Advanced Topics in Information Systems

Here you can find information about the course "Advanced Topics in Information Systems".

Docent Dr. Anjuli Franz
Supervisor Christopher Diebel
Daniel Stäcker
Course Seminar
Target Audience Students of business informatics and business engineering
Regular Cycle The course takes place every summer and winter semester.
Documents The documents are freely available on Moodle.

Important Note

  • Kick-off: 17.04.2024, 13:30-16:30, Room S103/9
  • Workshop Mastering Scientific Writing and Methodology: 07.05.2024, 09:00 – 12:00, Room: S103/23
  • Paper Development Workshops: 23.05.2024, 09:30-13:00
  • Submission of Seminar Papers: 04.07.2024, 11:59 pm
  • Final Presentations: 11.07.2024, 09:30-12:30, Room S103/312

Course Content

The students carry out empirical studies on selected issues in business informatics. Example research areas include Human-AI Collaboration, Algorithmic Management and Information Privacy & Security.

Learning Outcomes

In the context of the seminar the students should

  • get to know the most important terms or the theoretical foundations of empirical research methods
  • apply the acquired theoretical knowledge in practice by independently preparing and conducting an empirical study, evaluating and interpreting the data obtained