BiGSEM students (Profile Management) are required to attend the BiGSEM Colloquium (Management) during the semester. Every doctoral student presents his/her own work or discusses relevant papers at least once a year. Interested people are invited to join. The sessions start at 2pm in room U3-140.
We will provide you with the titles and further information prior to the presentations.
19th of October 2022
Speaker: Henning Witteborg
Title: Co-Design-Study of a Mobile Application for Cochlear Implantation Rehabilitation
Patients who undergo a cochlear Implantation face the need of an intensive aftercare to support their speech and hearing therapy. In order to support this process of training and improving the use of the implant, our group of researchers and practitioners are about to test an algorithm-based application that is supposed to offer patient-specific exercise program on a mobile device. For a first test with a small group of patients, we would like to add co-design-aspects to the development process. To make this process successful, we would like to discuss questions like the following:
• How close can patients can be included in the development process?
• Are joint workshops with all test patients better than individual sessions?
• How many iterations of feedbacks and adaptions are reasonable?
• What are the requirements that patients can really feel like stakeholders in the process?
30th of November 2022
11th of Januray 2023
15th of February 2023
20th of April 2022
Speaker: Felix Hagemann
Title: "Stochastic Shift Scheduling"
18th of May 2022
Speaker: Mohsen Nafar
Title: "Novel heuristics for compiling approximate decision diagrams for combinatorial optimizing"
Spearker: Felix Hagemann
Title: "Stochastic shift scheduling"
15th of June 2022
13th of July 2022
12th of January 2022
Realtime algorithm configuration with multi-armed bandits
Loading Kitchens into Trailers: A Local Search Matheuristic
16th of February 2022
Anne Mareike Flaswinkel und Jan Klostermann
The Price of Popularity: Why Consumers Share More Negative Electronic Word of Mouth for Big Brands