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Recording date 2023-09-05





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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg


Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

FAU Professor Dr. Johannes Helbig is considered one of the leading experts and designers of digital transformation. His area of expertise, digital sovereignty, addresses the question of how to give shape and leadership to digital transformation, according to one's own will and values. Helbig was Chief Information Officer and Chief Innovation Officer at Deutsche Post DHL for many years, is Chairman of the Board of the Cross-Business Architecture Lab, and played a key role in shaping the future projects "Industry 4.0" and "Smart Service World" for the German government's high-tech strategy. He now teaches and conducts research as a professor at FAU's new Department of Data Science. Further information: https://www.datascience.nat.fau.eu


FAU-Professor Dr. Johannes Helbig gilt als einer der führenden Experten und Gestalter der digitalen Transformation. Sein Spezialgebiet, die digitale Souveränität, beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, wie man die digitale Transformation nach dem eigenen Willen und den eigenen Werten gestalten und führen kann. Helbig war langjähriger Chief Information Officer und Chief Innovation Officer bei der Deutschen Post DHL, ist Vorstandsvorsitzender des Cross-Business Architecture Lab und hat die Zukunftsprojekte "Industrie 4.0" und "Smart Service Welt" für die Hightech-Strategie der Bundesregierung maßgeblich mitgestaltet. Heute lehrt und forscht er als Professor am neuen Department of Data Science der FAU.

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