Academics at Zeppelin University regularly hold symposia, workshops and conferences. These events are primarily aimed at a high-level scientific audience as well as interested students at the university.
| 28th November 2018 | Lecture from the series Laws of War "Fragmented Evolution of International Humanitarian Law" | Prof. Dr. Elvira Rosert, Junior Professor at the University of Hamburg | Zeppelin University
| 14th November 2018 | Lecture from the series Laws of War "Autonomous weapons systems and changing warfare" | Dr. Ingvild Bode, Senior Lecturer at the University of Kent | Zeppelin University
| 7th November 2018 | Lecture from the series "Laws of War: Contemporary Problems and Solutions" | Prof. Dr. Hyeran Jo, Associate Professor at Texas A&M University | Zeppelin University
| 12th – 13th October 2018 | Workshop “Community in Crisis? Political Identification in Europe” | Zeppelin University | https://www.zu.de/forschung-themen/forschungszentren/zpk/workshop-political-identification.php
| 21st September 2018 | Bodensee-Conference "Digital change - challenges, shaping, leadership" | Zeppelin University | https://www.zu.de/veranstaltungen/2018/bodensee-konferenz-2018.php
| 5th – 8th April 2018 | Conference "Brave New Worlds. Virtual Realities as a social phenomenon in museums, science and gaming" | Zeppelin University, Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen, University of Konstanzz
| 1st - 3rd February 2018 | Annual Conference "Science-Policy-Interfaces: Communication between Science and Politics" | Zeppelin University| https://www.zu.de/forschung-themen/forschungszentren/zpk/tagung.php
An initiative of the Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie of the German Psychological Association (DGP), the SoDoc meeting is an annual consultation possibility for PhD students in Social Psychology.
Zeppelin University regularly organizes research colloquia in which academics from this and other universities present and discuss current research. The colloquia are primarily aimed at scientists and interested students of the university.
19.02.2020 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Lecture "The Local Effects of UN Peacekeeping: The Case of South Sudan"| Research Colloquium with Prof. Bernd Beber | Zeppelin University
16.10.2019 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. | Lecture "Peacebuilding between
Research and Politics - the Case of Syria?" | Research Colloquium with Dr.
Sara Hellmüller | Zeppelin University
25.11.2019 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. | Lecture "Ways out of the Conflict - Images of Self and Others by Former FARC Combatants in Colombia" | Research Colloquium with Dr. Christine Andrä | Zeppelin University
28.11.2018 | Lecture "Fragmented Evolution of International Humanitarian Law"| Prof. Dr. Elvira Rosert | Zeppelin University
14.11.2018 | Lecture "Autonomous weapons systems and changing warfare" | Dr. Ingvild Bode | Zeppelin University
07.11.2018 | Lecture "Laws of War: Contemporary Problems and Solutions" | Prof. Dr. Hyeran Jo | Zeppelin University
11.-12.06.2018 | Research Colloquium on "Entrepreneurship or.
Entrepreneurship in Family Businesses" with Esra Memili | Zeppelin University |
12.-14.10.2017 | MAER-Net Colloquium 2017 | Zeppelin University
22.03.2017 | Research Colloquium | Department of Economics | Zeppelin University
09.-10.09.2016 | ZUGS | Doctoral Student Retreat | Zeppelin University
18.01.2016 | Research Colloquium | Corporate Management & Economics | Innovation Management | Zeppelin University
01.-03.08.2016 | Inter-University Doctoral Colloquium in Economics | Prof. Dr. Marc Mietzner, Zeppelin University and Prof. Dr. Dirk Schiereck, TU Darmstadt | Zeppelin University
09.03.-27.04.2016 | Doctoral Colloquium Department of Cultural Studies | Zeppelin University
During the current semester, the Department of Cultural Studies organizes individual departmental or cross-departmental colloquia for the presentation and discussion of current research projects. On March 9, Prof. Dr. Tasos Zembylas from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna will be our guest.
