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February

Do you want to know how to get the most out your studies and prevent mental illness?

5 February

13:00 - 14:00

JU Auditorium He102

<p>Do you want to learn how to handle the stress and pressure from the university? Or learn to prevent mental illness? Then this lecturer definitely won&rsquo;t leave you disappointed!</p><p>Maria Lindh is a child and youth medical specialist and sports medicine and is currently working as a school doctor in J&ouml;nk&ouml;pings kommun.<br />She will be speaking about tips and tricks to get the most out of your studies. How to prevent mental illness during the time of your studies and how social media affects the brain.</p><p><em>In cooperation with CaseAcademy and Entreprenurship Academy</em></p><p><em><strong>No registration is needed!</strong></em></p>
5 February
13:00 - 14:00

Location

JU Auditorium He102


Link

Do you want to know how to get the most out your studies and prevent mental illness?

Do you want to learn how to handle the stress and pressure from the university? Or learn to prevent mental illness? Then this lecturer definitely won’t leave you disappointed!

Maria Lindh is a child and youth medical specialist and sports medicine and is currently working as a school doctor in Jönköpings kommun.
She will be speaking about tips and tricks to get the most out of your studies. How to prevent mental illness during the time of your studies and how social media affects the brain.

In cooperation with CaseAcademy and Entreprenurship Academy

No registration is needed!


Organizer: Career Center

Aron Anderson - adventurer and inspirational speaker

5 February

15:00 - 16:30

JU Auditorium He102

<p>Welcome to an inspirational lecture on how to make your dreams come true &ndash; about goals, motivation, team work and driving force. Besides Aron&#39;s captivating story, you&#39;ll also get to listen to his unique experience that has taught him the importance of a strong team spirit and a positive mental attitude. And that it&rsquo;s not always the goal that matters the most &ndash; the trick is to be able to enjoy the journey there. Open to all JU students!</p><p><em>In cooperation with CaseAcademy and Entreprenurship Academy</em></p><p>Tuesday February 5th 3 pm</p><p>JU-Auditorium (He102), School of Education and Communication</p><p><em><strong>No registration is needed!</strong></em></p>
5 February
15:00 - 16:30

Location

JU Auditorium He102


Link

Aron Anderson - adventurer and inspirational speaker

Welcome to an inspirational lecture on how to make your dreams come true – about goals, motivation, team work and driving force. Besides Aron's captivating story, you'll also get to listen to his unique experience that has taught him the importance of a strong team spirit and a positive mental attitude. And that it’s not always the goal that matters the most – the trick is to be able to enjoy the journey there. Open to all JU students!

In cooperation with CaseAcademy and Entreprenurship Academy

Tuesday February 5th 3 pm

JU-Auditorium (He102), School of Education and Communication

No registration is needed!


Organizer: Career Center

Late night at the library

5 February

18:00 - 21:00

University Library

<p>Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?</p><p>Come join us at the University Library on Tuesday 5th February between 6.00pm and 9.00pm for some guidance.</p><p>Text tutors, librarians, study counsellors and counsellors from Student Health Care will be there to help. We will also serve tea, coffee and sandwiches.</p><p><strong>See you there!</strong></p>
5 February
18:00 - 21:00

Location

University Library


Link

Late night at the library

Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?

Come join us at the University Library on Tuesday 5th February between 6.00pm and 9.00pm for some guidance.

Text tutors, librarians, study counsellors and counsellors from Student Health Care will be there to help. We will also serve tea, coffee and sandwiches.

See you there!


Organizer: University Library

Jobs in Sweden? (11/2)

11 February

12:00 - 13:00

E1029

<p>Job-hunting and general information about how to approach the Swedish labour market.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Monday February 11th&nbsp;12-1 pm&nbsp;<br />E1029&nbsp;School of Engineering&nbsp;</p><p>Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up <strong><em><a href="https://ju.se/student/karriar/career-center/anmalan-registration.html">here</a></em></strong> at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!</p>
11 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

E1029


Link

Jobs in Sweden? (11/2)

Job-hunting and general information about how to approach the Swedish labour market.   

