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Jan Dageförde

Jobhub Informatik – Die IT-Karrieremesse der WWU

Dienstag, 14. Mai 2019 - 15:00 bis 17:00, Aula, Schlossplatz 2

In der Aula des Münsteraner Schlosses haben (WI-)Studierende die Gelegenheit, mit regionalen Firmen mit IT-Bezug in Kontakt zu treten. Im Rahmen der Karrieremesse werden u. a. Möglichkeiten für den Karriereeinstieg sowie Abschlussarbeiten und Praktika vorgestellt. Die Karrieremesse richtet sich insbesondere an Studierende in der Endphase ihres Bachelor- oder Master-Studiums; andere Studierende sind ebenfalls herzlich willkommen.

Im Rahmen der Veranstaltung wird auch der diesjährige Förderpreis der Angewandten Informatik an die beste Abschlussarbeit vergeben.

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Jan Betzing

WINet Mitgliedsversammlung mit Vorstandswahlen

Freitag, 3. Mai 2019 - 17:00 bis 22:00, Leonardo-Campus 3, Raum 115

Alle WINet-Mitglieder sind herzlich eingeladen zur ordentlichen Mitgliederversammlung am Fr., 03. Mai 2019. Bitte nehmt Euer Wahlrecht wahr und schaut vorbei, denn dieses Jahr sind Vorstandswahlen. Die MV ist in ein kleines Rahmenprogramm eingebettet:

17:00 Uhr – Vortrags- / Diskussionsrunde: Grenzen und Stolpersteine von AI, Dr. Pascal Kerschke (WWU), Ben Wolters (viadee), Marcus Krüger (cronos)

18:30 Uhr – Mitgliederversammlung mit Vorstandswahlen

...im Anschluss: Häppchen und Get-Together

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Sebastian Halsbenning

Fachtagung Verwaltungsinformatik und Rechtsinformatik 2019

Mittwoch, 6. März 2019 - 12:00 bis Donnerstag, 7. März 2019 - 14:00, Leonardo-Campus 10

Weitere Infos zu den Fachtagungen und zur Anmeldung gibt es unter www.ftvi.de.

Die gemeinsamen Fachtagungen Verwaltungsinformatik und Rechtsinformatik (FTVI & FTRI 2019) finden vom 6. bis 7. März 2019 auf dem Leonardo-Campus der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU) statt.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Towards the automated Design of Heuristic-Based algorithms for lot-sizing problems

Dienstag, 29. Januar 2019 - 12:00 bis 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Supply chains and production environments, especially in high wage countries like Germany, are constantly becoming more dynamic and complex for several decades already. This development finds its most recent peak in the advent of Industrie 4.0, in which it is intended to enable production systems to be reconfigurable and flexible, manufacturing products in vastly varying amounts and constantly changing specifications. Such changes of course influence the planning model that creates the base for decision-making. For example, the introduction of a new laser cutting machine could require new planning constraints for representing that the machine can operate with different energy levels, influencing its cutting speed and energy consumption.
However, commonly used heuristic-based methods are formulated in a problem-specific manner to exploit domain knowledge about the solution space. The changes in the underlying problem structure and model might, therefore, require changes in the heuristic methods as well, e.g. operators composition and parameters. Additionally, the heuristics perform with significant variance concerning the solution quality and the required execution time depending on the models’ parametrization. Adapting and fine-tuning heuristic-based methods to these changing conditions is a time-consuming process, which are usually performed in a trial-and-error manner. Thus, the objective is to take advantage of recent developments of Automated Algorithm Design to devise an approach (which could be used in the context of Production Planning Systems) that generates heuristic-based methods for different configurations of planning problems.
This talk presents preliminary results of an algorithm-generation approach meant to automate this process, exemplified on the Multi-Level Capacitated Lot-Sizing Problem (MLCLSP). The MLCLSP is an NP-complete problem from the production-planning domain used to determine optimal lot-sizes in a make-to-stock production setting. Several experiments were carried out to evaluate the ability of the proposed method to generate competitive algorithms for benchmark instances, under consideration of different algorithm components and cutoff times. Results indicate that the method is able to generate heuristic algorithms that find high-quality solutions significantly faster than the compared human-designed algorithm.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Online-propaganda, disinformation & emotional Manipulation – Interdisciplinary Approaches to understand and combat manipulative online-communication in the DemoRESILdigital group.

