The digitization of various areas of life affects us all. Day by day we learn to live and work with the advancing Digital Transformation.
This results in many questions: How does our daily life change over the longer term due to the new possibilities? How will our daily worklife look like? What visions do digital startups have? Which change processes are going through established and traditional companies? How do we learn in the future school and throughout life? How are democracies and political consciousness in a digital society changing?
These and many other questions are at the center of Digital Week Kiel, the digital festival in Schleswig-Holstein. The third edition of #diwokiel will take place from 07.-14.09.2019. In topics such as Smart City & E-Government, Politics & Society, Culture & Entertainment and many more, Digital Week Kiel provides the framework for sharing knowledge and learning from each other.
The Digitale Woche Kiel 2019 will take place from 7-14 September 2019.
Digitization in many areas of our lives affects us all. No paradigm shift in the last 100 years has so dramatically changed our coexistence, our professional or our entrepreneurial actions.
Day by day, we learn to live and work with the progressive digital transformation. But many questions remain: How will our daily lives change in the longer term through these new possibilities? What will our day-today working lives look like in the future? What do we need to be able to do, to find or keep a job in the digital working world? What are the visions of digital start-ups? What change processes are established and traditional businesses undergoing? How will we learn at school and in our lives in the future? How will democracy and political awareness change in a digital society? In order to find answers to these and other questions, #diwokiel was launched as a macrosocial project, ‚by everyone for everyone‘, so that we can all jointly shape its contents, allowing everybody to share the benefits. Citizens, companies and institutions can experience digital transformation holistically and in practice during the Digitale Woche Kiel. #diwokiel provides a framework in which key players from business, politics and society can network with each other.
Under the umbrella of the Digitale Woche Kiel, events offered by a variety of participants will be scheduled together and communicated jointly. In addition to presenting the latest digital technologies, the diverse participants from business, science, politics and society focus in particular on innovative event formats. From the digital classroom, to changing values in a digital society, right through to the use of robots in nursing care – the diverse topics in the 2017 première particularly encouraged interested citizens to join a week-long intensive dialogue with the digital movers and shakers.
Everyone is welcome to participate. Companies, educational and scientific institutions, chambers, associations, organisations, as well as all groups and individuals are invited to use the Digitale Woche Kiel platform, and also to help shape it. If you have any questions about registering an event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
Those who come to the Digitale Woche Kiel include:
The City of Kiel organizes it. The project office has its homebase in the KiWi, Kieler Wirtschaftsförderungs- und Strukturentwicklungs-GmbH.
The Digitale Woche Kiel is supported by a large number of partners. In particular, these are the people and organisations that present individual events, and also the cooperation partners that support #diwokiel with their ideas, contacts, active participation and by providing rooms. They include: Kiel University, DiWiSH, Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Kiel Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK Kiel), Kiel-Marketing, KiWi GmbH, the Schleswig-Holstein state government, Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design (MHK), the public broadcaster Offener Kanal Kiel, opencampus.sh, RBZ Kiel, the UKSH and Webmontag Kiel.
Five key topics were in focus at the 2018 #diwokiel:
The key topics of 2019 will be officially announced on July, 11th, 2019.
The Digitale Woche Kiel 2018 primarily took place at four central locations in Kiel. These were:
The first state of the Digitale Woche Kiel 2019 program will be published at a press coneference on July, 11th, where the central locations also will be announced. Due to the ongoing registration of events, the program will be updated until shortly before #diwokiel19. Current information is also available on our blog, the diwokiel-Facebookpage, on #diwokiel on Twitter and in our Instagram-feed. A printed event program will be published in August.