24.09., 29.10., 26.11. and 17.12.2015 | Doctoral Colloquium | Research Workshop | Qualitative Social Research | Theory, Method, Reflection | Zeppelin University
| 10. - 11.09.2015 | ZUGS | Doctoral Student Retreat | Zeppelin University
| 03 - 05.08.2015 | SMH Kolon LZ 07 and LZ12 | Doctoral Colloquium in Economics | Prof. Dr. Mark Mietzner, Zeppelin University and Prof. Dr. Dirk Schiereck, TU Darmstadt
From August 3 to 5, Prof. Dr. Dirk Schiereck from the Technical University of Darmstadt and his team of professors will be guests at ZU as part of a doctoral colloquium. The aim of the colloquium is to provide a platform especially for our young researchers to present and discuss their current research projects and manuscripts as well as to enter into a discourse with the scientists of the TU Darmstadt.
| 07.05.2015 | Research Colloquium | Corporate Management & Economics | Innovation Management | Zeppelin University
| 08.04.2015, 13-15 h | SMH Kolon LZ02 | Colloquium with lecture
Guest lecture Michael Seemann (Berlin), cultural scientist, net activist and author.
Michael Seemann is one of the best known representatives of the so-called net activists in Germany and a successful blogger under the name mspro (www.mspr0.de). His book "Das neue Spiel" (2014) was one of the most successful crowdsourcing book projects in the German-speaking world, and caused a broad discussion (in German) with his theses of the digital loss of control.
| 20.03.2015, 13-15 h | SMH Kolon LZ02 | Colloquium with lecture.
Guest Lecture Prof. Göran Therborn (University of Cambridge, UK),
Göran Therborn is one of the best known sociologists and social theorists of his generation, and caused an international sensation with his recent book "The Killing Fields of Inequality" (2013).
The title of his talk is "Cities of power" (in English).
| 03/13/2015, 1-3pm | SMH Colon LZ02 | Colloquium with lecture.
Guest Lecture Jeffrey Simpson(Journalist "The Globe and Mail", Canada)
Jeffrey Simpson is a long-time contributor to Canada's most prominent newspaper and the recipient of numerous journalism awards and book prizes. He will speak on "Climate change policies and the North American political culture and ecology" (in English).
| 03/02/2015, 7:15 - 9:15 pm. SMH LZ 09 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems Prof. Dr. Joseph Vogl, Humboldt University Berlin and Princeton University Department of German: "Zum Begriff einer seignioralen Macht".
For literature on preparation see SystemOne, https://systemone.zu.de/zu/pages/Kolloquium+Complexes+Systems/
| 19.02., 12.03., 09.04., 07.05.2015, 10.15 - 11.45 a.m. | Doctoral Colloquium Qualitative Social Research - Theory, Method, Reflection | Dr. Thomas Pfister, Junior Research Group Energy Cultures
03.12.2014, 10.00 - 12.00 | Autumn Colloquium of the Research Network "Mediatized Modernity" | Marko Bastos: The Social Making of News: Readership in Legacy and Social Media
05.11.2014, 14:30 - 16:00 | Collaborative Meeting on Educational Innovations
November 17, 2014, 19:15-21:15 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems: Junior Professor Dr. Jan Slaby, Freie Universität Berlin, Institute for Philosophy and Research Cluster Languages of Emotion: The Blind Spot of Empathy
20.10.2014 | FIF Doctoral Colloquium | Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl, Jana Hauck | Guest: Prof. Dr. Hermann Frank, Director of the Research Institute for Family Business and Assistant Director of the Institute for Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
16.10.2014 | Doctoral Colloquium Subject Group Economics | SOFI | Prof. Dr. Stephan A. Jansen
October 13, 2014, 19:15-21 h | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Dr. Cornelius Puschmann, Substitute Professor Zeppelin University: Big Data in Communication and Media Studies
April 14, 2014, 19:15-21:15 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Prof. Dr. Petra Gehring, Institute of Philosophy, Technische Universität Darmstadt: How did bioethics come to Germany - And what would applied ethics be as a "form"?
