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Thursday, 25 April 2013 10:40

PhD Thesis on Business Process Compliance

On April 25, 2013 Linh Thao Ly successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled

“SeaFlows - A Compliance Checking Framwork for Supporting the Process Lifecycle”

at the University of Ulm, Germany. The DBIS team is pleased to congratulate Thao on her successful PhD defense and wishes her all the best for his future. Thao's PhD advisor and PhD promotor has been Prof. Dr. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (DBIS alumni, see picture together with Thao).

2013-04-25 Thao Defense

In her PhD, Thao Ly developed a framework for supporting business process compliance along the complete process lifecycle. Starting with the process design phase, SeaFlows provides solutions for capturing compliance requirements and for enriching process models with imposed compliance rules. Going beyond pure compliance rule documentation, SeaFlows enables the verification of process models but also already running process instances against imposed compliance rules.
Thao's did her research in the context of the Seaflows project, partially funded by DFG and conducted in close cooperation with the University of Vienna, Research Group Workflow Systems and Technology.


Members of the PhD committee:

  •     Prof. Dr. Uwe Schöning (Chairman)
  •     Prof. Dr. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (Promotor and First Referee)
  •     Prof. i.R. Dr. Friedrich W. von Henke (Second Referee)
  •     Prof. Dr. Mathias Weske (External Referee)
  •     Prof. Dr. Helmut Partsch (Core committee member)
  •     Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert (Core committee member)
  •     Prof. Dr. Peter Dadam (Core committee member)
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