The Karl-Vossloh foundation regularly honors innovative Ph.D. theses. In 2018, Dr. Friedrich Chasin received a price for his thesis in the area of mobility.
After a successful Master Orientation Day on 2nd of April, the new PIONEERs started their semester in Münster. This semester 25 international students will spend their time in Münster working in the field of Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance. We wish you all the best for your time in Münster!
"The Art of Structuring - Bridging the Gap Between Information Systems Research and Practice" - this is the title of a recent publication in honor of Prof. Jörg Becker's 60th birthday. With 81 authors from 13 countries involved, the book gives various insights on how to structure models, data, processes, organizations, and technologies as well as visionary chapters on the topic. The publication was handed over during the WI conference in Siegen on the 25th of February.
Liechtenstein Winter School on Business Process Management and Data Science 2019 was a great success
The Liechtenstein Winter School on Business Process Management and Data Science, which was held this year from February 20th - 22th at the University of Liechtenstein (https://www.uni.li/de), Liechtenstein, was a great success once again. By now in its 9th edition, the Winter School gave twelve undergraduate students from all over the world the chance to get a quite detailed impression of the topics Business Process Management (BPM) and Data Science.
The European Union (EU) aims to make public procurement in Europe more efficient. Three new directives were adopted in 2014 to improve the award of contracts to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the number of cross-border contracts, and competition in public tenders. On request of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection of the European Parliament, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dr. h.c.
The kickoff meeting of the new research project LearnIT took place on January 10th 2019 at EWE TRADING in Bremen, Germany. Prof. Dr. Stephan Meisel of the Department of Information System leads the project. The main project goal is the development of an adaptive optimization approach for operational management of grid-level battery storage. The adaptive optimization approach aims at increasing the economic efficiency of storage, and thereby enabling the widespread adoption of grid-level battery storage.
“10 Years of Partnership: QUT and University of Muenster” - presentation on the 3rd Australian-German Science and Innovation Day
In October Dr. Ann-Kristin Cordes, Assistant Professor at the chair for Information Systems and Information Management, gave a talk on the subject “10 Years of Partnership: QUT and University of Muenster” on the 3rd Australian-German Science and Innovation Day as part of the 2018 Brisbane German Week at the Queensland University of Technology.
The proliferation of digital technologies has made the world at once a smaller and a more complex place. While established business practices are disrupted, digital technology equally affords new opportunities. Collaboration has become a way for individuals, teams and businesses to cope with complexity and harness new opportunities.
The Department of Information Systems welcomes the new Professor for IT-Security, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Hupperich! Thomas joined the Department on the 1st of October with his appointment as Juniorprofessor. We are very happy having filled this open position again and so completed the fields of research and study of the department! We wish Thomas a good start in Münster and we are looking forward for a great collaboration!
The PIONEER students that spent their Summer Term in Münster were warmly welcomed in Tallinn, Estonia, where they will stay for the Winter Term. Jörg Becker, Head of the IS Department in Münster, Robert Krimmer, programme lead in Tallinn, as well as the Dean of the school.