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.
|24.11.2020||Practitioner-centered Assessment of Socio-technical Innovations in Crisis Management: Insights from the DRIVER+ Demonstration Project||
The scale and pace of crises pose enormous challenges for the crisis management (CM) community, with new threats emerging all the time. An already complex field must strive to integrate new technologies and methods; cope with a rapidly changing infrastructure; understand evolving risks; be effective across cultural, administrative and national boundaries as well as engage with populations to enhance their resilience. In this context, crisis management innovation must be capable of meeting... more
|17.11.2020||Credit default prediction from user-generated text based on deep learning||
Dr. Johannes Kriebel will present a project on the use of natural language processing to predict credit risk from user-generated text data on peer-to-peer lending platforms.
|09.07.2019||RISE_BPM: Experiences from a 4-Years Horizon 2020 Researcher and Staff Exchange Project||
RISE_BPM was the first favourably evaluated project proposal submitted by the University of Münster in cooperation with ERCIS partners within the Horizon 2020 EU funding programme. The RISE_BPM project aimed at networking research institutions and corporate innovators to develop new ideas for Business Process Management (BPM). The project consortium, besides the University of Münster as the coordinator, included partners from Australia, South Korea, Brazil, Austria, Spain, the Netherlands,... more
|02.07.2019||Artificial Intelligence is a trending topic in computer science||
Autonomous systems rely on AI to make decisions and adapt to changes. What role do security considerations play when designing such systems? This talk will give an overview of the interaction and combination of IT security with artificial intelligence.
|25.06.2019||The value of practical and academic partnering – the case of ERCIS & Arvato/Bertelsmann||
While digitization and digitalization require substantial organic change (1) and often times M&A (2), partnering represents a 3rd lever for strategy execution. Partners can come from multiple backgrounds. Some working for-profit, such as software vendors, consultants or incubators. Yet there are interesting players from the non-profit arena, such as governmental institutions or universities. Universities among others focus on education but also on research that ideally... more
|18.06.2019||Test-Case Generation for Java Programs||
Java is still one of the most popular programming languages and widely used to develop enterprise, mobile, and web applications. This talk presents an automated approach to generate unit tests for Java programs. The approach is based on symbolic execution, a popular program analysis technique that is able to explore all execution paths through a program.
|04.06.2019||Uniform universities? Output Indicators, Data Capitalism and Steering of Science||
The talk describes how commercial companies create operating systems with highly integrated services, which scientists use in every phase of their daily work and which by the way produce data about this work. These data, in turn, are processed by the commercial providers and converted into further products, which are now offered to the science bureaucracy as a tool for recruitment and research planning. The structure and marketing of both the tools for scientists and the controlling tools... more
|28.05.2019||Channel Choice Complications: Exploring the multiplex nature of citizens' channel choice||
In spite of massive investment and increased adoption of digital services, citizens continue to use traditional channels to interact with public organizations. The channel choice (CC) field of research tries to understand citizens’ interactions with public authorities to make the interaction more efficient and increase citizen satisfaction. However, most studies have been conducted either as surveys of hypothetical services or in experimental settings, leading to a lack of empirical data... more
Large-scale spatial systems, such as river catchments, crowds, or land use systems, are difficult to fully analyze empirically. Geosimulation models are built to enable analyses of these systems. On the one hand, geosimulation models help us to better understand the system, because we can 'experiment' with its parameters. On the other hand, geosimulation models are used to make projections of the potential future development of the system under a set of scenarios. Scenario studies are often... more
|14.05.2019||Accessible mobile and web applications: concerns regarding their development||
In the context of approaches for mobile software development, we present our concerns on the level of accessibility and usability for their interface components. We understand that model-driven development (MDD) and cross-platform mobile development, together, may offer benefits to solve the gap and benefit the development of more accessible mobile applications. This presentation discusses the investigations and trends to include requirements for accessibility in interface components during... more