The research group Critical Information Infrastructures (cii) is part of the Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB) at the KIT-Department of Economics and Management (WiWi Department), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). We are a member of the Competence Center for Applied Security Technology (KASTEL), the KIT Center Information ˑ Systems ˑ Technologies (KCIST), and the Helmholtz Information and Data Science School for Health (HIDSS4Health).

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Digital Campus Challenge 2022 – Bayer invites Students to Sign up until November 6th

(02.08.2022) If you are a student at KIT or another university, Bayer invites you to participate and submit your ideas on how digital technologies can be used in healthcare. Take the opportunity to get noticed: Bayer may offer to purchase your invention!

cii Doctoral Seminar 2022 – Bad Herrenalb

(01.08.2022) After a more than two-year pause, the cii research group once again held a doctoral seminar in 2022. The three-day retreat was held at the Haus der Kirche Evangelische Akademie Baden, Bad Herrenalb from July 27th through July 29th.

BloG3 Sommer Meetup Picture
Research Project BloG3 Summer Meet-up 2022

(21.07.2022) The BloG3 summer meet-up took place on the 05th and 06th of July 2022 in Berlin. The consortium of BloG3 gathered to present the progress within the ongoing work packages to the project executing organization VDI/VDE – Innovation + Technology GmbH on behalf of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). As the final year of the project has begun, the next steps regarding the development and evaluation of the BloG3 system were set for the final sprint.

Paper published in Electronic Markets
New article on perceived fairness of direct-to-consumer genetic testing business models published in Electronic Markets journal

(19.07.2022) Our paper “Perceived fairness of direct-to-consumer genetic testing business models” by Philipp A. Toussaint, Scott Thiebes, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, and Ali Sunyaev has been published in the Electronic Markets Journal. The article is published with open access and freely available to the public.

Jason Bennett Thatcher (Prof. at Temple University, USA) visits KIT

(14.07.2022) "Standing on the shoulders of giants" - Renowned IS researcher Prof. Jason Bennett Thatcher from Temple University, USA, visits the KIT for a three-day research stay.

New Paper Published and Presented at the 14th Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität

(12.07.2022) Marc Leinweber, Niclas Kannengießer, Hannes Hartenstein and Ali Sunyaev have published and presented a new paper at the 14th Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität. The paper can already be found here and will be published in the next months in the book "Toward the New Normal".