7th German-Brazilian Dialogue on Science, Research and Innovation

October 30–31, 2018 – FAPESP

The German-Brazilian Dialogue 2018 aims to discuss new technologies and processes at companies level and at different businesses regarding robots and human-robot collaboration, artificial intelligence and interactive systems.

This event also discusses the skills needed in the near future for these transformations on work, focusing on student-centered approaches, apprenticeship in learning factories, maker movement, Fab Labs, vocational education and others.

Following the idea that the relationship between technology and work is to be understood as a political and corporate strategy design project, this event addresses the challenge of how to extend and use the opportunities in order to develop skills
at all segments of society.

Event free of charge | Limited seats |Simultaneous translation will be available|Parking is not available

Information about speakers and presentations: click here


DAY 1 – October, 30th

14:15 Registration & Welcome Coffee
15:00 Opening Session
Marco Antonio Zago, president of FAPESP
Martina Schulze, Director of German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH So Paulo)
Axel Zeidler - General Consul of Federal Republic of Germany in So Paulo
15:20 Introduction Session: The Challenges and Changes in Working and Learning in a Digital World
Moderator: Ronald Dauscha, Director of Fraunhofer Liaison Office Brazil
15:30 Keynote Speaker Germany
Hartmut Hirsch-Kreinsen, Senior Research Professor, TU Dortmund University, and member ofthe Research Advisory board of the Platform Industry 4.0 in GermanyDownload
16:00 Q&A
16:15 Keynote Speaker Brazil
Glauco Arbix, Professor of Sociology at the University of So Paulo, and head of Observatory for Innovation, at the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of So PauloDownload
16:45 Q&A
17:00 End of day 1

DAY 2 – October, 31st

08:15 Registration
Panel 1 – Working in a Digital World
Moderator: Eduardo Zancul, Professor at the Polytechnic School (Poli) of University of So Paulo (USP)

Session 1.1 - Main Technological Trends Affecting Work and Jobs
Lus da Cunha Lamb, Professor and Vice President for Research (Pro-Rector for Research) of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)Download

09:25 Bernd Dworschak, Team Leader Competence Management at Fraunhofer Institute for IndustrialEngineering IAO, StuttgartDownload
09:45 Discussion
10:00 Session 1.2 - Structural / Qualitative Development and Organization of Labor
Afonso Carlos Correa Fleury, Professor in the area of Work, Technology and Organization at the University of Sao Paulo (USP) and (former) Head of the Production Engineering DepartmentDownload
10:20 Martin Kuhlmann, Senior Researcher and coordinator of the Research Perspective Arbeit – Organisation – Subjekt͞ at Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut (SOFI) Gttingen – Sociological Research Institute at the University of GttingenDownload
10:40 Discussion
10:55 Coffee-Break
11:20 Session 1.3 - Different Perspectives of Employment Development
Naercio Menezes Filho, IFB Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Public Policies at Insper and Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Sao Paulo(USP)Download
11:40 Joachim Mller, Director of the German Institute for Employment Research (IAB), NurembergDownload
12:00 Discussion
12:15 Lunch
Panel 2 – Skills and Learning in a Digital World
Moderator:Ana Maria Almeida, Associate Professor of the School of Education of the University of Campinas (Unicamp)
13:15 Session 2.1 - Needed Interchangeable and Soft Skills in a Digital World
Markus Feufel, Head of the Division of Ergonomics of the Department of Psychology and Ergonomics at Technische Universitt BerlinDownload
13:40 Simon Schwartzman, Collaborator at Institute of Studies on Labor and Society (IETS), Rio de JaneiroDownload
14:00 Discussion
14:15 Session 2.2 – Teaching and Learning Methods to Build-up New Skills
Jos Armando Valente, Full Professor of the Multimedia Department at the Art Institute and Researcherof the Nucleus of Informatics Applied to Education (NIED), Coordinator of the Management Group onEducational Technologies (GGTE), at University of Campinas (Unicamp)
14:35 Gerrit Posselt, Head of Research Group, “Learning Factory“ at the Technische Universitt Braunschweig within the Institute of Machine Tools and Production TechnologyDownload
14:55 Discussion
15:10 Coffee-Break
15:35 Session 2.3 - Learning for all Distinct Age, Skill and Social Groups
Monika Hackel, Head of Department 2 Structure and Regulation of Vocational Education and Training and Vocational Education and Training for People with Disabilities at the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in Germany (BIBB)Download
15:55 Marcia Regina de Lima Silva, Professor at the Department of Sociology, University of So Paulo(USP) and Senior Researcher at CEBRAP (Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning)Download
16:15 Discussion
16:30 Final Keynotes
National Research and Technology Policies to Promote Digitalization Processes and theDevelopment of Skills
Moderator: Ronald Dauscha, Director of Fraunhofer Liaison Office Brazil
16:35 Klaus Kreulich, Vice President for Innovation and Quality of Education at University of Applied Sciences of Munich (HS Mnchen)Download
16:55 Discussion
17:10 Closing Words
Euclides de Mesquisa Neto,Adjunt Panel - Special Programs and Collaboration in Research, FAPESP
Marcio Weichert, Programme Manager at DWIH So Paulo
17:20 End of 7th German-Brazil Dialogue 2018

Information:eventos@fapesp.br| (11) 3838-4362

FAPESP:Rua Pio XI, 1500 | Alto da Lapa - So Paulo

Parking suggestion:Pio Park – Rua Pio XI, 1320 | ELS – Rua Pio XI, 1650 | Tonimar – Rua Jorge Americano, 89

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