During lecture time, we have our Lunchtime Seminar each Tuesday from 12.15-12.45. During this seminars, researchers of the Department or invited guest provide us with insights into their research.
|30.11.2021||RP-Mod & RP-Crowd: Moderator- and Crowd-Annotated German News Comment Datasets||
Talk title: RP-Mod & RP-Crowd: Moderator- and Crowd-Annotated German News Comment Datasets
Speaker affiliation: Dennis Assenmacher, Chair of Data Science: Statistics and Optimizations, University of Münster
Talk abstract: Abuse and hate are penetrating social media and many comment sections of news media companies. These platform providers invest considerable efforts to moderate user-generated contributions to prevent... more
|07.12.2021||Developing and implementing contextualised Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) designs - experiences from a PROBRAL project||
Talk title: Developing and implementing contextualised Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) designs - experiences from a PROBRAL project.
Speaker affiliation: Tobias Kreuter, Ph.D. candidate at the Chair for Information Systems & Supply Chain Management, University of Münster.
Talk abstract: Tobias speaks about his recent research in relation to the PROBRAL project “... more
|14.12.2021||Reverse AD for an Array Language with Nested Parallelism||
Title: Reverse AD for an Array Language with Nested Parallelism - Redundant Execution: A Practical Backpropagator
Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Cosmin Oancea, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Talk abstract: Automatic differentiation (AD) is a practical way for computing derivatives of functions that are expressed as programs. AD has been recognized as one of the key pillars of the current machine learning (ML) revolution,... more
|11.01.2022||Problem Definition in the Digital Democracy||
Talk title: Problem Definition in the Digital Democracy
Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Fabrizio Gilardi, Department of Political Science of the University of Zurich.
Talk abstract: How does an issue become a political problem? No issue inherently requires political responses. Instead, political actors construct arguments regarding the nature of a given problem and connect them to particular policy actions. This phenomenon,... more
|25.01.2022||Data Analytics-Driven Supply Chain Performance Measurement Systems||
Talk title: Data Analytics-Driven Supply Chain Performance Measurement Systems
Speaker affiliation: Raquel Mello, Ph.D. candidate at the Chair for Information Systems & Supply Chain Management, University of Münster.
Talk abstract: The unprecedented disruptions of highly competitive and dynamic business environments force supply chains to operate more efficiently and effectively. An essential cornerstone to address these... more
|01.02.2022||Fostering Value Creation through Urban Data Platforms: A Framework and Insights from European Smart Cities||
Talk title: Fostering Value Creation through Urban Data Platforms: A Framework and Insights from European Smart Cities
Speaker affiliation: Tobias Brandt, Professor for Digital Innovation and the Public Sector, University of Münster
Talk Abstract: The adoption and use of Urban Data Platforms (UDPs) in city ecosystems are still in an early phase. These platforms can stimulate value creation within city ecosystems by managing and... more
|08.02.2022||Acting with Inherently Uncertain Data: Practices of Data-Centric Knowing||
Talk title: Acting with Inherently Uncertain Data: Practices of Data-Centric Knowing
Speaker affiliation: Eric Monteiro, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Talk abstract: Data-driven data science challenges our conceptualization of “data.” Significantly beyond capturing a given phenomenon, data, increasingly, are the phenomenon. We empirically study how a community of commercially based geoscientists grapples with... more
|03.05.2022||Intentional forgetting and the role of trust in information systems||
Talk title: Intentional forgetting and the role of trust in information systems
Speaker affiliation: Sebastian Reiners, WWU
Talk abstract: The current changes in the world of work mean that users and information systems must deal with ever-increasing volumes of data and information. The project "Getrost Vergessen" aims to investigate how intentional forgetting can be harnessed in organizations with the help of information... more
|10.05.2022||Leveraging “AI for Good” to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals||
Talk title: Leveraging “AI for Good” to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel, LMU Munich School of Management
Talk abstract: Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) allows for unprecedented opportunities to make important progress towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations by 2030. In... more
|17.05.2022||A Process Reference Model for Operational and Real-Time Planning in Road Freight Transport||
Talk title: A Process Reference Model for Operational and Real-Time Planning in Road Freight Transport
Speaker affiliation: Sandra Lechtenberg, WWU
Talk abstract: While there are successful applications of data analytics to operational and real-time planning, a structured overview of the processes and decision tasks is missing. Hence, this talk shows a process reference model for operational and real-time transport planning... more