Collaborative Research Unit

Digital Innovation for Man and Society

Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • History not elsewhere classified
    • Philosophy not elsewhere classified
    • Art studies and sciences not elsewhere classified
  • Natural sciences
    • Artificial intelligence not elsewhere classified
    • Information sciences not elsewhere classified
    • Visual computing not elsewhere classified
  • Social sciences
    • Applied psychology not elsewhere classified
    • Applied economics not elsewhere classified
    • Management not elsewhere classified
    • Instructional sciences not elsewhere classified
    • Criminology not elsewhere classified
    • Law not elsewhere classified
    • Media studies not elsewhere classified
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Intensive care and emergency medicine not elsewhere classified
    • Bio-informatics and computational biology not elsewhere classified
    • Rehabilitation sciences not elsewhere classified
  • Engineering and technology
    • Communications technology not elsewhere classified
    • Mechatronics and robotics not elsewhere classified
    • Scientific computing not elsewhere classified
    • Signal processing not elsewhere classified
    • Geomatic engineering not elsewhere classified
Description
Ghent University researchers collaborate interdisciplinary with stakeholders to: (A) explore the opportunities and challenges of new digital technologies, and guide desirable innovation trajectories to support both individuals and society, and (B) raise awareness among young people in society of the importance of sustainable digital innovation, and prepare them through education for digital leadership.