The Department for E-Governance and Administration conducts research on the effects of digital and social change on strategy, organization and processes. The department's research is twofold - on e-government e-governance, digital participation, and cooperation models and on information security to help society address changing socio-technical and legal governance structures.

Current topics include digital automated processes, decisions and also enforcement acts (e.g. Explainable AI), automation of discretionary decisions, data provision (via quality assurance, data trading to data use for evidence-based decisions), the Once-Only Principle at national and European level, Smart Governance & Digital Sustainability (SDGs) as well as security research, especially in the areas of cyber security and innovative information and communication technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and autonomous systems.

Projects (Selection)

Young Citizen Scientists against Disinformation

Duration: 02/05/2024–31/10/2026
Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems): Bettina Pospisil
Funding: Bundesländer (inkl. deren Stiftungen und Einrichtungen)

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University Alliance between Argentina and the European Union for Digital Transformation

Duration: 01/03/2023–31/08/2026
Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems): Lucy Temple
Funding: EU

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Intelligent and sovereign use of data using the example of the timber industry

Duration: 01/05/2022–30/04/2026
Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems): Thomas Lampoltshammer
Funding: FFG

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Publications (Selection)

Haber, P.; Lampoltshammer, T.J.; Mayr, M. (2024). Data Science—Analytics and Applications. Proceedings of the 5th International Data Science Conference—iDSC2023. Springer, Cham

Edelmann, N.; Albrecht, V.; Parycek, P. (2024). Strategic public participation in the digital age: the case of the Austrian ‘Green Book’. In: Skoric, M.; Pang, N., Research Handbook on Social Media and Society: 194-210, Edgar Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham

Sasdelli, D. (2024). Der (angebliche) Normbegriffswandel in Kelsens Rechtstheorie und seine Folgen für die Frage nach der Anwendbarkeit der Logik auf Rechtsnormen. Jusletter IT, 28 März 2024:

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