With the kind help of Codiscent, we are getting experience with their advanced Projective Technologies. Right now, 2 interesting bachelor thesis are being elaborated and we are getting ready for joint industrial projects. Stay tuned ;-).
FIT became an official academic partner of Pharo Consortium. This news has been advised on the Consortium pages.
Our membership will help our students, teachers and researchers via better access to events, knowledge and experience of academic-industrial communities developing pure object technology.
For us it is then the possibility of honorary membership commitment to be part of a contribution to this action.
Our cooperation with the University of Antwerp2 continues successfully – we managed to conclude an agreement providing mutual trips of teachers and students under the Erasmus program.
- Marek Skotnica – bachelor thesis focused on the implementation of the Action Model to DEMO Engine developed ForMetis.
- Finalizing education-simulation portal https://www.demoworld.nl (CCM participates in beta testing).
- From next week we start a project focusing on the application DEMO in Governance, Risk & Compliance.
Robert Pergl and Martin Podloucký last week visited the Department of Management Information Systems, Faculty of Applied Economics, University of Antwerp. With the department represented by prof. John Verelst we found a number of very synergistic with the CCM issues, especially enterprise engineering and software engineering based on conceptual approach.
On the department are working on a big breakthrough in software engineering over the past several decades, perhaps: applying the theory of normalized Systems (NS) on the sustainable development of large information systems. Although sustainability is a traditional theme, approach, what we saw in Antwerp it is unique in that it is exact and provable. From this approach arise exact criteria to judge whether a particular software system is sustainable or not and in what order to increase the number of necessary changes in the system over time.
The theory is practically applied in a spin-off company NSX, which has developed a code generator based on ANN theory. Information systems developed using this technology are already being used successfully in large Belgian firms and government sectors.
Finally, the visit was formulated topics for cooperation between Antwerp and CCM in the field of education, science and research and cooperation on code generators. The research and application topics will be addressed in the form of student theses, doctoral and postdoctoral topics. Watch page for more details.
A joint effort of FIT and Profinit was successful in applying for a project funded by the Technology Agency of Czech Republic. The project is named “Tools for Automation of Quality Assurance of Vast Business Intelligence Systems and Data Warehouses”.
CCM is a part of the FIT project team. Our part are several conceptual topics dealing with analysis, design and also implementation. Check our web pages for more updates soon.