Student Honors

Best Bachelor Thesis Award

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  • Martin Beno. Open Data Hopes and Fears, Determining the barriers of Open Data

  • Matej Puchovsky. Using Process Mining Techniques To Analyse Processes in IT Organisations – A Case Study

Stephan Koren Preis 2016

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Fabian PITTKE. Linguistic Refactoring of Business Process Models

Best Seminar Paper Award Summer 2016

  • Harald Bernhard. What steps have to be done to implement a fully functional plagiarism checker in Java?

  • Martin Cohen. Deploying fuzzy logic towards threshold identication for object-oriented software metric

Best Presentation Award

We congratulate Michael Hanser, Claudio Di Ciccio and Jan Mendling

for winning the Best Presentation Award for the paper A Novel Framework for Visualizing Declarative Process Models

at the ZEUS workshop 2016, where Michael presented results of his Bachelor thesis.

Best Seminar Paper Award Summer 2015

  • Ursula Anna Firnhammer. Which concepts of unlearning in organizations occured in the last five years

Best Seminar Paper Award Winter 2014/15

Winners of Best Seminar Paper Award Winter 2014/2015
  • Letitia Kernschmidt. Diminishing distraction processing – Propositions for enhancing business process model comprehension

  • Florian Winkler. ACID, BASE and CAP in NoSQL Databases

  • Lukas Schönbauer. Organizational Experience. Dimensions and Impact on Organizational Learning