Research Group for Business Informatics and Software Engineering
The teaching objective of our Research Group for Business Informatics and Software Engineering is to educate our students with well-founded knowledge and concepts of software engineering. These include especially architectures, patterns and internet technologies. Our students learn to evaluate and adopt new technological developments. The perspective of a programmer or an expert for a single technology is not sufficient for this purpose. Therefore, we teach a perspective that is oriented on innovation and management. As usual in the field of Business Informatics, the focus of the education is based on the process level.
Tuesday, 10. October 2017
Im Rahmen des Studienprojekts ist es das Ziel und die Aufgabe, auf Basis einer bereits vorhandenen, groben Anforderungsbeschreibung eine ganzheitliche und umsetzbare Konzeption für eine Softwarelösung zu erarbeiten, welche eine...
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Wednesday, 06. September 2017
Our research group will not publish any topics for study projects in the upcoming winter term (official title of the modules: Bachelor Project Business Information Systems and Master Project Business Information Systems). But,...
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Friday, 11. August 2017
Tobias Brogt, Barbara Schiller, J. Peter M. Schuler and Prof. Dr. Stefan Eicker had the pleasure to successfully present their paper „The Role of Quality in Sociotechnical Systems“ at the 23rd Americas Conference on Information...
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Thursday, 01. June 2017
We are looking for two new staff members for the campus in Essen for the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, more specifically for the subject of Business Informatics and Software Engineering: Scientific staff at...
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