Welcome at the Research Group E-Government

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The research group E-Government teaches and conducts research in the area around the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the public sector. This on the one hand includes the comprehensive examination of technological questions from the different viewpoints as well as the consideration of E-Government from a multidisciplinary perspective in order to understand and design the relationships between organizations, human and technology with the sense of a holistic approach.

Due to the diverse involvement of students within for example project and research work, project-based teaching, the participation in organizational and requirements analysis, the modeling, introduction and evaluation of application systems and with dissertations, master and bachelor theses we ensure an application-oriented teaching within the subject of E-Government. Our e-GovLivingL@b offers an excellent environment for students working in cooperation with business and government for system analysis, modeling and system design in public administration – coupled with research oriented innovation!



eGov Campus: Starting the MOOC „IT architecture frameworks and concepts for the public sector“ (in German)


The eGov-Campus  started in summer 2020 to elaborate a web-based, German-wide open educational resource (OER) platform for establishing competencies and skills in digital transformation and electronic government. In May 2021, the first two MOOCs started. We are very pleased to announce the start of the third module as a MOOC - „IT architecture frameworks and concepts for the public sector". This module offers sills and competencies related to holistic systems analysis and development and to the development of IT architectures along  different frameworks. The OER module can be consumed along weekly parts of self study. Participants are enabled to develop their own IT architecture along the individual units of the MOOC. The module is offered in German. Further info (in German) and the registration is available here.




Within the project “AI and COVID: Explainabity and Decision Support through AI in Pandemics”, which is part of a wider project initiative of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate to strengthen the digitalisation at universities, we seek three Post-Doctoral researchers (m/f/d). Application closure date: 30th June 2021