The research group “Information Systems I” (ISSD) headed by Prof. Mädche focuses in research, education, and innovation on designing interactive intelligent systems. The research group is positioned at the intersection of Information Systems (IS) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Our mission is to create impactful scientific knowledge for designing interactive intelligent systems to increase human productivity and well-being. We believe that delivering cutting-edge knowledge and inspiring education, as well as an ongoing dialog with the public need to go hand in hand to maximize the impact of our work in organizations and society.
Moritz Langner, member of the research group Information Systems I, has received the Ernst-Blicke-Study Price for his master thesis titled „Supportig Joint Attention in Remote Team Collaboration Using Eye Tracking Technology – A Field Study“. The thesis was supervised by Dr. Peyman Toreini. Further information about the SEW Eurodrive Foundation is available here: http://sew-eurodrive-stiftung.de/studienpreis.htmlMore
The research group Information Systems I (Prof. Mädche) is present at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), with two late-breaking work and two workshop papers. CHI 2022 takes place in New Orleans in the time frame of April 30 – May 5 2022.More
Computers have evolved from batch processors towards highly interactive systems. This offers new possibilities but also challenges for the successful design of the interaction between human and computer. Interactive system are socio-technical systems in which users perform tasks by interacting with technology in a specific context in order to achieve specified goals and outcomes. The aim of this course is to introduce advanced concepts and theories, interaction technologies as well as current practice of contemporary interactive systems.
We officially kicked-off our new "Explainable Business Intelligence & Analytics" project in cooperation with the Corporate Sector of Information Systems and Services (CI) of the Robert Bosch GmbH.
In this 3-year research project we design innovative artifacts that should enable business users to prepare, analyze and consume data without expert support by providing advanced guidance.
As part of the Digital Citizen Science initiative, the participatory campaign "Home Office? Challenge accepted!" runs from April to July. Citizens are invited to submit their individual challenges in everyday home office life for which they would like receive support from science. As part of the initiative, potential solutions are developed for selected challenges and shared as well as discussed with citzens in July.
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The research group “Information Systems I” (Prof. Mädche) offers exciting teaching offers in the upcoming semester. For further questions regarding any of the teaching offers please reach out to our Education Team at email@example.com.More
In this seminar you will take on a selected real-world Home Office challenge articulated by citizens and propose an innovative solution. You will learn and apply design techniques to address the challenge and leverage prototyping tools for proposing an innovative solution for it. Finally, to close the loop we will invite citizens for the final presentation of the potential solutions and collect their feedback at the end of the seminar. Further information is available here. You can apply until 24.03.22 via the Wiwi-Portal.More
Together with partners from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, and the University of Lancaster, UK, the team of the “Emotion-adaptive Systems for Hybrid Work and Learning” research topic, Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche and Dr. Ivo Benke were able to successfully place a workshop at the renowned conference of the International Society of Research on Emotions (ISRE) in Los Angeles in July 2022.More
In a joint project betweeen KIT (Prof. Mädche) and the Chief Financial Office Unit of EnBW an explainable AI system was developed and successfully deployed. The AI project DeborAH ("Debitor Assignment Help") leverages deep learning techniques to support automation of accounts receivable management process steps. Within DeborAH we designed and embedded explainable AI methods to support clerks in their daily work.More
Im Sommersemester 2022 bieten wir erneut das im Rahmen des Exzellenzuniversitätsvorhabens „Research Infrastructure in Research-Oriented Teaching (RIRO)“ geförderte KD²Lab Forschungspraktikum „New Ways and Tools in Experimental Economics“ für Studierende im Master an. Eine Bewerbung ist vom 1. bis 31. März 2022 über das Wiwi-Portal möglich.More
The research project „WorkLifeSens“ was carried out in cooperation between KIT (Research Group Prof. Mädche), workwise GmbH, and movisens GmbH and funded by the AI innovation competition of Baden-Württemberg. Within the project several building blocks of an AI-based assistance system for the worklife were conceptualized, implemented and evaluated.More
An amazing time at WI 2022 - 17. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik comes to an end. The research group of Prof. Mädche presented the latest results of joint research project with the University of Liechtenstein titled „DSR Buddy: A Conversational Agent Supporting Design Science Research Activities“.More