University of Gdansk
Department of Business Informatics
With over 30,000 students, eleven faculties and about 1,700 academic staff members, the University of Gdansk is thelargest higher education institution in the Pomeranian, Poland. It offers the opportunity to study in almost seventy different fields with over
a two hundred specializations.
The Department of Business Informatics (BI) of the University of Gdansk is involved in research and teaching in the field of Business Informatics on the Bachelor, Master and Doctoral levels, according to Bologna process standards. The Department is the
main contributor to the E-learning Educational Platform of the University of Gdansk.
Moreover, it coordinates the Pomeranian Regional CISCO Academy, conducting numerous courses in educating computer network administrators with international
certificates. The master theses and doctoral dissertations promoted by the BI staff were distinguished in the domestic and international Business Informatics competitions. In 1995 the Department founded NTIE – Naukowe Towarzystwo Informatyki Ekonomicznej (Polish Society for Business Informatics Research), and in 2006 PLAIS – Polish Chapter of Association for Information Systems.
Big Data; Business Informatics; Business Processes Modeling; Computer Networks; Computer Programming; Databases; E-Business; E-Learning; Enterprise Modeling; ERP Systems; CRM Systems; SCM Systems; WFM Systems; BI Systems; ICT Global Development; Information Systems Development; IT Acceptance Research; UML and SysML