Person

PuL Project Team

Address

RWTH Aachen

Department 1.0

PuL-Projekt

Kackertstraße 15-17

52072 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 94356
Fax: +49 241 80 92141
 

Who is involved in the PuL Project?

A number of people are involved in the PuL Project: All RWTH Aachen faculties, students, Central University Administration, and the IT Center have named individuals, who work together to optimize processes in teaching and learning.

The PuL Project Team makes up the core of the PuL Project:

 
Project Team
Dr. Marguerite Franssen, Department 1.0 Project Management
Christoph Becker, IT Center Technical Project Management
Swetlana Köstler, Department 1.0 Office
Isabella Florea, Department 1.0 Reporting
Karin Rautmann, Department 1.0 Communication
Anne Träm, Dezernat 1.0 IT Documentation and Training
Birgit Weise, Dezernat 1.0 IT Documentation and Training
Marcel Lämmerhirt, IT Center IT Quality Assurance
Laura Neisius, IT Center IT Documentation and Training
Sven Ritzerfeld, IT Center Data Migration

Furthermore, there are seven topic-specific subprojects, that are headed by staff in the faculties, the IT Center, and Central University Administration. In the sub-projects representatives from the faculties, students, staff councils, and the PuL team work together with employees in the IT Center and administration in working groups. This allows the University to ensure that all areas, that are affected by the new software and the linked work processes, are included in the project and can contribute their expertise.

The RWTH Rector's Office, represented by the Vice-Rector for Teaching, Professor Aloys Krieg, is the official sponsor of the PuL Project.

The project is guided by a steering group, a steering committee, and a coordination group.

In total, there are over 100 people involved in the PuL project. An overview of all project members is available in the RWTH Aachen intranet. The collaboration and knowledge of all members is highly valuable, ensuring that the processes are optimized effectively and that the new software is tailored as much as possible to the needs of future users.