The German Node of the Millennium Project was founded in 2003 and has since been chaired by Cornelia Daheim. The Node brings together major players from the German foresight community and has regularly been running its own projects as a Node, such as:
- a study on critical future technologies
- research into underestimated trends
- a map of all MP Nodes
- a project on the future of work and how it may impact urban environments
The German Node’s members are:
- Arup, Foresight Unit, Dr. Gereon Uerz
- Bertelsmann Foundation, Dr. Jan Arpe
- Fraunhofer Institute for Systems und Innovation Research (ISI), Dr. Kerstin Cuhls
- Free University of Berlin, Institute Futur, Sascha Dannenberg
- Free University of Berlin, Research Forum on Public Safety and Security, Dr. Lars Gerhold
- Incore Institute for Corporate Education, Dr. Heiko von der Gracht
- Siemens, Dr. Alper Alsan
- Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum (SEZ), Dr. Günter Clar und Sabine Hafner-Zimmermann
- VDI Technology Center, Future Technologies Division, Prof. Dr. Dr. Axel Zweck
- Volkswagen, Futures Studies and Trend Transfer, Bita Daryan
- Z_punkt The Foresight Company, Cornelius Patscha
See presentation on updates for the German Node and Foresight Europe Network
by Cornelia Daheim at the MPPC meeting in San Francisco, July 2015.
2011 - 2012 Activities
Node Presentation by Cornelia Daheim, July 2012.
SPIDER Project Closing Conference, Brussels, March 13, 2006
Rethinking Regions- Improving Regional Performance in the Knowledge Society
In the long run - International Conference on Long-Term Thinking, Corporate Foresight and Innovation Strategies in Companies and Society on October 18th/19th in Berlin. Z_punkt - The Foresight Company is organizing a dialogue of the future with renowned representatives from companies, the industry and society. Best practices from the USA and Europe will show how companies can prepare themselves strategically for the challenges of the future. This conference is supported by Deutsche Telekom, Siemens, Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank Research and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Media partners are brand eins, MIT Technology Review, Politische Ökologie and ChangeX. For further information see the Conference flyer and/or visit the Conference website http://www.inthelongrun.de/.