Technische Universität München

Technische Universität München

Technische Universität München (TUM) is a leading European and German university that has a strong record as research and entrepreneurial institute. TUM counts 37.343 students that study on 13 faculties with 9.876 employees. The computer science faculty has been rated as leading in Germany according the Shanghai Ranking. 40 professors and 395 researchers are employed at the computer science faculty and 3555 students are currently enrolled. The 13 faculties at TUM span a vast amount of research disciplines.

The Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) chair is part of the TUM computer science faculty. Founded in 2002, sebis has a strong focus on collaboration platforms, social software and enterprise architecture management topics. Such research activities include theoretical as well as practical issues. The members of the chair regularly publish their results in major international conferences on information systems research and computer science. Currently, the chair is involved national and international research projects.

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Role in the project

Technische Universität München leads the work regarding the research and development of the WP3. In particular, TUM will leverage its experience in process modelling techniques and software engineering to deliver an integrated Smart Adaptive Case Management (SACM) system for health care professionals that orchestrates the related patient Self-Management System (SMS).

The Technische Universität München Team

Florian Matthes holds the chair Software Engineering for Business Information Systems at Technische Universität München. The current focus of his research is on technologies driving the digital transformation of enterprises and societies: Enterprise architecture management, service platform and ecosystem modelling, collaborative model-based working environments and semantic analysis of legal texts (LexAlyze).

He is co-founder and chairman of the board of CoreMedia(1996) and infoAsset  (1999), and scientific advisor of UnternehmerTUM, the center of innovation and business creation at TU München.

As member of the Münchner Kreis, member of the advisory board of the Ernst Denert-Stiftung für Software Engineering, advisor of the software architecture working group of the Gesellschaft für Informatik and initiator and organizer of  two workshop and conference series in the area of enterprise architecture he puts special emphasis on the cooperation between practitioners and scientists in informatics and information systems.

Earlier stations of his academic career are the Goethe-University Frankfurt (Diploma 1988)  the University of Hamburg(PhD 1992), the Digital Systems Research Center (now HP SRC Classic) in Palo Alto, USA (Researcher 1992-1993), and  the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg (Associate Professor 1997-2002).

Until 2010 he served as dean of studies at the Faculty for Informatics and member of the teaching board of TU München.

Felix Michel joined the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems at the Technical University Munich in March 2015. He holds a M.Sc. Business Information Systems. During his studies, he visited the Computer Science Department of the University of Helsinki and the Information Sciences Institute of the University of Southern California.

Patrick Holl is a research associate at the chair of Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) at the Technische Universität München since June 2016. He holds a master degree in Computing Science from the Technical University of Munich (TUM).