2019 / 20
Business Computing, Department
Fachbereich IV - Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, Mathematik und Informatikwissenschaften
- Universitätsring 15
- 54296 Trier
- Phone: +49 651 201-2640
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Special features regarding teachingVery good physical facilities, modern seminar rooms, good student-teacher ratio; Content: preparation course and management of software projects (by an assistant professor with over 10 years of practical experience), additional course offered by an external assistant professor from a large logistics company, mandatory course in Artificial Intelligence, balanced range of teaching in Business Administration, Computer Science and Business Informatics; during the course of study, a study project is offered that is processed as a practical project in small groups with a real company as the client.
Common partner universities for exchangeERASMUS-exchange with the Marmara University in Istanbul, Turkey: Business informatics course in German
Special features regarding the equipmentExcellent computer equipment, several PC pools which are updated regularly. A separate agile Workflow Management system is being developed, which is also used in teaching and research. In addition, there is also professional process simulation software for Logistics; modern, virtualised server infrastructure, which is also used for teaching; campus-wide WiFi for students (eduroam access).
Special features regarding research activitiesThe Business Informatics department in Trier conducts research on "Intelligent Methods for the Management of the Future". On the one hand, the focus is on Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Simulation and, on the other hand, on Process and Knowledge Management with Methods of Artificial Intelligence. Innovative semantic workflow technologies are researched, that are implemented in an internal software system, CAKE. The research in Trier can look back on extensive project funding from DFG, BMBF, EU, DAAD as well as through various foundations and renowned companies.
Website with further information on research activitieshttps://www.uni-trier.de/index.php?id=60356
Other special featuresThe Business Informatics department in Trier sets great store on practice-oriented, professional training; in the study project, students work in small groups (3-5) with an external partner from industry or administration on a realistic issue; very good staff-student ratio; small seminar and project groups; Close cooperation with the teaching staff; intensive cooperation with practice; modern, well-equipped lecture theatres and seminar rooms; Extensive and modern IT equipment; diverse choice of languages; interesting opportunities for work placements.
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