Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

Sections

News

Honoured with the "Best Paper Award"

Sanja Tumbas, Stefan Seidel, Jan vom Brocke and Nicholas Berente (University of Georgia, USA) won the Best Paper Award for their paper on “The 'Digital Façade' of Rapidly Growing Entrepreneurial Organizations” at the The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) in Texas in December 2015.

Mouse as a guide to mood

An international team of researchers, among them Assistant Professor Markus Weinmann of the University of Liechtenstein, has succeeded in detecting the emotional state of computer users based on the way they use the mouse.

Study Trip to Vienna 2016

From March 20th to 24th 2016, the students of the master programme Information Systems travelled to Vienna, where lectures at the University of Economics Vienna (WU), company visits and cultural tours were on the agenda.

On the way to the final

Master students of the study programme Information Systems won with their project “Smart Waste Management“ the local competition of the Accenture Campus Innovation Challenge 2016.

Winter School at the University of Liechtenstein

The Hilti Chair of Business Process Management at the Institute of Information Systems organised a Winter School for Bachelor students from all over the world. The aim of the course was to provide a basic understanding of business process management and data science.

Successful publication for an Institute of the University of Liechtenstein

A study by the Hilti Chair of Information Systems on challenges arising from changes in the management approach was published in the February issue of the MIT Sloan Business Review. The Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is rated as one of the world’s leading business schools and their science journal as one of the most prestigious scientific magazines.

Cooperation with the University of Würzburg

The Institute of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein has signed a cooperation agreement on joint study opportunities within the master's programme Information Systems with the Chair of Business Management and Information Systems at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg.

Are big data and analytics actually able to increase productivity?

The study examines the relationship between the use of big data and analytics (BDA) and business performance. Professor Dr Jan vom Brocke, Professor Dr Oliver Müller and Maria Fay worked with a unique primary dataset to obtain reliable values using econometric models.