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You like Netflix and wonder how they know which movies you like? Learn how Recommender Systems work and how they can be used in the context of organizations

Bachelor Thesis Recommender Systems in Organizations

Why:

The collaboration between humans and machines is becoming more and more important. Leveraging the computational power of machines and combine it with the creative mind of humans is seen by many experts as the future. Thus a new field of research emerged which is called human-machine collaboration. In this collaboration, machines play often the role of providing recommendations to humans, on which the latter base their decisions on.

My field of research focuses on how recommender systems can be is used in organizations and in particular in agile teams.

Supervision of a bachelor thesis:

Your bachelor thesis aims to conduct a literature review on recommender systems in organizations.

How:
- Literature review using the method by Webster and Watson (2002) and Vom Brocke et al. (2009; 2015)
- Focus on agile teams:
○ What are the different forms of recommendations?
○ How recommendations are designed and written?

Key-Facts:
- Close supervision, with regular review meetings, feedback discussions, etc.
- Work can start immediately, but should be completed within the next ±6 months
- If the work is worth publishing, you will be listed as author
- Past successes of students:
- Best master thesis in e-learning (Austria, Germany, Switzerland)
- Papers published at A and B-conferences (e.g. San Francisco and Stockholm)
- Best paper nomination

If you are interested, please contact me: roman.rietsche@unisg.ch

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Kontakt: Roman Rietsche