Mag. Wolfgang Tomaschitz Researcherwolfgang.firstname.lastname@example.org T: +43 1 606 68 77-3860 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3869 Room: B.3.07b Favoritenstraße 226 1100 WienLectures 2021/22Administration, Economics, Security, Politics> State, politics and media MODUL Leadership, Politics and Management moreState, politics and media MODULLector: Dr. Christian Böhmer, FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Peter Grabner, Dr. Dietmar Halper, Verena Nowotny, MA, Mag. Wolfgang Tomaschitz, Mag. Dr. Florian Wenninger6SWS9ECTSLanguageGerman> Applied Political Science I: Political Theories of… Digitalization, Politics and Communication moreApplied Political Science I: Political Theories of Transformation ILVLector: Mag. Wolfgang Tomaschitz1.8SWS3ECTSLecture contents- Models of comprehensive social transformations (industrialization, market economy, globalization, ...) - Digitalization as a driver of transformations (lifeworlds, knowledge, communication, power) - Theory on the emergence of cultural technologies and the social embedding of innovations - Transformation of the (analoguous) political world, new forms of governmentality - Possibilities for action and policies in the face of this developmentAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture, discussions, group work, team teachingLanguageGerman> Political Management in Digitalization I: Structur… Digitalization, Politics and Communication morePolitical Management in Digitalization I: Structural Coupling between Politics, Administration and Society ILVLector: FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Peter Grabner, Mag. Wolfgang Tomaschitz2.4SWS3ECTSLecture contents- Organizational cultures and leadership styles in systematic and historical perspective - Policy cycle as an instrument of policy field analysis, phase model and micro-analyses - Actor-centered approach from administrative research - Distinction between "the political" and "the policy" (policy) - Invitation of relevant persons from political offices and the administrationAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture, discussion, exercisesLanguageGerman> Applied Political Science III: Socio-political Con… Digitalization, Politics and Communication moreApplied Political Science III: Socio-political Controversies in the Digital Era SELector: Mag. Wolfgang Tomaschitz1.8SWS2.5ECTSLecture contents- Ethical issues related to AI, scope and limits of use. - Consciousness, Thought - Digitality; introduction to current research approaches - Structural change of the public sphere - consequences for policy making - Power, control, domination from the perspective of digitalization - Freedom, privacy, law under digital auspicesAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture, group work, exercises, team teachingLanguageGerman> MGO3C3 Policy Analysis and Governance of City Tran… International Relations and Urban Policy moreMGO3C3 Policy Analysis and Governance of City Transformation ILVLector: Prof. Dr. Johannes Maerk, Carl Marsh, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Rumpfhuber, PhD, Mag. phil. Nikolaus Summer, MBA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsCities as Organizations: Interplay of Strategy and Structure, Smart City Governance and Stakeholder Management, New Ways of Collaboration and Impact Promoters of Change: The Role of Project Champions, Promoters, Innovation Brokers & Change Agents and Opinion Leaders in Urban Context A Critical Review of the Smart City Terminology Strategies for City Transformation. Smart City Vienna Framework in Comparison with International Benchmarks Measuring & Monitoring Progress: Metrics, Indicators, Rankings Innovative Financing (Guest Speaker)Assessment methodsContinuous assessmentTeaching methodsLectures with interactive formats, group works, break-out sessions and discussionLanguageEnglish> MUPC1 Smart City Project Analytics. Case Studies I… International Relations and Urban Policy moreMUPC1 Smart City Project Analytics. Case Studies ILVLector: Mag. phil. Nikolaus Summer, MBA0.5SWS2ECTSLecture contentsSmart City Case Studies Future Urban Mobility, Energy Management, Construction/Housing, Circular Economy, Climate Adaption, Digital City Case Studies eGovernment, Internet of Things and AI, Blockchain, Value of Urban Data, OGD, Data Governance Comparison of International Benchmarks Smart City Economics The Digital Economy and Local Value Added The Role of Startups and ScalabilityAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture with interactive formats, group works, break-out sessions and discussionLanguageEnglish> MUPC2 Urban Infrastructure Revisited ILV International Relations and Urban Policy moreMUPC2 Urban Infrastructure Revisited ILVLector: Mag. phil. Nikolaus Summer, MBA1SWS2ECTSLecture contentsEnergy Management Renewable Energy Generation Urban Mobility, Mobility as a Service, Public Transport Services Innovation Management and Data Governance in Public Utilities Resilience and Security in Urban Infrastructure Business Models and Financial Management of Public UtilitiesAssessment methodsModule examTeaching methodsLecture with interactive formats, group works, break-out sessions and discussionLanguageEnglishPublications The publications of Wolfgang Tomaschitz written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.