Next-Generation Enterprise Modelling in the Age of Internet of Things
July 17th - July 28th, 2017
The summer school will take place at the premises of the University of Vienna, Faculty of Computer Science and 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.
Detailed information about the city, the summer school venue, maps and travel guidelines will be published shortly.
The NEMO summer schools focus on the conceptualization, design, and implementation of Next Generation Enterprise Modelling Methods.
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 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 (2002) comprises all the necessary ingredients for the conceptualization, i.e. early development and prototyping phases of modelling tools for domain-specific modelling methods.