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School of Business Informatics and Mathematics
Prof. Atkinson participates in DFG Collaborative Research Center
Most devices and systems used by humans today, such as cars and production plants, are so-called “cyber-physical systems” (CPS), in which electronic and mechanical components are combined with software. To cope with their increasing size and complexity, the German Research Foundation (DFG) is ...
New at the School: Prof. Dr. Paul Swoboda
The School of Business Informatics and Business Mathematics is pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Paul Swoboda as a new member – as junior professor for computer science. Below you will find information about Prof. Swoboda's research topics and his teaching program.
New at the School: Prof. Dr. Roland Leißa
The School of Business Informatics and Business Mathematics is pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Roland Leißa as a new member – as junior professor for programming languages and compiler design. Below you will find information about Prof. Leißa's research topics and his teaching program.
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Prof. David Prömel accepted into the Baden-Württemberg Foundation's elite program
We congratulate Prof. David Prömel on being accepted into the elite program of the Baden-Württemberg Foundation and on promoting his project “Robust Stochastic Filtering in Mathematical Finance”. The project has a duration of 3 years and is funded with 140,000 euros.
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New at the faculty: Prof. Dr. Martin Slowik
The Faculty of Business Informatics and Business Mathematics is pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Martin Slowik as a junior professor for stochastics. Below you will find information on Prof. Slowik's research topics and his range of courses.
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1.5 Mio Funding from VW Foundation for work on social impact of AI
The VW Foundation is funding a joint project „CAIUS: Consequences of AI for Urban Societies“ of the Chair of Artificial Intelligence (Prof. Stuckenschmidt) and the Chair for Statistics and Methodology (Prof. Kreuter) in cooperation with Prof. Eckert from HdM Stuttgart with 1.5 Mio Euro over the next ...
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Research on social impacts of artificial intelligence funded with 850,000 euros
As part of a new research program for the common good-oriented handling of artificial intelligence (AI) three projects of the University of Mannheim are funded by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation.
Prof. Goran Glavaš receives EU funding for interdisciplinary research project
We congratulate Prof. Goran Glavaš for getting funding for his research project “Willingness and Capacity for EU Policy Action in Turbulent Times: Conflicts, Positions and Outcomes” within the EU research program “NORFACE Democratic Governance in a Turbulent Age”. The project has a duration of 3 ...
New at the school: Prof. Dr. Roland Leißa
The School of Business Informatics and Business Mathematics is pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Roland Leißa as a new member -- as junior professor for programming languages and compiler design.
Professor Christian Bizer wins SWSA Ten-Year Award
The SWSA Ten-Year Award recognizes the highest impact papers from the ISWC proceedings ten years prior.
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