The Research Training Group will reconstruct the concept of privacy with the overall aim of developing a comprehensive theory of privacy and describing its parameters and interaction with other concepts. It therefore addresses graduates and postgraduates who are able to present a viable and interdisciplinary research concept that promises excellent research results in the future.
The graduate training group focuses on the concept of 'privacy' due to its current societal and scientific relevance. Our research objective is to question modern privacy concepts in times of rapid digitality development and a firm heteronomy in information.
Find out more about our interdisciplinary privacy research:
To date, the subject of privacy has not been a major objective of any interdisciplinary research. In fact, it has always been regarded as a residuum. In this academic context, the research traning group hosts and executes plenty of conferences, lecture series and many more.
Are you intending to work on a research project that matches our thematic areas and scope? Then we would like to hear from you!
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about giving guest lectures or conducting research as a visiting scholar: