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Carolin Wagner

Prof. Dr. Fernando Buarque – New Visiting Professor from Brazil

We are happy to welcome Prof. Fernando Buarque de Lima Neto  at the School of Business and Economics as visiting professor for the next three years until 2020. For many years now, the chair of Prof. Hellingrath and Prof. Fernando Buarque de Lima Neto has been jointly working together. Besides two joint research projects on the application of Computational Intelligence methods in Supply Chain Management, Prof. Buarque has been visiting Münster several times during the years 2015 and 2017 as part of his scholarship of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation.

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Carolin Wagner

The different understanding of Logistics

Optimization of processes, focus on efficiency and a steady supply of information describe the environment and goals of traditional business logistics systems. Humanitarian logistics, however, addresses completely different requirements and goals. As part of the lecture Logistics Management, Robin E. Mays, researcher at the department Human-Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington, sheds light on the differences between traditional logistics and humanitarian logistics.

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Sandra Lechtenberg

C³M hosts the ICT-DM 2017!

4th Edition of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (ICT-DM) in Münster!

The  Competence Center for Crisis Management (C³M) team is very happy to announce to be the host of the 4th Edition of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (ICT-DM)! The conference will be held in Münster, Germany from 11th of December to 13th of December 2017.

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Christian Grimme

Project PropStop explains social bots at the FTOJ 2017

The research project PropStop presented a workshop on social bots at the FTOJ 2017 (Frankfurt Day on Online-Journalism) on April 25, 2017. Dr. Christian Grimme and Dr. Mike Preuss gave a 90-minutes talk on the potentials, threats, and future developments in the context of social bots. Additionally, they demonstrated simple ways to develop an own social bot.

The FTOJ is a one-day conference for online journalists hosted by the Hessische Rundfunk (Hessian broadcasting) and the Evangelischer Pressedienst (epd) since 2004.

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Katrin Bergener

Girls'Day 2017 am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik

Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen unserer Systemadministration

Am heutigen Girls'Day stellt unsere Systemadmininstration interessierten Mädchen den Beruf der Fachinformatikerin vor. Neben der Vorstellung des Berufs und einem Einblick in die tägliche Arbeit eines Fachinformatikers, wird auch die heutige Client- und Servertechnik präsentiert. Die Teilnehmerinnen nehmen dabei einen Computer auseinander, tauschen Teile aus und bauen ein kleines Netzwerk mit Client und Server auf.

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Armin Stein

Try our HTC Vive!

Reality sucks - get virtual!
HTC Vive

We offer to our staff and students to use a HTC Vive for one hour! The room is available until further notice during lecture time Tuesdays to Thursdays between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. The room is located at Leonardo-Campus 3 and can be used by 3 people in parallel at max.

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Armin Stein

CrowdEquality: Idea Crowdsourcing Platform developed at the Department of Information Systems is ‘live’

CrowdEquality - The Idea Crowdsourcing Platform

Within the EQUAL-IST project (“Gender Equality Plans for Information Sciences and Technology Research Institutions”, funded by the EU in the Horizon 2020 programme) an idea crowdsourcing platform has been developed by the team of eight Information Systems Bachelor students as part of their project seminar in Winter Semester 2016/17.


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