Marek Hütsch

Academic Staff

Marek Hütsch, M. Sc.

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R09 R03 H18
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Donnerstag 14:00 - 15:00 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung (bitte kündigen Sie Ihre Teilnahme kurz per Mail an)

Curriculum Vitae:

Seit Januar 2018: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter/Doktorand am Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftsinformatik und integrierte Informationssysteme der Universität Duisburg-Essen von Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schütte

Seit Januar 2018: SAP Junior Consultant bei Consenso Management & IT Consulting in Bielefeld

Oktober 2016 - Dezember 2017: Consultant bei Ernst & Young - People Advisory Services in Düsseldorf

Oktober 2016 - Oktober 2017: Studium der Informatik (M.Sc.) an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

  • Studienschwerpunkt: Rechnernetze
  • Thema der Abschlussarbeit: Adaptive routing in opportunistic networks using global information

August 2016 - September 2016: Werkstudent bei Ernst & Young - People Advisory Services in Düsseldorf

März 2016 - August 2016: Studentische Hilfskraft an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf am Lehrstuhl für Computational Complexity von Prof. Dr. Jörg Rothe

Seit Mai 2015: Studium der Mathematik (B.Sc.) an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

Oktober 2013 - September 2016: Studium der Informatik (B.Sc.) an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

  • Studienschwerpunkt: Rechnernetze
  • Thema der Abschlussarbeit: Implementation and evaluation of an opportunistic routing protocol in the simulation environment PeerfactSim.KOM

August 2013 - März 2014: Studentische Hilfskraft bei der BMS-Akademie in Dormagen

Publications:

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  • Hütsch, M.; Wulfert, T.: Design Principles for Machine Learning Marketplaces in Enterprise Systems. In: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Hawaii 2022. CitationDetails

    While standardized enterprise systems (ES) have become widely accepted, this is not the case for machine learning (ML) implementations, which are mostly developed individually in company-specific projects. Necessary historical data and rare ML capabilities result in a low cross-market ML utilization. To overcome the high usage barriers of ML, it should be incorporated into ES in a standardized manner. Therefore, we propose to implement an ML marketplace. While marketplaces in ES already exist, this paper proposes a marketplace dedicated to the exchange of ML models in a federated learning approach. Accordingly, this work formulates four meta requirements based on interviews, which are structured by marketplace governance dimensions. With these meta-requirements, an ML marketplace was implemented in a design science research project, from which eight design principles are derived. The design principles address governance dimensions for making ML accessible to many companies and allow them to integrate ML into existing ES.

Tutored Theses:

  • An agent-based modelling of innovation implementation in companies using social and organizational aspects (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Using Web Crawling Technologies for the Semantic Web in Knowledge Databases: Illustrated using the example of Microsoft Docs (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • An employee customized ERP system as a solution for small to medium-sized enterprises (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Diffusion of technologies in organisations focusing communication - A literature review (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • State-of-the-art analysis of network effects of enterprise systems - with particular emphasis on increasing PaaS efforts by software publishers (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Consideration of the IT Business Value in existing project management approaches (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • An agent-based modelling of innovation implementation in companies using social and organizational aspects (Master Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Analysis of PaaS offerings from enterprise system manufacturers (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)
  • Modeling and simulation of changes in institutional processes and IT-based communication in business organizations (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems)