This blog post is contributed by Elseline Senave, Nick Baeten and Stef Breuls, students of the bachelor program Business Informatics
It goes without saying that it has plenty of perks to be a BI student. You get to explore some of the most compelling subject-matters, to tackle cutting-edge challenges and to forge a connection between what is and what shall be. But wait, it gets even better: on the seventh day, we created something called “BI-day”, which basically means that we get to dive right into the action whilst the other university students get to follow classes from dawn to dusk.
Traditionally, the students business informatics of UHasselt organise a biennial trip to visit leading-edge technology companies around the world. This year, our group had the pleasure to visit the Intel facilities in Dublin. For sure, Intel did a wonderful job in having us. The staff showed real commitment and organised a very interesting day filled with talks, demonstrations and tours.
The research group Business Informatics is part of the Faculty of Business Economics at Hasselt University (Belgium). Our research group performs research which aims to support decision-making in companies and organisations by modelling data, information and knowledge. In this respect, research is conducted related to data mining, ICT management, process mining, process modelling, decision support systems, auditing and accounting information systems.
The composition of our research group can be consulted on the ‘About’ page.