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Internationale Lehrveranstaltungen - Freitag, 07.05.21

09.30 (CEST)
Personal Documentation (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Dipl.-Des. Katharina Bosse 

Name of guest:

Yulie Cohen 

Title of event:

Personal Documentation 

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Time of event:

09.30 – 16.00 (break from 12.00 – 13.00) 

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Registration with:

yuliecohen@gmail.com 

Registration deadline:

29.04.2021 

Open for the following
study programmes:

A & MA students: Art, Design, Industrial Design, Visual communication, Photography, Video, Filmmaking, animation, Fashion, Jewellery, Ceramics - all studies with the Art & Design

Limit of participants:

10

Content of event:

The workshop focuses on self-documentation, which usually takes place within the intimate framework of the family, and in the relationships between the speaking individual and social institutions (family, government, etc.).  The course, centered on self-documentation, represents, among other things, a dominant cultural trend today that encourages self-exposure, but, unlike uncritical “selfie culture,” it emphasizes the difference and the distinctive nature of personal documentation as an autobiographical record that usually includes the intersection between the private sphere and the public and political one.

Yulie Cohen is a Filmmaker and a distinguished lecturer.  Earned a degree in Sociology & Anthropology from Tel Aviv University (1981), and an MA with distinction in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology (1984).
Worked in films in New York and Los Angeles, returning to Israel in 1988 for the birth of the first of two daughters.
Since 1993, Yulie has directed and/or produced many documentaries. Her films, including the acclaimed trilogy My Terrorist (2002), My Land Zion (2004) and My Brother (2007) have been shown at international film festivals, translated to more than 20 languages, broadcast worldwide by many television channels, purchased by the libraries of dozens of academies, and discussed at conferences in Israel and abroad. Cohen was awarded the Art of Film prize at the Jerusalem Film Festival in 2005.
My Israel (2008) was commissioned by BBC and was based on the trilogy.  A Minor Shrine For Our Love (2014) was curated for Dani Karavan's exhibition 50 years of the Negev Monument in The Negev Museum of Art.  Our Natural Right (2020) was premiered in Tel Aviv Solidarity Film Festival. Since 2008, she has been teaching at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem including the course Personal Documentation in the M.Des. Degree programme of visual communications at Bezalel.

11.30 (CEST)
Topics to digital marketing (Cancelled due to illness)

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Riza Öztürk 

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. Ela Sibel Bayrak-Meydanoglu 

Title of event:

Topics to digital marketing 

Type of event:

Lecture 

Time of event:

11.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English 

Open for the following
study programmes:

All bachelor's degree programmes in the Faculty of Business

Content of event:

The goal is to provide a systematic presentation of the operational practices of (international) mobile business, including instruments of the mobile business system, technologies, applications and the (international) market. The course aims to impart an awareness of the continuous changes in these major fields, alongside with changes in international mobile business approaches, market strategies and practices. Its objective is to analyse the nature of mobile business at the international, regional, national, institutional and corporate levels, to provide the student with an understanding of the concepts and techniques related to international mobile business l operations and to discuss the major current events in this field. Main topics are Technical Basics, Economic Fundamentals, Mobile application scenarios, Mobile Marketing, Mobile Payment, and Security.

Prof. Dr. Ela Sibel Bayrak Meydanoğlu is a Professor of Management Information Systems and Marketing at the Department of Business Administration at Turkish-German University (Istanbul). She earned her bachelor's degree in Business Informatics in 1997 and maste's degree in Finance and Accounting in 2000 at Marmara University (Istanbul). She earned her doctorate at the University of Lüneburg (Germany) in 2005. She was promoted to the associate professorship in the area of Management Information Systems by the Turkish Higher Education Council in 2011. She teaches on e-business, management information systems, digital marketing in bachelor and master programs. Her current fields of research cover digital transformation, digital business, and digital marketing.

14.00 (CEST)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Opportunities in a Digitalizing Europe: Experiences from Finland

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Wach 

Name of guest:

Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev 

Title of event:

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Opportunities in a Digitalizing Europe: Experiences from Finland 

Type of event:

Lecture

Time of event:

14.00

Link of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English 

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes 

Content of event:

In this lecture, Finland's innovation and entrepreneurship profile will be presented through the lens of the digital economy's trends in Europe.