March 24, 2014, 19:15-21:15 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Prof. Dr. Hubert Knoblauch, Institute of Sociology, Technische Universität Berlin: "Powerpoint, Communication and the Knowledge Society"
March 17, 2014, 19:15-21:15 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Dr. Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Research Unit Adaptive Behavior and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin: Decision Rules of Thumb
25.02.2014, 19:15 - 21:15 | Research Colloquium Digital Culture | Prof. Dr. Isabell Otto, University of Konstanz: Die Flexibilität der Internetzeit. Time Order under the Condition of Digitally Networked Media.
Thursdays, from 18:00 - 19:00 in Semi 1. 40, SMH | Winter Open Colloquium | WOK - Stirring and frying hot ideas- | The Winter Open Colloquium (WOK) is a weekly interdisciplinary and interdepartmental colloquium of the academic Mittelbau, which provides protected space for an unbiased and courageous discussion of new scientific questions, theoretical and methodological approaches as well as the simple exchange of ideas and thought experiments in an informal atmosphere. There are no restrictions on the topic, format or agenda of a session, so there is absolute freedom for participants. The only explicit WOK rule is that the topics discussed are to be utilized in a suitable form by the respective contributing participant within a certain period of time. All interested members of the academic middle class are cordially invited to participate.
Contact person: Peter M. Kretek
02.12.2013 | Collaborative Colloquium Public Management & Regulation | Professores Bernhagen, Vogel, Eisenkopf
11/25/2013, 19:15-21:15 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Prof. Dr. Albrecht Koschorke, University of Konstanz, Cluster of Excellence "Cultural Foundations of Integration", Speaker of the Research Training Group "The Real in the Culture of Modernity": On the Originating Context of Hegel's Concept of System.
08.11.2013 | Cross-network and cross-cluster research colloquium: Future Forum Open Government | TOGI | Prof. Dr. Jörn von Lucke: Which way is Germany going in terms of transparency, participation and collaboration? How will Germany position itself internationally on the topic of open government in the future? What can a comprehensive national strategy look like to exploit the potential of Open Data? What are the success factors for citizen participation? How can Germany move closer to open collaboration? How can we build open innovation cycles? These questions are at the heart of the development of Open Government in Germany.
28.10.2013, 10.00 - 12.00 | Colloquium | European Center for Sustainability Research, Karl-Mannheim-Chair and Research Network Mediatized Modernity | Prof. Dr. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger | Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at the University of Oxford: Big Data
14.09. + 18.11.2013 | Doctoral Colloquium Formlabor | Responsible: Prof. Dr. Maren Lehmann | Chair of Sociology, Focus on Organization Theory | Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker | Chair of Cultural Theory & Analysis
31.10. - 01.11.2013 | Doctoral Colloquium Chair of University Didactics | Prof. Dr. Gabi Reinmann
16.10.2013 | Cluster Colloquium | Cultural Production of the Next Society | Dr. Monika Mokre, Institute for Cultural Studies and History of Theater, Austrian Academy of Sciences: What can art do - and what is it expected to do? | Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker, Zeppelin University: On the function of art in society.
14.10.2013 | Doctoral Colloquium Chair Colloquium | Chair for Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship at the Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Business Responsible: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl | Chair for Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship at FIF
06.05.2013 | 13.00-18.00 h | Doctoral Colloquium Chair of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship at the Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Business Responsible: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl | Chair of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship at the FIF
Followed by in LZ 03: "Family Strategies across Generations - Reflections from an Ongoing Project" Guest lecture by Prof. Arist von Schlippe | academic director of the Witten Institute for Family Business (WIFU) and holder of the Chair for Leadership and Dynamics at the University of Witten/Herdecke.
