As part of the Digital Innovation Challenge, students work in a team to develop an innovative software solution for a real-world challenge from practical companies during the conference (in 24 hours). The Digital Innovation Challenge will be offered for the first time to students of computer science, business informatics and related courses of study as part of the 50th annual conference of the Gesellschaft für Informatik. Challenges are offered by the following partners of the conference: andrena objects, capgemini, CAS Software AG, Google, IBM and SAP.
The Digital Innovation Challenge creates interesting networking opportunities between companies and students. A cash prize of 2,000 € will be awarded to the best three teams.mehr
On behalf of SHARE NOW, Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Fromm and Dr. Patrick Jochem, together with their team, conducted a comprehensive study on the impact of car sharing on the mobility of city dwellers with over 10000 participants from 11 European cities.mehr
Welcome to KSRI!mehr
Since 2015, an Cloud Workshop has been integrated into the lecture “Digital Services”. In this workshop, students gain hands-on experience with IBM Cloud services and build small prototypes for a specific use case.mehr
The trade-off between personal data protection and AI performance is an exciting field of research.mehr
Das KIT ist mit 14 akzeptierten Beiträgen auf der kommenden virtuellen Konferenz ECIS 2020 vertreten.mehr