Dienstag, 22. Januar 2019 - 12:00 bis 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Abstract. Our society becomes more and more digitalized. Beyond new opportunities for democratic participation, this also offers new opportunity structures for the dissemination of manipulative content such as populist or extremist online-propaganda, fake news, or emotionally manipulative content. Counter-strategies, which focus solely on the repression of such contents, are limited by both the speed and dynamic of digital dissemination channels, as well as by the potential risk of censorship.
Complementary prevention strategies that strengthen the individual resistance against digital manipulation are thus inevitable. To develop such interventions a deepened understanding of the actors and strategies of contemporary propagandists and the boundary conditions of their attempts’ effectiveness is needed.
The junior research group DemoRESILdigital addresses these challenges by combining interdisciplinary knowledge from data science, psychology, and communication. The talk will present the overall concept of the research group and provide first insights into the strengths of interdisciplinary working-groups by discussing our research on the detection and effects ofnostalgia (bitter-sweet memories about better times) in the context of populism.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Discovering Design Features of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Knowledge-based Work of the Future: A Socio-Technical Analysis

Dienstag, 15. Januar 2019 - 12:00 bis 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Abstract:   Knowledge-based work has realized across industries and jobs, and the infiltration of AI into this work comes exponentially with advance of technologies. In this regard, Artificial intelligence (AI) produces a series of design features in this knowledge work environment of the future. The purpose of this study is to discover a variety of AI design features in the future-oriented knowledge-based work by a view of socio-technical perspective. To elucidate divergent design features of AI, we performed a systemic review of industrial reports on AI design artifacts appeared in industrial reports from 2010 to 2018. By this analysis, we conceptualized a typological framework, focusing on automation and intelligence as the two primary factors in considering and developing AI applications related to the future work. Based on this, this study epitomizes AI specifications for desirable future nature of work studies in information systems (IS). The primary contributions are first, proposing a theoretical framework of AI design features for the knowledge work of the future, and second, generating feasible guideline of research opportunities based on our findings.

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Machine Understanding for Enterprise Applications

Dienstag, 8. Januar 2019 - 12:00 bis 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

In his talk Prof. Löser will briefly review main drivers for the platform economy and will sketch important implications for the German economy. Later, he will introduce their work on neural text mining for enterprise applications. In particular, he will focus on tasks such as in-database text mining, sentence classification, entity linkage, Hate-speech detection and neural paragraph retrieval. Finally, Prof. Löser will outline latest trends and his ‘bets’ in the area of neural text mining.

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Monika Rohe-Al Torman

DIGITALE ÖKOSYSTEME IM BANKING – DER AUFBRUCH IN DIE ZUKUNFT?

Donnerstag, 13. Dezember 2018 - 18:00, zeb-Office Münster, Hammer Straße 165, 48153 Münster

Im Wettkampf um Kunden versuchen sich die europäischen Banken zu übertreffen


und umgeben sich mit den kreativsten Köpfen, um Methoden zu entwickeln,


Kunden anzulocken und dauerhaft an sich zu binden. Doch was geschieht, wenn


diese – auf die eigenen Produkte und das eigene Institut konzentierte – Strategie


der falsche Weg ist?


Denn gerade in Zeiten des raschen Wandels wollen Kunden eine positive User Experience

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Michaela Meinert

Lunchtime Seminar - Webcam Covering as Planned Behavior

Dienstag, 4. Dezember 2018 - 12:00 bis 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

Most of today’s laptops come with an integrated webcam placed above the screen to enable video conferencing. Due to the risk of webcam spying attacks, some laptop users seem to be concerned about their privacy and seek protection by covering the webcam. We are the first to investigate personal characteristics and beliefs of users with and without webcam covers by applying the Theory of Planned Behavior. We record the privacy behavior of 180 users, develop a path model, and analyze it by applying Partial Least Squares. The analysis indicates that privacy concerns do not significantly influence users’ decision to use a webcam cover. Rather, this behavior is influenced by users’ attitudes, social environment, and perceived control over protecting privacy. Developers should take this as a lesson to design privacy enhancing technologies which are intuitive, usable and easy to understand.

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Monika Rohe-Al Torman

Einladung zum Tagesworkshop "Implementierung von Analytics-anwendungen im Kundenmanagement"

CMX Consulting, Osnabrück
Freitag, 30. November 2018 - 9:00 bis 18:00, CMX Consulting, Rheiner Landstraße 195b, Osnabrück

WAS STEHT AN?
In unserem Tagesworkshop wollen wir mit Euch unter Anwendung eines typischen Softwarepakets den eigenständigen Aufbau einer lauffähigen Kundenanwendung erarbeiten.

WAS IST DAS ZIEL DES WORKSHOPS?

Datenmodelle in QlikView erstellen

WAS BIETEN WIR NOCH AN?

Austausch mit Young Professionals aus der MUUUH! Group Getränke, Mittagessen & Kuchen

WANN & WO? ANMELDUNG & RÜCKFRAGEN?

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