Monday February 11th 12-1 pm 
E1029 School of Engineering 

Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up here at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!


Organizer: Career Center

Job applications - how do you write them? (12/2)

12 February

12:00 - 13:00

E1029

<p>Information about CV &amp; Cover letters.&nbsp;</p><p>Tuesday February 12th&nbsp; 12-1 pm<br />E1029&nbsp;School of Engineering&nbsp;</p><p>Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up <strong><em><a href="https://ju.se/student/karriar/career-center/anmalan-registration.html">here</a></em></strong> at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!</p>
12 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

E1029


Link

Job applications - how do you write them? (12/2)

Information about CV & Cover letters. 

Tuesday February 12th  12-1 pm
E1029 School of Engineering 

Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up here at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!


Organizer: Career Center

Seminar: Challenges of the GDPR and data processing in the era of artificial intelligence

12 February

16:00 - 18:00

B3052, Jönköpings International Business School

<p>Although artificial intelligence (AI) and robots have been the subject of science fiction for some time, that fictional future is now a present reality: from SIRI to self-driving cars and home speakers, AI is progressing rapidly, and the interaction with human is increasing, especially in the digital environment. We are moving closer to a unified Internet of Things (IoT), and, inevitably, alongside the opportunities, there are a number of challenges arising in the sector, from the allocation of damage liability, to crucial issues arising in the field of data processing.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Lecturer is&nbsp;Lavinia Vizzoni (PhD in private law).&nbsp;The seminar will be held in English.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="http://machform.hj.se/view.php?id=531392">Sign up here</a>&nbsp;-&nbsp;Deadline for registration is February 7.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Background</strong><br />The recent entry to force of the EU Reg. 697/16, GDPR&nbsp;takes significant steps forward in the achievement of a unified protection of personal data in the European framework, but, at the same time, it raises a series of crucial challenges. The GDPR is inspired by some key principles which deserves to be identified, like accountability, data protection by default, data protection by design, and it imposes new obligations on the subjects in some way involved in the processing of data. The Regulation represents therefore a major innovation for both citizens and companies, requiring the adoption of new patterns in the light of compliance.&nbsp;A specific focus needs then to be addressed to Artificial Intelligence technologies,&nbsp;whose market and investments are more and more predicted to implement. The regulation of AI&rsquo;s activities is at the forefront of legal studies, although the solutions offered by the GDPR do not always seem suitable to give efficient answers to the difficulties raised by automated devices.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Biography&nbsp;Lavinia Vizzoni </strong><br />Lavinia Vizzoni holds a PhD in private law, and is a Postdoc Research Grant Holder at Ca&rsquo; Foscari University of Venice. She is also an yearly Adjunct Professor of Private Law (summer course) at the same University. Her research focus on Bank Guarantees, Consumer Law, Data Protection and New Technologies. She is author of scientific publications on the main national legal journals and has given several lectures in national and international conferences. She is also a lawyer and works mainly as business counselor.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Target audience</strong><br />SME owners-managers, Privacy officers, Project managers, Business development managers, Data protection officers, CEOs,&nbsp;IT and Compliance officers.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Read more about <a href="https://ju.se/center/transform-to-aaa.html">Transform to AAA</a></p>
12 February
16:00 - 18:00

Location

B3052, Jönköpings International Business School


Link

Seminar: Challenges of the GDPR and data processing in the era of artificial intelligence

Although artificial intelligence (AI) and robots have been the subject of science fiction for some time, that fictional future is now a present reality: from SIRI to self-driving cars and home speakers, AI is progressing rapidly, and the interaction with human is increasing, especially in the digital environment. We are moving closer to a unified Internet of Things (IoT), and, inevitably, alongside the opportunities, there are a number of challenges arising in the sector, from the allocation of damage liability, to crucial issues arising in the field of data processing.

