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Dipl.-Soz. tech. Michael Hahne

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Dipl. soc. tech. Michael Hahne studied Sociology of Technology and Computer Science at the TU Berlin and has been working as a research assistant at the ZTG since 2001. His work is concerned with the investigation and participatory design of acceptable socio-technical systems to support and facilitate communication between organisations as well as with and within the population. The focus is on inter-organisational crisis communication, risk communication and participative communication procedures to identify stakeholder requirements and to mediate in conflict situations. Mr. Hahne is Assistant Head of the Security - Risk - Criminology area and Assistant Head of the Human Technology Lab, which he founded together with Dr. Leon Hempel in 2010. The aim of the Human Technology Lab is to deepen and expand the cooperation between social science technology research and the engineering sciences in the field of technology development.

Academic Career
Duration
Activity
06/2010
Assistant Head of the ZTG Research Department
Security – Risk – Criminology

01/2010
Foundation and Assistant Director of the Human Technology Lab
09/2008
Research associate at the Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft, TU-Berlin
01/2008 – 08/2008
Research associate at the Hermann von Helmholtz Centre for Cultural Engineering at the HU-Berlin
01/2005 – 12/2007
Research associate at the Institute for Sociology at the TU-Berlin
07/2004 – 12/2004
Internship at the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK) in the field of knowledge management.
06/2004
Degree in Sociology with a focus on Technical Sciences (Dipl.-Soz.tech.)
Research Projects
Duration Project
July 2018 onwards
SiQua - Security analyses and networking for changing urban neighbourhoods
2015-2017
AlphaKomm: Development of inter-organisational communication and cooperation processes to improve cooperation between companies, authorities and BOS in emergencies and crises.
2013-2015
Responsibility: Development of a knowledge and communication platform for heterogeneous stakeholder groups in the area of "Responsible Research and Innovation" (RRI)
2013
BVG Study: Preparation, execution and evaluation of a crisis team exercise at the Berlin public transport company.
2010-2012
Human technology lab: Promotion and expansion of cooperation between social science technology research and engineering sciences.
2009-2012
Simkas-3D: Investigation of intersectoral cascade effects and development of software to support crisis teams in their cooperation in the event of a disaster.
2009-2011
myID.privat: Evaluation and development of an acceptance design for electronic identification cards.
2008-2009
Navigation in virtual social space: Execution of usability tests, acceptance studies and design workshops for the development of a search engine for user-generated virtual worlds.
2008
Ontology of the scientific disciplines: Entwicklung des technischen Frameworks für eine Ontologie der Wissenschaftsdisziplinen.
2006-2007
Synergie-Pilot: Evaluation and development of acceptance criteria for a search engine for scientific communities.
2005-2006
INKA (Integration kooperationsfähiger Agenten in komplexen Organisationen - Integration of cooperative agents in complex organizations) within the framework of the SPP "Socionics".

