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Informationen zum Lenkungskreis des Co:llaboratory

Aktuelle Zusammensetzung des Lenkungskreis

Ulrike Höppner
Ulrike Höppner is a political scientist with a focus on political theory and has worked on internet governance, privacy and resistance, and networked identities.

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4th Initiative | Ohu Digital Privacy and Publicness | Steering Group

Max Senges
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Max Senges works in Google Germany‘s policy team as connection between academia and civil society.

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Initiative 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 | Member of Steering Group until spring 2013

Martin G. Löhe
Martin G. Loehe works for the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS and develops e-Government applications.

1st Initiative | 2nd Initiative | 3rd Initiative | Ohu Open Government | Steering Group

John H. Weitzmann
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John Weitzmann is the project-coordinator of Creative Commons Europe.

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1st Initiative | 3rd Initiative | Steering Group

Dr. Philipp Müller
Philipp S. Mueller is the public affairs director for Central and Eastern Europe at CSC, the next-generation information technology (IT) services and solutions provider and teaches strategy and leadership at the University of Salzburg and Sciences Po, Paris. He is a renowned public speaker, the author of three books and influential articles focusing on the interplay of information technology, strategy, and organization theory. He has a PhD from Ludwig-Maximilians-University, has been a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and studied at Georgetown University. You can reach out to him via twitter at: @philippmueller

1st Initiative | 2nd Initiative | 3rd Initiative | Ohu Open Government | Steering Group

Ehemalige Mitglieder des LK

Henning Lesch
Henning Lesch is the department head for law and regulations of eco e.V.

1. Initiative | 2nd Initiative | 4th Initiative | Member of the Steering Group until 2/2012


Sebastian Haselbeck
Sebastian is currently the Community Manger of Co:llaboratory. He was a member of the Organizational Team for the last two Government 2.0 Camps in Berlin as well as a participant in the organization of the Open Government Camp Berlin 2011. He studied Political Science and American Studies at the University of Regensburg, including a year abroad at Arizona State University with a participation in the Model United Nations (NMUN) in New York. His master thesis at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt dealt with the topic of E-participation. In 2008 he completed an internship at "Bürgerbeteiligungs Start-Up Intellitics", Inc. during which he also took part in OpenGovWest in Seattle. He is an advocate of an open, transparent and modern state and founder of the project, "Gläserner Staat". In his free time he tends to the diffussion of good taste in films on the internet.

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Linda Walter
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Linda Walter was introduced to Co:llaboratory as an intern in 2012. With her she brought her experience as a guest student at the German Foreign Ministry, Department of Information and Communications Technology and student assistant of SAP. For years she has also been active as a volunteer at Amnesty International and assists in supervision of the project Irrepressible Voices. Since April she has been working as a fellow and will soon be bringing her studies of Philosophy and Political Science to an end.

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Tinka Große
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Tinka worked for Co:Lab since 2010 and is now concentrating on her Masters thesis at the Zeppelin University which investigates how the political system is changing through E-participation. Furthermore, she is researching in the scope of FoLD- Research Network the plattform enquetebeteiligung.de and is thereby interested in the question whether online participation reduces disenchantment with politics and can mobilize the disinterested. For the Co:Lab she is also active as a Web Editor.


Gordon Süß
Gordon Süß studied Political Science (B.A) and International Communication (M.A.) and supported the Initiative Privacy and Publicness as an intern and fellow. He currently works as the Assistant to the Steering Committee for Internet & Society Co:llaboratory. In addition, since May 2012 he is the Coordinator of the Ohu "Digital Privacy and Publicness".

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Ohu Digital Privacy and Publicness | Team


Sebastian Haselbeck
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Sebastian Haselbeck
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