The Competence Center IT in Service Economy (CC ITSE) Technologie informacyjne i telekomunikacyjne (ICT)

The Competence Center IT in Service Economy (CC ITSE) is a research and development (R&D) initiative of the Institute of Business Informatics (IBI) at Wroclaw University of Economics (WUE). The Center conducts R&D projects in collaboration with other R&D institutions, businesses, government and social organizations across Europe. It was launched in October 2013, but its history goes back to September 2012 when a cooperation agreement was signed between WUE and the University of St. Gallen Switzerland to do joint R&D in the area of Independent Living (IL). Later on, the CC ITSE hac acquired new R&D partners and has extended its mission to include e-health domain of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL).

The mission of CC ITSE is to conduct research for enablement and empowerment of IT/society alignement through development of Lifestyle Engineering & Health Management (LE&HM) platform offering concierge-mediated, requestor/supplier- negotiated, and cyber/physical-initiated delivery of LE&HM services to consumers. The purpose it to enable eldery people (in particular, but not exclusively), nearing or in retirements, healthyor unhealthy, to live socially-included and economically-active lives. On the society side, the idea is to address the lifestyle needs of senior citizens (IL) and people with disabilities or suffering from medical conditions (AAL) for self-determination, self-fulfillment, self-enrichment, self-respect, dignity, and equal opportunities. On the IT side, the idea is to provide innovative systems and solutions embracing contemporary shifts of computing paradigm to service science, cloud computing, mobile connectivity, business processes, and societal participation.

Prof. Leszek A. Maciaszek
Wroclaw University of Economics
Komandorska 118/120
53-345 Wrocław, Poland
Building. J, room 14
tel.: +48 71 3680 379 (secretary)

Dr Artur Rot
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
Komandorska 118/120
53-345 Wrocław, Polska
Building J, room 16
tel.: +48 71 3680 379 (secretary)

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