The digital transformation opens up great opportunities for our science: how we learn, inform and communicate, how we work, create and use knowledge. At the same time, it also brings new risks. These include the need to protect critical infrastructures such as water and electricity networks. Answers to social and economic opportunities arising from digitization can often be found in the interaction between highly specialized academic environments. In the context of these changes, the Chair of Information Systems, Processes and Systems builds bridges between science and practice in industry, commerce and public administration. Five interdisciplinary research groups contribute to actively shaping digital change. The basis for this is provided by the Industry 4.0 Research and Application Center, which is unique in the German-speaking world and combines automation technology, logistics, robotics, and business application systems in a software-integrated, real-time learning factory. Here, questions from practice are transferred into research and scientiﬁc ﬁndings are processed for society. With numerous research and joint projects, we actively contribute to making knowledge eﬀective and enabling progress.
The research at the Chair of Business Informatics, Processes and Systems is committed to the challenges of digital transformation in business and society. In doing so, both scientiﬁc fundamentals as well as market and technology relevant topics are developed. The research and application centers located at the chair enable innovative cooperation between university and business - whether studies, consulting, seminars, workshops or long-term joint research projects. The close connection to industry, trade and the software industry is always a driving force for the ﬁve interdisciplinary research groups:to research groups
Increase the adaptability of systems to changing requirements.
The future for corporate success through information systems and business processes
The transfer and absorption of knowledge in times of digitalisation.
Decisions, their consequences and how we deal with them.
Industry 4.0, Internet of Things and Manufacturing Analytics