Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jorge Marx Gómez
Since October 2005, Jorge Marx Gòmez has been a professor for business informatics at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg. He was a guest lecturer at the Academy of Economics of the Russian Federation Government in Moscow (Russia) and hat further lectures at the TU Clausthal, the Technical University Havana (Cuba) and the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. Sincy July 2005, he has been Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Director of the Business Information System at the Wadi German Syrian University (WGSU) (Syria).
In November 2006, Jorge Marx Gómez was awarded the honorary professor of economics at the faculty of economics of the Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas (Cuba).
The research focus of Prof. Marx Gomez is on operational environmental information systems and in particular: opportunities of BUIS experience networks, development of branch-related reference models for production-integrated environmental protection, environmental data warehousing, product management of BUIS, IT-supported environmental management systems for SMEs, internet-based environmental information and approval procedures, Internet platform of integrated management systems, development of service-oriented environmental systems Environmental information systems and information systems to promote sustainable mobility.
Prof. Dr. Axel Hahn / Prof. Dr. Jürgen Sauer
The Department “System Analysis and Optimization” focuses in research and teaching on the development and optimization of energy-efficient transport and production systems. Current modeling methods and simulations are used to check system comprehension and to evaluate new concepts. With the help of planning and optimization procedures, systems are evaluated and optimized. Various research activities in the field of electromobility are also carried out. Among other things, the multi-agency evaluation system for alternative drive systems (MAMBA) was developed.
Further information: Department of System analysis and optimization
Prof. Dr. Jantje Halberstadt
Jantje Halberstadt has been a junior professor for social entrepreneurship at Leuphana University Lüneburg since April 2014. The junior professorship Social Entrepreneurship is part of the Center for Sustainability Management (CSM) of the Faculty of Sustainability and is also a bridge to the Faculty of Economics. Ms. Halberstadt works on the interface between the two disciplines and is therefore part of the EXIST team, works closely with the Entrepreneurship Hub and is a member of the Leuphana Research Center for Entrepreneurship. The junior professorship promotes the commitment of students in the area of social entrepreneurship and is responsible for the Social Change Hub (SCHub), whose student management team is actively supported. Her research focuses on management and entrepreneurship with a special focus on the areas of social entrepreneurship, ecopreneurship and female entrepreneurship. These are also the core of the international cooperation project ICET – International Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Technology with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Ms. Halberstadt is interdisciplinary interconnected in the scientific community and works as a consultant for different magazines and conferences. In addition, she supports start-ups in particular as a founding member of the pre-incubator Venture Lab e.V. as well as a founding member, Impact Hub Hamburg and as a member of the Social Entrepreneurship Center Nordwest e.V. association.
Weitere Informationen unter: Centre for Sustainability Management
Prof. Dr. Anna Henkel
Anna Henkel is professor for culture and media sociology at the Leuphana University Lüneburg since 2016.Previously, she was a junior professor for social theory at the University of Oldenburg from 2013 to 2016. Prior to that, she was Postdoctoral Fellow at the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology at the University of Bielefeld.Anna Henkel studied economics and social sciences at the University of Witten / Herdecke and the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris. After research stays in Copenhagen she was promoted in 2011. The core of your research approach is the use of social theory in the elucidation of social problems. Sociological theories, such as system theory, theory of praxis, actor theory, or critical theory, are conceived as observational perspectives, from which social phenomena appear differently and are accordingly observed with divergent questions and methods.Empirically, the focus of the work area is in the fields of knowledge and technology research, sustainability research as well as economic and organizational research. Key questions are the attribution of responsibility in modern society, the sociology of the real estate and the sociology of the pharmaceutical. Current research projects under the leadership of Anna Henkel include the interdisciplinary research area “Dimensions of Concern” at the Evangelical Study Center Villigst as well as the project “Reflexive Responsibilisation. Responsible for Sustainable Development” at MWK Niedersachsen / VolkswagenStiftung..
