WI2013 Mini Poster Project

Aims and objectives

The WI2013 mini poster project offers an exciting and highly interactive way to present and demonstrate research work to the WI community and obtain feedback from peers in an informal setting. It gives all conference attendees a forum where they can learn about novel on-going research projects that might not yet be complete, but whose preliminary results are already interesting. It also provides poster presenters with an excellent opportunity to receive invaluable feedback from knowledgeable sources and participate in the conversations and discussions at WI2013.

Organizational details

All mini posters will be displayed at a dedicated large poster wall located in the centre of the conference area and will be available for interested WI colleagues as a basis for discussion and networking.
A dedicated session for mini poster presentations will take place on Thursday, 28.02.2013, 13:00-15:00. All authors of mini poster are asked to take part at the mini poster session to present and discuss their work with interested WI colleagues and answer questions. An award will be presented to the best mini poster.

Mini posters at WI2013 mini poster project

Bühler, Julian: The Impact of Social Media Appearances During Election Campaigns
Di Valentin, Christina: Konzeption eines Assistenzsystems für Geschäftsmodelle
Durst, Carolin: Unhealthy Ties in Online Social Networks?
Ebner, Verena:     Toward a Classification System of Data in Multinational Enterprises
El Khatib, Vujdan: Motivation as Success Factor in Distributed Software Development Teams
Gewald, Heiko: Applying Social Cognitive Theory to Explain Physician's Adoption of Electronic Medical Records
Görlitz, Roland: The Stroke Manager App - Individual and Mobile Support for Stroke Patients and their Caregivers
Kurbjuhn, Bastian: Architecture Framework for System-Integrated Business Simulation Games
Meier, Christian: Is it worth the Effort? - The Value of Resource Interactions in IS Project Portfolios
Milch, Jonas: Cloud Computing Benefit Framework
Mohaupt, Michael: Ein Entscheidungsunterstützungssystem zum Aufbau eines langfristig profitablen Kundenstamms im Cloud Computing
Reiter, Markus: Neuausrichtung ausgewählter Prozesse des IT-Service-Managements vor dem Hintergrund ökologischer Ziele
Ryschka, Stephanie: Drivers of Cultural Differences in Information System Adoption - A Case Study
Schlieter, Hannes: Modellgestütztes Energiemanagement
Schütz, Alexander: Komplexität in Enterprise Architectures - Konzeptualisierung und Entwicklung einer Kennzahl aus systemtheoretischer Perspektive
Siering, Michael: Investigating the Impact of Media Sentiment Dynamics on Economic Decisions
Zagel, Christian: Customer Experience durch Einsatz von Mixed Reality in Einkaufsumgebungen

Chair WI2013 mini poster project

Jun.-Prof. Dr. André Ludwig, University Leipzig, Germany

If you have any inquiries, please contact the mini poster chair at ludwig@wifa.uni-leipzig.de.