Der Förderverein der Technischen Fakultät an der Universität Klagenfurt und die Wirtschaftskammer Kärnten laden Sie anlässlich des 35jährigen Bestehens des Fördervereins herzlich ein: Dienstag, 28. Februar 2023 Beginn: 18.00 Uhr Eventplateau der Raiffeisen Landesbank Kärnten Raiffeisenplatz 1, 9020 Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
Es erwartet Sie, neben Ehrungen des Roland-Mittermeir-Preises und der TEWI-Best-Performer, eine interessante Keynote zum Thema Cyberkriminalität und Cybersicherheit von Gerald Reischl – Autor des Buches „Internet of Crimes.“ Begrüßung Mag. Christian Inzko Förderverein TEWI
Grußworte Mag. Georg Messner Vorstandsdirektor Raiffeisen Landesbank Kärnten
Ehrungen Best Performer und Roland-Mittermeir-Preise für 2019-2021
Internet of Crimes – Herausforderungen für Unternehmen
Ob Gesundheit, Transport oder Industrie, ob Landwirtschaft, Automobilität oder Luftfahrt – keine Branche ist vor Hackern sicher.
Der Technologie-Experte Gerald Reischl hat sich intensiv mit dem Thema auseinandergesetzt und den bislang größten Überblick evidenzbasierter Fakten über die Welt der Cyberkriminellen und ihrer Methoden zusammengetragen.
Im Anschluss sind Sie recht herzlich zu Snacks & Getränken eingeladen!
Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme.
Mag. Christian Inzko Förderverein TEWI
Für die organisatorischen Vorbereitungen ersuchen wir um Ihre Rückmeldung bis 20. Februar 2023 Margit.Letter@aau.at. Herzlichen Dank.
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Abstract: Conceptual modeling activities need to integrate software and data quality at the same level of abstraction as the functionality of the system or the data itself (a conceptualization of quality). This need is related to the fact that looking at the problem domain to obtain its conceptual model only from the view of the system’s functionality or the structure of the associated data restricts the analyst and can be the source of mistakes. The reason for such mistakes is that many quality-related issues become only evident when the system is put into use; on the other hand, such mistakes are parts of the early design decisions and can be difficult and costly to fix. This thesis summarizes several selected publications of a research program towards elaborating conceptualizations of software and data quality on different stages of the software development process and for different domains. This program addresses five research challenges. The first challenge is related to the need for the unified classification of the quality conceptualization techniques based on the agreed-upon concept of the quality itself. Without such a classification it is difficult for analysts to decide which quality conceptualization solution is better suited for their problem. This is addressed in the thesis by proposing the classification of such techniques, which can serve as a foundation for the evaluation framework for quality conceptualizations; the rest of the thesis is aligned with this classification. The second challenge is positioned at the intersection of the research fields of static code analysis and requirement engineering. It is related to the problem that the rationale of applying code-checking rules in static code analysis is not captured explicitly, which leads to the problems of rule reuse in similar development contexts. In this thesis, it is proposed to trace possible sources of such rules back to design decisions and quality requirements and to conceptualize the qualityrelated rationale information along with specific code-checking rules to serve as a schema for a rule repository. The third challenge is positioned in the research field of quality-aware requirements engineering. It is related to the problem that more attention should be paid to conceptualizing software quality requirements before performing design-time activities. It is addressed in the thesis by the quality requirements conceptualization activity positioned between the activities of quality requirements elicitation and conceptual design. The results of this activity can be used at different stages of the software process, capturing the quality requirements semantics in a way that can be easily understood and verified by the system users and can be mapped into different design notations. The fourth challenge is positioned in the research field of software process improvement. It is related to the problem that organizing quality-related interaction between business stakeholders and software developers is difficult as they need a common set of concepts. In this thesis, this challenge is addressed by three approaches. First, the thesis proposes to conceptualize the stakeholder interaction process on two levels: a coarse-grained level defining the set of generic quality-related activities and the conditions of launching these activities and a fine-grained level describing specific interaction steps in detail. Second, the thesis proposes to conceptualize such a process as a process of quality view harmonization on three levels: terminology harmonization (agreeing on the common quality-related terminology), view harmonization (agreeing on the sets of objects and the types of their qualities to be assessed, as well as the assessment procedures), and quality harmonization (agreeing on the evaluation schemes and the specific qualities to be used). Third, the thesis introduces a model-centered software solution that facilitates quality-related stakeholder communication in the software development process based on these concepts. The fifth challenge is positioned in the research field of data modeling and management for a specific domain (biobanking). It is related to the problem that the quality of data and metadata in biobanks is not properly defined on the conceptual level and that such conceptualizations are not used to facilitate the biobank search. In this thesis, it is again addressed by three approaches. First, the thesis conceptualizes the data item quality in biobanks and defines a set of data item quality characteristics and metrics. Second, the thesis proposes a definition and a conceptualization for the metadata in biobanks, which covers stored data item quality values, and defines a set of metadata quality characteristics and metrics. Third, the thesis proposes an architecture to support researchers in identifying relevant collections of material and data with documented quality for their research projects while observing strict privacy rules. It is based on the conceptualization of the biobank metadata (including its data item quality values) to serve as a schema for a metadata repository to be queried in a search for collections.
