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With 6 professors and associated research groups we contribute to research, education and innovation in the fields of information systems and marketing.
The jam is focused on standards of inspiration, innovation und creative experimentation with digital technologies.The participation in the event is free, the event is open to all interested (students as well as professionals)...more
Verena Rieger, Ingo Halbauer and visiting scholar Julien Cloarec (Marketing & Sales) as well as Wiebke Klingemann and Maik Krebs (Services Marketing) will present their research next week at the Conference of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC) in Glasgow, UK.
Congratulations to team Smubi ID for winning the KPMG Ideation Challenge 2018! The KIT team representing Germany in the international competition could convince the jury with an innovative augmented reality solution for the healthcare sector...more
Verena Rieger, Ingo Halbauer and visiting scholar Julien Cloarec (Marketing & Sales) as well as Wiebke Klingemann and Maik Krebs (Services Marketing) will present their research next week at the Conference of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC) in Glasgow, UK...more
The ISE Research group will be present at the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS-2018) in Portsmouth, UK with 9 accepted papers in the fields of digital experience (chatbots, attentive user interfaces, digital nudging), electronic markets (prediction markets, robo-advisory), IS engineering & transformation (data-driven business model tools, process standardization measurement). Furthermore, Jella Pfeiffer and Stefan Morana are organizing a workshop on „Designing User Assistance in Interactive Intelligent Systems“...more
Two design-oriented research articles authored by the Information Systems & Service Design research group of the Institute of Information Systems and Marketing (IISM) have been accepted for publication in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS)...more
As part of the Dagstuhl Seminar (April 29 – May 2nd 2018) thought leaders from academia and industry to share their knowledge and experiences in software production research are invited...more
In an interview in the current issue of the KIT employee magazine KITdialog, Ulrich Gnewuch talks about how playing American football for the KIT SC Engineers provides a great opportunity to take a break from his work as a research assistant at the Institute of Information Systems and Marketing (IISM)...more
The ISE Research group will be present at the 13th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technologies (DESRIST) in Chenna, India with 8 accepted papers...more
Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt is elected as Chairman of DIID’s (Düsseldorf Institute for Internet and Democracy) Scientific Advisory Board.
The Department of Economics and Management within Division II - Informatics, Economics, and Society - invites applications for a position as Full Professor in Consumer & User Behavior (W3) at the Institute of Information Systems and Marketing (IISM)...more
We are delighted with Prof. Thomas Setzer’s appointment as professor at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (KU) and congratulate him warmly.
This job position is funded by the project “Self-Service Analytics” in cooperation with the Bosch Group. The project is set up for three years and aims at developing new concepts in the area of Business Intelligence & Analytics (BI&A)...more
On February 8th, 2018, 12 students participating in the practical seminar "Digital Service Design in the Energy Sector" presented the results of their semester work at EnBW...more
The IISM Research Group of Prof. Maedche is participating in a Leibniz collaborative research project.
The aim of this interdisciplinary research network is to examine how digital transformation affects the functionality of tax systems...more
PMJ published the article “Using Process Theory for Accumulating Project Management Knowledge: A Seven-Category Model” by F. Niederman, S.T. March, and Benjamin Mueller. ...more