 

Lecturer is Lavinia Vizzoni (PhD in private law). The seminar will be held in English.

 

Sign up here - Deadline for registration is February 7.

 

Background
The recent entry to force of the EU Reg. 697/16, GDPR takes significant steps forward in the achievement of a unified protection of personal data in the European framework, but, at the same time, it raises a series of crucial challenges. The GDPR is inspired by some key principles which deserves to be identified, like accountability, data protection by default, data protection by design, and it imposes new obligations on the subjects in some way involved in the processing of data. The Regulation represents therefore a major innovation for both citizens and companies, requiring the adoption of new patterns in the light of compliance. A specific focus needs then to be addressed to Artificial Intelligence technologies, whose market and investments are more and more predicted to implement. The regulation of AI’s activities is at the forefront of legal studies, although the solutions offered by the GDPR do not always seem suitable to give efficient answers to the difficulties raised by automated devices.

 

Biography Lavinia Vizzoni
Lavinia Vizzoni holds a PhD in private law, and is a Postdoc Research Grant Holder at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She is also an yearly Adjunct Professor of Private Law (summer course) at the same University. Her research focus on Bank Guarantees, Consumer Law, Data Protection and New Technologies. She is author of scientific publications on the main national legal journals and has given several lectures in national and international conferences. She is also a lawyer and works mainly as business counselor.

 

Target audience
SME owners-managers, Privacy officers, Project managers, Business development managers, Data protection officers, CEOs, IT and Compliance officers.

 

Read more about Transform to AAA


Organizer: Transform to AAA

Job Interviews - how do you survive them?  (13/2)

13 February

12:00 - 13:00

E1029

<p>Information about common Interview questions and how you should prepare yourself.&nbsp;<br />Wednesday February 13th&nbsp;12-1 pm&nbsp;</p><p>E1029 School of Engineering</p><p>Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up <strong><em><a href="https://ju.se/student/karriar/career-center/anmalan-registration.html">here</a></em></strong> at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!</p>
13 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

E1029


Link

Job Interviews - how do you survive them?  (13/2)

Information about common Interview questions and how you should prepare yourself. 
Wednesday February 13th 12-1 pm 

E1029 School of Engineering

Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up here at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!


Organizer: Career Center

Jonas von Essen - Two time world champion in memory (14/2)

14 February

17:00 - 18:00

B1024

<p>In only one and half year, Jonas Von Essen managed to train his mediocer memory to a memory in world class. How did he do it and how can you train your self to be a walking memory machine? Don&acute;t the popoular Talent-participant in&nbsp;this memeroble and inspiring lecture!</p><p><em><strong>In cooperation with Next Step!&nbsp;</strong></em></p><p>Thursday February 14th 5 pm</p><p>B1024 J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping International Business School</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
14 February
17:00 - 18:00

Location

B1024


Link

Jonas von Essen - Two time world champion in memory (14/2)

In only one and half year, Jonas Von Essen managed to train his mediocer memory to a memory in world class. How did he do it and how can you train your self to be a walking memory machine? Don´t the popoular Talent-participant in this memeroble and inspiring lecture!

In cooperation with Next Step! 

Thursday February 14th 5 pm

B1024 Jönköping International Business School

 