Bio: Volodymyr Shekhovtsov is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Informatics Systems (ISYS), University of Klagenfurt. He received his PhD degree in Computerized Control Systems and Progressive Information Technology in 1998 from the National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kharkiv, Ukraine. As a researcher, since 2012 he participated in total in 5 research projects at the University of Klagenfurt.
He co-authored more than 45 papers, published in journals such as Applied Sciences, Internet of Things, International Journal of Web Information Systems, and gave 27 talks at venues such as ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering (REFSQ), Dagstuhl seminars “Next Generation Domain Specific Conceptual Modeling: Principles and Methods”, and “The Evolution of Conceptual Modeling”. As a teacher, since 1994 he was responsible for 14 university lecture and lab courses in both Ukraine and Austria. His research interests include software, data, and metadata quality, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, behavior modeling and prediction, methods and tools for information system modeling, analysis, and design, source code analysis and quality, and applying decision theory and optimization techniques to software engineering problems.
Welcome to the fourth edition of our Lakeside Talks! We are happy to announce, that the fourth Lakeside Talks will be an on-site event in our beautiful location in the Lakeside Park! Get together with like minded people, listen to great talks and socialize with industry peers.
This time, we have a special treat for everyone – three talks instead of two! And BBQ and craft beer!
We can happily announce the following three speakers:
Lorenz Schmoliner will talk about GitHub actions in action.
Sebastian Reschreiter will cover Hexagonal Architecture
Manuel Herold will convey to you why you should use Flutter
If you can’t make it on person, you can join our livestream over at YouTube.
Radovan Drsata, Head of Center of Expertise, A1 Digital / Exoscale
31.01.2020 | 10:00 | S. 2.37
Also Europe is dominated by US cloud providers. Nonetheless, several purely European providers thrive in this market as well, Exoscale one of them. This presentation will discuss the technical and other prerequisites necessary to make an European Cloud successful. A short live demo will be included as well. The ensuing discussion will give a room for further questions regarding the infrastructure, connectivity, certifications etc. The participants will receive as a bonus a voucher to test Exoscale.
After the presentation, there is the opportunity to join discussions about cooperation options between A1 Digital / Exoscale and Universität Klagenfurt.
The 3rd Klagenfurt Winter Game Jam took place Dec 20-22, 2019 and attracted more than 90 registrations. The event started with talks about the founding of an indie studio – Healing Bullet Games – from students of our master program on Game Studies and Engineering, and about game streaming from Marie Solle. More than 60 jammers then worked on games with the topic Unconventional Travel for the whole weekend, and 16 games where presented on Sunday. All the games of the jam can be found on https://itch.io/jam/3rd-winterjam/entries.
Thanks a lot to all the sponsors who made this possible: Anexia, Bitmovin, Förderverein Technische Fakultät, Imendo, Dynatrace, Alturos Destinations, Sensolligent, and Technische Fakultät der Universität Klagenfurt. Photos and videos are available here.
For the Game Jam organization team,
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The Hüttenjam 2019 is over and it has been a hugely successful event. 26 participants jammed for two days and two nights in four chalets at Marktlalm, on Turracher Höhe. Six games have been developed matching the topic “Can’t see the wood for the trees”. Games ranged from multiplayer hide and seek, to simulations, platformers, stealth, and puzzle games. All games can be found on Itch.io. Besides working on the games we could socialize and network with joint breakfast and lunches and trips to the Nockiflitzer and Panoramaalm. For the motivated participants, there were running sessions in the morning and a hike to Rinsennock.
General feedback by the participants indicated that people wanted to have a second edition next year. Responses on social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram indicated that many more people are interested beyond the ones already attending. For Twitter top tweets had more than 70 likes, with the initial Facebook video we reached more than 700 people within a month, with the latest video we reached more than 70 people in a day.
Thanks a lot to all the sponsors who made this possible: Bitmovin, Förderverein Technische Fakultät, and Technische Fakultät der Universität Klagenfurt. Photos and videos are available here.