First concepts and ideas were presented to the public by Ilja Nastjuk (University of Göttingen) and Henning Stahlmann (Zweckverband Verkehrsverbund Südniedersachsen) on the 19th January 2016. Other Attendees, mostly citizens of the pertaining areas of the project, confirmed the necessity of more detailed information about local mobility needs. A brief feedback session already revealed a lot of solvable problems of the current situation of public transportation.
Citizens are asked to participate in the following process in order to be able to examine the situation the best way possible. The project will focus first on three exemplary areas: Hann. Münden, Uslar and Osterode. Read more under the following links (German): HNA article and Göttinger Tageblatt.
Find more information on the IMES project under here.
The Chair of Information Management is offering a new course for master students in the coming summer semester: “Connected mobility – technologies, applications and business models”. This course will be held by Dr. Andreas Sasse (Volkswagen AG). In this course, the students will have the opportunity to learn from an experienced practitioner about the new trends that are changing the mobility sector, their effects on user behavior and business models, and much more.
Further information can be found under the following link: more...
Under the supervision of Prof. Lutz M. Kolbe, the Chair of Information Management contributes four full research papers to the thirty sixth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2015) held in Fort Worth, Texas from December 13-16, 2015. ICIS is the leading international conference in the field of Information Systems, thus being the most prestigious gathering of academics and practitioners in the IS discipline.