The Göttinger Tageblatt reports on the "Göttinger Busradar," which has been developed at the Chair for Information Management. This app allows for Göttinger citizens to easily find ad hoc bus connections by displaying the current position of the buses on an interactive map.
As part of his master thesis, Christopher Henkel has developed this app in order to study technology diffusion processes. Please feel free to download the app "Göttinger Busradar" in your app store (Google Play or Apple App Store) and take part in our research.
The project IMES deals with developing innovative mobility concepts for rural areas. Specifically, a validated tool kit of methods will be established, facilitating the efficient collection of specific mobility requirements by region as well as enabling detailed concepts for the sustainable and innovative transformation of these regions to be derived.
Under the supervision of Prof. Kolbe, the collaborative project will be run in cooperation with three model regions by the Sustainable Mobility Research Group (SMRG) of the Chair of Information Management and the Zweckverband Verkehrsverbund Süd-Niedersachsen (ZVSN).
The Chair of Information Management contributes to a special issue of the Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems (PAJAIS). Under the supervision of Prof. Kolbe, Simon Trang and Sebastian Zander examine the contingent role of centrality in IT network governance. PAJAIS is an AIS journal that focuses on enhancing the knowledge in information technology management with an emphasis on the research and development in the Asia Pacific Region.