• Ekkart Kindler

    Associate Professor, DTU

    Bio: 

    Ekkart Kindler has been associate professor in the Software and Process Engineering Section at DTU Compute since 2007. He has been working in modelling, verification and model-based software engineering as well as business process management. A common theme of his work has been to make models work in real software without additional programming.  

    Title of presentation: 

    Workflow Management – Model-based Software Engineering – Digital Twins: Enacting Models for Acting on Data  

    Abstract of presentation:  Models have been used for a long time to make it easier bringing business logic into IT-systems. Workflow management (WfM) enacted process models without the need for implementing them in code; and model-based software engineering (MBSE) automatically generated code from them. In this talk, we discuss some lessons from WfM and MBSE that help building Digital Twins that “enact models for acting and data”.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • IDA Hall
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by DTU

      The goal of the session is to discuss how software & process models can use data to fine-tune the systems and hence the business in digital transformation. In this context, “models” are meant in a broad sense: conceptual representations of behaviour or structure.

      Program:
      Introduction: Andrea Burattin, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: “Live Road Condition Assessment via Car Sensors)”, Matteo Pettinari, Special Consultant, The Danish Road Directorate, Vejdirektoratet
      Scientific Talk: "Software Architecture for Big Data Collection”, Shahrzad M. Pour, Postdoctoral Researcher, “Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: “Business Process Mining – Leveraging Process Models in Large Scale Transformation Journeys”, Julian Lebherz, A.P. Moller – Maersk
      Scientific Talk: “Workflow Management – Model-based Software Engineering – Digital Twins: Enacting Models for Acting on Data”, Ekkart Kindler, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Debate: “What are the Data Integration Challenges in Employing Process and Software models in Digital Transformation? Participants: Julian Lebherz, Matteo Pettinari, Ekkart Kindler, Shahrzad M. Pour

      Session coordinator: Shahrzad M. Pour, Postdoctoral Researcher, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Facilitator: Andrea Burattin, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Software & Process Models: A Gateway to Digital Transformation
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