06.05.2013 | 14.00-18.00 h | Verbundkolloquium Public Management & Regulation Prof. Dr. Patrick Bernhagen | Chair of Political Science | Focus on Policy Field and Administration Research Prof. Dr. Alexander Eisenkopf | Phoenix Chair of General Business Administration & Mobility Management Prof. Dr. Rick Vogel | Chair of Public Management & Public Policy
24.04.2013 | 12.30-13.45 h | Verbund- und Clusterseminar | Cluster Colloquium Urban & Regional Diversities | responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch Lecture with Dr. Markus Helfert: Design Science and Living Labs - Research Opportunity within a Smart City Project?
23.04.2013 | 17.00 - 18.30 h | Network and Cluster Seminar | Network Colloquium Mediatized Modernity | Lecture by Prof Zygmunt Bauman: The ZU Research Network Mediatized Modernity discusses with one of the most enigmatic theorists of contemporary modernity on the topic of media and social change | Prof. Dr. Marian Adolf | Chair of Media Culture | Prof. Dr. Markus Rhomberg | Chair of Political Communication
19.04.2013 | 11.00-12.00 h | Verbund- und Clusterseminar | Steffen Hahn, Head of the Dept. of Banking Supervision and Policy Issues, Genossenschaftsverband Bayern e.V. Lecture: "(Regional) Banks in the Wave of Regulation" in the context of the event "Political Economy & Macroeconomics" responsible: Prof. Dr. Jarko Fidrmuc
17.04.2013, 11.00 - 12.00 | Verbund-Colloquium | Mediatized Modernity | Prof. Dr. Bernhard Pörksen | The Unleashed Scandal. The End of Control in the Digital Age
20.03.2013 | 15.00-17.30 h | Verbund- und Clusterseminar | Reading Group Economics, Performance & Financing of Familiy Firms Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell | Chair of Entrepreneurship and Finance at the Buchanan Institute for Entrepreneurship and Finance Prof. Dr. Marc Mietzner | FIF Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl | Chair of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship
13.03.2013 | 10-16 h | Collaborative and Cluster Events A Day with ...Prof. Dr. Eva Illouz | Hebrew University Jerusalem 10-12 h | Saving the Modern Soul - Therapy, Emotions and the Culture of Self-Help
13.03.2013| 19-21 h | Collaborative and Cluster Events | Evening Lecture Cultural Industries of Emotion Prof. Dr. Eva Illouz | Hebrew University Jerusalem Responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg
12.03.2013 | 10.00-16.30 h | Collaborative and Cluster Events European Centre for Sustainability Research | Young Researchers Workshop on Climate Policy Responsible: Prof. Nico Stehr Ph.D.F.R.S.C. | Karl-Mannheim Chair for Cultural Studies
afterwards: 12.03. | 18.00 h | SMH LZ 02 ECS - Symposium: "A New Direction for Climate Policy?"
06.03.2013 | 10.00-18.00 h | PhD Colloquium Chair Colloquium | Cultural Theory & Analysis Responsible: Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker | Chair of Cultural Theory & Analysis
21.02. - 23.02.2013 | 09.00-17.00 h | Doctoral Colloquium Mediatized Modernity & Danube University Krems Prof. Dr. Markus Rhomberg
20.02.2012 | 13.30-16.00 h | Joint and Cluster Seminar | Reading Group Economics, Performance & Financing of Familiy Firms Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell | Chair of Entrepreneurship and Finance at the Buchanan Institute for Entrepreneurship and Finance Prof. Dr. Marc Mietzner | FIF Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl | Chair of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship
24.01.2013 | 9.00-18.00 h | Interdisciplinary and Cluster Research Colloquium Expert Forum | Alternatives to the Information Paradigm of Consumer Policy Prof. Dr. Peter Kenning | Chair of Marketing Prof. Dr. Lucia Reisch | Visiting Professor for Consumer Behavior & Consumer Policy
16.01.2013 | 13.30-16.00 h | Collaborative and Cluster Seminar | Reading Group Economics, Performance & Financing of Familiy Firms Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell | Chair of Entrepreneurship and Finance at the Buchanan Institute for Entrepreneurship and Finance Prof. Dr. Marc Mietzner | FIF Prof. Dr. Reinhard Prügl | Chair of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship
