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Guest Talk: Process Management Research at the University of Bayreuth

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Jablonski
Univer­sity of Bayreuth

Date/Time: 29.06.2016, 12:00

Loca­tion: D2.2.094


This talk provides an over­view on current rese­arch in the area of process­ma­nage­ment at the Chair for Data­bases and Infor­ma­tion Systems at the Univer­sity ofBay­reuth. Besides an insight into the general moti­va­tion and foun­da­tion of this­re­se­arch the current major rese­arch threads are intro­duced. These are multi­per­spec­tive, decla­ra­tive process mining, under­standa­bi­lity of (decla­ra­tive) process­mo­dels, and process model simi­la­rity matching.


Stefan Jablonski is Full Professor at the Univer­sity of Bayreuth, Germany. Since 2006he is head of the Chair for Data­bases and Infor­ma­tion Systems. From 1994 to 2005he was heading as Full Professor the Rese­arch Group on Data and Process­In­te­gra­tion Systems at the Univer­sity of Erlan­gen-­Nu­ern­berg. From 1991 to 1994 hewas mana­ging a Rese­arch Group on Process Manage­ment at the Digital Equip­ment,Activity Manage­ment Group, Palo Alto, USA and Campus­based Engi­nee­ring Center,Karls­ruhe.

Stefan Jablonski holds a Doctoral Degree (Dr.-Ing.) in Engi­nee­ring Science from theUni­ver­sity of Erlan­gen-­Nu­ern­berg. He also holds a Diploma Degree in Compu­ter­Sci­ence from this univer­sity.

Stefan Jablonski’s rese­arch focus lies firstly on process manage­ment. Therein, thecon­cep­tual foun­da­tion of process manage­ment, mode­ling and agile proces­ses­exe­cu­tion and mining build the current core areas. His second rese­arch focus lies onspe­cific areas of Data Science. In the focus of this rese­arch lies the ques­tion of howto enrich in-house data (wareh­ouses) with public data (e.g. social media data).

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