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With 7 professors and associated research groups we contribute to research, education and innovation in the fields of information systems and marketing.
Congratulations to Respeak! The young start-up, founded by two former doctoral students at IISM, won the first place at the Hightech Cup Elevator Pitch Event in Stuttgart in mid-October. The team thus secured a ticket for the state finals of the “Start-up BW Elevator Pitch 2021”. The start-up has set itself the goal of transforming surveys into dialogues. We're already keeping our fingers crossed for the finals.mehr
The german magazine Computerwoche recently published an article entitled “How AI supports employees” about the impact of software robots on employees and human-centric ways to design and implement such software robots in the energy industry, which the ISSD group is currently researching in the MeKIDI project.
You can find the full interview here.mehr
Are you a student who wants to get into flow more often and self-improve your own work life? If yes, we would like to invite you to our research study "Flow Up Yourself"! We are investigating how students can improve their own well-being and productivity by getting deeper insights into their flow state. The study will take place from 29th November until 5th December 2021.
You want to participate? Visit our website!mehr
Join our research group as a research assistant and doctoral student to support our exciting research activities in the field of designing human-software robot interaction. Further information is available here.mehr
"Wissen Hoch2" presents the KD²Lab as part of the science documentary on "The Curse of Winning - Competitive Auctions (Der Fluch des Gewinnens - Auktionen im Wettstreit)". On October 14 at 20:15 the documentary was broadcasted on 3sat. The video is available online. The contribution on the KD²Lab around Prof. Christof Weinhardt and his team starts at minute 16.45. We are proud to be part of this documentary together with very renowned guests like the Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson - the winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics 2020.mehr
We welcome Jonas Gunklach as a doctoral researcher in the research group of Prof. Mädche at IISM. Jonas received his B. Sc in Business Informatics at the University of Mannheim and finished his M. Sc in Business Informatics at KIT. Besides his Master, Jonas worked two years as a working student in business analytics at the Robert Bosch GmbH. He focuses his research on Business Intelligence & Analytics..mehr
Are you interested in humane AI-based process automation, specifically regarding the energy sector? We would like to invite you to the half-time event of the MeKIDI project, where we will present first results from all 3 experimental spaces. The online event will take place on October 26th, 10 AM to 2PM in our virtual venue. Participation in the event is free of charge – just sign up here.mehr
The research groups of Professors Mädche, Satzger, Weinhardt (IISM) and Sunyaev (AIFB) will be represented with a total of 10 papers at the "International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)", which will take place in Austin, Texas in December 2021. Congratulations to all authors!mehr
Ivo Benke successfully defended on October 4th 2021 his PhD thesis titled “Emotional Competence Development Systems for Remote Work Collaboration“.
He convinced the examination committee Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche, Prof. Dr. Petra Nieken, Prof. Dr. Anat Rafaeli (Technion Israel) and Prof. Dr. Oliver Stein (not on the photo) with his research. We congratulate Ivo Benke for his successful defense!mehr
The virtual “Usability in Germany” (UIG) conference took place on 23.09.2021 under the motto " How to practice UX in medium-sized businesses sector " with and for over 250 UX experts and SME representatives from science and practice.mehr
The research group of Prof. Mädche was present at the “Mensch und Computer” (MuC) conference last week with three accepted conference papers. It was a great pleasure to present and discuss our research insights.mehr
The end of the semester also marks the successful completion of this year’s Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) Capstone project, which was conducted virtually as part of the DIS master lecture. 18 students worked on a real-world challenge provided by our industry partner EnBW.mehr