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    Information Systems
     
  • James-Franck-Ring
  • 89081 Ulm

  • Phone: +49 731 50 24131
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News

DBIS Teaching Modules in Winter Term 2014/2015

As usual, the Institute of Databases and Information Systems (DBIS) offers a versatile set of teaching modules to the students in winter term 2014/2015. You may find the modules' overview at the dedicated teaching website for this term. As a student you may also visit our generic teaching overview to have a look at all modules (incl. their schedules) offered by DBIS across terms. Regarding bachelor studies, DBIS will support the students' education through the modules Business Process... [more]
 

Keynote by Manfred Reichert at BPM 2014 Workshop

Manfred Reichert was invited keynote speaker of the International Workshop on Business Processes in Collective Adaptive Systems (BPCAS’14), which was held in conjunction with the BPM 2014 conference.  BPM 2014 took place in Eindhoven from September 8 – 11, 2014.  It is the 12th conference in a series that provides the most prestigious forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of Business Process Management (BPM). Due to the unstable situation in Southern Israel, BPM 2014... [more]
 

IEEE Conference on Enterprise Computing at Ulm University

Helsinki, Beijing, and Vancouver in the previous years, Adelaide next year, and this year? Ulm! More than 150 experts from over 25 countries will travel to Ulm between 1st and 5th September 2014 in order to attend the 18th International IEEE EDOC Conference. Regardless of whether an industrial company, a service provider or the public sector – every organization has to embrace state-of-the-art information and communication technology (ICT) to run its business successfully these days. In this... [more]
 

Gesture-based Collaborative Process Modeling on Multi-Touch Devices

Researchers and students of the Institute of Databases and Information Systems (DBIS) have developed, implemented, and validated a core set of gestures for collaboratively modeling business processes on multi-touch devices, including tablets (e.g., Apple iPad) and touch screen collaboration systems (e.g., Microsoft PixelSense).  The developed gesture set is based on experimental results as well as common interaction concepts of multi-touch applications. Altogether, gesture-based... [more]
 

Track Your Tinnitus with Free Smartphone App

A few months ago, the Institute of Databases and Information Systems (DBIS) and the Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI) started a research project in which they want to develop a platform for tracking the individual tinnitus perception of patients with a smartphone application. Using a website in conjunction with their smartphone shall allow patients to systematically track the variation of their tinnitus and to find out how it is associated with their daily routine and activities. Recently, the... [more]
 

Events

Human Resource Management in Business Processes

September/24/2014
DBIS Kolloquium, Cristina Cabanillas, Ort: O27/545, Datum: 23.09.2014, Zeit: 11:00 Uhr [more]
 

Towards Schema Evolution in Object-aware Process Management Systems

September/26/2014
Presentation at the EMISA 2014 Int'l Workshop on Evolution of Information Systems and their Design Methods; Manfred Rei [more]
 

Analyse zur Eignung verschiedener Prozessmodellierungsnotationen zur Realisierung von iterativen Softwareprozessmodellen

October/01/2014
BA Abschlussvortrag, David Rothmaier, Ort: O27/545, Datum: 01.10.2014, Zeit: 10:00 Uhr [more]