Application Systems in Industrial Production
|Frequency||Every winter semester|
|Type of Course||Lecture|
|Examination||Written case study, max. 60 pages plus appendix|
ContentProduction-oriented business informatics is primarily concerned with production planning and production control under the influence of work planning, whereby current scientific and practice-oriented discussion points of business informatics are included. It is also concerned with the classical problem areas of the industrial production. In this context, the course deals with the use of information systems in the production area of industrial companies. Priority is given to the business processes of order processing (PPS / ERP systems) and product development (CAx systems). Practical examples and demonstrations illustrate the use of such systems.
Registration ProcessPlease note that the number of possible participants in this course is limited to 25. To participate in the course, a pre-registration is required until the 29th of October 2023. Please note that you are not yet registered in the course when you submit the form. You will receive a separate e-mail on October 30th, 2023 in which you will be informed if you are admitted. Students from the study program Business Informatics are preferred when registering. Remaining places will then be raffled among the students of other courses.
NotesThe course is offered as part of the WINFOLine project and is available on the Internet. You can find the recording for the introduction event here: Here
Date Overview WS 2023/24
|What?||When and Where?|
|Introduction Event||24th October 2023 at 08.30 (Video conference with Upload as MediaCast)
Link to video conference: Link
|Deadline for Term Paper||
Submission of interim results: 19th December 2023
Final submission of case study: 23rd January 2024