The research group is engaged in all phases of the business process lifecycle, starting with the design and implementation of modeling languages (Meta-Modeling), the development of flexible execution environments (Enactment) and the logging (Monitoring) and analysis of executed processes (Process Mining).
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Jablonski is a full professor of Computer Science at the University of Bayreuth. He is head of the chair for Databases and Information Systems. His major research interests include process management, flexible process enactment technologies, and meta-modeling. He has been participating in numerous national and international BPM research as well as industrial projects.
Stefan Schönig, M.Sc. is a doctoral candidate, and research and lecture assistant at the Process Management group. Mr. Schönig’s research is focused on the observation and analysis of executed business processes. He has participated in several industry projects that addressed process observation, analysis, process monitoring and business process intelligence. Based on his work, Mr. Schönig has published several scientific papers in international conferences.
Michael Zeising, M.Sc. is a research assistant at the Process Management group. He is a doctoral candidate focusing on the enactment of modeled business processes. Mr. Zeising has been and is still involved in several industry and science projects related to business process management. His research has been published in several international scientific contributions.
|iTransparent GmbH, German Business Process Management Company|
|Living Logic AG, German IT-solution Company|
|ProComp Professional Computer GmbH, German IT-solution Company|
|PRODATO Integration Technology GmbH|
|PRODATO Process Solutions GmbH|
|TenneT TSO GmbH|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Jablonski
Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Informatik IV
Datenbanken und Informationssysteme
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