Master Defense Talk


Hannah Stein, research assistant at the chair, gave a presentation of her master thesis to Professor Maaß and other members of the chair last Thursday.
The Topic is "Cost-driven Monetary Valuation of Data".

Press release on the launch of research project SPAICER


New lighthouse project to make the future more predictable for companies.

Consortial meeting Future Data Assets


On April 30, 2020, the third consortial meeting of Future Data Assets took place as a video conference.

Information and Service Systems (ISS)

Chair in Business Administration, especially Information and Service Systems at Saarland University deals with the development and management of data-driven services, for instance healthcare. Directed by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Maaß, the chair investigates how the application of experimental design methods combined with distributed, data analytic approaches lead to adaptive service designs and innovative solutions. This research is conducted in basic and applied research projects in cooperation with leading research and industry partners. Results are applied and validated in industry projects by the research group Smart Service Engineering (SSE) at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI).

You can find us now in buliding A5.4, 2nd floor on the right.

Öksüz, N., & Maass, W.

A Situation-Specific Smart Retail Service Based On Vital Signs, Proceedings of the 41th International Conference on Information Systems, 2020.
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Öksüz, N., & Maass, W.

Data-Driven System for Treatment of Obese Children in Rural Areas, MobileHCI ’20 Workshop: Learning from mHealth Success Stories: Effective Interventions for Marginalised Populations, 2020.
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Xu, S.; Bauer, J.; Axmann, B. & Maaß, W.

CD2 : Combined Distances of Contrast Distributions for the Assessment of Perceptual Quality of Image Processing, POSTER presentation at ISVC'20, 2019.
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