28.11.2012 | 9-13 h | Collaborative and Cluster Events | The Formation of the City - on the Relational Capacity of Cities and Universities | A Regional Conference of Zeppelin University, the City of Friedrichshafen and International Lake Constance University (IHB)
22/23.11.2012 | Collaborative and Cluster Events | 6th International Conference on Indicators & Concepts of Innovation | Sustainability of Innovation, Innovative Sustainability European Center of Sustainability Research | ECS
23.11.2012 | 09.45 - 17.00 h | Joint and Cluster Event (official opening) Workshop: DFG Research Unit Psychoeconomics responsible: Prof. Dr. Anja Achtziger | Chair of Social and Economic Psychology
22.11.2012 | PhD Colloquium Responsible: Prof. Dr. Stephan A. Jansen | Chair of Strategic Organization & Finance
21.11.2012 | 9-14.30 h | Cluster Colloquium Culture Industry in the Next Society | Dr. Gloria Meynen: Culture and Automation? A Question of Scaling | Prof. Dr. Maren Lehmann: Industrializability of Perception and Communication | Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg: NION and the Specter of Art Industrialization Responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg
14.11.2012 | 14:30 - 16:30 | Doctoral Colloquium Responsible: Cluster spokesperson Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch | Presentation of the doctoral topics of the cluster doctoral students: The PhDColloquium provides an overview of the current PhD projects affiliated to the chairs of the Research Cluster. It is intended to provide an exchange and discussion platform for the doctoral students to present research developments and results. Scientists, students and interested guests who are interested in interdisciplinary research questions with spatial references are invited to attend.
14.11.2012 | 12:30 - 13:00 Sebastian Topp - Research Stay at IRS/Erkner Sebastian Topp reports on his research stay at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning in Erkner in a "Pecha&Kucha" lecture format. Pecha&Kucha: The word "Pecha Kucha" comes from Japanese and is an onomatopoeic term that describes the sound that occurs when many people talk. In a fast-paced format, participants can present their ideas and their work. No presentation will last longer than 6:40 minutes and will be limited to 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds.
12.11.2012 | 9-12 h | Doctoral Colloquium Responsible: Prof. Dr. Ellen Enkel | Chair of Innovation Management at the Dr. Manfred Bischoff -Institute for Innovation Management of EADS
12.11.2012, 19-21Uhr | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Viktor Winschel (University of Mannheim): Towards a Mathematical-Reflexive Economy
24.10.2012 | 12:30-13:45 h | Cluster Colloquium Urban & Regional Diversities | Lecture Dr. Ignacio Farias: Cultural Diversity in the Innovation Process | Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin Responsible: Cluster spokesperson Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch
22.10.2012, 19-21 h | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Ekaterina Svetlova (Karlshochschule), Financial Models and Complexity of Markets
17.10.2012 | Brown Bag Seminar CME | Otto-LS Professor Brock (contact person for registrations) Prof. Dr. Robert Wilken (Dipl.-Mathematiker, Chair of International Marketing at ESCP Europe, Berlin) "Measuring Willingness-to-Pay as a Range, Revisited: A Publication Project" Content: Methods Seminar & Experiences from the Publication Process (A-Journal Publication)
17.10.2012 | PhD Colloquium Formlabor | Responsible: Prof. Dr. Maren Lehmann | Chair of Sociology, focus on Organization Theory Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker | Chair of Cultural Theory & Analysis
17.10.2012 | 9-13 h | Cluster Colloquium Culture Industry in the Next Society | Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker: The Empirical Argument in Horkheimer's and Adorno's Culture Industry | Prof. Dr. Udo Göttlich: 'Facebook' and the Culture Industry of Individualization Responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg
09.10.2012 | 14-19 h | Interdisciplinary doctoral exchange within the project kick-off LLLight'in'Europe | Lifelong | Learning | Innovation | Growth & Human Capital | Tracks in Europe Contact: Silvia Castellazzi
