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conferences (organizer):

  • 11.-12.11.2010: „Future of Robotics in Germany and Japan: Intercultural Perspectives and Technical Opportunities“ in Dresden, Germany (organized by Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernhard Irrgang & Michael Funk, TU Dresden, Germany; funded by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung & MEXT Global COE Program: The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy, JSPS Kakenhi Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, No. 21520004) 1, 3

workshops (organizer):

  • 23.08.2018: „Nachdenken über Roboter: Ethik und Verantwortung“ in Klagenfurt, Austria (one day workshop at the „Summer of Robots Reloaded“ together with Dr. Bernhard Dieber at the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics, JOANNEUM RESEARCH) 2, 3
  • 30.08.2017: „Roboter, welche wollen wir und welche wollen wir nicht?“ in Klagenfurt, Austria (one day workshop at the „Summer of Robots“ together with Dr. Bernhard Dieber at the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics, JOANNEUM RESEARCH) 2, 3
  • 13.03.2017: „Ludwig Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Technology“ in Vienna, Austria (organized by Univ.-Prof. Mark Coeckelbergh, Michael Funk, University of Vienna, Austria; Stefan Koller, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, USA) 1, a
  • 11.11.2016: „Plants and Robots: New Directions in Relational Ethics“ in Vienna, Austria (organized and funded by the FWF research project “New Directions in Plant Ethics”: Univ.-Prof. Angela Kallhoff, Dr. Marcello Di Paola, MMag. Maria Schörgenhumer; the Chair of Philosophy of Media and Technology: Univ.-Prof. Mark Coeckelbergh, Dr. Janina Loh, Michael Funk, University of Vienna, Austria) 1, 3
  • 06.-07.06.2015: „Philosophische Fragen und Ethik des Umgangs mit Drohnen, UAVs und Kampfrobotern“ in Dresden, Germany (organized by Michael Funk, Silvio Leuteritz & Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernhard Irrgang, TU Dresden, Germany) 2
  • 12.-13.07.2014: „Philosophische Fragen und Ethik des Cyberwar“ in Dresden, Germany (organized by Michael Funk, Silvio Leuteritz & Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernhard Irrgang, TU Dresden, Germany) 2

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program committee:

  • workshop (13.03.2017): „Ludwig Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Technology“ in Vienna, Austria (organized by Univ.-Prof. Mark Coeckelbergh, Michael Funk, University of Vienna, Austria; Stefan Koller, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, USA) 1, a

 


 

thematic emphasis:

  • 1 human-technology-culture-world-relations; specifically:
  • 2 informationtechnologies & cyberspaces; privacy & data-security; information-warfare & cyberwar; drones & combat-robots
  • 3 (civil) robots, social robotics, care-robots; human-machine-interaction, -interfaces & -communication
  • 4 genetic engineering, biotechnologies & synthetic biology; biomedicine; paleoanthropology
  • 5 music; synesthesia & creativity
  • 6 transdisciplinarity & interdisciplinarity (methods, terminology and application in research processes)
  • a Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • b Helmuth Plessner

Each of the six emphasis is assigned and highlighted by a green colored number, the classical authors by an orange coloured letter, in the lists:

 

speeches   –   publications

 


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