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2nd Parallel Session

Explainable AI (Seminar room 3) – Moderator: Axel-Cyrille Ngonga-Ngomo

Philipp Cimiano (Bielefeld University, Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology):
Automatically Generating Conclusions: An Assessment of Two Paradigms

Emanuel Slany (Fraunhofer IIS, Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg):
CAIPI in Practice: Towards Explainable and Interactive Medical Image Classification

Wojciech Samek (Technical University Berlin, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute):
Towards Actionable XAI: Debugging, Improving and Compressing Neural Networks with Explanations

Discussion on Explainable AI - Current State and Future Directions

Secure and Privacy-Preserving Services (Seminar room 2) – Moderator: Johannes Blömer

Juliane Krämer (Universität Regensburg):
Long-awaited and unexpected results in post-quantum cryptography

Jan Bobolz (Paderborn University, CRC 901):
Join the Bonus Program but stay Private: Practical Privacy-Preserving Point-Collection for Shopping

Ralf Küsters (Universität Stuttgart):
Formal Security Analysis: Breaking and Provably Fixing Internet Standards


Platforms and Markets (Seminar room 1) – Moderator: tba

Tobias Wenzel (University of Sheffield & ZEW):
Privacy spillovers and interoperability in network markets

Herbert Dawid (Bielefeld University):
Implications of Algorithmic Wage Setting on Online Labor Platforms: A Simulation-Based Analysis

Dirk Neumann (Universität Freiburg):
The effect of autonomous vehicles on consumer welfare in ride-hailing markets


The Future of Computing (Seminar room 5) – Moderator: Christian Plessl

Sevag Gharibian (Paderborn University):
Quantum chemistry: The dividing line between the power of classical and quantum computation?

Robert Schade (Paderborn University):
Current Challenges of Quantum Chemistry on Quantum Computers

Christine Silberhorn (Paderborn University):
Photonic Quantum Computing


Dynamic, Heterogeneous and Hybrid Networks (Seminar room 4) – Moderator: Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide

Philipp Schneider (Universität Freiburg):
The Complexity of Distributed Distance Problems in Hybrid Networks

Klaus-Tycho Förster (TU Dortmund):
Towards Reconfigurable Optical Networks: Opportunities and Challenges

Christian Scheideler (Paderborn University, CRC 901):
Cloud-Assisted Peer-to-Peer Systems