Ökonomie und Technologie der eOrganisation/en
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The research group "eOrganization" at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute for Applied Informatics (AIFB), explores the emerging research field of "Cloud Service Engineering". Building on foundations from software engineering, Web engineering, distributed systems and service science, the group explores models, methods, and middleware technology for cloud computing and service-oriented computing.
The main focus of research and expertise of the group are in the areas of
- Cloud Computing: Cloud Services (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), Cloud Storage, Cloud Application Architecture, Cloud programming models, Cloud migration and decision modeling
- Service Engineering: Web Architecture and APIs, Open collaboration platforms, Data & Service Mashups, Service Networks (Value creation, BPM, BAM), Service feature modeling
The group follows an interdisciplinary approach and works in collaboration with industry and within national and international research projects.
The group engages in the Karlsruhe School of Services (KSOS) at KIT and the KIT research focus COMMputation.
The eOrganization group works in very close cooperation with the FZI Research Center for Information Technology, Information and Process Engineering Department (IPE) in Karlsruhe and the newly established FZI Office in Berlin-Mitte.
eOrg-Videos (e.g. tool demos) on Youtube
Angewandte Informatik II: Informatiksysteme für den eCommerce (takes place in summer semester)
Service-oriented Computing 1 (takes place in winter semester)
Cloud Computing (takes place in winter semester)
Seminars and Practical Courses
eOrganization: Cloud Service Engineering (takes place in summer and winter semester)
Internet of Things and Services (takes place in summer semester)
Seminarpraktikum Web Services (takes place in winter semester)
Seminarpraktikum Cloud Information Logistics (takes place in summer semester)
For more information on current research topics or student assistant job offerings in the eOrganization group, please contact Michael Menzel.