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Publications
2017
Mandy Töppel, Michael Hahne, Marie Bartels (2017): Informationsvorlagen für die interorganisationale Kommunikation im Krisenfall, Crisis Prevention 1/2017.
2017
Mandy Töppel, Marie Bartels, Christoph Nagel und Michael Hahne (2017): A Social Network to Identify Responsibilities and Expertises in Crisis Scenarios, 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (ICT-DM’2016), online.
2016
Bartels, Marie/ Hahne, Michael/ Töppel, Mandy (2016): Vom Katastrophenszenario zum Krisenplan: Organisationsübergreifende Abstimmung im Vorfeld extremer Lagen. Notfallvorsorge 4/2016, Walhalla Fachverlag, 8-16
2014
Bartels, M., Becker, T., Hahne, M., Hempel, L., Kolbe, T., Lieb, R. (2014) Simulation of cascading effects in case of failure of infrastructures, in: Zeitschrift fur Geodasie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement 139(4):217-223
2014
Menevidis, Z., Hahne, M., Ajami, M., Fairweather, B., Smagas, K., Giambene, G. (2014) Deliverable 4.1: Observatory Descriptive Report. RESPONSIBILITY- European Commission FP7-Science in Society-GA 321489
2013
Hahne, Michael/ Becker, Thomas/ Bartels, Marie/ Lieb, Renate (2013): Simulation von intersektoriellen Kaskedeneffekten bei Ausfällen von Versorgungsinfrastrukturen unter Verwendung des virtuellen 3D-Stadtmodells Berlins (SIMKAS-3D), Projektabschlussbericht der Technischen Universität Berlin, TIB Hannover.
2012
Dierich, A., Schön, S., Bartels, M., Hahne, M., Hempel, L., Lieb, R. (2012): Szenarioanalyse für intersektorales Infrastruktur-Management, in: energie | wasser-praxis Heft 6/2012, S. 20-24.
2012
Becker, T., Bartels, M., Hahne, M., Hempel, L., Lieb, R. (2012): Cascading Effects and Interorganisational Crisis Management of Critical Infrastructure Operators, in: Zlatanova, S., Peters, R., Fendel, E.M. (eds.): Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Geo-Information for Disaster Management, Enschede, p. 105-116.
2010
Hahne, M./ Jung, C. (2010): Über die Entstehungsbedingungen von technisch unterstützten Gemeinschaften, in: Sutter, T./ Mehler, A. (Hg.): Medienwandel als Wandel von Interaktionsformen, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, S. 257-284.
2010
Pannicke, D., Hahne, M., Neubauer, N., Ochab, B., Lieb, R., Meister, M., Obermayer, K., Rammert, W., Zarnekow, R. (2010): Akzeptanzfähigkeit von Tagging-Systemen in benutzergenerierten virtuellen Welten, in: Schumann, M., Kolbe, L.M., Breitner, M.H., Frerichs, A. (Hg.): Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2010, Göttingen: Göttinger Universitätsverlag, S. 1191-1202.
2010
Hahne, M. (2010): Konzeptuelle und methodische Beiträge der Aktivitätstheorie für eine Theorie verteilten Handelns. TUTS-WP-3-2010 Working Papers, Berlin: Technical University - Technology Studies. 
2008
Hahne, M., Jung, C., Kunegis, J., Lommatzsch, A., Paus, A. (2008): Ein gradualisiertes Community-Modell zur Bildung wissenschaftlicher Gemeinschaften, in: Gronau, N. Müller, C. (Hg.) Bildung von sozialen Netzwerken in Anwendungen der Social Software, Berlin: GITO-Verlag
2007
Hahne, M., Meister, M., Lieb, R., Bionik, P. (2007): Sequenzen-Routinen-Positionen - Von der Interaktion zur Struktur. Anlage und Ergebnisse des zweiten Interaktivitätsexperimentes des INKA-Projektes, TUTS-WP-6-2007 Working Papers, Berlin: Technical University – Technology Studies.
2006
Hahne, M., Lettkemann, E., Lieb, R., Meister, M. (2006): Going Data in Interaktivitätsexperimenten: Neue Methoden zur Analyse der Interaktivität zwischen Mensch und Maschine, in: Rammert, W, Schubert, C. (Hg.): Technografie: Zur Mikrosoziologie der Technik. Frankfurt am Main: Campus, S. 275-312.
2006
Hahne, M. (2006): Identität durch Technik: Wie soziale Identität und Gruppenidentität im soziotechnischen Ensemble von Ego-Shooterclans entstehen, TUTS-WP-1-2006 Working Papers, Berlin: Technical University - Technology Studies.
2003
Gerstl, R., Hanft, A., Müller, S., Hahne, M., Meister, M., Monett Diaz, D. (2003): Modellierung der praktischen Rolle mit einem erweiterten Verfahren des fallbasierten Schließens, TUTS-WP-1-2003 Working Papers, Berlin: Technical University – Technology Studies.
2002
Müller, S., Hahne, M., Monett,D., Lindemann, G. (2002): Negotiation and Interaction by Social Agents in a Complex Environment, in: Lindemann, G., Jonker, I., Timm, J. (Hg.): Proceedings of the KI' 2002 Workshop on Modelling Artificial Societies and Hybrid Organizations (MASHO' 02), Aachen: Technical University, p. 21-28.

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