Technische Universität München
Technische Universität München (TUM) is a leading European and German university that has a strong record as research and entrepreneurial institute (http://www.tum.de). TUM counts 37.343 students that study on 13 faculties with 9.876 employees. The computer science faculty has been rated as leading in Germany according the Shanghai Ranking. 40 professors and 395 researchers are employed at the computer science faculty and 3555 students are currently enrolled. The 13 faculties at TUM span a vast amount of research disciplines.
The Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) chair is part of the TUM computer science faculty (https://wwwmatthes.in.tum.de). Founded in 2002, sebis has a strong focus on collaboration platforms, social software and enterprize architecture management topics. Such research activities include theoretical as well as practical issues. The members of the chair regularly publish their results in major international conferences on information systems research and computer science. Currently, the chair is involved national and international research projects.
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