The research group “Information Systems & Service Design” (ISSD) headed by Prof. Mädche focuses in research, education, and innovation on designing interactive intelligent systems. The research belongs to the Institute of Information Systems and Marketing (IISM) and is embedded into the Information Systems & Engineering group.
The research group is positioned at the intersection of Information Systems (german: Wirtschaftsinformatik) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Our mission is to create impactful scientific knowledge for designing interactive intelligent systems that enable humans to perform activities more efficiently, effectively, and meaningful. 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.
The group is organized in three research departments: Digital Experience & Participation, Intelligent Enterprise Systems, and Interactive Systems Engineering. Current topics of research are Human-AI Interaction, Cognitive Interaction Technologies, Eye-Tracking and Physiological Computing Systems, Interactive Business Intelligence & Analytics Systems, and AI-based Interactive Systems Engineering.
The KIT Center for Information – Systems – Technologies (KCIST) has established a new research topic titled “Information Systems and Digital Ecosystems“.
Further information about KCIST and the new topic is available here.More
On February 10th, 2021, 8 students participating in this semesters’ practical seminar "Digital Service Design" virtually presented the results of their semester work.
In the practical seminar, the students worked in teams of four to solve a real-world design challenge and apply digital service design practices and tools, as well as prototypically implement a running digital service.More
The capstone project as part of the Business Intelligence Systems (BIS) master’s lecture was conducted virtually with the Robert Bosch GmbH, business sector Automotive Aftermarket, from 25th – 28th of January 2021.
Hereby, Bosch provided real-world data sets and the students analyzed the data via a Python Data Science stack and visualized the results using Microsoft Power BI.More
We are happy to announce that the paper “Chatbot-based Emotion Management for Distributed Teams: A Participatory Design Study” by Ivo Benke, Michael T. Knierim, and Alexander Maedche has been accepted at the CSCW 2020 and was presented at the conference virtually. The CSCW is the premier venue for presenting research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations, and communities.More
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Benedikt Morschheuser, former member of the Research Group Information Systems & Service Design (ISSD), as assistant professor for business informatics at the School of Business, Economics, and Society at FAU University. We congratulate him warmly and wish him all the best for his new position.More
The paper Cody: An AI-based System to Semi-Automated Coding for Qualitative Research by Tim Rietz and Alexander Maedche has been accepted for publication at CHI 2021. The CHI conference is the premier and most prestigious international conference on Human-Computer Interaction.More
In the research field „Intelligent Enterprise Systems“ we are offering a research assistant position in the field of physiological computing systems.
Further information is available here.More
The research groups of Prof. Mädche, Prof. Satzger, and Prof. Weinhardt from IISM and KSRI will be present at at the 16th International Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI-2021) (https://wi2021.de/) with 9 publications.More
We would like to wish Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to our students and partners. We thank you for your cooperation in 2020. Our office will be closed from December 23rd and we'll be picking up – at least virtually via email or phone – on January 4th 2021.More
AI-based technologies have shown great potential in achieving process automation and optimization for energy suppliers, but pose enormous challenges for organizations and their employees.
MeKIDI aims at developing and evaluating humane solution approaches for the implementation of AI-Technologies in the energy sector, taking both sustainable corporate goals and the interest of employees into account.More
The focal role of flow in promoting desirable outcomes in companies, such as increased employees’ well-being and performance, led scholars to study flow in the context of work. However, current measurement approaches which assess flow via self-report scales after task execution are limited due to obtrusiveness and a lack of real-time support. Hence, new measurement approaches must be created to overcome these limitations.More