|Robert’s research focus is conceptual modelling and formal methods and techniques. He is also interested in software engineering, theoretical computer science and programming languages. He is highly interested and active in the field of software tools supporting the listed areas.|
All contact information may be found at Robert’s FIT homepage.
Merging of business and formalisation: colours of life with the beauty of structures and mathematics.
Work experience and affiliations
|since 2011||Faculty of Information Technologies, Czech Technical University: assistant professor at Dept. of Software Engineering
|since 2006|| Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague: part time assistant professor at Dept. of Information Engineering
|since 2008||Freelance IT Consultant
|2004 – 2008||Deloitte Advisory, s.r.o.: Consultant in Management Consulting Dept.
|2003 – 2008|| Ph.D. in Information Management
Faculty of Economics and Management, Czech University of Life Sciences
|1997 – 2003|| Master degree (Ing.) in Computer Science
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical Univesity
|2011 – 2015||Protecting Cultural Heritage from Floods: project funded by Ministry of Culture of Czech Republic|
|2006 – 2011||Intelligent Tools for Knowledge Management (IZMAN): project funded by Ministry of Education of Czech Republic.
|2006 – 2008||Ambient Intelligence for Managerial Decision Support (AMIMADES): project funded by Czech Grant Agency.|
Most important publications
- Vaníček J., Papík M., Pergl R., Vaníček T.: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, Kernberg Publishing 2008, ISBN 978-80-87168-06-6
- Pergl R., Tůma J.: OpenCASE – A Tool for Ontology-Centred Conceptual Modelling, In: Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Springer Verlag, Berlin 2012
Pergl R.: Modelling and Prototyping of Business Applications based on Multilevel Domain-Specific Language, In: Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, pp. 173-191, Springer Verlag, Berlin 2011
Pergl R.: Supporting Enterprise IS Modelling using Ontological Analysis, In: Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, pp. 173-191, Springer Verlag, Berlin 2011
Struska Z., Pergl R.: BORM-points: Introduction and Results of Practical Testing In: ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, vol. 24, pp. 590-599, SPRINGER-VERLAG 2009, ISBN 978-3-642-01346-1
Pícka M., Pergl R.: Gradual modeling of information system – Model of method expressed as transitions between concepts In: 8th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2006) Proceedings, INSTICC-INST SYST TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION CONTROL & COMMUNICATION, 2006, ISBN 972-8865-43-0
- Chair of EOMAS 2014 and EOMAS 2015.
- Secretary of AIS-SIGMAS
- Member of the board of reviewers of international conferences EOMAS 2012, EOMAS 2013.
- Member of the board of reviewers of Informatics section of Agrarian Perspectives conference.
- Certificate of Training: Business Process Management Advanced (Intalio)
- DEMO Master Certificate (Enterprise Engineering Institute)
Other projects and practice
- IT assessments, business-IT alignment.
- Business process engineering.
- Knowledge engineering.
- Analysis, design and implementation of web and software applications.