Prof. Dr. Dagmar Monett
Professor of Computer Science
Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany

Advisory Boards

XTREME - Mixed Reality Environment for Immersive Experience of Art and Culture

  • Member of the Ethics Advisory Board.
    • International project (14 project partners) led by the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), Denmark.
    • With funding from Horizon Europe.
    • Duration: 3 years, 01/2024 - 12/2026.
    • "Music, art, and performance has a profound impact on our physical and mental well-being. Unfortunately, traditional concert venues and performance schedules can limit access to these benefits. Our project aims to eliminate these barriers by creating an immersive virtual experience that seamlessly blends the real and digital worlds." (Sami S. Brandt, Project coordinator)

Ageism in AI: new forms of age discrimination and exclusion in the era of algorithms and artificial intelligence

  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board.
    • International project led by the Osteuropa Institut, Arbeitsbereich Soziologie, Freie Universität Berlin.
    • With funding from the Volkswagen Foundation.
    • Duration: 3 years and 9 months, starting 05/2023.
    • "The intrinsic bias of artificial intelligence (AI) has begun to gain considerable academic and public attention after several studies demonstrated race and gender biases in machine learning systems. However, the category of age remains largely neglected in research and policy on bias in AI. The aim of the project is to critically assess how ageism operates in AI systems, products, services, and infrastructure by focusing on critical areas of AI deployment (healthcare, employment/hiring systems, mobility and transport, financial services, face recognition) in five cities across four countries (Barcelona, Berlin, Brighton, London, and Warsaw)."

HumanE AI Net, European Network of Human-centered Artificial Intelligence

  • Member of the Advisory Board.
    • International project led by Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH (DFKI), Kaiserslautern.
    • With funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No. 952026.
    • Duration: 4 years, 09/2020 - 08/2024.
    • "The EU-funded HumanE-AI-Net project brings together leading European research centres, universities and industrial enterprises into a network of centres of excellence. Leading global artificial intelligence (AI) laboratories will collaborate with key players in areas, such as human-computer interaction, cognitive, social and complexity sciences. The project is looking forward to drive researchers out of their narrowly focused field and connect them with people exploring AI on a much wider scale."

Proyecto XIA: Experimentación de tecnologías inteligentes en la evaluación de la eficiencia de los procedimientos administrativos (engl.: XIA Project: Testing of intelligent technologies in the evaluation of the efficiency of administrative procedures)

Professional responsibilities


In Germany:

At the Berlin School of Economics and Law:

  • Since 04/2022: Director of the Computer Science Division at the Department 2: Cooperative Studies Business • Technology.
  • Since 02/2018: Member of the University's Advisory Board of the E-Learning Competence Center.
  • Since 07/2016: Substitute member of the University's Advisory Board of the Doctoral Program.
  • Since 01/2016: Substitute member of the Academic Senate's Commission for Research and Career Development.
  • Since 08/2010: Full Professor of Computer Science, Department of Cooperative Studies.

Past responsibilities

At the Berlin School of Economics and Law:

  • 10/2011 - 09/2023: Faculty Commission for Research and Career Development
    • 10/2017 - 09/2023: Member.
    • 10/2011 - 09/2017: Substitute member.
  • 11/2011 - 09/2022: Member of the Academic Senate's Equal Opportunities Commission.
  • 10/2011 - 09/2013: Responsibilities in the academic self-administration.
    • Substitute member of the Faculty Council.
    • Member of the Faculty Technical Commission.
    • Substitute member of the Faculty Commission for Cooperative Studies.

Editorial and reviewer activities

I contribute every year to the review of scientific papers that are submitted to different journals, books, collections, conferences, symposia, and workshops worldwide, among others. The roles have been many (e.g. Editorial Board Member, Editorial Advisory Board Member, Program Committee Member, Technical Program Committee Member, Advisory Committee Member, Scientific Program Committee Member, Reviewer) but all of them have had in essence the very same goal: to review scientific contributions.

For instance, scientific events like NeurIPS, AAAI, IJCAI, SIGCSE, SAM, IntelliSys, SAI, FTC, MICAI, IMSCI, ISICS, ICACCA, womENcourage, SKILL, ESSLLI, MATES, CS&P, IDA, RSFDGrC, ISMIS, IAT, and RASTA 2002, to name a few.