Last updated: 16 June 2009
Martin Vasko is currently working as a research assistent at the Technical University of Vienna. He received his Master of Computer Science (MSc) in 2005. His research interest is focused on Workflow Analysis and Business process optimization.
Praktikum or Master Thesis: Mobile Workflow Applications - Workflow Design on mobile devices-->Contact me<--
- Internship (with thesis) - Projektpraktikum (mit Bakkalaureatsarbeit)
- ASP.NET and Windows Workflow Foundation
- Rich Internet Applications (Adobe Flex)
- WS BPEL - based process analysis
- Finished Internships:
- Alexander Körpert
Alexander implemented a workflow application by the use of the Windows Workflow Foundation (introduced in the .NET 3.0 framework).
- Max Demmelbauer
- Alexander Ahammer
Alex participated in the development of the expressFlow - Framework. His work was focused on the Adobe Flex based process designer.
- Alexander Bruckner
Alex developed a WADL generator and a Windows Workflow code generator as part of expressREST
- Ernst Oberortner
- Hannes Kaiser
Hannes developed a BPEL4People - aware process analysis framework based on .NET.
- Foundations for scientific work [german]
expressFlow provides a platform to design, administrate and share processes.
Feel free to sign up and use the designer, but please note: This prototype is currently ALPHA ;).
We deployed this version for testing purposes only...
To get an overview of the platform the following links might be of interest:
- Getting Started Guide of expressFlow (with a short video)
- A 20 min step-by-step guide to design processes in teams [Part 1, Part 2]
- Questions or feedback of any kind is VERY welcome and can be done by mail or via a feedback form
A sample process represented by the use of the Process Viewer:
Conference Proceedings / Workshops
Vasko, M . (2005). Workflow modeling languages - commonalities and differences , Institute for Information Systems, Vienna University of Technology, December 2005.