Startup Europe Comes to FAU

SEC2U is an initiative endorsed by the European Commission, having its first edition in 2016, meant to showcase the commitment of European universities to create a strong culture of entrepreneurship and innovation that is spreading in the university community. This culture transfers then to the society by creating startups and spinoffs with high added value, based on knowledge and technological ...


Invitation to apply at Play - the Sky Open Innovation Hub

Our Alumni Katja Krämer, who is now Head of Open Innovation - Start Up Management at Play - the Sky Open Innovation Hub invites all aspiring entrepreneurs to apply! What does this mean?
Sellected applications will receive from Play, your own office, €25.000, inspiring mentors and a team of specialists supporting you – everything you need for growing your idea. Apply now for the second batch until the end of this week at  ...


JOSEPHS on Tour: Fostering new Mobility Concepts in Australia

WI1 had the honour to perform the first activities in the new innovation hub of the Australian National University in Canberra with two design workshops on bike sharing. Experience from JOSEPHS, the Fraunhofer Service Manufactory in Nuremberg, proved again very helpful to foster innovation and collaboration between the participants. The workshops were received very well by the participants and the organizers. For more information, ...

Einladung zum Workshop: “Service-Methoden für das High-Tech Service und Solution Business”

Das Forschungsprojekt SmartDiF - Smarte Dienstleistungs-Fabrik lädt herzlich zu einem öffentlichen Workshop nach Nürnberg. Die Veranstaltung unter dem Titel „Methoden für das High-Tech Service und Solution Business“ richtet sich an Praktiker, insbesondere Entscheider in kleinen und mittelständischen Unternehmen aus dem Fertigungsbereich. Behandelt werden Methoden der Dienstleistungsentwicklung mit ...


Wi1 beim 4. Industrie 4.0 & Industrial Internet Summit

Auf dem 4. Markt&Technik Industrie 4.0 & Industrial Internet Summit in München präsentierte Sascha Julian Oks den gemeinschaftlich mit Dr. Albrecht Fritzsche und Prof. Dr. Kathrin M. Möslein ausgearbeiteten Beitrag „Industrie 4.0 erfolgreich implementieren – Eine Morphologie für unternehmensindividuelle Lösungen“. Neben dem fachlichen Austausch in der Session bot die Veranstaltung Gelegenheit, sich über den aktuellen Umsetzungsstand der Digitalisierung im industriellen Umfeld zu ...


Student Clash on virtual reality

Some of our students asked us to share this exciting event - and we are happy to do so!
On Nov 4, 2016, you will have the opportunity to show your skills in an international case study on virtual reality.
This Tech Clash is a live event to create disruptive ideas in a live challenge with Turino, London and Milan.
Get more more information and register at and  ...


WI1 at the antipodes

Wi1 member Dr. Fritzsche lately provided empirical proof that you do not fall off the earth on the other side of the globe. In addition to this important replication study of the work performed by earlier adventurers, further important scientific research has been performed as well with our partners at the Australian National University in Canberra during the biannual workshop in Information Systems Foundations as well as the colloquium of the Research School of Management. Further ...

New publication: Wi1 contributes to Springer book “Industrial Internet of Things – Cybermanufacturing Systems“

We are happy to announce that Wi1 is featured in the newest book of the Springer series of “Wireless Technology”. In the chapter “An Application Map for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems” Sascha Julian Oks, Albrecht Fritzsche and Kathrin M. Möslein derive and elaborate an overview of application fields for industrial cyber-physical systems and thereon unify these in an application map. The whole book or just the outlined chapter can be found here: ...


Konsortialtreffen des BMBF-geförderten Projekts "Vernetzte IT-Sicherheit Kritischer Infrastrukturen"

Am 4. und 5. Oktober kamen die Konsortialpartner des Projekts "Vernetzte IT-Sicherheit Kritischer Infrastrukturen (VeSiKi)" an der Universität der Bundeswehr München zu ihrem regelmäßigen Projekttreffen zusammen. Für die FAU nahmen Max Jalowski und Matthias Raß vom Lehrstuhl WI1 teil. VeSiKi ist das wissenschaftliche Begleitforschungsprojekt des BMBF-Förderschwerpunkts "IT-Sicherheit ...



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