Johannes Schobel and Gregor Grambow, who both did their doctorate at the Institute of Databases and Information Systems (DBIS) have been appointed as professors at the Universities of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm and Aalen respectively. The DBIS team is pleased to congratulate Johannes and Gregor on this achievement and wishes them all the best for their future career.
Prof. Dr. Johannes Schobel received his PhD for his work entitled “A Model-Driven Framework for Enabling Flexible and Robust Mobile Data Collection Applications” from Ulm University in 2018. His doctoral supervisors were Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert and Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Pryss. Johannes was a DBIS staff member until 2019. At DBIS, he worked in the DFG project QuestionSys and contributed to the development of the DBIS courses on Business Process Intelligence and Service-oriented Computing. On 1 March 2021 Johannes started as W2 professor for Digital Health & Care at the University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm. DBIS is looking forward to further collaborating with Johannes on digital health.
Prof. Dr. Gregor Grambow received his PhD for his work entitled “Context-aware Process Management for the Software Engineering Domain” from Ulm University in 2016. His doctoral supervisor was Prof. Manfred Reichert. Until 2016 Gregor was a DBIS staff member working in the EU FP7 project SustainHub. Since 2020 he has been appointed as W2 professor for Database Management Systems at the University of Applied Sciences Aalen.