Organizer: Career Center

Seminar and workshop: How to engage with the influencer industry

19 February

16:30 - 19:30

Sajens Mat & Möten, Science Park, Gjuterigatan 9

<p>Do you wish to learn more about Influencer Marketing and about the Influencer Industry? Then you shouldn&rsquo;t miss this Transform to AAA event with the digital anthropologist Dr. Crystal Abidin.</p><p>Many young people are now vocationally pursuing celebrity on the internet as commercial, cross-platform, and highly relatable Influencers. Influencers are raking in millions of dollars, working with blue chip companies, establishing their own brands, and even effecting change in legal, economic, and social regulation in various societies. In fact, the communication formats of Influencers are so innovative that ailing legacy media formats are learning to brandjack their vernacular participatory cultures to appeal to young audiences. But how did they get here, and how can businesses meaningfully engage with the Influencer industry?</p><p>Drawing on traditional and digital anthropological research on internet celebrity since 2010 across the Asia Pacific and recent projects in Europe and the US, in this talk we will review a brief history of internet celebrities to understand how Influencers have emerged in the last decade. We will explore how attention and money are generated and circulated in the Influencer ecologies, and learn about the highly creative strategies encultured by Influencers to capture viewer attention in the increasingly saturated market.</p><p>Lecturer is Dr. Crystal Abidin, digital anthropologist and ethnographer of vernacular internet cultures. She researches young people&rsquo;s relationships with internet celebrity, self-curation, and vulnerability.&nbsp;Crystal Abidin&nbsp;is listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia (2018) and Pacific Standard 30 Top Thinkers Under 30 (2016).</p><p>The seminar will be held in English.</p><p>For more info and registration visit <a target="_blank" href="https://sciencepark.se/english/kalender/how-to-engage-with-the-influencer-industry/">Science Parks website</a>.</p><p>The event is arranged by Science Park within the project <a target="_blank" href="https://ju.se/center/transform-to-aaa.html">Transform to AAA</a>.</p>
19 February
16:30 - 19:30

Location

Sajens Mat & Möten, Science Park, Gjuterigatan 9


Link

Seminar and workshop: How to engage with the influencer industry

Do you wish to learn more about Influencer Marketing and about the Influencer Industry? Then you shouldn’t miss this Transform to AAA event with the digital anthropologist Dr. Crystal Abidin.

Many young people are now vocationally pursuing celebrity on the internet as commercial, cross-platform, and highly relatable Influencers. Influencers are raking in millions of dollars, working with blue chip companies, establishing their own brands, and even effecting change in legal, economic, and social regulation in various societies. In fact, the communication formats of Influencers are so innovative that ailing legacy media formats are learning to brandjack their vernacular participatory cultures to appeal to young audiences. But how did they get here, and how can businesses meaningfully engage with the Influencer industry?

Drawing on traditional and digital anthropological research on internet celebrity since 2010 across the Asia Pacific and recent projects in Europe and the US, in this talk we will review a brief history of internet celebrities to understand how Influencers have emerged in the last decade. We will explore how attention and money are generated and circulated in the Influencer ecologies, and learn about the highly creative strategies encultured by Influencers to capture viewer attention in the increasingly saturated market.

Lecturer is Dr. Crystal Abidin, digital anthropologist and ethnographer of vernacular internet cultures. She researches young people’s relationships with internet celebrity, self-curation, and vulnerability. Crystal Abidin is listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia (2018) and Pacific Standard 30 Top Thinkers Under 30 (2016).

The seminar will be held in English.

For more info and registration visit Science Parks website.

The event is arranged by Science Park within the project Transform to AAA.


Organizer: Transform to AAA

Culture on Campus

20 February

12:00 - 12:30

<p>In the middle of J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping, in the middle of the day, in the middle of the week. Culture on Campus.</p><p>See you at 12:00 in the University Library on Wednesdays!</p>
20 February
12:00 - 12:30

Location

-


Link

Culture on Campus

In the middle of Jönköping, in the middle of the day, in the middle of the week. Culture on Campus.

See you at 12:00 in the University Library on Wednesdays!


