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The ENS Coworking Space

Our Coworking Space is the heart of the ENS campus. It offers a shared location to work collaboratively or individually on your projects. Increase your productivity and creativity, giving you the opportunity to exchange your ideas with your fellow students and getting fedback from academic staff, mentors and external professionals.
The Coworking Space has a floor area of 250qm and is equipped with a kitchen, a coworking area with modular elements, working cabins and two open-plan offices for academic staff and research assistants. Located on the first floor of the library of Collegium Polonicum, it offers flexible access for members of the ENS community. Enjoy the features: Wi-Fi, coffee, access to printing, copying and scanning facilities.

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    ENS Coworking Space

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    Space for individual work

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    Space for Group Work

M2M Mentorship Platform

Our M2M mentorship platform aims to connect students of the Master of Digital Entrepreneurship (MoDE) with mentors from different fields of business, research and development. Once registered on the platform, you can get in touch with mentors providing the type of support you need to discuss your innovative ideas and develop your individual project further. The relationship between mentee and mentor is sought, found and negotiated on a bilateral basis.

Please register online and create your profile to find your personal mentors.

M2M Mentorship Platform

Teaching Staff

Prof. Dr. Philipp Hacker

hacker[at]europa-uni.de

Prof. Dr. Lauri Wessel

wessel[at]europa-uni.de

Prof. Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth

passoth[at]europa-uni.de

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Klinger

klinger[at]europa-uni.de

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Neyer

neyer[at]europa-uni.de

Dr. Johannes Gruber

gruber[at]europa-uni.de

Stefan Hanke

shanke[at]europa-uni.de

Johann Cordes

cordes[at]europa-uni.de

Janina Rochon

rochon[at]europa-uni.de

Silvan Pollozek

pollozek[at]europa-uni.de

Dr. Filip Biały

bialy[at]europa-uni.de

Łukasz Dulęba

duleba[at]europa-uni.de

dr. Agnieszka Vetulani-Cęgiel

vetulani-cegiel[at]europa-uni.de

Internships

You can collect 12 ECTS credits in the practical module (D). Here, you can choose between a full-time work placement for ten weeks or a group project of the same duration. The work placement should be qualifying for profession and bear reference to digital society. Organization and realization of the work placements are in the responsibility of the students. Recognition of the work placements is decided upon by the examination board and prepared by the MoDE program coordinator.

In case of shorter work placements, workshops of the Viadrina Business Incubator can be recognized with one ECTS credit per workshop (8h plus personal working activities).

The Viadrina Career Center can provide support in finding a suitable work placement, locally as well as abroad. Further details can be found in the Guideline for Work Placements below.

Guideline for Work Placements

Important Documents

Exams

Registration

All students who wish to participate in exams will have to register in time. Students without any prior registration will be exempted from taking part in the exams with no exceptions.

Examination Board

  • Duties

    The examination board of the MoDE makes sure that the terms of the regulations are complied with. They report on the development of the exams and the study periods to the faculties, give new input to reform the regulations and present the distribution of the module grades and the final grades. They decide on the transfer of study and examination credits as well as on the permission for exam registration and the examination dates.

  • Members

    Professors:
    Prof. Dr. Lauri Wessel (chairperson)
    Prof. Dr. Jan-Hendrik Passoth (representative)
    Prof. Dr. Philipp Hacker
    Prof. UAM dr hab. Jarosław Jańczak

    Academic staff:
    Stefan Hanke

    Non-academic staff:
    Tabea Wittneben-Fidan

    Students:
    Merle Pohl

  • Contact

    exam-ens[at]europa-uni.de

    For a personal appointment, please write us an email.

Support

  • Reach out to our administrative team to clarify your questions regarding your studies at ENS:

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    Make an online appointment

  • Get in touch with the MoDE program coordinators:

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Digital Campaigning Conference

Digital Campaigning in Dissonant Public Spheres

May 8-11, 2022

Villa la Collina - Cadenabbia - Italy

About

Digital communication and digital media are massively challenging our understanding, thinking and knowledge about elections, referenda, protest mobilization and other forms of political campaigning and engagement. Not only have political parties mediatized in high-choice media environments, but transformed into transmedia parties with communication at the core of their activities. Public spheres have become dissonant, disrupted by the inability to communicate across differences, increasing cacophony and polarization, and facilitate the manipulations of voter’s opinion formation at a massive and transnational scale.

