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ENLIGHT Lecture on “Digital Revolution & Society"

Join our online lecture on "Digital Revolution & Society" on July 12th at 3 pm CET!

Gain insights into the dynamic interplay between technology and society and learn more about the evolving digital landscape. Broaden your perspective with the expertise of our speakers.

  • Itziar Alkorta (University of the Basque Country): Five crucial challenges on AI regulation 
  • Cornelia Connolly (University of Galway): The Robotic robots in education explored 
  • Chris Warin (University of Göttingen): Usable privacy in extended reality in the era of the metaverse 

All members from the ENLIGHT community, external partners and wider public are welcome to join the lecture. You can register and participate in a Zoom Session or tune in on the ENLIGHT Youtube Channel where the lecture will be broadcasted live. Registration for the Zoom Session is possible on the website of the University of Göttingen (

Networking event after the lecture for researchers from ENLIGHT universities

Each lecture is followed by a networking event for the scientific community. In the brand-new virtual space, the researchers from ENLIGHT universities can not only continue the discussion on the lecture`s topic but also use the opportunity to identify common research interests. This event serves as a platform for developing new ideas for future cooperation within the network. The ENLIGHT team supports this process by providing insights on funding opportunities. Researchers from all stages are more than welcome to join in! Please register here.

About ENLIGHT Lecture Series

The ENLIGHT lecture series takes place each semester and represents one of the flagship domains which are key determinants of societal well-being and sustainability. For our ENLIGHT lectures, scientists, and researchers from across the ENLIGHT network come together to discuss different perspectives on and approaches to combat climate change. The topics in this fall's lecture series range from food & sustainability to the impact of climate change on migration.

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