Organizer: Jönköping University

Seminar: What Swedish companies can learn from how entrepreneurs in East Asia use Instagram and Streaming Apps

26 February

09:00 - 10:00

B3052, Jönköping University, (JIBS, hus B, plan 3)

<p>Looking closely at online advertorials, personal endorsements, and knock-off material cultures as facilitated by young internet users, in this talk I present brief summaries on how young entrepreneurs in East Asia have been using Instagram and Streaming Apps for their businesses.</p><p><br />These include recently popular platforms such as Musical.ly/TikTok, Tudou, BeLive, and Bigo, that are widely used around Asia. We will learn about the different platform architectures that have enabled commercial activity, cultures of interpersonal exchange and self-branding among various subcultures, and the resultant implications on the brick-and-mortar shopping industry.</p><p><br />More importantly, we will review how some of these strategies can be applied in the Swedish context, and learn about some cultural norms that young internet users in Scandinavia value, based on pilot studies conducted in Denmark and Sweden.</p><p>45min talk + 15min Q&amp;A</p><p>Lecturer: Crystal Abidin</p><p><a target="_blank" href="http://machform.hj.se/view.php?id=548367">Sign up here </a>before February&nbsp;24.</p><p>Read more about <a target="_blank" href="https://ju.se/center/transform-to-aaa.html">Transform to AAA</a></p>
26 February
09:00 - 10:00

Location

B3052, Jönköping University, (JIBS, hus B, plan 3)


Link

Seminar: What Swedish companies can learn from how entrepreneurs in East Asia use Instagram and Streaming Apps

Looking closely at online advertorials, personal endorsements, and knock-off material cultures as facilitated by young internet users, in this talk I present brief summaries on how young entrepreneurs in East Asia have been using Instagram and Streaming Apps for their businesses.


These include recently popular platforms such as Musical.ly/TikTok, Tudou, BeLive, and Bigo, that are widely used around Asia. We will learn about the different platform architectures that have enabled commercial activity, cultures of interpersonal exchange and self-branding among various subcultures, and the resultant implications on the brick-and-mortar shopping industry.


More importantly, we will review how some of these strategies can be applied in the Swedish context, and learn about some cultural norms that young internet users in Scandinavia value, based on pilot studies conducted in Denmark and Sweden.

45min talk + 15min Q&A

Lecturer: Crystal Abidin

Sign up here before February 24.

Read more about Transform to AAA


Organizer: Transform to AAA

Meet Volvo Cars recruitment manager Stefan Begall (28/2)

28 February

12:00 - 13:00

B1024

<p>Volvo Cars is a big an interesting company for students. Stefan&nbsp;Begall, who is responsible for recruitment in Sweden,&nbsp;will tell you all about how Volvo works to attract and recruit University graduates in technology and economics. He will give you inside tips on what features, education and personal qualities they are looking for in a candidate. Don&acute;t miss this opportunity to network and meet one of&nbsp;Sweden&#39;s&nbsp;most international companies.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Thursday February 28th&nbsp;12-1 pm&nbsp;</p><p>B1024, J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping International Business School&nbsp;</p><p><em>Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up&nbsp;<strong><a href="https://ju.se/student/karriar/career-center/anmalan-registration.html">here</a></strong>&nbsp;at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!</em></p>
28 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B1024


Link

Meet Volvo Cars recruitment manager Stefan Begall (28/2)

Volvo Cars is a big an interesting company for students. Stefan Begall, who is responsible for recruitment in Sweden, will tell you all about how Volvo works to attract and recruit University graduates in technology and economics. He will give you inside tips on what features, education and personal qualities they are looking for in a candidate. Don´t miss this opportunity to network and meet one of Sweden's most international companies.  

Thursday February 28th 12-1 pm 

B1024, Jönköping International Business School 

Lunch is offered for pre-registered students. Please sign up here at least two working days before the lecture to be guarenteed lunch!


