A rapid improvement of the existing charging infrastructure is necessary for the shift towards electromobility. Unfortunately, in particular, fast-charging stations have not been widely used in Germany until now. The energy infrastructure is not designed to provide the required amount of electricity in many places. This is where "E-Mobility Solutions by Uniper" comes into play: The system is based on mobile fast chargers that can be set up flexibly, also in inner-city areas if required.
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Unexpected trailer breakdowns are costly and delay the journey for trailer manufacturers and their customers. To improve maintenance scheduling and foresee future maintenance needs, a group of seven students collaborated with the market-leading trailer manufacturer Schmitz Cargobull as part of the master project seminar “Intelligent Maintenance Solutions”. The students investigated sensor data to determine the health of the trailer and predict future breakdowns.
As part of the Supply Chain Management lecture, the chair of Information Systems and Logistics organizes an annual field trip to a company in the region to give students an insight into logistics processes and practices in industry. This year, 25 students from the University of Münster had the chance to participate in an excursion to the headquarters of CLAAS in Harsewinkel on Friday, 29th November. CLAAS is the market leader for combine harvesters in Europe and among the Top 5 agricultural machinery manufacturers worldwide.
The research project "Establishing Modern Master-level Studies in Information Systems" (MASTIS) was recently completed. The project consisted of a large consortium of nine European universities, led by the University Lyon 2 (France), seven Ukrainian and two Montenegrin universities.
This month the chair for Information Sytems and Supply Chain Management welcomed Marcus Fagundes, a Brazilian Ph.D. candidate in Industrial Engineering at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) and a lecturer at the University of Southwest Bahia (UESB). His visit is a direct result of the “German-Brazilian Workshop on Information Systems in Logistics and Industrial Engineering” held in Recife. The event focused on the promotion of joint work among Professors and young researchers from northeastern Brazilian universities and the WWU-Münster. By that occasion, Prof. Hellingrath and Prof. Dr.
The ProCampus Initiative was launched in 2007 to support projects aimed at sustainably improving the conditions of study at the Faculty of Business and Economics. Employees and students were invited to submit their ideas as part of grant applications. After careful consideration of the applications, the AlumniUM Board selected projects of the Department for Information Systems and the Dean's Office. This week, the symbolic awards for both applications were finally made by AlumniUM board member Dr. Sophie Stockhinger.
Jörg Becker was again invited to Brussels as expert on European Public Procurement. On September 25th 2019, he gave a talk about the future potential of public procurement, including topics like digital end-to-end processes, interoperability or the "one-stop shop" idea for procurement.