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Participation in the 12th IPMA Research Conference in USA

The paper entitled “Using Large Language Models for Project Staffing: Evaluation of GPT-Based Mapping of Teams to Projects”, written by Nargiza Mikhridinova, Furkan Ali Yurdakul, and Carsten Wolff won the “Best Paper” award. The prize was awarded in recognition of an outstanding paper submitted to the 12th IPMA Research Conference “Project Management in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”, held on 19-21 April, 2024 at the College Park, Maryland. The paper was written in frames of the EU Erasmus+ KA2 programme within the Knowledge Alliance “ProDiT: Projects for the Digital Transformation” (621745-EPP-1-2020-1-DE-EPPKA2-KA), studying digital processing of project and competence data based on the case provided by project partner. The paper will be included in the conference proceedings with further indexation in Web of Science database.

Besides usual conference papers’ presentations, the conference programme included various keynotes, workshops and panel discussions. One of panels was devoted to PhD students, during which the selected participants could pitch their research. Florian Rüttger, a researcher at the Institute for the Digital Transformation of Application and Living Domains (IDiAL) and a PhD student researching for DH-NRW Digital Fellowship project “DigiTransPro”, has opened the PhD Panel with his early-stage research on “Agile product development of cyber-physical systems”. PhD candidates, after pitching their research, could benefit from the feedback provided by Editors-in-Chief of established, international journals of project management. 

Project type: Erasmus+ KA2: Knowledge Alliance

Project Name: Projects for the Digital Transformation (ProDiT)

Project Reference number: 621745-EPP-1-2020-1-DE-EPPKA2-KA

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