Secondments

RISE_BPM's Innovation and Staff Exchange will be documentend in terms of secondments. They will be presented and archived within this section. 

Pages

2015-06-11–2015-07-10: Universidad de Sevilla (USE) to CUPENYA B.V. (CUP)

Manuel Resinas

Researcher: Manuel Resinas

Researcher Category: Experienced researcher
Website: http://www.lsi.us.es/~resinas/
Goal of the stay:

● To analyse real-time computing concepts and technology for the low latency monitoring and control of business process. ● Analysis of the influence of real-time computing on the four areas of BPM. ● Investigation of the mechanisms enabling organisations to respond to changes in their processes efficiently and effectively. In the context of this WP, the goal of this secondment is twofold. On the one hand, we intend to identify open issues in real-time computing that are of interest for the industry so that the research done as part of this WP is oriented towards real needs from the industry. On the other hand, we intend to set up a validation plan for some of the activities of the WP that includes the definition of case studies as well as the testing environment in which this validation will take place. Consequently, this secondment represents a seminal activity that pretends to establish the initial foundations of the collaborations of the project.


Work package addressed: WP3: Technological Enablers – Real-time Computing (Phase 1)

2015-05-16–2015-06-14: Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) to Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU)

José Ricardo Cereja

Researcher: José Ricardo Cereja

Researcher Category: Experienced researcher
Website: http://lattes.cnpq.br/7653288098116734
Goal of the stay:

Goals related to WP1: Analyze possible techniques that leverages information from online social media platforms for the purpose of business process improvement. Discuss new languages, models, methods, and tools to BPM, covering the four areas of BPM (Strategy, Modelling, Implementation, and Analysis. Goals related to WP2: Discuss the possibilities of integrating context information (and methods related) to BPM applications in smart devices.


Work packages addressed: WP1: Technological Enablers – Social Media (Phase 1), WP2: Technological Enablers – Smart Devices (Phase 1)

2015-05-16–2015-06-14: Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) to Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU)

Flavia Maria Santoro

Researcher: Flavia Maria Santoro

Researcher Category: Experienced researcher
Website: http://lattes.cnpq.br/5377746284077362
Goal of the stay:

Goals related to WP1: Analyze possible techniques that leverages information from online social media platforms for the purpose of business process improvement. Discuss new languages, models, methods, and tools to BPM, covering the four areas of BPM (Strategy, Modelling, Implementation, and Analysis. Goals related to WP2: Discuss the possibilities of integrating context information (and methods related) to BPM applications in smart devices.


Work packages addressed: WP1: Technological Enablers – Social Media (Phase 1), WP2: Technological Enablers – Smart Devices (Phase 1)

Pages