The LSWI has about 40 employees in research, teaching and applied practice. Five interdisciplinary research groups are each headed by an experienced post-doc. The spectrum of research topics is as diverse as the interests and Qualiﬁkationen of the researchers. The scientific excellence of the chair is characterized by above average degrees in computer science, business informatics, economics, psychology or engineering.
The explicit goal of the chair is the promotion of young researchers, in particular young scientists are supported in their scientific (further) Qualiﬁkation In this way, students can also participate in research projects and put the theory from the lecture hall into practice. They also have the opportunity to learn scientific work, make their own contributions and participate in conferences or congresses.
The LSWI is unique - in our international network with cooperation partners we carry out joint projects that contribute to making digital change innovative and sustainable. We believe that cooperation works best when all participants can act in a self-determined manner. Therefore, personal responsibility is a central value for us, which activates our development potential anew every day.