Trust in Digital Services
Trust in Digital Services
Welcome to the Department of Trust in Digital Services at TU Berlin. The research group was founded in April 2018 and has since been led by Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner. It is part of the Einstein Center Digital Future.
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Courses

With our practice-oriented courses, you will acquire the basics of digital platforms and quantitative research.

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Are you interested in doing research on your own? Contact your potential thesis supervisor using our online application form.


Research

We conduct research on topics related to digital platforms, artificial intelligence and crowd-based business models. Dive into our research portfolio.

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Team

Get to know the minds behind the Trust in Digital Services Department: The research group around Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner introduces itself.

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How Platform Business Models could Boost the Energiewende

Until now, the power sector has largely resisted the platform revolution. But the tide is turning: Liberalization, digitization, electrification, and decentralization are changing the game's rules.

Until recently, the energy sector has largely resisted the platform revolution. Its rigid value chain is still based mainly on centralized generation in nuclear and coal-fired power plants, transmission through monopolized grids, and consumption by customers unwilling to switch suppliers. But the tide is turning: liberalization, digitization (e.g.,…

Ministers Call for Reputation Portability

Germany's Federal Ministers of Justice and Labor have taken a stance to strengthen the rights of self‑employed complementors vis-à-vis online platform operators.

Germany's Federal Ministers of Justice and Labor, respectively, have taken a stance to strengthen the rights of self‑employed complementors vis-à-vis online platform operators. In a guest contribution to Wirtschaftswoche, they call for more protective rights and fair working conditions as well as transparency and fairness of online rating systems.…

Best Paper Nomination at ICIS 2020

Our ICIS 2020 paper has been awarded the prize for "Best Short Paper" in the Sharing Economy, Platforms and Crowds track and is nominated for the overall conference's Best Paper Award.

We are happy to announce that our ICIS paper has been awarded the prize for "Best Short Paper" in the Sharing Economy, Platforms and Crowds track and is nominated for the overall conference's Best Paper Award. The paper is joint work with Otto LutzMarc T. P. Adam, and Timm Teubner.

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