26.09.2012 | 11-15 h | Doctoral Colloquium Empirical Capital Market Research | Prof. Dr. Marcel Prokopczuk | Prof. Dr. Jarko Fidrmuc | Presentations by the doctoral students followed by discussion. Open also for interested master students
26.09.2012 | 10-12 h | Verbundkolloquium Mediatisierte Moderne | Mediated Social Control and Surveillance Prof. Dr. David L. Altheide | Emeritus Regents' Professor Arizona State University | Responsible: Verbundsprecher Jun. Prof. Dr. Marian Adolf
19.09.2012 | 14:30-16 h | Cluster Workshop Urban & Regional Diversities MA Research Presentations: Media Anthropology & Management of Diversity | Responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch
19.09.2012 | 12.30 - 13.45 | Cluster Colloquium Urban + Regional Diversities | Lecture: Dr. Andrej Holm, Humboldt University Berlin | Responsible: Cluster Speaker Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch
17.09.2012, 19-21 h | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Helmut Willke, The Emergence of Systemic Risks from Disorganized Complexity
25.04.2012 | Cluster Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Dr. Gabriela Christmann | On Spatial Disparity, Social Diversity and the (Socially Innovative) Actions of Spatial Pioneers in Urban Neighborhoods - The Cases of Berlin-Moabit and Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg
28.03.2012 | Cluster-Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Christian Geiger MA | Open Government
21.03.2012 | Cluster Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Prof. Dr. Kenning | Diversity through freedom of design in consumer goods competition - a critical analysis of current antitrust developments
07.03.2012 | Cluster Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Lisa Hanley PhD | Rethinking Informality: Contesting Public Space in the Historic Center of Quito
15.02.2012 | Cluster Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Prof. Dr. Schröter | The Performance Claim of Representative Bureaucracy: Can it Deliver?
08.02.2012 | Cluster Colloquium | Urban & Regional Diversities | Sebastian Topp MA | Eigenlogik von Städten - "Diversität im globalen Gleichklang" ("Diversity in Global Harmony")
21.11.2011 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Part 2 | Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell Information Concepts in Economic Theory with an Application to Rating Agencies
14.11.2011 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Part 1 | Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell: Information Concepts in Economic Theory with an Application to Rating Agencies
26.10.2011 | Research Colloquium | Research Cluster Urban & Regional Diversities | Presentation and discussion of the research project: Institutional Capacity Concepts and their Contribution to the Explanation of Transnational Regional Governance Structures
24.10.2011 | Research Colloquium Complex Systems | Prof. Dr. Dirk Baecker: Complexity research using the example of the Third Reich
13.04.2011 | Bruno Latour on Compositionism |Prof. Dr. Bruno Latour | Sciences Po Paris | Vice President for research
24.02.2011 | The Politics of Culture in a Divided City. The Case of Nicosia | Prof. Dr. Gisela Welz | Goethe University Frankfurt am Main | Chair for Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology
15.12.2010 | Relational models in management research | Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe, Technical University of Munich | Chair of Business Administration - Strategy and Organization
17.11.2010, 12:00 - 13:45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Dr. Josef Bernhart, EURAC Institute for Public Management | Bolzano: "Administrative modernization in Italy - what can we learn from the land of pasta, pizza and Berlusconi?"
13.10.2010, 12.00 - 13:45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Francesco Longo, Prof. Associato Istituto Pubblica Amministrazione e Sanità (IPAS) Direttore CERGAS | Università Bocconi, Milano: Transactional or Relational Contracts to Steer Contracted out Public Services?
29.09.2010, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Dr. Mark Hallerberg, Professor of Political Economy and Public Management at the Hertie School of Governance: "Fiscal Governance in Europe".
