Unlocking success in digital transformations
The Chair of Business Informatics, Processes and Systems researches in the ﬁeld of digital transformation. The focus is on people and their place in the digital world, what is their position, how can this task be learned, which technical solutions lead to an improvement in productivity, what are the demands on systems and what are the possible ecological consequences?
Building bridges between science and practice
Our network of interdisciplinary and international cooperation partners helps to prepare our economy and society for changing living and working conditions, to strengthen competitiveness and innovative power and to actively shape digital change.
Challenging research on an international level
Numerous research and joint projects with highly competitive funding programs for science document our innovative strength. We support the transfer of knowledge to industry and transfer our research ﬁndings into practice. Concrete applications are manifested in our outstanding research centres, which are an international centre of attraction for research and application. We seek open exchange, advocate unrestricted open access to publications and promote networked science.
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We continue growing!
We are looking for a permanent position as an academic employee with 40 hours per week (100%) at the earliest possible date. We welcome new talents who want to make a difference and drive digital progress with us.
Application deadline: 19.04.2020
Contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Chair of Business Informatics, Processes and Systems
University of Potsdam
Digitalvilla am Hedy-Lamarr-Platz
A large number of publications published with external co-authors document the national and international networking of our research. Our international reputation is manifested in research cooperations and partnerships with Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the University of California, Davis, the University of Pretoria and Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
These funds come from a variety of sources, both public and private, but most of all from the highly regarded science funding. We are gratefully receiving current and past funding from: