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Together with the Munich Airport, the Peter Löscher Chair of Business Ethics and Global Governance organized a Round Table on November 19, 2018 to discuss the experiences and challenges of sustainability reporting with representatives from business, academia and politics.
Following an invitation of the MIT Media Lab and the Berkman Klein Center of Harvard University, Prof. Lütge held a lecture at the "Symposium on Trust and Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles" on May 30. For further information please click here.
On May 7, 2018, Professor Lütge has delivered a lecture at the CESifo Institute in Munich on the topic "Business ethics without illusions". The presentation can be found at the homepage of the CESifo Institute. You can find the interview after the presentation...
On March, 21 Prof. Lütge held a presentation to the topic "Industry 4.0" at the St. Peterburg Mining University.
We congratulate Imme Witzel for passing the doctoral examination! She succesfully completed her dissertation "Corporate Responsibility Innovations and Stakeholder Communication - Emergence and Social Effects. An Empirical Case Study from the Medical Technology...
Beginning in April, Prof. Lütge will become liaison professor of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes - German Academic Scholarship Foundation. The Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes awards scholarships to outstanding students, irrespective of their political, ideological...
We congratulate Laura Frodermann for passing the doctoral examination! She succesfully completed her dissertation "Exploratory Study on Circular Economy Approaches – A Comparative Analysis of Theory and Practice". Our team wishes her all the best for the future!
On December 6, 2017, Prof. Christoph Lütge held a lecture about the world’s first ethical guidelines for automated driving at the Institute for Advanced Study (TUM). For further, information click here.
Prof. Lütge was invited to a workshop in the German embassy in Ottawa (Canada) as a speaker. He held a lecture concerning the topic "Ethics Code for Autonomous Cars: What Can it Achieve." For more information, click here.
On October 17, 2017, Prof. Christoph Lütge participated at the symposium "Beyond the Hype: The Impact of Industry 4.0 our Social and Political Landscape" by DAAD and TUM Asia and held a lecture about the "New German Ethical Code for Autonomous Cars".