14.04.2010, 12.00 p.m. - 1.45 p.m. | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Dr. Hans F. Illy, Arnold Bergstraesser Institute for Research in Cultural Studies | Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg: "Good Governance in Development Cooperation: Our Beautiful Concepts and the Recalcitrant Partner"
07.04.2010 | The Performance Consequences of New Forms of Ambidexterity in the Context of Interorganizational Innovation | Prof. Dr. Ulrich Lichtenthaler | WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management | Chair of Innovation and Organization
30.03.2010, 12:00 - 13:45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Dr. Ferdinand Schuster, KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft: "Sustainability Policy and New Budgeting - New Opportunities for the Sustainability of German Municipalities"
29.03.2010 | Forms of Cognition: Reflections from a Philosophical Perspective | Dr. phil. Christina Weiß, Cologne
24.03.2010, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Dr. Dennis Hilgers, University of Hamburg: "Government 2.0: With Open Cooperation Principles to an Interactive State"
24.02.2010, 12.00 p.m. - 1.45 p.m. | Brown Bag Lunch | Leila Ayana, M.A. PMG & PPGG Scholarship Holder: "Are NGO's in Developing Countries Beneficial?- A Practitioner's Perspective"
03.02.2010, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Harald Plamper, Director General of GTZ in Jordan: "Development Cooperation: Poison, Placebo or Medicine?"
20.01.2010, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Dr. Christoph Dickmanns, Director, Economy and City Marketing Pforzheim: "Regional Competitiveness and Cluster Policy - Synergies through Cooperation".
11/18/2009, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. | Brown Bag Lunch | Dr. Elisabeth Wolf- Csanády, Senior Internal Specialist for Communications at UniCredit Global Information Services: "Internal Communications as a Balancing Act between Strategy Support and Credibility"
11.11.2009, 12.00 p.m. - 1.45 p.m. | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Dr. Bernd Reissert, Rector of the University of the Federal Employment Agency: "A new management model in labor market policy? A balance 7 years after Hartz"
21.10.2009, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Prof. Dr. Martin Brüggemeier, Professor at HTW Berlin for Business Administration and Public Management: "Bureaucracy Reduction in Administrative Execution- the FRESCO Processor"
14.10.2009 | Terrorism and the Politics of Fear | Prof. Dr. David Altheide | Virginia State University | USA
14.10.2009, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | Dr. Peter Hablützel, owner of Hablützel- Consulting and former director of the Federal Personnel Office, Bern: "Financial Crisis as an Epochal Turning Point".
07.10.2009 | European Cities and Regions in the Post-Traditional Knowledge Society | Prof. Dr. Ulf Matthiesen, Humboldt University Berlin | Institute for European Ethnology
23.09. 2009, 12.00 - 13.45 | Brown Bag Lunch | M.A. Michael Henkert, collaborator of Dr. Annette Schavan - former Federal Minister of Education and Research: "Results of a comparative study on the intercultural opening of administrations in Berlin and Hamburg in the context of a master thesis at the Stadt- Friedrichshafen- Chair of Administrative Science
02.09.2009 | Neuro-Information Systems | Dr. René Riedl, Johannes Kepler University Linz | Institute of Information Systems
03.12.2008 | Everyone is Farthest from Himself. Approaches to an Ethics of Creativity Prof. Dr. Dieter Thomä, University of St. Gallen | Chair of Philosophy
26.11.2008 | Discussion on the annual themes for 2008 and 2009; Chair: Prof. Dr. Stephan A. Jansen, Zeppelin University | Chair of Strategic Organization & Finance
05.11.2008 | Creativity: On the Transformation of a Modern Semantics of Leadership | Prof. Dr. Andreas Reckwitz, University of Konstanz | Chair of General Sociology and Sociology of Culture
08.10.2008 | Creativity - Concept, Work and Lifestyle | Prof. Dr. Rainer M. Holm-Hadulla, University of Heidelberg | Head of the Psychotherapeutic Counseling Center of the Student Union and Professor of Psychotherapeutic Medicine
