Call for Papers out for Interdisciplinary Track on Philosophical Questions Regarding Technology

As a follow-up of the successful forum on Philosophy, Engineering and Technology (fPET) this year in Nuremberg, an interdisciplinary track will be organized at next year’s conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT) in Darmstadt. The SPT conferences play a key role in the development of philosophical thought ...

JOSEPHS@TAIWAN receives enthusiastic feedback

Last year, the JOSEPHS-method was introduced at Taiwan with a visit of Albrecht Fritzsche at the Taichung government and a large design workshop for industry and academia in collaboration with professors from various universities. Now another successful workshop was held at Fengchia university, establishing JOSEPHS as a key element of digital innovation strategies in the context of Industry 4.0.  Participants included industry practitioners as well as students from Taichung and Taipei. ...

Interdisziplinäres CMTS-Master Projektseminar

Dieses Semester veranstaltet das Center for Management, Technology and Society (CMTS) in Kooperation mit unserem Lehrstuhl das CMTS-Master-Projektseminar Fünf Jahre nach Fukushima – Energiewende Quo Vadis: Dezentrale Antworten für eine globale Herausforderung?

Fünf Jahre nach Fukushima möchten wir Bilanz ziehen: Welche Rolle spielen dezentrale Energielösungen zur Realisierung der Energiewende? Das Center for Management, Technology and ...

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Aktionswoche "Let's Talk Service" im JOSEPHS

Zusammen mit dem Fraunhofer SCS wird der Wi1 vom 7. bis 14. November eine Aktionswoche zum Schwerpunkt "Dienstleistungsinnovation" im JOSEPHS gestalten. Das Themenspektrum zwischen Wissenschaft und Praxis ist weit gefächert: Service Design, Industrie 4.0, Produktivität, Open Innovation für Dienstleistungen und Service Logik sind mit dabei. Let's Talk Service! gibt dabei die Möglichkeit zur Diskussion mit den international publizierenden ForscherInnen am Wi1 der FAU und am Fraunhofer SCS, und ...

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Service DocColl at Wi1

Every term, the service researchers at Wi1 meet for a small and focused doctoral seminar with internal and external PhD students. 
Today, the team presented the outlines and research designs for their dissertation projects.
The meeting stimulated some food for thought, even all the way to Singapore, through skype connection.
We are looking forward to seeing the presented ideas in some paper proposals and theses soon! ;-)

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Deutscher Studienpreis Projektmanagement 2016

Dominic Lindner hat mit seiner Arbeit „Agile in the Waterfall World – Koordination von agilen Softwaredienstleistern mit wasserfalltypischen Kunden in großen Softwareprojekten“ den Deutschen Studienpreis Projektmanagement in der Kategorie „Master“ gewonnen. Die Arbeit wurde am Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftsinformatik, insbesondere Innovation und Wertschöpfung verfasst und am 18.10.2016 durch die GPM Deutsche Gesellschaft für Projektmanagement e.V. ausgezeichnet.

Wir gratulieren ganz ...

Startup Europe Comes to FAU

SEC2U is an initiative endorsed by the European Commission, having its first edition in 2016, meant to showcase the commitment of European universities to create a strong culture of entrepreneurship and innovation that is spreading in the university community. This culture transfers then to the society by creating startups and spinoffs with high added value, based on knowledge and technological ...

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Invitation to apply at Play - the Sky Open Innovation Hub

Our Alumni Katja Krämer, who is now Head of Open Innovation - Start Up Management at Play - the Sky Open Innovation Hub invites all aspiring entrepreneurs to apply! What does this mean?
Sellected applications will receive from Play, your own office, €25.000, inspiring mentors and a team of specialists supporting you – everything you need for growing your idea. Apply now for the second batch until the end of this week at  ...

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JOSEPHS on Tour: Fostering new Mobility Concepts in Australia

WI1 had the honour to perform the first activities in the new innovation hub of the Australian National University in Canberra with two design workshops on bike sharing. Experience from JOSEPHS, the Fraunhofer Service Manufactory in Nuremberg, proved again very helpful to foster innovation and collaboration between the participants. The workshops were received very well by the participants and the organizers. For more information, ...

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