The course will include the following topics:

  1. Finland and its international innovation profile
  2. Finland's national innovation (eco-)system as the founding block of entrepreneurship and innovation
  3. Education in & for innovation: teaching local and being global; glocalization and globalization of the Finnish education.
  4. Innovation types, innovation methods & innovation trajectories - reconsidered through digital business realities
  5. Finland & Europe go digital: remarks on Europe's and Finland's digital culture
  6. Finland's perspective of networking & idea's maturation: towards international entrepreneurship opportunities


Dr. Mikhail Nemilentsev:

  • Degrees: 22.08.2013 Doctoral Degree in Economics (KTT). Major subject – Entrepreneurship. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä School of Business and Economics. Finland. 04.02.2013 Ph.D. Degree in Economics. Major subject – Pricing; Saint-Petersburg State Economic University. Department of Finance. Russia.
  • Current employment: 01.01.2018-till present – Principal Lecturer, Head of BBA Programme in International Business, Head and Studies Coordinator of MBA Programme in International Business Management, Coordinator of Double Degree Programmes, Project Manager and Project Expert (Creative Industries –Unit), Department of International Business (Kouvola), South-Eastern University of Applied Sciences (XAMK). Finland.
  • Research interests in entrepreneurship, innovation, economic clusters, entrepreneurship education, and family business. Project manager, project expert and project developer in multiple RDI projects incl. Finland-Russia cross-border and Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programmes as well as Finnish national and regional entrepreneurship development projects with the aim to boost international and regional entrepreneurship in Finland.
  • Certified teacher in international higher education, holder of the diploma of Finnish national programme “RDI-expert coaching”, Innovation and Commercialisation track.
14.00 (CEST)
Signal processing in ferromagnetic fibers

Name of host:

Prof. Dr. Andrea Ehrmann

Name of guest:

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz

Title of event:

Signal processing in ferromagnetic fibers

Type of event:

Scientific Lecture

Time of event:

14.00 - 15.30

Zoomlink of event:

Available in ILIAS (iw.fh-bielefeld.de)

Language of event:

English

Open for the following
study programmes:

Open for all study programmes

Content of event:

Magnetic fibers are of large interest for diverse applications. The presentation will give an insight into static and dynamic micromagnetic simulations with novel methods, focussing on signal processing for new applications in spintronics and neuromorphic computing.

Prof. Dr. hab. Tomasz Blachowicz:

  • Professor at SUT since 2009.
  • Habilitation in Physics completed in June 2004, "Brillouin spectroscopy in crystal lattices - acoustic and spin waves", Gdansk University, Institute of Experimental Physics, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, Gdansk, Poland;

  • Experienced in
    • Electronics incl. laboratory electrical and optical measurements;
    • Optical and mechanical system design for spectroscopy, luminescence, medical imaging, and magneto-optics;
    • Fractals, multifractals, deterministic chaos, econophysics, geomorphology;
    • Geophysics by image processing;
    • Elastic waves (Sezawa, Rayleigh) in layered materials;
    • Spintronics, magnetoelectronics;
    • Spin waves and GHZ phonons optical spectroscopy (Brillouin light scattering - BLS);
    • Lasers (gas, solid-state) and optical system alignment;
    • Textile magnetism;
  • Particular research interests
    • Computer simulations of physical phenomena, parallel computing (Magpar), OOMMF, textile magnetism;
    • Physics of textiles; magnetism of textiles & textile magnets incl. optical methods;
    • Magnetoelectronics, exchange-bias, magnetic effects in low-dimensional structures, magnetization dynamics, spintronics by optical methods;
    • Optical spectroscopies - in crystals, metallic superlattices, semiconductors, thin layers, multilayers; acoustic phonons and magnons - BLS, MOKE, DMOKE, photoluminescence;
    • Image processing
Masks - augmented personality (from Monday to Friday)

Name of host:

Prof. Philipp Rupp 

Name of guest:

Christine Rösch 

Title of event:

Masks - augmented personality 

Type of event:

Workshop (from Monday to Friday)

Zoomlink of event:

Participants will be informed of the exact dates and zoom links when they register

Language of event:

German

Registration with:

philipp.rupp@fh-bielefeld.de 

Open for the following
study programme:

Fashion/KD 

Limit of participants:

15

Content of event:

The workshop Masks - augmented personality opens up a refreshing space for intuitive creation and the fun material, texture and colour composition of a mask with a concise character, and invites inspiring exchange and critical reflection on linked themes such as up-cycling, queer culture, the question of inspiration and cultural appropriation or the restitution of cultural heritage.

Christine Rösch is a fashion designer and lecturer at the Universities of Art and Design in Basel and Geneva.
After her initial professional experiences at the traditional Paris fashion house Sonia Rykiel and the avant-garde Maison Martin Margiela, she contributed to shape the menswear brand Raf Simons as the Joint Head Designer for several years. To expand those experiences, she took the role as the Head of Apparel at the fast-growing high-performance company On-running in Zurich. Since 2017, Christine is further enrolled as a lecturer and jury member in the Basel Institute of Fashion and is currently co-responsible for the MA2 program at the HEAD in Geneva, while pursuing the MA program in Art History and Iconic Theory at the University of Basel. 

 

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