PhD, SAFe® 5.0 SPC, PMP IBM Data Science Professional MIT Digital Transformation Certificate
Dr. Barjis planned, prepared, and coached a dozen of Agile Transformation programs, trained over 2000 students and professionals in academic and corporate settings, including 300+ professionals in Agile certification courses.
Published over 25 journal articles and editorials in high impact journals; 17 book chapters; 18 edited books- proceedings; 10 Special Issues Editor; 60+ papers in peer refereed conference.
He developed series of new courses, including two iconic courses in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose State University: Agile System Engineering; Enterprise Engineering.
Also Eduard Babkin has been working in IT industry, he has more than twenty years of practical experience in architecting, software design and project management of complex distributed information systems.
In 1993 Eduard Babkin obtained BS degree in Informatics and started the academic carrier as a lecturer. In 2007 Eduard Babkin obtained his PhD degree in Computer Science in National Institute of Applied Sciences (Rouen, France). Since that time he has been carried out scientific research in enterprise engineering, multi-agent systems, knowledge management as a principal investigator or a team lead of various grant-supported scientific projects. Key results of the research were published in more than 60 peer-reviewed papers and several books.
Currently Eduard Babkin is mostly interested in multidisciplinary studies where advances of conceptual modelling, distributed algorithms and multi-agent systems were fused with corresponding domains of sociology and economics. He also provides courses in System Analysis, Decision Support Systems and Conceptual Modelling within the Business-Informatics master program, as well as supervises two PhD students.
The research Russell completes is applied, with an emphasis on bridging the gap between academic theory and industrial practice. His current research interests include socio-technical systems modelling/analysis, augmented reality & sensor systems.
He is currently responsible for a number of research projects, including an innovate RCUK KTP with SmartRoof on design process optimisation, and a RCUK AHRC project on Kinesemiotics in collaboration with the DFG and the University of Bremen.
Master and Doctoral Consortium Chair
In 1996 Pavel Malyzhenkov obtained BS degree in Business Informatics and Automated Management Systems. In 1999 and 2011 he obtained the Ph.D. degrees in Russia (State University "Lobachevskiy", Nizhni Novgorod) and Italy (University of Florence) respectively. His research interests regard the studies in enterprise engineering field with particular reference to flexible organizational models and advanced methods of business value creation.
Vojta is a founding member of the EOMAS (enterprise organisation modeling and simulation) workshop and the SIGMAS (special interest group on modelling and simulation) at the AIS which are contents predecessors of MOBA. Vojta is professionally interested in object-based programming languages and object-oriented methods and tools for modeling and simulation, is primarily involved in the pure object-oriented programming in Smalltalk, Apple technology, and is an co-author of the BORM method on the object-oriented analysis and simulation of organisational and business systems based on finite-state automata.
Apart from his publishing work, Dr. Pergl is also a representative in the CIAO! Enterprise Engineering Network and National Node Committee member of ELIXIR Czech Republic.