Hasso-Plattner-Institut20 Jahre HPI
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Winter Semester 2019/2020

16.10.2019 - No meeting (Fall Retreat)

23.10.2019 - Organizational meeting

 

  • Afterthoughts on the retreat
  • Talks / program for Cape Town
  • Service-Oriented Computing – joint projects
  • HPI 20 year anniversary: Who is responsible for what

30.10.2019 - No Meeting (HPI Anniversary)

06.11.2019 - Prof. Dr. Patrick Baudisch

How to apply and interview for faculty jobs

13.11.2019 - Dorina Bano

Discovering Handovers in Business Process based on Event Logs

With the big amount of data generated in the healthcare it becomes more important to clearly capture the communication between different departments and their respective systems. Several mining techniques are proposed to discover and represent the complexity of this communication from a static perspective. However, there is a need to describe the order in which these different departments within one hospital interact with each other. We investigate process mining techniques to derive behavioural models that represent the departments interactions in order to reach their goal.

20.11.2019 - Tobias Pape

An Introduction to Writing Research School Reports.

27.11.2019 - Christoph Matthies

Counteracting Agile Retrospective Problems with Retrospective Activities

Retrospective meetings are a fundamental part of Agile software development methods. Effective retrospectives can positively impact teamwork, productivity, and work satisfaction. We focus on problems that commonly occur during these meetings. To address them, we suggest retrospective activities that are already used in practice. These activities provide structure and guide the team through the meeting. We created a mapping between a selection of these activities and the problems they attempt to solve. We evaluated the created mapping through multiple case studies with software development teams in educational and professional contexts. Our results verify the existence of a relationship between specific retrospective activities and connected retrospective problems. Furthermore, using observational studies we could verify parts of the created problem-activity mapping.

04.12.2019 - Andreas Fricke

Mapping the status quo of a Middle Eastern urban agglomeration and turning it into something visible - but how?

Almost every data has an indirect or direct spatial reference. Simplified access to increasingly ubiquitous data poses new challenges to societies. Domains blend and the role of the professional user becomes less and less important. The handling of geodata in existing complex geoinformation systems is usually not designed to amalgamate and process heterogeneous, multidimensional geodata from different sources. This characterises a major problem of effectively and universally adding value to data in order to turn it into usable and visible information. In this talk, I will present a service-oriented approach to a novel interpretation of geographic information systems (GIS) coupled with an insight into the complex work involved by an international and interdisciplinary R&D project focusing on the infrastructural and statistical capture and utilisation of an entire region in the Middle East.

11.12.2019 - Christian Adriano

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18.12.2019 - Lukas Wenzel

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08.01.2020 - Muhammad Abdullah

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15.01.2020 - Vladeta Stojanovic

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22.01.2020 - tbd

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29.01.2020 - tbd

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05.02.2020 - tbd

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