7º Diálogo Brasil-Alemanha de Ciência, Pesquisa e Inovação - Apresentações

Acesse aqui, clicando no nome dos palestrantes, as apresentações do 7º Diálogo Brasil-Alemanha de Ciência, Pesquisa e Inovação, realizado em 30 e 31 de outubro pelo DWIH São Paulo e FAPESP na cidade de São Paulo. A edição teve como tema “Working and learning in a digital world”. 

Day 1 – October, 30th

Keynote Speaker Germany

- Hartmut Hirsch-Kreinsen, Former Chair of Economic and Industrial Sociology and appointed senior professor at TU Dortmund University and member of the Research Advisory Board of the Platform Industry 4.0 in Germany.

Keynote Speaker Brazil 

- Glauco Arbix, Full Professor of Sociology at the University of São Paulo, and head of the Observatory for Innovation, at the Institute of Advanced Studies  at the University of São Paulo.

Day 2 – October, 31th

Panel 1 - Working in a Digital World

Session 1.1 - Main Technological Trends Affecting Work and Jobs

- Luís da Cunha Lamb, Professor and Vice President for Research (Pro-Rector for Research) at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre.
- Bernd Dworschak, Team leader of the team “Competence Management” at the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering in Stuttgart, Germany.
 
Session 1.2 - Structural / Qualitative Development and Organization of Labor

- Afonso Carlos Correa Fleury, Professor in the area of Work, Technology and Organization at the University of Sao Paulo and (former) head of the Production Engineering Department.
- Martin Kuhlmann, Senior researcher and co-ordinator of the research perspective „Arbeit – Organisation – Subjekt͞ at Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut (SOFI) Göttingen – Sociological Research Institute at the University of Göttingen.
 

Session 1.3 - Different Perspectives of Employment Development

- Naercio Menezes Filho, IFB Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Public Policies at Insper and Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Sao Paulo.
- Joachim Möller, Director of the Institute for Employment Research of the Federal Employment Agency (IAB), Nuremberg and Full Professor of Economics at the University of Regensburg.
 
 

Panel 2 - Skills and Learning in a Digital World

Session 2.1 - Needed Interchangeable and Soft Skills in a Digital World

- Markus Feufel, Head of the Division of Ergonomics of the Department of Psychology and Ergonomics at Technische Universität Berlin.
- Simon Schwartzman, Collaborator at Institute of Studies on Labor and Society (IETS), Rio de Janeiro.
 

Session 2.2 – Teaching and Learning Methods to Build-up New Skills 

- José Armando Valente, Full Professor of the Multimedia Department at the Art Institute and Researcher of the Nucleus of Informatics Applied to Education (NIED), Coordinator of the Management Group on Educational Technologies (GGTE), at State University Campinas (Unicamp).
- Gerrit Posselt, Head  of  research  group  „Learning  Factory“  at  the  Technische  Universität  Braunschweig  within  the  Institute  of  Machine  Tools  and  Production  Technology.
 

Session 2.3 - Learning for all Distinct Age, Skill and Social Groups 

- Monika Hackel, Head of Department 2 Structure and Regulation of Vocational Education and Training and Vocational Education and Training for People with Disabilities at the  Federal  Institute  for  Vocational  Education  and  Training  in  Germany  (BIBB).
Marcia Regina de Lima Silva, Professor  at  the  Department  of  Sociology,  University  of  São  Paulo and senior researcher  at  CEBRAP  (Brazilian  Center  for  Analysis  and  Planning)
 
 Final Keynotes: National Research and Technology Policies to Promote Digitalization Processes and the Development of Skills 
 
- Klaus Kreulich, Vice President for Innovation and Quality of Education at University of Applied Sciences of Munich (HS München).

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