In the project seminar called EDUCASS (EDUcation Consortium for Academic Services and Solutions), two students from the University of Muenster’s Department of Information Systems are part of an international team involving 13 students from four different universities around the globe, participating in the global Future Talents project.
Students from four universities around the globe came together to solve the problem of a global IT talent shortage
CLAIRE and ERCIS will collaborate on events, research activities and network activities for young researchers. The parties are particularly interested in exploring networking opportunities and joint activities at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Information Systems (IS).
flaschenpost is no stranger to the University of Münster (WWU) and the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS). One or the other delivery has already reached Leonardo Campus. Likewise, many flaschenpost employees are WWU alumni, including co-founder and current CEO Dr. Stephen Weich. In addition, there is an intensive exchange of knowledge about business processes, systems, and data, which has already led to various joint projects.
Amongst others, Jan Marco Leimeister (St. Gallen University), Jan vom Brocke (University of Liechtenstein), Robert Winter (St. Gallen University), Jörg Becker (University of Münster) and Stefan Seidel (University of Liechtenstein) have scored highly in the BWL ranking of the Forschungsmonitoring for their publications in leading academic journals.
The ERCIS Launch Pad is a competition for startups and those willing to found a company and a fantastic opportunity to win attractive prizes by presenting your ideas, prototypes, or finished products. In short: It is about entrepreneurship and the implementation of innovative business ideas. And for sure, it will be exciting when these candidates pitch for the favor of the audience and the jury:
The VOIL project is a strategic partnership of nine project partners from seven countries with the goal to increase awareness and "digital" competences regarding technologies, tools and methods for the digital transformation of small and medium enterprises through a platform based learning and simulation environment.
On 2nd of October, our advisory member PROVINZIAL kicked off the first round of the new mentoring programm for IS students in Münster. With this programm, PROVINZIAL gives the students the great opportunity to get to know an insurance company as possible future employer and gain insights into their software development, project management, and the day-to-day business as IS graduate at PROVINZIAL etc. During the next six months, the students will meet regularly with their mentors and, in addition to the job insights, learn more about possible career entries and career planning.
On September 25th/26th, over 70 participants came together for this years MünsterHack, a Hackathon in and for Münster. This year, as every other event around, the Hackathon was done virtually. On Saturday evening, 11 teams presented their results "live" in front of the jury and in a live stream on Youtube. Armin and Katrin were involved in the MünsterHack and very much enjoyed the whole event. It successfully proved that virtual Hackathons are possible.
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