Panayotis Antoniadis: The „Organic“ Internet – Building Communications Networks from the Grassroots


Popular internet platforms that currently mediate our everyday
communications become more and more efficient in managing
vast amounts of information, rendering their users more and
more addicted and dependent on them. Alternative, more organic
options like community networks do exist and they can empower
citizens to build their own local networks from the bottom up.
Panayotis Antoniadis explores technological options with the adoption
of a healthier internet diet in the context of a wider vision
of sustainable living in an energy-limited world.

Panayotis Antoniadis is an interdisciplinary researcher with
background in computer science, engineering, economics, human-
computer interaction, and urban studies. He participates in
the CAPS Projects MAZI and netCommons, and the ERC project
Heteropolitics. He is active in the organization of various
interdisciplinary collaborations that aim to bring together researchers,
practitioners, and activists from various fields with a focus
on wireless and peer-to-peer technology.

Di 04.12.18 von 18:30 bis 20:30 Uhr
Gebäude 18, Raum 021, HBK Braunschweig

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