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The research of the Chair of Interorganizational Information Systems focuses on the targeted use of information systems and digital innovations. This requires understanding of their influence on interactions of organizations and on individuals.

News from the chair

  • At the 28th European Conference on Information Systems, the Chair of Interorganizational Information Systems was engaged in two activities: Laura Schulze presented the Research-in-Progress Paper "Communicate Online, Purchase Offline (COPO): How Can the Implementation of Instant Messaging Strengthen Customer Relationships with Retail Stores?" and Manuel Trenz was responsible as Trackchair and Sessionchair for the sub-conference "Digital Customer Experiences and Interactions".

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    Activities at the 28th European Conference on Information Systems
    Research
  • The Chair of Interorganisational Information Systems will offer one new Bachelor and three new Masters courses in summer term 2020, which will expand the range of courses in business information systems and business studies. Due to the corona virus, the start of the lectures has been postponed until 20 April 2020. All lectures will be held in new, digital formats, which we are currently preparing.

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    Latest information on the course offerings in summer term 2020
    Teaching
  • As of January 15, 2020, Manuel Trenz joins Electronic Markets as Editorial Board member. Electronic Markets (EM) is one of the premier scientific journals that explicitly focus on networked businesses enabled by information technology.

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    Manuel Trenz appointed as Editoral Board Member of Electronic Markets
    Research
  • On 15 December 2019, Manuel Trenz moderated a research panel on "AI and robots in individuals' lives - How to align technological possibilities and ethical issues" at the 4th Workshop on the Digitization of the Individual in Munich, Germany.

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    Research Panel on "AI and robots in individuals’ lives - How to align technological possibilities and ethical issues"
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