PhD Theses

  1. Wettinger, Johannes (2017): Gathering solutions and providing APIs for their orchestration to implement continuous software delivery.
  2. Breitenbücher, Uwe (2016): Eine musterbasierte Methode zur Automatisierung des Anwendungsmanagements.
  3. Kopp, Oliver (2016): Partnerübergreifende Geschäftsprozesse und ihre Realisierung in BPEL.
  4. Fehling, Christoph (2015): Cloud computing patterns: identification, design, and application.
  5. Binz, Tobias (2015): Crawling enterprise topologies for automated migration of applications - a cloud perspective.
  6. Schumm, David (2015): Views on business processes with closer examination of Compliance.
  7. Nowak, Alexander (2014): Green Business Process Management : method und realization.
  8. Schleicher, Daniel (2014): Modelling compliant business processes.
  9. Eberle, Hanna (2014): Process building bricks.
  10. Wieland, Matthias (2013): Methods for modeling and execution of context-aware workflows in production environments.
  11. Roller, Dieter (2013): Throughput improvements for BPEL engines : implementation techniques and measurements applied to SWoM.
  12. Ma, Zhilei (2012): Process fragments: enhancing reuse of process logic in BPEL process models.
  13. Nitzsche, Jörg (2011): BPELlight: improved flexibility of process models by decoupling process logic and interface specification.
  14. Mietzner, Ralph (2010): A method and implementation to define and provision variable composite applications, and its usage in cloud computing.
  15. Martin, Daniel (2010): A tuplespace based execution model for decentralized workflow enactment : applied for BPEL.
  16. Scheibler, Thorsten (2010): Executable integration patterns.
  17. Wutke, Daniel (2010): An infrastructure supporting decentralized execution of BPEL processes.
  18. Vanhatalo, Jussi (2009): Process Structure Trees.
  19. Zimmermann, Olaf (2009): An architectural decision modeling framework for service oriented architecture design.
  20. Khalaf, Rania (2008): Supporting business process fragmentation while maintaining operational semantics : a BPEL perspective.