The aim of this international conference is to discuss the current state of research, reflect on the EP elections 2019, the 2020 US presidential campaigns and several national elections in the recent past (2017-2021). Where do we stand, where does political communication research need to go, how can we overcome the challenges of data access restrictions, what can we learn from qualitative approaches? How can we trace and monitor digital manipulations across countries and over time? What are the public responses to these new phenomena?

This conference aims to bring together researchers interested in those problems: political communication proposed by the candidates and parties in the recent electoral contests and beyond, the reception and possible reaction from the citizens, and, thirdly, the consequences such communication and responses may have on the future of the democratic public spheres.

Call for Papers

We encourage authors to submit papers based on the proposed topics regardless of the geographical area. We are looking for either theoretical papers or papers based on sound methodological work. We welcome quantitative and qualitative approaches from both traditional (surveys, experiments, content analysis, etc.) and more innovative methodologies (social media networks analysis, computational methods or netnography).

Authors should submit a short abstract (around 500 words without bibliography) providing information on the theoretical approach, methods used and possible preliminary results.

Call for Papers

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Location & Organizers

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Venue

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Villa La Collina

Via Rome 11

22011 Cadenabbia (Co.)

Italy

Organizers

  • Ulrike Klinger (European New School of Digital Studies, Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, Germany)
  • Uta Rußmann (FHWien der WKW University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Austria)
  • Andrea Römmele (Hertie School, Germany)
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Germany

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Digital Campaigning in Dissonant Public Spheres

May 8-11, 2022

Villa la Collina - Cadenabbia - Italy

About

Digital communication and digital media are massively challenging our understanding, thinking and knowledge about elections, referenda, protest mobilizations and other forms of political campaigning and engagement. Not only have political parties mediatized in high-choice media environments, but transformed into transmedia parties with communication at the core of their activities. Public spheres have become dissonant, disrupted by the inability to communicate across differences, increasing cacophony and polarization, and facilitate the manipulations of voter’s opinion formation at a massive and transnational scale.

The aim of this international conference is to discuss the current state of research, reflect on the EU elections 2019, the 2020 US presidential campaigns and several national elections in the recent past (2017-2021). Where do we stand, where does political communication research need to go, how can we overcome the challenges of data access restrictions, what can we learn from qualitative approaches? How can we trace and monitor digital manipulations across countries and over time? What are the public responses to this new phenomena?

This conference aims to bring together researchers interested in those problems: political communication proposed by the candidates and parties in the recent electoral contests and beyond, the reception and possible reaction from the citizens, and third, the consequences that such communication and responses may have on the future of the democratic public spheres.

Call for Papers

We encourage Authors to submit papers based on the proposed topics regardless of the geographical area. We are looking for either theoretical papers or papers based on sound methodological work. We welcome quantitative approaches from both traditional approaches (surveys, experiments, content analysis etc.) and more innovative methodologies (social media networks analysis, social scientific computational methods and/or trace data based research).

Authors should submit a short abstract (around 500 words without bibliography), providing information on the theoretical approach, methods used and possible preliminary results.

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Location & Organizers

Venue

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Villa La Collina

Via Rome 11

22011 Cadenabbia (Co.)

Italy

Organizers

  • Ulrike Klinger (Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society; European New School of Digital Studies, Germany)
  • Uta Rußmann (FH Wien, Austria)
  • Andrea Römmele (Hertie School of Governance, Germany)
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Germany

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Physical address:

Building: Collegium Polonicum (CP)
Ul. Kosciuszki 1
69-100 Slubice, Poland
Room CP 100

Postal address:

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Contact:

Phone: +49 (0)335 5534 16 6780
E-Mail: ens [at] europa-uni.de