Further information: Institute of Sociology and Cultural Organization
Prof. Dr. Frank Köster
Prof. Frank Köster has been Head of the Department of Automotive at DLR since 2009 and has also been a professor at the University of Oldenburg since 2014. There he is head of the Department of Intelligent Transport Systems at the Department of Computer Science. He is a member of OFFIS in Oldenburg and has also been active for many years in different organizations and committees on the subject of mobility at national and international level (e.g., ERTICO, ERTRAC). Frank Köster is co-applicant of the 2014 approved DFG focal program Cooperative Interacting Automobile. Within the DLR, Frank Köster is a member of the Steering Group’s next-generation Car project, which bundles all DLR activities on the road vehicle sector and is responsible for the project vehicle intelligence and intelligent undercarriages (FIF). FIF is particularly concerned with various topics from the area of cooperative highly automated / fully automatic road vehicles and converts them into prototypes. These vehicles are an integral part of future intelligent transport systems (ITS). The integrated use or the coordinated interplay of a large number of assistance and automation systems is considered the central characteristic of ITS. This influences the instruments to be explored or designed in the framework of the Chair of Intelligent Transport Systems, which, in addition to the widespread approach of human centred engineering, provide support in holistic approaches to the development of ITS.
Further information: Department of Intelligent Transport Systems
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Taeger
Since 1997, Prof. Taeger has been a university professor for civil law, and commercial law as well as legal informatics in Oldenburg. He was twice dean of the Faculty, is a member of the Senate of the University and since 2002 has been director of the Institute of Law. The main focus of his work is research on the legal aspects of information technology. He is co-founder and chairman of the German Foundation for Law and Information Technology (DSRI), which annually organizes a conference on IT law and launches a science prize on IT law. He is the founder and responsible for the legal master’s program, Informationsrecht LL.M.’. To the information law, he introduced some of the DFG, the BMFT, the MWK et al. funded research projects.
Taeger is a member of the advisory board of several legal journals on IT law and reports annually on the development of IT law in the New Legal Weekly Journal (NJW). He belonged to the board of the German society for law and computer science (DGRI) and is among other things member of the Oldenburger Institut für Informatik (OFFIS), the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) and the Civil Law Teaching Association.
Further information: Department of Civil-, Commercial and Economic Law as well as Informatic Law
Prof. Dr. Andreas Winter
Andreas Winter has been a professor for software engineering at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg since September 2009. From April 2006 to September 2008, he represented the Chair of “Practical Computer Science” at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and in 2002 was Visting Assistant Professor at the School of Computer Science, Software Architecture Group, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Andreas Winter studied and earned his PhD at the Institute of Software Engineering at the University of Koblenz.
Current activities in research and teaching relate to the development and application of methods and techniques of software engineering. Wesentliche Essential principles are provided by the graph technique with graph-based (meta-) modeling, graph queries and graph transformations. These techniques are used inter alia in the context of sustainable software development and evolution. The methods and tools developed here are aimed at providing flexible, interoperable and customizable tool chains through the use of service and component orientation. These activities also include the measurement, prognosis and optimization of quality features in software development and evolution. Work on quality improvement is currently focused on optimizing the maintainability and energy efficiency of software systems.
Andreas Winter was involved in the conception and development of the GUPRO framework for program comprehension, in the design of the graph exchange format GXL, the conception and development of the SOAMIG approach to software migration and the conception of the Q-MIG quality management for quality assurance and forecasting in migration projects.
Andreas Winter is a founding member of the GI specialist group “Software Reengineering”, and was until May 2010 the spokesman. He was also a member of the Steering Committee, spokesman for the Steering Committee, Program Chair and General Chair of the European “IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering”. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the successor conference “IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering” and in 2011 he was an extraordinary member of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Committee (TAC).
Further information: Professorship of Software Engineering
Prof. Dr. David M. Woisetschläger
PProf. Dr. David M. Woisetschläger holds the Porfessorship for Service Management as well as Head of the Institute for Automotive and Industrial Production. At the same time, he is a member of the ITS Niedersachsen Executive Board. He has numerous (inter) national research contacts in the areas of service management and marketing. His research interests are in the fields of service management, customer relationship management and brand management.Publications in these research fields have been published in leading trade journals (including Journal of Business Research, Journal of Retailing, Journal of business administration, management research, etc.). Mr. Woisetschläger is a member of the editorial boards of the magazines Industrial Marketing Management and the Journal of Business Research and is regularly a reviewer for numerous other national and international journals.
Further information: Professorship for Service Management