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Dialog with researchers into a destiny during Audi about digitization, dilemmas and diversity

“Science in Dialog” is an eventuality format which, in further to ominous lectures, aims to encourage a personal dialog between participants and speakers. The module for a year 2019 offers a far-reaching operation of topics, including argumentative ones such as questions of reliable shortcoming compared with a use of synthetic intelligence. Interested persons can also learn some-more about a city of a future, choice expostulate systems and a intensity of blockchain technologies. The drivers of digitalization and a impact on a bland lives will also be examined. The scientists will also share their thoughts and theses on general environmental policy, farrago government and a awareness trend. Altogether, academics from eleven European universities will be guest during Audi.

“Transformation has many opposite facets and presents us all with vital challenges,” pronounced Wendelin Göbel, Member of a Board of Management for Human Resources and Organization during AUDI AG. “This is because a farrago of topics during ‘Science in Dialog’ is larger than ever. Together with people from a region, we demeanour brazen to insights that warn and inspire, as good as to discussions that heighten us and sojourn in a memories.”

Audi determined a “Science in Dialog” array dual years ago as a inheritor to a “Audi Colloquium.” The association will shortly strech a 30,000 caller symbol for a systematic events it has been charity given 2004. The new annual module is now accessible in digital form at

The lectures will start during 5 pm during a Audi Conference Center on Ettinger Strasse in Ingolstadt and during a Audi Forum in Neckarsulm. Participation is giveaway of charge. Please register per E-mail during [email protected]

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Press contacts:
Ingolstadt: Michaela Schnellhardt, phone 0841 89 34009
Neckarsulm: Claudia Maria Rülke, phone 07132 31 79546

The following lectures will be hold during a Audi Conference Center in Ingolstadt:

January 29, 2019
The Art and Science of Mindfulness in Business: Productivity, Teamwork and Creativity
Prof. Dr. Shashi Matta
Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

February 19, 2019
Blockchain Technology: Basics, Application Examples and Recommendations for Use
Prof. Wolfgang Prinz, PhD
RWTH Aachen University

March 19, 2019
May Machines Kill? The Dilemma with Automated Driving
Prof. Dr. Dr. Eric Hilgendorf
Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg

April 9, 2019
Turbulent Times: Is Politics Becoming Unpredictable?
Prof. Dr. Klaus H. Goetz
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

May 7, 2019
Privacy in a Digitalized World?
Prof. Jens Grossklags, PhD
Technical University of Munich

July 16, 2019
Contracting 4.0: How Supplier Relationships Are Changing as a Result of Digitization
Prof. Dr. Michael Eßig
Bundeswehr University of Munich

October 15, 2019
The Digital Transformation: Who is Actually Doing It?
Prof. Dr. Sabine Pfeiffer
Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

December 10, 2019
Diversity as a Treasure Chest: New Challenges and Opportunities for Executives
Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander
University of St. Gallen

The following lectures will be hold during a Audi Forum in Neckarsulm:

February 28, 2019
Drive+: The Diversity of a Mobile Future
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Bremer
University of Kassel

June 6, 2019
Fast, Easy and Free: Digital Quality from a Customer’s Perspective
Prof. Dr. Matthias Gouthier
University of Koblenz-Landau

September 19, 2019
How Do Clean Drive Systems and Renewable Power Generation Fit Together?
Prof. Dr. Detlef Stolten
RWTH Aachen University

November 19, 2019
Climate Protection and a Paris Agreement: A Global Comparison
Prof. Dr. Miranda Schreurs
Technical University of Munich