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Jana Mattern

Segelevent mit Capgemini

Workshop mit dem CDC
Thursday, 4. July 2019 - 14:00 to 20:00, Aasee

 

Einen Energieschub im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes gibt es am 04. Juli bei unserem Segel-Event am Aasee mit Capgemini Consulting, dem Leader in Digital Transformation.

Bei einem zweistündigen Segel-Schnupperkurs lernt ihr, wie ihr mit eurem Boot richtig in Fahrt kommt. Bei einem anschließenden Get-Together können ihr diesen Aufwind direkt für eure Karriere nutzen, um mit den Consultants vor Ort über Praktikums und Einstiegsmöglichkeiten bei Capgemini Consulting zu sprechen.

Das erwartet euch:

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Pelin Aspar

Artificial Intelligence is a trending topic in computer science

Tuesday, 2. July 2019 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

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.

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Pelin Aspar

The value of practical and academic partnering – the case of ERCIS & Arvato/Bertelsmann

Tuesday, 25. June 2019 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

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 contributes to solving complex and practically relevant problems. Having started with a project seminar in 2010 in collaboration with the chair of Prof. Dr. Bernd Hellingrath, Arvato and ERCIS have repeated multiple projects on interesting digital challenges. Multiple people have been hired on all levels from BSc over MSc to PhD. On top partners have jointly created new collaboration formats up to the The ERCIS Omni-channel Lab (https://omni-channel.ercis.org/) which successfully augmented 1000 experts at Arvato CRM and ended after 3 fruitful years under leadership of Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dr. h.c. Jörg Becker, Prof. Dr. Gottfried Vossen and Prof. Dr. Heike Trautmann and Karsten Kraume. The presentation will refer to some specific projects driven by Matthias Carnein, MSc, Markus Heuchert, MSc and Dipl.-Inf. Leschek Homann and multiple colleagues at Arvato. The presentation will also show, how the broader ecosystem including Universities of Paderborn (Prof. Dr. Daniel Beverungen), Duisburg/Essen (Prof. Dr. Stefan Stieglitz), Nürnberg-Erlangen (Prof. Dr. Martin Matzner) to name a few was leveraged. The example at hand can serve as a reference and shows, how “easily” a partnership can be started and grow, assuming firm belief in the complementarity of academia and practice as well as an entrepreneurial mindset on both ends.

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Pelin Aspar

Test-Case Generation for Java Programs

Tuesday, 18. June 2019 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

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.

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Jana Mattern

Business Contacts 2019

The career fair in Münster
Friday, 14. June 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00, Oeconomicum/Juridicum

You want to boost your career? Come and visit the 12th edition of the Career Fair Business Contacts on Friday, June 14th 2019, in the Oeconomicum/Juridicum of the School of Business and Economics. Students from all faculties, fields of studies and all semesters are welcome to make contact with some of the most influential companies in Germany from all branches and industrial sectors. Get first-hand information on internships, traineeships or direct job entries.

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Jana Mattern

Fit ins Vorstellungsgespräch

Workshop mit dem CDC
Wednesday, 5. June 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00, WWU Weiterbildung, Königstr. 47

Endlich liegt eine Einladung zum Vorstellungsgespräch vor. Doch was nun? Was erwartet mich? Worauf kommt es an? Wie bereite ich mich vor? Wie gehe ich mit Stressfragen um? Wo bekomme ich Informationen zum Gehalt? Karriereberaterin Angela Schütte (berufsstart.de) gibt Antwort auf diese und viele andere Fragen rund um das Vorstellungsgespräch. Mithilfe praktischer Übungen gibt sie Teilnehmern die nötige Sicherheit und erklärt, worauf es sonst noch ankommt.

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Sebastian Halsbenning

23. HIS-TAGUNG - Handelsinformationssysteme | IT im Verbund

Wednesday, 5. June 2019 - 8:30 to Thursday, 6. June 2019 - 16:00, Leonardo-Campus 10

Bereits zum 23. Mal öffnet die Tagung Handelsinformationssysteme am 5. und 6. Juni 2019 für Entscheidungsträger des mittelständischen Handels ihre Türen an der Universität Münster. Hier treffen sich Aussteller, Praxispartner und Händler zum intensiven Austausch über unterschiedliche Geschäftsmodelle, Ideen und Lösungen sowie aktuellen Trendthemen und Zukunftsvisionen.

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Pelin Aspar

Uniform universities? Output Indicators, Data Capitalism and Steering of Science

Tuesday, 4. June 2019 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 11.3

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 for the administration have features that are widely known from electronic environments (compliance through convenience, vendor-lock-in), but also features that show at the same time elements of the centrally planned economy  and (although at first sight incompatible with it) a strong competitive connotation. The presentation also discusses the possible consequences of such a data-driven science control for individual researchers  as well as for science as a social enterprise.

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Sebastian Halsbenning

E-Government-Fachtagung MEMO 2019

14. Fachtagung für Methoden und Werkzeuge zur Verwaltungsmodernisierung
Monday, 3. June 2019 - 8:30 to Tuesday, 4. June 2019 - 16:00, Leonardo-Campus 10

Die Universität Münster reagiert mit der MEMO-Tagung auf die verstärkte Nachfrage aus der Verwaltungspraxis nach methodisch fundierten und vor allem auch praktisch anwendbaren Modernisierungswerkzeugen.

Zum Auftakt am 3. Juni wird Hartmut Beuß, CIO NRW, die Tagung eröffnen, woran sich diverse Fachvortäge anschließen. Nach einer Podiumsdiskussion wird der Tag mit einer großen Abendveranstaltung am Münsteraner Hafen ausklingen.

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Pelin Aspar

Channel Choice Complications: Exploring the multiplex nature of citizens' channel choice

Tuesday, 28. May 2019 - 12:00 to 13:00, Leonardo-Campus 18

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 from actual use contexts. Therefore, in the lunchtime seminar, I will present the results of a sequential mixed methods study which combines observations of citizen-caseworker interaction in a call center, contextual interviews with callers, and a survey classifying topics from 10,000 telephone calls. Specifically, the study explores the multiplex nature of real-life CC and the problems which cause people to call.

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