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Sebis presents its Blockchain reserach at the Blockchain Day on July 18th

 im Rahmen unseres Blockchain Day am 18. Juli 2019 an der Technischen Universität München stellen der Lehrstuhl für Software Engineering betrieblicher Informationssysteme (Prof. Dr. Florian Matthes) und die Professur für Embedded Systems and Internet of Things (Prof. Dr. Sebastian Steinhorst) praxisrelevante Ergebnisse aus aktuellen Forschungsarbeiten vor und hoffen auf Feedback, Austausch sowie neue spannende Fragestellungen aus der industriellen Praxis. In diesem Workshop gibt es interessante Vorträge und Austauschmöglichkeiten zum interdisziplinären Themenschwerpunkt Blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology und Internet of Things (IoT).


Die Veranstaltung gibt Ihnen auch die Gelegenheit zu fachlichen Diskussionen und zum Networking mit Fachexperten beim anschließenden Get-Together ab 18:00 Uhr.


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The next Sebis Workshop will take place on 19th September 2019

Our next sebis Workshop will take place on the 19th September 2019. At the workshop, the doctoral students at our chair present their current research to industry partners, hoping for feedback and new insights into practice-related questions. Topics that will be covered are Enterprise Architecture Management, Software Platforms, Blockchain, Scaling Agile Practices, Legal Tech, and Text Mining. After the presentations, participants will have the chance to further discuss interesting topics and network during the sebis Stammtisch. 

Additional information can be found here:

Article about joint research published by our industry partner Haufe Group

The sebis chair has been researching the utilization of artificial intelligence in order to improve legal research for several years. As a part of this effort, a joint research project with the Haufe Group has been established. In particular the semantic text matching problem as well as semantic search technologies were explored. More information about this research is also available here. Most recently, our industry partner was able to successfully transfer the gained knowledge and technologies into its own business. 

As a reuslt, Haufe Group published an interesting article about our project and findings. The article is available at

Three papers published at ICEIS 2019

Three papers from the sebis chair have been published at the  21th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS):

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Paper titled Establishing Architecture Guidelines in Large-Scale Agile Development Through Institutional Pressures by Ömer Uludag, Sascha Nägele, and Matheus Hauder accepted at AMCIS 2019

Abstract: In today’s business environments, organizations are confronted with rapid technological advancements, regulatory uncertainties, and time-to-market pressures. The ability to detect relevant changes and to react timely and effectively becomes an important determinant for business survival. As a result, companies are striving to adopt agile methods on a larger scale to meet these requirements. The adoption of agile methods at scale poses new challenges such as inter-team coordination and communication, balancing intentional and emergent architecture or coordinating various development activities to produce desirable enterprise-wide effects. The latter can be addressed by applying architecture principles and guidelines. However, there is a lack of academic research on how architecture principles can be created and applied in large-scale agile development. Based on a mixed methods research design, this paper proposes a tool supported collaborative approach for establishing architecture principles and guidelines in an agile fashion.