We carry out research relating to the Master's program in Business Information Systems within two departments of our university, namely the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences (IE&IS). The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science manages the Master's program in Business Information Systems.
Research profile in Mathematics and Computer Science
The design of innovative software and the skill of (mathematical) modeling form the basis of technological and industrial progress. Our computer scientists focus in particular on modeling and analyzing business processes. They enjoy an outstanding reputation, particularly in relation to process mining: a means of discovering process models and linking them to reality.
The research we carry out in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science concentrates on the four sections:
- Algorithms and Visualization
- Information Systems
- Model Driven Software Engineering
- Security and Embedded Networked Systems
The emphasis of our research lies in its application in embedded systems and in business information systems.
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Research profile in Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
The ferocity of competition that exists between companies increased significantly as a result of globalization. Continuous innovation in products, processes and services is vital in order to hold added value in the eyes of clients or consumers. The same can be said for flexibility, cost control and improvement of quality in business processes. Professionals in the field of industrial engineering or management sciences hope to maximize the returns of knowledge, technology and innovation in a responsible way.
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