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Piswi

e-mail: W. Frisch

Areas of Research -
I am primarily working on the socio-economic implications of evolving new information technologies emphasizing on scalable infrastructure and digital economy of computer supported cooperative works, the software development of intelligent decision support systems, intelligent agents, e-markets and e-governance, hypermedia, human computer interfaces, learning theory and virtual education. Specific areas of emphasis include artificial intelligence and its applications in affective computing. MIT Research


University Vienna - Summer Term 2009
  • Course 210116 Information Society and E-Government - Digital Identity & Privacy Developments, English - Start: March 16, 2009, 6:00 P.M. HS 26 ; - [- Course Description]



    University Vienna - winter term 2008
  • Course PS 210063 Information Society and E-Government - Digital Identity & Privacy Developments, English - Start: Tuesday Oct 7, 2008, 6:00 P.M. HS 26 ; - [- Course Description]


    University Vienna - winter term 2006/07
  • Course PS 210173 (G1/D3/F/G6) - European Models of Information-Society & E-Public Governance; & - Starting Tuesday Oct 10, 2006, 18:30 - 20:00 HS 26 HG ; - [- Course Description]


    University Vienna - Summer term 2006
  • Lecture VO 210332 (G1/D3/F/G6) - Information Society & E-Government  - Starting Friday March 17, 2006 16:00 -19:00 HS 23 ; [ - Description]


    University Bussines Science WU-Wien
  • Course PS 1813 - Social Science Information Systems - [Course Description]


    Selected online-publications (german) - WF






    Updated: Oct 6,2006

  • 2006 Walter Frisch