As part of the Digital Citizen Science initiative, the participatory campaign "Home Office? Challenge accepted!" runs from April to July. Citizens are invited to submit their individual challenges in everyday home office life for which they would like receive support from science. As part of the initiative, potential solutions are developed for selected challenges and shared as well as discussed with citzens in July.
Further information is available here.mehr
Im Sommersemester 2022 bieten wir erneut das im Rahmen des Exzellenzuniversitätsvorhabens „Research Infrastructure in Research-Oriented Teaching (RIRO)“ geförderte KD²Lab Forschungspraktikum „New Ways and Tools in Experimental Economics“ für Studierende im Master an. Eine Bewerbung ist vom 1. bis 31. März 2022 über das Wiwi-Portal möglich.mehr
IISM contributed with 10 papers (out of around 120 accepted) to „Internationale Konferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI 2022) – a team around Marius Schenkluhn (IM) won the Best Short Paper Award, a team around Daniel Heinz (DSI) ranked second for the Best Full Paper Award.mehr
We would like to wish Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to our students and partners. We thank you for your cooperation in 2021. Our office will be closed from December 23rd and we'll be picking up – at least virtually via email or phone – on January 3th 2022.mehr
As part of the project ABBA (AI for Business | Business for AI) we will educate students in how to embed Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in AI-based Information Systems in order to create business value. The project runs 4 years, has a volume of 4,24 million Euro, and is carried out in cooperation with University of Hohenheim, University of Bayreuth and Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. 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
Incredible amounts of data are generated every day, algorithms decide which products and news we see, we use voice commands to control household items and smartphones to control entire factories.
The digital revolution is everywhere and every business needs a strategy to cope with the challenges and seize the opportunities. Apply now for our Master Lecture.mehr
As part of this cooperation the promotion bike KALine is equipped with a mobile experimental kiosk from our "Wir- Forschen.Digital" initiative. Citizens of the city of Karlsruhe can find out more about the initiative, take part in small studies on the subject of well-being and register.mehr
We are exited to present our prototype “MyResearchChallenge.digital” at the 16th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST 2021).
The tool will guide citizens to articulate research questions, thus giving them the opportunity to participate in research projects by providing their questions and challenges of interest.mehr
At the conference, we will discuss with experts from science and business which perspectives demanders and providers of UUX activities have in the digital SME sector and which concrete approaches exist for scaling.mehr
In Citizen Science, citizens should have the opportunity to actively participate in science. Platforms such as Twitter and Reddit, show how promising digital technologies can enable the exchange of information between users on a variety of topics. So what can modern digital participation processes look like in the context of research?mehr
Overcoming the last mile, i.e. delivery directly to the doorstep, is one of the major challenges in logistics systems.
In recent years, the trend toward e-commerce has made the last mile increasingly important, increasing not only the volume but also the requirements. In addition to logistical quality per se, it is crucial for customers today to be well informed about the current status of their deliveries.mehr