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Chair of Information Management

Prof. Dr. Lutz M. Kolbe
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5
37073 Göttingen

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New master course on connected mobility will take place in the winter semester 2016/2017


The Chair of Information Management will be offering a new course for master students : "Connected mobility - technologies, applications, and business models". This course will be held by Dr. Andreas Sasse (Volkswagen AG). It was previously announced for the summer semester 2016. However, due to professional reasons, the course will be held in the winter semester 2016/2017. Thank you for your understanding. Further information about our new guest lecturer can be found here: more...

Information Systems Chairs introduce new PhD Programme on Mobile Information Systems

The PhD programme "Design of mobile Information Systems within the Digital Transformation" is sponsored by the Ministry for Science and Culture of Lower Saxony for the duration of four years. The programme is in joint cooperation with TU Braunschweig, the University of Hanover and the Hannover University of Applied Sciences. Research projects in the programme will address questions related to the development of IT-based solutions in the domain of financial services as well as sustainability and mobility. Overall, nine Lichtenberg-scholarships were granted. Jan Muntermann will serve as the programme's speaker and the programme will start in January 2017. more...

Ilja Nastjuk

Mr. Ilja Nastjuk, a Ph.D. student in his second year at the chair, received a full scholarship and access to the Cotutelle with Macquarie University NSW, Sydney, Australia. This enables him to later receive individual doctoral degrees (Ph.D. & Dr. rer. pol.) from both, Göttingen and Macquarie.

Until January 2018 he will work at the Faculty of Business and Economics in Sydney supervised by Dr Mauricio Marrone (link).

Mr. Nastjuk's topic is about the duality of stress in information systems.
The new collaboration further strengthens the relationship between the two universities in management and information systems.