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Welcome to WI1!

Welcome to the Chair of Information Systems I - Innovation and Value Creation. Get to know our team, teaching and research.

Willkommen am Lehrstuhl Wirtschaftsinformatik I (WI1) - Innovation und Wertschöpfung. Hier erfahren Sie mehr über unser Team, unsere Lehre und unsere Forschung.

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Our Research Projects

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Your View on Skills for ICT Entrepreneurs

The European STARTIFY7 project, which will establish Summer Academies for Young Entrepreneurs across Europe. Young People, future entrepreneurs like you, know best which skills are necessary for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) entrepreneurship. We kindly ask you to spend about 5-7 minutes to fill our (completely anonymous) survey. Read more »

Nächste Woche: Workshop "Service Design Kompetenz in Unternehmen entwickeln" - Fraunhofer SCS

Das Fraunhofer SCS lädt am 19. Februar ein zur nächsten Veranstaltung der Workshopreihe "Dienstleistungsinnovation im Mittelstand". Read more »

Perspective Workshop on Innovation and Complexity

The Fraunhofer IIS Development Center for X-ray Technology was host to an interdisciplinary perspective workshop on "Innovation and Complexity" last week. It featured representatives from the organizations Porsche, Daimler, DATEV, the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Stuttgart as well as employees from our very own Wi1, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg. Read more »

Distinguished Guests from Taiwan at JOSEPHS

President Dr. Bing-Jean Lee, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees Cheng-Shu Gao and Professor Mitchell Tseng of Feng Chia University, Taiwan, visited FAU, Fraunhofer IIS and JOSEPHS to investigate common interests in research and teaching. The collaboration of WI1 with Prof. Tseng (formerly of HKUST) on mass customization, open innovation and open manufacturing goes back fifteen years.

Projekt TANDEM in der Presse: "Jung + alt = innovativ" auf Zeit Online erschienen

Im BMBF und ESF geförderten Verbundprojekt TANDEM untersuchte das CLIC (Center for Leading Innovation and Cooperation; http://www.clicresearch.org/ ) gemeinsam mit der Datev eG in Nürnberg die Herausforderungen und Chancen alters- und erfahrungsgemischter Teams.  Read more »

Begleitforschungsvorhaben "VeSiKi" gestartet

Pünktlich zum Jahresbeginn ist unser neues BMBF-gefördertes Projekt VeSiKi - Vernetzte IT-Sicherheit für kritische Infrastrukturen gestartet. Read more »

WIN PhD Student Exchange with Bosch on Cypber-Physical Systems

WIN PhD students Sascha Oks and Philip Goelzer visited the Bosch Gasoline Systems plant in Nuemberg together with Dr. Albrecht Fritzsche to exchange thoughts on cyber-physical systems and the internet of everything. The vistit is part of an ongoing series of collaborations between academic research and industrial application that ensures both rigor and relevance in the academic work at WIN.

WI1 welcomes new team member: Benedikt Höckmayr

We are very happy to announce that we can welcome a new team member at our Chair: On December 15th 2014 Benedikt Höckmayr started at our faculty and supports our service innovation team. Read more »

Abschlussarbeit oder Studienarbeit am Wi1? Wir laden Interessierte Studierende herzlich zur Infoveranstaltung am 28.1.15 ein!

Liebe Studierende, Ihr interessiert euch für eine Bachelorarbeit, Studienarbeit, oder Masterarbeit am Wi1? Wisst aber nicht so richtig, wie der Prozess am Wi1 läuft, welche Themen es gibt und wer denn überhaupt die Betreuer sind?  Read more »

Cambridge Innovation Researchers Visit JOSEPHS

We were happy to welcome Dr. Veronica Martinez and Katharina Greve from Cambrige at JOSEPHS - the Service Manufactury for two days. Both did not only engage in academic discussions about service innovation and value co-creation. They also joined Prof. Kathrin Möslein and PD Dr. Angela Roth in co-creation with MyBoshi and other companies in JOSEPHS.

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