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Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Software innovation, like almost every other kind of innovation, requires the ability to collaborate and share ideas with other people, and to sit down and talk with customers and get their feedback and understand their needs.

— Bill Gates

Digital Innovations: Seminar

Discover the scientific view on digital innovations in our BA seminar!

Learn about the latest technologies and products, business models and strategies based on them from a scientific perspective. From artificial intelligence and machine learning to blockchain and virtual reality, this seminar offers you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge by discussing business and societal implications and presenting research findings. Don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills in digital innovation.

You can find an overview of all seminar topics under the following link​​​​​​​.

Register now!

After completing the course, students are able to

  • independently prepare and interpret the most important theories, concepts, methods and results related to the field of digital innovation and entrepreneurship,
  • analyze scientific literature in order to independently define relevant research problems,
  • apply conceptual, quantitative, or qualitative research methods to analyze these problems,
  • write and review seminar papers,
  • critically reflect, present, and discuss the topic, research design, and results in the context of the seminar,
  • provide appropriate feedback on complex challenges, and
  • develop teamwork skills through collaboration with fellow students.
  • Elective area of practical or technical computer science
  • Focus area
  • Individual supplement
  • Application subject for the supplementary area in the Master's program in Mathematics
  • Formal: Bachelor’s students must meet the requirements for anticipating Master’s modules. Preference will be given to Master’s students when space is allocated.

More details on the structure and course materials will be announced in due time in ILIAS.

Info for the schedule:

Seminar: Wednesdays 14:30 - 16 h, Room number: 25.22.U1.34

 

Sessions & Deadlines Date
Formal course registration through the student portal Until November 05, 2023
Kickoff Session October 11, 2023
Scientific Writing and Presentation October 18/25, 2023
Intermediate Presentation November 01/08, 2023
Creating a seminar paper November 15, 2023
Fact validation November 22/29, 2023
Peer Review December 06/13/20, 2023
Q&A Session January 10, 2024
Final Presentation February 01/02, 2024
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