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The Role of Uncertainty for Product Announcement Strategies: The Case of Autonomous Vehicles.
Center for Uncertainty Studies Working Papers; 1.
DOI | https://doi.org/10.4119/unibi/2979144
Haurand M.D., Stummer C. (2023) Determining the right time to advertise adopter numbers for a two-sided digital platform: An agent-based simulation optimization approach. , forthcoming
Open Access-Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejdp.2023.100032
Nicola Bilstein and Kira Heimann are glad to attend the 12th SERVSIG 2022 conference taking place from June 16th - 18th in Glasgow (Scotland). Their joint research paper on "Smart transformative services as flaking measures during pandemics? - The importance of trust-building factors for digital contact tracing app acceptance" has been accepted for presentation.
Kira Heimann will present the paper on Saturday and looks forward to insightful feedback!
Folgender Gastvortrag am Mi., 15.12.2021, 15 Uhr, ist (auch) Teil der iTIME-Vortragsreihe:
Titel des Vortrags: How does my neighbour think? Mental models and opinion dynamics update rules
Most models in opinion dynamics are created from simple ad-hoc rules. Different models match distinct applications better and very little work exists on how they relate to each other. In this talk, I will show how we can define general models from a framework for how agents communicate and how we can obtain update rules from agent mental models and simple uses of the Bayes theorem. That allows us to easily include specific aspects of any applications we might be interested in as well. And we can also understand, up to some underdeterminacy, which mental models seem to correspond to each of the update rules we find in the literature.
André Martins is currently Associate Professor at the Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil. Having his roots in Physics, his current research areas are sociophysics, statistical mechanics, evolutionary models and simulation of social and biological systems. André will join Bielefeld University in 2022 and will be part of the project "InChangE – Individualisierung in sich ändernden Umwelten".
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Prof. Dr. Nicola Bilstein was invited to give a presentation in the research seminar of the Department of Marketing and Retail Management at Surrey Business School, University of Surrey taking place via zoom. In her presentation she talked about the ongoing research project "To tell or not to tell? The effect of informing consumers about the cooperation with a startup in developing smart products" (co-authored by Melina Schleef and Prof. Dr. Christian Stummer).
Nicola Bilstein thanks the audience of the research seminar for the fruitful discussion and insightful feedback.
Second International Conference on „Challenges in Managing Smart Products and Services” (CHIMSPAS) took place virtually
The second International Conference on “Challenges in Managing Smart Products and Services” (CHIMSPAS) took place virtually on August 26 and 27, 2021. The conference connected researchers from universities of seven European countries and included eleven full-length presentations, one invited practitioner’s talk and a short presentation session. The scientific program was complemented by a lively social program with many opportunities for networking.
We thank all participants of CHIMSPAS 2021 for their interesting and high-quality presentations as well as for their engagement in inspiring discussions.
Call for Papers
Opening conference of the Research Group
“Economic and Legal Challenges in the Advent of Smart Products”
OCTOBER 4-6, 2021
The Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF) at Bielefeld University is pleased to announce the opening conference of its new Research Group “Economic and Legal Challenges in the Advent of Smart Products”. The conference aims to provide a platform for both disciplinary and interdisciplinary exchange on topics related the development and legal regulation of smart products, as well as factors determining their acceptance and diffusion. Questions of particular interest include:
- How are innovation activities of firms affected by the legal environment?
- How do data privacy concerns affect the behaviour of consumers, firms, and policy makers?
- How do specific features of smart products (such as autonomous activity, data collection, opacity as a result to deep learning) affect consumers’ trust in these products and their willingness to adopt?
- Which empirical and theoretical approaches are suitable for analyzing the (expected) diffusion of smart products?
- How to deal with the major regulatory challenges arising in age of smart products?
We are mainly inviting papers with an economic and/or legal perspective on such questions (thereby using various methodological approaches), but we also welcome submissions from other disciplines such as philosophy, sociology, and data sciences. Apart from contributed sessions, the conference will also feature two keynotes, as well as a panel discussion with policy makers and industry leaders.
Keynotes: Eric Talley (Columbia University) and Mireille Hildebrandt (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Organizing committee: Herbert Dawid (Bielefeld University), Sabine Gless (University of Basel), Gerd Muehlheusser (University of Hamburg)
Fees, costs and registration: There is no participation fee, but participants need to register for the conference in advance. ZiF will cover the cost for travel and accommodation for presenters and discussants according to its regulations.
Conference format: As of now, we plan that the conference takes place in person at ZiF. Should travel restrictions still apply by then, we will be able to switch to a hybrid or even fully online format.
Submission: Please submit either a full paper or an extended abstract (written in English, preferably in PDF) by MAY 1, 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Nadine Sutmöller (ZiF), Methoden 1, 33615 Bielefeld, email@example.com
To learn more about the Research Group and to obtain up-to-date information concerning the conference, please visit: https://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/ZiF/FG/2021SmartProducts/index.html
- Im Bereich des Strategischen Produktmanagements für digitale Produkte: Erstellung von Sales-Unterlagen, Texte für Newsletter und Präsentationen und Rechercheaktivitäten
- Betreuung von unterschiedlichen Applikationen wie Sharepoints sowie des CMS
- Mithilfe bei der Planung und Organisation von Events
- Mithilfe bei der Planung und Erstellung von Social-Media-Aktivitäten
- Unterstützung bei Digitalisierungsprojekten
- Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre oder eines vergleichbaren Studiengangs mit dem Schwerpunkt Marketing oder Kommunikation
- Erste praktische Erfahrungen im Marketing/Vertrieb oder im Servicebereich von Vorteil
- IT-Affinität und idealerweise bereits Erfahrung im Umgang mit Sharepoint und einem Content Management System
- Sicher im Umgang mit MS Office, insbesondere mit Excel und PowerPoint
- Fließend Deutsch und Englisch
- Zeitraum: ab sofort für 6-12 Monate, 20 Stunden / Woche
Angebot von Weidmüller:
- Flexible Arbeitszeitmodelle zur Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Studium
- Systematische Einarbeitung und individuelle persönliche Betreuung
- Vielfältige Aufgaben zur Verbindung von Theorie & Praxis
- Home Office ist möglich
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