RoSI Lecture

The lecture Role-based Software Infrastructures aims at students of the DFG Research Training Group Role-based Software Infrastructures for Continuous-Context-Sensitive Systems (RoSI) and anyone interested in the topic. RoSI’s central research goal is to develop software infrastructures that will adapt automatically to changes of the context. This has to happen during the whole lifetime of a software – not only in the process of modeling but also of programming and installation. Potential application fields are the future smart grid, cyber-physical systems in home, traffic, factories, and context-sensitive search engines. The lecture is given by the principal investigators as well as invited speaker and touches all three topic clusters of RoSI.

 

Date Time Speaker Title Room
Monday, 15.10.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Thomas Kühn
TU Dresden
Introduction to Roles 3105
Monday, 22.10.2018 5. DS  (14:50 – 16:20) Thomas Kühn
TU Dresden
Introduction to Role-based Design 3105
Monday, 29.10.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Philipp Chrszon
TU Dresden
Formal Quantitative Analysis of Role-based Systems 3105
Monday, 05.11.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Stephan Günnemann
TU München
TBA 3105
Friday, 09.11.2016  (12:30 – 14:00) Matthias Hagen
Universität Halle-Wittenberg
The major big data challenge: Identifying good questions … and answering them! 2101
Monday, 12.11.2018 16:00 – 17:30 Anni-Yasmin Turhan
TU Dresden
Introduction to Description Logics and Their Reasoning Services 3105
Monday, 19.11.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Anni-Yasmin Turhan
TU Dresden
Advanced Description Logics Relevant to Roles and Contexts 3105
Monday, 26.11.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) N.A. (canceled due to RoSI workshop in the same week)
Monday, 03.12.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Winfried Kühnhauser
TU Illmenau
Zugriffskontrolle und Sicherheit in verteilten Systemen 3105
Monday, 10.12.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Haibin Zhu
Nipissing University
The E-CARGO model and Role-based Collaboration: A Decade’s Review 3105
Monday, 17.12.2018 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) N.A. (canceled due to last week before christmas)
Monday, 07.01.2019 15:30 – 17:00 Stephan Herrmann
GK-Software
Role Modeling meets Code Quality – A Compiler Perspective 3105
Monday, 14.01.2019 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Ulrich Frank
Wirtschaftsinformatik Universität Duisburg-Essen
Enhancing Reuse and Flexibility of Enterprise Systems through Models: Prospects of Multi-Level (Enterprise) Modelling 3105
Monday, 21.01.2019 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Walter Cazzola
Università degli Studi di Milano
TBA 3105
Monday, 28.01.2019 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Kim Mens
Universität Darmstadt
Broad introduction to COP 3105
Monday, 04.02.2019 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Rolf Hennicker
LMU München
Role-based Development of Dynamically Evolving Ensembles 3105


Previous lecture:

Date Time Speaker Title Room
Monday, 17.10.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Wolfgang Lehner/Uwe Aßmann
TU Dresden
Introduction 3105
Monday, 24.10.2016 5. DS  (14:50 – 16:20) Anni-Yasmin Turhan
TU Dresden
Introduction to Description Logics and their reasoning services 3105
Monday, 07.11.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Franz Baader
TU Dresden
Ontology-based data access 3105
Monday, 14.11.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Susanne Strahringer
TU Dresden
Modeling in Information Systems: From Enterprise to Reference Modeling 3105
Monday, 21.11.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Alexander Schill
TU Dresden
Adaptation and Roles in Ubiquitous Systems 3105
Wednesday, 23.11.2016 16:00 – 17:30 Andreas Zeller Universität des Saarlandes Mining Input Grammars for Security 3105
Monday, 28.11.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Daniela Nicklas
Universität Bamberg
Data, context, situation: Semantic layers for context-aware systems 3105
Monday, 05.12.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Hartmut Wedekind
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
 Industry 4.0 or “The future just began” 3105
Tuesday, 06.12.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Jens Gulden
Universität Duisburg/Essen
Language Engineering for Multi-level Modeling (LE4MM) – A multi-level modeling language and modeling tool environment 3105
Monday, 12.12.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Wolfgang Reisig
HU Berlin
Soundness preserving serial composition of workflows 3105
Tuesday, 13.12.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Eric Bodden, Universität Paderborn How can I decrypt this hash? – Supporting the Secure Integration of Cryptographic Software 3105
Wednesday, 14.12.2016 15:30 – 17:00 Erhard Rahm
Universität Leipzig
Graphs are Beautiful: New Ways for Data Integration and Analytics  3105
Monday, 19.12.2016 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Michael Hunger
Neo Technology Dresden
Introduction to Graph Database Use Cases with Neo4j 3105
Monday, 16.01.2017 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Jeronimo Castrillon
TU Dresden
Optimizing Compilers and Role-based Programming 3105
Monday, 23.01.2017 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Ralf Steinmetz
Universität Darmstadt
MAKI – Multi-Mechanisms Adaption
for the Future Internet – Seamless Transitions for Highly Adaptive Mobile Applications
3105
Monday, 06.02.2017 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Kai-Uwe Sattler
TU Ilmenau
Dataflow Programming for Big Data Stream Processing 3105
Monday, 27.02.2017 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Onur Mutlu ETH Zurich  Rethinking Memory System Design
(and the Computing Platforms We Design Around It)
3105
Monday, 13.03.2017 5. DS (14:50 – 16:20) Stratos Idreos, Harvard University, Cambridge,
USA
 Data Systems that are Easy to Design, Tune and Use 3105