Dr. rer. nat. Matthias Gottlieb

Research interest

Digital Transformation, Efficiency and Effectivity, Feedback Systems, Digital Services

Especially: Digitizing of Business Processes, Human-Computer-Interaction (HCI), Informationsmanagement, Cooperative Systems.

Background

I studied Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik) and Computer Science at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). After my studies I received my doctorate at the Chair of Business Informatics at the TUM. During my doctorate I was allowed to accompany numerous students in their bachelor and master theses.

Together with the students, I developed a driving simulator for research. As expected, this was a very mechanical engineering topic. Far from it. On the contrary, it is a very interdisciplinary project, as is research in the fields of information management and automotive services. This is particularly fascinating, as different perspectives have to be coordinated - from design to program.

The supervised work and the departments Automotive Service Engineering, Business Administration, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science: Games Engineering, Psychology and Business Informatics show a wealth of facets. They range from business models to simulator performance to the design of feedback systems.

Feedback systems are not only displays in the classical sense like screens, but also smartwatches and head-up displays. There are no limits to the thoughts here. To be honest, the technical possibilities of our time limit the implementation of our thoughts.

Publications, CV, and further References

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