Standard Conformance in Open Source BPMN Engines and Design Time Adaptability

In three weeks, from March 30th until April 4th, I will attend the 9th International IEEE Symposium on Service Oriented System Engineering (SOSE 2015) in Redwood City, USA. I have the pleasure of attending the conference, since I’ll present two

Standard Conformance in Open Source BPMN Engines and Design Time Adaptability

In three weeks, from March 30th until April 4th, I will attend the 9th International IEEE Symposium on Service Oriented System Engineering (SOSE 2015) in Redwood City, USA. I have the pleasure of attending the conference, since I’ll present two

ZEUS 2015 in Jena

I’d like to draw attention to the upcoming 7th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS 2015). The workshop will take place on February 19-20, 2015, at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. As usual, participation in the

ZEUS 2015 in Jena

I’d like to draw attention to the upcoming 7th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS 2015). The workshop will take place on February 19-20, 2015, at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. As usual, participation in the

Portability metrics with prope

My dissertation project centers around portability metrics for process-oriented software. I propose metrics and evaluate them by analyzing real-world process models. To perform these analyses, I implement the metrics in a metrics suite and recently I merged my efforts of

Portability metrics with prope

My dissertation project centers around portability metrics for process-oriented software. I propose metrics and evaluate them by analyzing real-world process models. To perform these analyses, I implement the metrics in a metrics suite and recently I merged my efforts of

New Research Blog

I’d like to roll the drums for my colleague Matthias Geiger who recently started blogging about his research project as well. You can find his blog here. Matthias works at the same chair as me and sits on the opposite

New Research Blog

I’d like to roll the drums for my colleague Matthias Geiger who recently started blogging about his research project as well. You can find his blog here. Matthias works at the same chair as me and sits on the opposite