Informatics is a rousing research area. The continuous enhancement of methods and tools and the innovations are a challenge to graduates and constitute an essential part of the motivation of doctoral candidates.
The dissertation is the core artefact to demonstrate that doctoral candidates are qualified for performing independent research. Consequently, topics for PHD-thesis are usually developed in a dialogue between the candidate and the supervisor.
The following list shows a variety of different research topics:
- Workflow Management System
- Temporal Data-Warehouses
- Deductive Databases
Please contact Prof. Johann Eder if you are interested in pursuing your Ph.D.-work at AAU-Klagenfurt’s Institutes of Informatics.
Current PhD Theses
Lubas, Josef: Temporal Aspects of Legal Smart Contracts. 2020.
Finished PhD Theses
Berberi, Lisana: A novel approach for analyzing business process variants. 2021.
Franceschetti, Marco: Temporal Variables for Business Process Modeling. 2020.
Ciglic, Margareta: Time Management for Workflows with Loops. 2020.
Dabringer, Claus: Efficient Local and Distributed Query Processing in a Biomedical Environment. 2012.
Köpke, Julius: Declarative Semantic Annotations for XML Document Transformations and their Maintenance. 2012.
Kerschbaumer, Nico: View-Based Interorganizational Workflows. 2011.
Wiggisser, Karl: Structure Versions in Temporal Data Warehouses: Identification, Management and Transformation. 2008.
Pichler, Horst: Time Management for Workflow Systems A Probabilistic Approach for Basic and Advanced Control Flow Structures. 2007.
Lehmann, Marek: Data Access in Workflow Management Systems. 2005.
Gruber, Wolfgang: Modeling and Transformation of Worksflows with Temporal Constraints. 2003.
Koncilia, Christian: The COMET Temporal Data Warehouse. 2003.
Liebhart, Walter: Fehler- und Ausnahmebehandlung im Workflow Management. 1998.