Dr. Jan Gogoll
Jan Gogoll is a behavioural economist and ethicist at the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt). Prior to that he worked at the Technical University of Munich at the Chair of Business Ethics and was part of the junior research group “Ethics of Digitalization”. He works on topics such as autonomous driving, ethical software development, game theory and experiments.
Severin Kacianka, Dipl.-Ing.
Severin Kacianka is a research assistant at the chair of Software&Systems Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Prior to that he studied computer science at the University of Klagenfurt. His doctoral thesis is on “Accountability in Cyber-Physical Systems” and deals in this context with (partially) autonomous vehicles such as cars and drones.
Niina Zuber, M.A.
Niina Zuber is an ethicist at the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt). She was a research consultant at Cognostics AG (start-up in the field of software development). She is engaged in the topics of application-oriented rationality theory, ethical software design and the normative conception of platforms for digital citizen participation. Before joining bidt, she worked for many years at the LMU Munich and the Center for Digitalization Bavaria (Z.DB).