International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2017 – A decade of NeuroIS

Logo ICIS 2017, Seoul

ICIS in Seoul

With René Riedl and Thomas Fischer, two researchers from the Digital Business team attended the conference this year. After a long trip from Europe to South Korea, they arrived in Seoul and were welcomed by sunny weather at freezing temperatures. They then made their way to the business district of this gigantic city (about 25 million people in the metropolitan area) to arrive at their hotel and the COEX center were the actual conference took place for the next few days. On the first evening of their stay (Sunday, December 10) all participating researchers were welcomed during a reception in the grand ballroom of the COEX.… Weiterlesen

2nd Digital Business Research Day at Limerick (Ireland)

After the success of the 1st Digital Business Research Day in Steyr in May this year, it was time for a repetition of this successful event, this time in Ireland. Researchers from the Business Informatics Group (BIG) at the Dublin City University (DCU) organized the event at Lero – the Irish Software Research Centre – at the University of Limerick.

Social Event and Irish Tradition

As an opportunity to network and as a possibility to relax after a long trip by car, plane, and train, researchers from the department for Digital Business at FH Oberösterreich in Steyr and the department of Digital Business at Johannes Kepler University in Linz first met up with their Irish colleagues from DCU at a traditional pub in Limerick.… Weiterlesen

Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2017

Digital Business researchers at the Conference

During the next two days, a total of 24 research papers were presented, covering such topics as recommendation engines, browsing preferences, process management, e-commerce, idea selection, or interaction with conversational agents. Particularly decision-making and related cognitive load were recurring topics in the presentations this year with the suggestion being made several times that neuro-adaptive systems (i.e., systems that dynamically adapt based on neurophysiological signals) will be the future in this area. Importantly, the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria was not only a co-organizer of the event this year, with Prof.… Weiterlesen

Extreme der Human Computer Interaction – Lifelogging und Technostress

Im November dieses Jahres fand bereits zum zweiten Mal das Forum IoT im Museumsquartier in Wien statt. Diese Veranstaltung widmet sich Themen rund um das Internet of Things und zieht ein großes Publikum an Forschern, Praktikern, und Interessierten an. Neben einer Ausstellung aktueller Technologien, bietet das Forum auch Platz für Vorträge zu den aktuellen Trends in diesem Bereich.

Forum IoT 2016 – ready for digital transformation

In der Vortragsreihe “Beispiele aus Industrie/Praxis” durften bekannte Gesichter aus dem Umkreis des DBM-Studiengangs ihre aktuellen Themen einbringen.

Den Auftrakt machte Thomas Arnitz mit einer Geschichte über sein digitales Unternehmen “Ligaportal“, einer Online-Plattform mit Live-Berichte und Ergebnisse zu österreichweiten Fußball-Matches.… Weiterlesen