Digital Transformation Project

Semester: Summer Term
Course Type: Seminar
Type of Interaction: Digital Transformation Project is a small course with max. 30 students.
  • This course is brought to you on sight in person.
  • The course has a lecture-guided format with a project-based application of learnings.
  • The course is structured by synchronous lectures once a week, in which key concepts for successful completion of the course will be explained.
  • In addition, knowledge bites are provided online, which need to be absorbed asynchronously and will then be discussed during the synchronous lectures.
  • Moreover, students will be divided into teams to work on projects. Here you will be able to work asynchronously, meaning the timing of the completion of tasks is at your own disposal and only needs to be coordinated within your team and with your mentors from our industry partner.
  • Solution development sessions are offered on-demand virtually or in-person at WiSo (Lange Gasse 20).
Location: LG 5.155 (WiSo, Lange Gasse 20)
Time: Wednesdays:

Lecture: 13:15 – 14:45

Exercise: 15:00 – 16:30

27.04.2022 – 13:15 – 14:45
Language: English
Credit points/ Contact hours: 5 ECTS
Group Size: Limited to a maximum of 30 participants
Registration Process
After applying for participation on StudOn to the course you are placed on the waiting list. After the initial Kick-Off, all students who attended the meeting will be accepted to the course. Only in the case of a significant deviation from the maximum of 30 students will there be a random selection process with equal chances.
Univis: Course information on Univis
Registration date: Earliest: 01.04.22 – 00:00     Latest: 20.04.22 – 23:55
Syllabus (PDF): DTP-Syllabus SS2022
Examination Code:
57171 Digital transformation project (5.0 ECTS)
  • 71711 Digital transformation project (seminar paper) (3.5 ECTS)
  • 71712 Digital transformation project (presentation) (1.5 ECTS)
Available for programs:
Prof. Dr. Kathrin Möslein
Lecturers: Dr. Tim Posselt

Julius Kirschbaum

[ Is offered in summer term 2022 ]

In this course, students will focus on developing and evaluating solutions for organizational challenges in the context of digital transformation. In doing so, they work together with organizations from various industries and gain in-depth experience in solving organizational problems using a systematic design science research process. Moreover, they will get familiar with empirical research methods and improve their presentation as well as writing skills.

The case partner for this year is a well known sports ware manufacturer from the region.

The course is offered annually each summer term. The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 30 students (this is not due to the corona situation; Due to the interactive course format we can’t provide more seats in the course).


Monday, 27.04.2022, 14:15 – 15:45 at Lange Gasse 20, room LG 5.155. All relevant information will be sent to applicants on StudOn.

Exam Registration:

After the kick-off, you have 1 week to decide to take the course. If you want to be part of the course this term, you have to register to the two exams until the first session.

Post-Exam Reviews:

For a post-exam review, please contact us within the week after the publication of the grades to arrange an appointment.