09.04.2008 | Crime and Immigrant Youth: The US-American Experience | Prof. Tony Waters, PhD | Zeppelin University | Chair of Communication Studies & Anthropology of Knowledge
13.03.2008 | The Social Metabolism of Industrialization | Prof. Dr. Rolf Peter Sieferle | University of St. Gallen | Chair of General History
05.03.2008 | 10 Theses on Art Criticism | Dr. Harry Lehmann, Fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude | Stuttgart
14.02.2008 | Discussion about the annual theme 2008, Chair: Prof. Dr. Stephan A. Jansen | Zeppelin University | Chair of Strategic Organization and Financing
23.01.2008 | Prof. Dr. Franz Schultheis, University of St. Gallen | Chair of Sociology: Field and Capital: On the Interdependence of Two Central Categories of Bourdieu's Theory of the Social World
27.11.2007 | Institutions for homo intuitivus | Prof. Dr. Christoph Engel, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Common Goods
24.10.2007 | What matters in "teaching" in the humanities | Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Stanford University, USA | Department of Comparative Literature
02.10.2007 | Discussion round to determine the annual theme for 2008 | Chair: Prof. Dr. Stephan A. Jansen, Zeppelin University | Chair of Strategic Organization and Finance
28.09.2007 | Alice in the Land of Elections. Lewis Carroll's Essays on Proportional Representation | PD Prof. Dr. Joachim Behnke, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich | Geschwister-Scholl-Institute for Political Science
21.09.2007 | Global Governance and the Intelligence of Democracy | Prof. Dr. Helmut Willke | University of Bielefeld | Institute of Sociology
13.02.2007 | What is and what can trend and futures research do? | Matthias Horx, Future Institute, Kelkheim, University of Zurich
23.01.2007 | Arms races and increasing revenue asymmetries in European club soccer - challenges for institutional design | Prof. Dr. Egon Franck
21.11.2006 | The Beyond of Subject and Discipline? From disciplined science to transdisciplinary communication | Dr. Sebastian Manhart, University of Trier
08.11.2006 | The Media Economy in the Spiral of Novelty | Prof. Dr. Michael Hutter, Chair for Theory of the Economy and its Environment | University of Witten/Herdecke
12.10.2006 | Visionaries Flying Blind - Professional Management in Non-University Research Institutions | Dr. Susanne Maria Schmidt, Managing Director and Member of the Board DIW (German Institute for Economic Research), Berlin
11.07.2006 | Cultural Semiotic Perspectives | Dirk Rustemeyer, University of Trier | Department of Pedagogy
14.06.2006 | Social Capital in Europe - Findings and Methodological Shortcomings of Cross-National Studies | Brown Bag Lunch in the framework of the Research Colloquium | Prof. Frane Adam, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana
06.06.2006 | Can there be a European social model? | Dr. Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics
02.05.2006 | Germany's reform potential | Mathias Bucksteeg, PROGNOS AG
11.04.2006 | Recent Developments in Political Science | Prof. Dr. Frank Nullmeier, University of Duisburg-Essen
31.05.2005 | Theses on Welfare State Reform | Prof. Dr. Birger P. Priddat | Chair of Political Economy | Zeppelin University
12.04.2005 | The Investing Society - A New Economy of Solidarity? | Prof. Dr. Paul Nolte | International University Bremen
25.01.2005 | Megatrends - education lifestyle tomorrow | Roman Retzbach, International Institute and University for Future and Trend Research
04.12.2004 | Why look at suffering? Is the pain of the other only the pain of the other? | Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg | Zeppelin University | Chair of Cultural Management and Staging Practice
23.11.2004 | Social Stability: Myth or Reality? An Attempt at a Cultural Anthropological Analysis. Case Russia | Andrey Terekhin, PhD | PWI - Software Innovations and Development Services, Moscow
09.11.2004 | Determinism versus free will - Philosophical and neurophysiological aspects of our decisions and actions | Prof. Dr. Uwe an der Heiden | University of Witten/Herdecke | Faculty of Life Sciences | Institute of Mathematics
05.10.2004 | Choosing the Right Map in the Theory Jungle of Management Research | Prof. Dr. Jetta Frost, Zeppelin University | Chair of Corporate Management