Research Seminar Strategic Technology Management

Technology Foresight and Application of Telemedical Sensor Systems

Summary

In this applied research seminar a full trend analysis in direct collaboration with industrial partners will be conducted. This year we will work on the topic of sensor systems and their telemedical application in healthcare based on the research project A2I (Augmented Auditive Intelligence). With sensor systems in smart devices, e.g. wearables and hearables, a close and continuous telemonitoring of patients and users is possible. We want to use established technology management methods to grasp the broad field of sensor systems and their potential application telemedical services. The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of the technological field, its long-term development as well as current and future market trends. Methodologically, typical research techniques and instruments for technology foresight will be used to conduct primary and secondary analyses: After a broad desk research on the status quo of the technology and more specific sub-fields you will conduct a holistic scenario analysis (Identification of key factors, influence analysis, key factor analysis, consistency analysis). The practical goal is to derive real world suggestions for future value-adding market solutions. The seminar therefore trains analytical and conceptional competences for strategic foresight and management tasks.

 

The kick-off will take place on 22.10.2021 8:15 - 9:45 and will be held in attendance at Wilhelm-Seelig-Platz 3 (WSP3) - Seminarraum 1 .

Downloads all materials will be uploaded to OLAT.
Lecturer (S) Carsten KaiserChristopher GarrelfsProf. Dr. Carsten Schultz
Lecturer (Tut.) Tutorials will not be offered in this course.
Sign Up Sign up now for this course via OLAT  (number of participants is limited). Deadline: October 15th, 2021
LP / SWS 5 LP / 2 SWS
Dates and rooms All dates and rooms are available on UnivIS, Virtual rooms will be published in OLAT if required.
Course Research Seminar
Requirements This seminar requires a mandatory sign up via OLAT. Participation is limited and seats will be given via the "first come, first served" principle.
Examination written term paper and oral presentation. Both must be passed individually.
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Max. Number 20 Participants
recommended literature Relevant literature will be announced on the Kick-Off date.