Martin Henkel and Ilia Bider demonstrated the teaching concept of Apprenticeship Simulation at the EDOC conference in Stockholm. Apprenticeship Simulation makes use of multi-media sources to present realistic cases that the student can work with. The concept is specially designed for teaching subjects which include both tacit and explicit knowledge, such as Enterprise Modelling (EM). As a part of the demonstration, a Case-Based Immersive Learning Environment used for teaching at Stockholm University was shown.
Today Andrea Andrenucci nailed his PhD thesis. (Spikning av avhandling)
Andrea nailing his PhD thesis
Co-supervisor Sumithra Velupillai on Skype and supervisor Hercules Dalianis holding the laptop.
Don’t miss to register for The Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC 2018) at Frescati, 7-9 Nov 2018. Interesting talks as well as exciting panels in Clinical text mining and Fake news and troll detection with invited experts.
Hello everyone! Hope you all are having a lovely time. 🙂
I am Mahbub Ul Alam. I’ve recently started as a PhD student in the Clinical Text Mining Group here at DSV. My supervisors are professor Hercules Dalianis and Dr. Aron Henriksson at DSV.
My research interest is in Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing of Healthcare Data. My research involves designing novel deep learning architectures that address the challenges to make better use of heterogeneous healthcare data, in particular, free-text clinical notes, for ultimately supporting healthcare by improving patient safety and reducing healthcare costs.
I have a master’s degree at the Institute of Natural Language Processing (IMS), University of Stuttgart, Germany. In my master’s thesis, I worked to understand the hidden layer mechanisms of deep neural networks in natural language processing (automatic speech recognition) domain.
I have a bit of work experience in software engineering at Samsung Research and Development Institute Bangladesh.
I believe in diversity, and love to explore new and fresh technological innovations. I like to think that every aspect of my previous experiences are helping me to move forward for my future career. I always keep in mind that, the central principle of my life is ‘Let all of us prosper together.’
The people are super nice and friendly here, and I am looking forward to working together with all of you at DSV.
Let all of us prosper together. 🙂
Mahbub Ul Alam
On June 4, 2018 our colleague Parisa Aasi, PhD student in IT Management and Governance group at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully her doctoral thesis entitled: “Information Technology Governance: The Role of Organizational Culture and Structure”. Her PhD thesis is available to be downloaded at the following link: http://su.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1195170/FULLTEXT01.pdf
On behalf of research group in IT Management and Governance I would like to congratulate Parisa Aasi for this great achievement. Some pictures from this event are included below.
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A new book on participatory enterprise modeling (EM) will come out later this summer.
This book is intended for anybody who wants to learn more about how to facilitate participatory modeling in practice and how to set up and carry out enterprise modeling projects. It does not require any in-depth knowledge about specific EM methods and tools, and can be used by students and lecturers for courses on participatory modeling, and by practitioners wanting to extend their knowledge of social and organizational topics to become an experienced facilitator and EM project manager.
J.Stirna, A.Persson: Enterprise Modeling: Facilitating the Process and the People, Springer, 2018, link
On May 14, 2018, Parisa Aasi has nailed her PhD thesis at DSV. Parisa Aasi is a PhD student in IT Management and Governance group at DSV and her PhD defence will take place on June 4, 2018 at 13.00 in L50 at DSV. A copy of her PhD thesis entitled “Information Technology Governance: The Role of Organizational Culture and Structure” is available to be downloaded at the following link http://su.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1195170/FULLTEXT01.pdf
A paper written by Parisa Aasi, Lazar Rusu, Dorothy Leidner, Erik Perjons and Corrales Estrada Martha and entitled “What is the role of organizational culture in IT governance performance of collaborative virtual networks?” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance, Vol. 9, Issue 1, IGI Global, 2018.
A paper written by Filip Johansson and Lazar Rusu and entitled “Barriers to Agility in a Large Company’s IT Organization” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy, Vol. 10, Issue 1, IGI Global, 2019.
A paper written by Gideon Mekonnen Jonathan and Lazar Rusu and entitled “eGovernment Adoption Determinants from Citizens’ Perspective: A Systematic Literature Review” has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy, Vol. 10, Issue 1, IGI Global, 2019.