. click for more...

José María Díaz Nafría

José María Díaz Nafría

jnafria a t uax.es

José María Díaz Nafría is an associate professor of Information and Communication Technologies at the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio in Madrid. He is co-founder and co-director of the BITrum research group for an Interdisciplinary Elucidation of the Information Concept. click for more...

Peter Fleissner

Peter Fleissner

fleissner a t arrakis.es

Peter Fleissner retired from his chair at the University of Technology, Vienna, in October 2006, after seven years of work for the European Union. Before, he had worked for the Austrian Academy of Sciences; for the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria; as research scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria. click for more...

Christian Fuchs

Christian Fuchs

christian.fuchs a t im.uu.se

Christian Fuchs holds the chair in media and communication studies at Uppsala University. His research fields are: social theory, critical theory, information society studies, ICTs and society; critical political economy of media, information, communication, technology. He is editor of tripleC: Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society. click for more...

Wolfgang Hofkirchner

Wolfgang Hofkirchner

wolfgang.hofkirchner a t tuwien.ac.at

Wolfgang Hofkirchner works as Associate Professor of Technology Assessment at the Institute for Design and Technology Assessment of the Vienna University of Technology. His current research and teaching focus is: Science of Information, Systems Theory, ICTs and Society. He is co-founder, and head, of the UTI Research Group and founding editor of triple-C. click for more...

Verena Kreilinger

Verena Kreilinger

Verena Kreilinger is a postgraduate student at the University of Salzburg, majoring in communication studies. She graduated from the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg with a master’s degree in Digital Media Studies in 2007 click for more...

Franz Ofner

Franz Ofner

Franz Ofner studied Pedagogy, Sociology and Psychology at the University of Vienna where he did a doctorate in Philosophy in 1984. click for more...

Francisco Salto Alemany

Francisco Salto Alemany

jnafria a t uax.es

Francisco Salto Alemany is a professor of Logic at the Universidad de León, Spain, since 2002, Lecturer at the Institute for Logic, Cognition, Language and Information at the University of Basque Country (Spain), co-founder and co-director of the BITrum research group for an Interdisciplinary Elucidation of the Information Concept click for more...

Marisol Sandoval

Marisol Sandoval

Marisol Sandoval graduated from the department of communication studies at the University of Salzburg in 2008 with a master thesis on critical media theory and alternative media. Form 2008 until 2010 she worked as a research fellow at the ICT&S Center at the University of Salzburg. Currently Marisol is receiving a DOC-scholarship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences for her PhD research, which critically questions the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with a special focus on the (new) media industry. Marisol’s research interests are critical social theory, critical political economy of media and information, alternative media, ideology critique, business ethics and CSR as well as Internet and surveillance. click for more...

Sebastian Sevignani

Sebastian Sevignani

Sebastian Sevignani studied media and communication, philosophy, and theology at the University of Salzburg. He obtained a master's degree in communication studies (Mag. phil.) in 2009. From 2007 until 2010, he worked at the University of Salzburg's Department of Communication Studies as scholar in the Media Economics Research Group (Abteilung für Medienökonomie). click for more...

Rainer E. Zimmermann

Rainer E. Zimmermann

rainer.zimmermann a t hm.edu

Rainer Zimmermann is professor of philosophy at the General Studies Faculty of the University of Applied Sciences in Munich. He is also a life member of Clare Hall, UK – Cambridge, chairman of the executive board, and scientific director of the Institute for Design Science, Munich as well as co-editor if the institute’s series of monographs. His current research and teaching focus is physical and meta-physical aspects of systems. click for more...