Organizer: Career Center

Seminar: New technologies and the evolving conception of copyright protection

28 February

16:00 - 17:30

B3052, JIBS (hus B, plan 3)

<p>The purpose of this seminar is to explain the functioning of Copyright law in the technological environment determining also the possibility of recognizing new spaces for copyright protection for non-traditional works of authorship with respect to new technologies, such as 3D Printings, engineered genetic data and works generated by artificial intelligence.</p><p>This is a very relevant and topical subject at the moment and has multi-disciplinary appeal also in light of the current debate on the modernisation of EU copyright rules. The protection of new creative output is of great importance for the innovation-based knowledge society and it is a generally recognized priority for all advanced economies.</p><p>Since its conception, copyright law has been constantly evolving to keep up with technological advances it will continue to change. There is in fact a progressive expansion of copyrightable subject matter. Authors and creative people are indeed continually finding new ways of expressing themselves, being often difficult to foresee the forms that these new expressive methods will take.</p><p>---------------------</p><p><strong>Target audience:</strong></p><p>SME managements,&nbsp;Business development managers, Digital content editors, communication specialists, IP Officers, Legal Officers, creative people and companies involved in the creative industries sector.</p><p><strong>Lecturers:</strong></p><p><em>Enrico Bonadio</em> is Senior Lecturer in Law at City, University of London (The City Law School), where he teaches various modules on intellectual property (IP) law. He holds law degrees from the University of Florence (PhD) and the University of Pisa (LLB), and is Deputy Editor in Chief and Intellectual Property Correspondent of the European Journal of Risk Regulation.</p><p><em>Nicola Lucchi</em> is Associate Professor of Law at the J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping International Business School where he is also affiliated researcher of the Media, Management and Transformation Centre (MMTC). He holds a PhD in law from the University of Padua, a Degree in Law and a postgraduate certificate in EU Law both from the University of Ferrara, Italy.&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;</p><p>The seminar will be held in English.</p><p><a href="http://machform.hj.se/view.php?id=543467">Sign up here</a> - Deadline for registration is February 25.</p><p><a href="https://ju.se/center/transform-to-aaa.html">Read mote about Transform to AAA</a></p><p>&nbsp;</p>
28 February
16:00 - 17:30

Location

B3052, JIBS (hus B, plan 3)


Link

Seminar: New technologies and the evolving conception of copyright protection

The purpose of this seminar is to explain the functioning of Copyright law in the technological environment determining also the possibility of recognizing new spaces for copyright protection for non-traditional works of authorship with respect to new technologies, such as 3D Printings, engineered genetic data and works generated by artificial intelligence.

This is a very relevant and topical subject at the moment and has multi-disciplinary appeal also in light of the current debate on the modernisation of EU copyright rules. The protection of new creative output is of great importance for the innovation-based knowledge society and it is a generally recognized priority for all advanced economies.

Since its conception, copyright law has been constantly evolving to keep up with technological advances it will continue to change. There is in fact a progressive expansion of copyrightable subject matter. Authors and creative people are indeed continually finding new ways of expressing themselves, being often difficult to foresee the forms that these new expressive methods will take.

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Target audience:

SME managements, Business development managers, Digital content editors, communication specialists, IP Officers, Legal Officers, creative people and companies involved in the creative industries sector.

Lecturers:

Enrico Bonadio is Senior Lecturer in Law at City, University of London (The City Law School), where he teaches various modules on intellectual property (IP) law. He holds law degrees from the University of Florence (PhD) and the University of Pisa (LLB), and is Deputy Editor in Chief and Intellectual Property Correspondent of the European Journal of Risk Regulation.

Nicola Lucchi is Associate Professor of Law at the Jönköping International Business School where he is also affiliated researcher of the Media, Management and Transformation Centre (MMTC). He holds a PhD in law from the University of Padua, a Degree in Law and a postgraduate certificate in EU Law both from the University of Ferrara, Italy. 
 

The seminar will be held in English.

Sign up here - Deadline for registration is February 25.

Read mote about Transform to AAA

 


Organizer: Transform to AAA

Organizer

Career Center
Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership
External organiser
Jönköping International Business School
Jönköping University
Media, Management and Transformation Centre
School of Education and Communication
School of Engineering
School of Health and Welfare
Student Health Care
Student Union
Transform to AAA
University Library
University Services

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