Computing of Society

Measurement of different social phenomena, in particular using non-traditional data sources, 

Computing for Society

Working with partners on implementing solutions to help address societal challenges.

Our research areas

Examines the complex interplay between movement patterns, socio-economic factors, and cultural shifts, shedding light on the dynamic nature of human population movements.

use of digital technologies, such as social media and online platforms, in political processes and activities.

Digital innovations to promote sustainable development, enhance education, healthcare, and empower communities.

investigates digital inequality gaps, examining disparities in access, skills, and usage of digital technologies to inform equitable interventions and policies.

utilizes satellite data and advanced visualization techniques to monitor and analyze the impact of climate change on forestry ecosystems, providing insights crucial for sustainable land management and conservation efforts.

explores the intersection of technology and humanities disciplines, utilizing computational methods to analyze, interpret, and preserve cultural artifacts and historical data.

Contact us

Saarland University
Interdisciplinary Institute for Societal Computing
Saarland Informatics Campus E1.7

3rd floor

66123 Saarbrücken 


+49 681 302 70790