At this year's graduation ceremony of the faculty of economics which took place on December 8, the best bachelor's thesis and the best master's thesis in business informatics were awarded by the Münster-based company zeb.
The 10th edition of the ERCIS Launch Pad took place on December 6, 2017. The finale of this digital ideas competition with seven participating startups and startup intentions lured more than 150 people to the auditorium at the Leonardo Campus of the University of Münster, among them many businessman, entrepreneurs, investors, scientists, and students. The seven pitches in front of audience and expert jury were the focal point of the event.
On January 10th, 2018 the “Day of Teaching” is organised at the University of Muenster and you are invited to participate in it. 29 workshops are planned to be conducted during the event; Workshop 16 – “Towards higher gender diversity and inclusion of international students in the Information Systems study programme” is specifically targeted at the Information Systems students and teachers. The programme of the “Day of Teaching” can be found here.
As part of a M. Sc. seminar at the Chair for IS and Interorganizational systems (Prof. Dr. Klein), the participants have developed a questionnaire to analyze time management practices of students. We are looking for students to participate in this study. The questionnaire is available at: https://limesurvey.ercis.org/index.php/591699.
Dennis Riehle, Steffen Höhenberger, Jens Brunk, Patrick Delfmann, and Jörg Becker received the ER Demos tool award at this years international conference on conceptual modeling (ER conference) in Valencia. They presented the [ɛm] process analysis using a meta modeling tool. Congratulations!
At the “Logistics Masters 2017”, over 1400 expectant bachelor and master students of the 135 best German-speaking logistics departments and universities of applied science fought to reach the top league. Issued by the magazine “Verkehrsrundschau”, this competition is a questionnaire based test of logistic knowledge.
Launched in May 2014, DRIVER (Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience) is a project funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission, whose main aim is to cope with current and future challenges due to increasingly severe consequences of natural disasters and terrorist threats, by the development and uptake of innovative solutions that are addressing the operational needs of practitioners dealing with Crisis Management.
In the summer term 2017, six students participated in a project seminar with ERCIS Advisory Board member CLAAS KGaA mbH. From March to September 2017, the students developed a concept for improving the customer service process in case of machinery breakdown. Specifically, they tried to answer the question, how the customer could be involved to speed up the process.
With the beginning of the academic year 2017/18 our brand new Master’s Programme Public Secor Innovation and E-Governance (PIONEER) gets started. 16 students from 14 nations start studying on E-Government and E-Governance aspects. Doing the first semester in Leuven, the students will come to Muenster in Spring 2018 and continue their studies in Tallinn from late summer 2018 on!