GISSV - HPI Lecture Series
GISSV is partnering with the Hasso-Plattner-Institut (HPI)!
The first collaboration is the creation of this new digital lecture series called: Learn · Design · Innovate.
All of GISSV High School students, plus other students from our fellow German Schools Abroad in North America, participate in the lecture series.
Given the value-filled event, we welcome any interested parent or staff to join. Please see your emails for the invitation and the event link(s).
Lecture and Q&A | 8:00 – 9:30 am (PST):
December 2 | Prof. Dr. Felix Naumann (HPI)
How Data and Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives
Kick-Off Event with a special welcome
by German Consul General Hans-Ulrich Südbeck.
December 10 | Sebastian Pasewaldt (HPI)
How is Technology Redefining our Creativity?
December 15 | Prof. Dr. Bert Arnrich (HPI)
Paving the Way For a User-Centered and Preventive Healthcare Model
January 12 | Thomas J Fuchs, DSc (HPI/Mount Sinai)
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: From Terminators to Virtual Doctors
February 25 | Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel (HPI)
Stay tuned! More info to follow.
and login details
will be sent via email
to our GISSV community.
If you are from one of our
fellow German Schools
of North America,
the event links are available
from your school
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Director and CEO of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering gGmbH (HPI) and Dean of the Digital Engineering Faculty of the Potsdam University
Head of the Chair, Professor for Digital Health - Connected Healthcare (Joint Digital-Engineering Faculty of HPI and the University of Potsdam)
About Prof. Dr. Bert Arnrich
Thomas J. Fuchs, DSc
Dean of Artificial Intelligence and Human Health and Co-Director of HPI for Digital Health at Mount Sinai
About Thomas J. Fuchs, DSc
Professor for Information Systems (Joint Digital-Engineering Faculty of HPI and the University of Potsdam)
About Prof. Dr. Felix Naumann
CEO at Digital Masterpieces and HPI Research Staff / Fellow (Joint Digital-Engineering Faculty of HPI and the University of Potsdam)
About Sebastian Pasewaldt