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Finished Research Projects

Business process modeling and documentation for a producer of zinc-oxide (2010)

For a zinc oxide producing company in Goslar, we analyzed and documented the core business and production processes using ARIS process notations. The resulting document provides a basis for the implementation of an ERP system.


Auto-ID technologies for material tracking in a steel supply chain (2008/2009)

In this project, we modeled and analyzed supply chain processes of the German steel company Benteler Stahl/Rohr. In particular, we identified optimization potential for the use of Auto-Id technologies for the identification, localization, and tracking of material from steel producer to steel tube / wire producers.


ATLANTIS Academic Teaching and LeArning NeTwork in Information Systems (2008-2010)

The goal of ATLANTIS is to create collaborative eLearning portal and to produce high-quality eLearning content to enhance the Bachelor-level course offerings in and across the partners providing study programmes in the area of business information systems across the federal state of Lower Saxony.


Mobile Enterprise Technology and Application Trends (2005)

In a technology report published in summer 2005, Business Insights predict the global market for mobile enterprise solutions grow from roughly three billion US\$ in 2004 to twelve billion US\$ in 2007. Exploiting this market requires to recognize new technology and market trends and to develop and deploy innovative applications for mobile workers and mobile enterprises. Before this background, we contributed to a larger study performed by Siemens AG Corporate Technology to identify the most important future technology trends, as well as new markets and application areas in the area of the mobile enterprise.


P2P Business Resource Management: ATHENA (2004-2007)

In the project A6 (Model-driven and Adaptable Interoperability Architectures) of the European IP ATHENA, we have developed the Business Resource Management Framework (BRMF), a novel peer-to-peer based middleware framework for decentralized management of business resources. The design of the BRMF follows a layered approach building on a general purpose, industry grade P2P middleware - the Resource Management Framework (RMF) developed by Siemens AG. While the RMF offers basic services on arbitrary XML resources, such as publish, search, subscribe for change notification, it is not specifically designed to support web service based business applications in general. This work was carried out at and in cooperation with Siemens AG Corporate Technology.


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