[AISWorld] Berlin HealthFutures Conference March 7-8): Final Registration Deadline Feb 28
Jarvenpaa, Sirkka L
Sirkka.Jarvenpaa at mccombs.utexas.edu
Tue Feb 26 23:14:40 EST 2019
BERLIN Workshop on Towards Health Futures: Digital Innovation, Infrastructure, and Entrepreneurship on Bio Data
Digital Entrepreneurship Hub, Freie Universität Berlin
March 7-8, 2018
Full Agenda: www.de-hub.org/biodata-spring<http://www.de-hub.org/biodata-spring>
Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa, McCombs School of Business, Univ of Texas at Austin
Michael Barrett, Judge Business School, Cambridge University
Hannes Rothe, Digital Entrepreneurship Hub, Freie Universität Berlin
The final registration date for the workshop is Feb 28 2019. We invite researchers and scientists who are interested in or working on research topics related to human health and bio data and data driven diagnostics, treatments, products, and services that may change human health and life. This primary objective of this inaugural workshop is to bring together scholars with diverse expertise and disciplinary backgrounds to establish an interdisciplinary community that could initiate novel conversations on data innovation, entrepreneurship, and infrastructure topics around human health futures.
To this end, the workshop facilitates highly collaborative small group and large group conversations topics.
To cover the expenses for facilities, lunch and dinner on March 7 and March 8, 2019, we ask participants for a fee of 250 EUR (150 EUR for Ph.D. students).
Key learnings from the workshop will be documented, aggregated, and published in a joint workshop report. The joint report will be circulated among all attendees for comments before publication.
Full agenda at: www.de-hub.org/biodata-spring<http://www.de-hub.org/biodata-spring>
Ali Sunyaev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,Germany
Daniel Fürstenau, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Elizabeth Davidson, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA
Eivor Oborn, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Georg von Krogh, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Guodong Gao, University of Maryland, USA
Indranil Bardhan, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Jan Marco Leimeister, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Kalle Lyytinen, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Katharina Lauer, Elixir, United Kingdom
Lars Matthiassen, Georgia State University, USA
Lynne Markus, Bentley University, USA
Magnus Mahring, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Margunn Aanestad, University of Oslo
Martin Gersch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Olga Makarova, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Panos Constantinides, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Ravi Aron, John Hopkins University, USA
Ritu Agarwal, University of Maryland, USA
Samer Faraj, McGill University, Canada
Shi-Ying Lim, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Vaibhav Rajan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Xenia Vassilakopoulou, University of Agder, Norway
Youngjin Yoo, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Covered topics include but are not limited to:
Digital innovation, infrastructure and entrepreneurship for sharing bio & health data (i.e., platforms and infrastructures)
* Emerging organizational forms and business models including “data collectives” and “data trusts” and new roles (for instance, “data brokers”, “curators”, “guardians”).
• Incentive mechanisms and organizational capabilities required to leverage data sharing.
• Providing data in a domain of a rapidly changing knowledge base
• Governance related to the distribution of control, consent, and the assignments of rights across actors.
• Legal and political ramifications of conceptualising data as infrastructural resources, digital objects, and valuable objects.
• Theoretical and methodological challenges of studying data as infrastructural resources, digital objects and valuable objects.
Digital innovation and entrepreneurship on bio & health data (i.e., new ventures, products, and services)
• Practices of utilizing private and open data in a highly regulated market
• Business model innovation along data pipelines in digital ecosystems
• (De-)Contextualization of data by digital ventures
• The interplay among multiple layers of data within digital ecosystems (e.g. end users that actively contribute their data, data aggregators and intermediaries, data analytics service providers).
• Navigating conflicting logics across digital and entrepreneurial ecosystems
• The evolution of open, closed, and hybrid data repositories within and across organizations.
• How far does available bio data disrupt health systems – from disease prevention, health promotion, to longevity.
• Data sharing and competition dynamics between firms in digital markets (including the role of policies and regulation, such as for instance, GDPR).
For further information, please contact Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa (sirkka.jarvenpaa at mccombs.utexas.edu<mailto:sirkka.jarvenpaa at mccombs.utexas.edu>), Michael Barrett (m.barrett at jbs.cam.ac.uk<mailto:m.barrett at jbs.cam.ac.uk>), and Hannes Roth (hannes.rothe at fu-berlin.de<mailto:hannes.rothe at fu-berlin.de>).
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