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Next-Generation Enterprise Modelling

The summer school offers a two week program combining lectures and practical work in groups based on four topical pillars. The underlying topic is engineering of modelling toolkits.

The Summer School Program

The  final program includes 27 lecture units. Each day parallel working groups will tackle one of the four pillars of next-generation enterprise modelling. More information on the program is available below: 

 

The Framework

In today's enterprises, modelling methods are widely used on every level and they are mostly supported by modelling tools. These tools ease the design of machine-processable models and provide facility services, e.g. for accessing, exchanging and persistenly storing meta-models and models, for applying algorithms and querying model contents. Additionally they enhance the value of models as an organisational knowledge platforms. 
Modelling tools and platforms which support domain specific methods need to provide user interaction functionalities and enable management capabilities for the execution environment in addition to the modelling method design and implementation.

The generic modelling method framework proposed by Karagiannis and Kühn (2001) comprises all the necessary ingredients for the conceptualization, i.e. early development and prototyping phases of modelling tools for domain specific modelling methods.  The framework addresses (a) modelling languages - syntax, semantic and notation, (b) modelling procedures and (c) processing based on their mechanisms and algorithms. 

  

Topics

The "Next-Generation Enterprise Modelling" summer school proived a highly-interactive experimental environment where students and teachers focus on the domain "modelling" addressing especially: 
- Foundations of Conceptual Modelling
, i.e. formal methods and tools for modelling method creation, transformation and application. 
- Technologies for Conceptual Modelling, i.e. model execution technologies, meta-modelling platforms, modelling compilers, adaption to diverse devices and multi-client applications.
- Application Domains, i.e. Enterprise Information Systems, e-Government, Health Care and Ambient Assisted Living. 
- Cross-cutting Issues, i.e. information security, privacy, risk management and governance, and quality assurance of models and methods. 

 Language of Instruction

The language of instruction for all lectures and working groups is English. Students must be able to follow lectures, express theirselves in discussions and write papers in English. 

Universidade Nova De Lisaboa Aalto University Karlsruher Institut für Technologie FernUniversität Hagen Universität Magdeburg Technische Hochschule Aachen Universität Duisburg-Essen Universität Hamburg Universitá degli Studi di Trento Katholieke Universiteit Leuven University of Manchester Radboud University Nijmegen FHS St. Gallen Universität St. Gallen Riga Technical University University of Crete University of Piraeus Universitat Politecnica De Valencia
Disclaimer: This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the
views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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