Information Systems and Enterprise Modelling
Our research is aimed at improving decision-making and action complexes in organizations more efficient through the use of information and communication technology. We concentrate our work primarily on the development and testing of methods for multi-perspective business modeling. We combine a high scientific standard with a strong application orientation. Our projects are supported by the German Research Foundation, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the European Union, among others, and we also maintain intensive cooperation with companies.
Our team is embedded in the Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB), in which numerous research groups cover a broad spectrum of both subjects. Our research benefits from the fact that, in such an environment, we can quickly fall back on specific specialist skills if required.
Prof. Frank and Alexander Bock gave a lecture and an accompanying tutorial at the 5th Edition of the Summer School Series on Next-Generation Enterprise Modelling (NEMO 2018) at the University of Vienna.
In the lecture, Prof....
Alexander Bock has presented a conference paper entitled "Towards More Expressive Problem Structuring: A Theoretical Conceptualization of 'Problem' in the Context of Enterprise Modeling" at the 20th IEEE International Conference...
This year we have once again succeeded in recruiting Prof. Ulrike Schultze from Southern Methodist University as a lecturer for our Visiting Scholar Academy. From July 2 to 7, Prof. Ulrike Schultze will offer a lecture on 'Digital...
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