Schedule of the International Research Conference at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund

go.jpg

Core issues

  • The conference will take place on the 4th and 5th of June 2010 in Dortmund at Emil-Figge-Str. 40a in the new "Infra structure" building between the buildings of the faculties of architecture and computing - in that new building is a mensa and a lecture hall..
  • Foreign guests are accomodated in Hotel Esplanade

Preliminary schedule of the conference

schedule.pdf

Thursday, 3rd of June


  • 19:00 Come together Wenkers Markt Dortmund City - meeting Esplanade 18:45


Friday, 4th of June


Foreign guests accomodated in hotel Esplande will meet Sergio at 8:40 in the lobby of the hotel - they will take the train to campus and will look around for some minutes.

10:00
Rector Prof. Dr. Schwick
Opening
10:15
José Ramón Otegia, Ibon Mirandab, Javier Baztanc
Creative Project Management and Decision Making
10:45
Sabine Hotho, Katherine Champion
We are always after that balance - Managing Creativity in the Digital Media Industries
11:15
Dino Schönberg, Peter Reusch
Object Role Models Supporting Creativity
11:30
Break

11:45
Peter Reusch, Sylvie Reusch
TRIZ - What Engineers can learn from Linguists
11:55
Peter Reusch, Alina Mariana Zlatescu, Artur Mukhametshin, Sergio Vasquez Kaufmann
The Impact of Culture on Creativity
12:15
Alexandru Sereseanu, Arsen Asvarov
Embedding Knowledge Management Practices in Higher Education
12:30
Break

13:30
Daciana Muntean, Sigrid Michel
Stakeholder Analysis – A Methodological Approach
13:50
Sergio Vasquez Kaufmann
A Maturity Model for Social Responsibility
14:10
Rao Aamir Khan, Konrad Spang
Social Responsibility : Criteria for Assessing Success in International Projects
14:30
Muhammad Khushnood, Peter Reusch
Object Role Modeling Support Social Project Management
14:50
Break

15:00
Daniel Heß
Advanced Remote Control of Mobile Robots using Mobile Devices
15:20
Frank Künemund
Estimation of Position and Orientation using Wireless LAN Signal Strength and Artificial Neural Networks
15:40
Syuzanna Hakobyan
Advanced WLAN: Architecture of a Miniport driver
16:00
Sebastian Gansemer
Electricity pricing plans and their potential use for load shifting in electricity grids


Saturday, 5th of June


9:00
Oliver Hempel
Considering different communication requirements in complex projects
9:20
Tobias Bich, Felix Erdmann, Christopher Kirsch, Daniel Kirsch, Lukas Krawczyk, Marcel Müller, Dennis Röhrig
Project Integration in HW/SW Codesign Projects
9:40
Maren Kaling, Carsten Wolff
Six Principles for Project Integration in Large Projects
10:00
Break

10:10
Werner Wetekamp (RWE)
Competencies in Projects and Organizations – Example RWE Polska
10:35
Kjell Stroem, Sebastian Huber (Roland Berger)
Profitable Corporate Responsibility
11:00
Break

11:15
Inesa Voronchuk, Andris Sarnovič
Features of a competence-based approaches in public administration organizations of Latvia
11:40
Javier Caamaño Eraso
Competencies in Projects - Historical Development and Recent Issues
12:05
Jan Christoph Albrecht
Project Management Standards and Actual Project Management Conditions in the German Plant Engineering Industry
12:30
Break

13:30
Sylvie Reusch
The change to learning outcomes concepts, policy and educational practice in Europe
13:50
Michael Littman
Using Learning Outcomes and the Accreditation Process to Develop Successful International Business Programs
14:10
Peter Reusch, Dino Schönberg
How to use the European Qualification Framework in real study courses - and how EQF may help for accreditation
14:30
Break

14:45
Simon Jakubowski
Kompetenzen für das Management von Förderprogrammen in einer Hochschule
15:00
Dirk Kleemeier
Kompetenzen in einem kommunalen Rechenzentrum
15:15
Break

15:30
Edgar Bellow
European Identity: Does Europe exist?
15:55
Werner Müller-Pelzer
Intercultural competence for Europeans? Some observations on European identity
16:20
Henri de Jongste
What Matsumoto's model shows us - Insight into Human Nature, Culture, Context and Personality