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Ömer Uludağ

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Faculty of Informatics
Chair of Informatics 19
Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis)    

Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching bei München, Germany

Phone  +49 89 289-17141
Fax +49 89 289-17136
Email oemer.uludag [at]


Room FMI 01.12.038
Office hours: by appointment


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Curriculum Vitae

Mr. Uludağ joined the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems at the Technical University Munich in April 2016. He holds a M.Sc. in Information Systems.


Research Interests

Enterprise Architecture Management

Scaled Agile Organizations

Big Data


Platform Architecture Monitoring



[Am17]Amini, S.; Beckers, K.; Böhm, M.; Busch, F.; Celikkaya, N.; Cozzolino V.; Faber, A.; Haus, M.; Huth, D.; Kemper, A.; Kipf, A.; Krcmar H.; Matthes, F.; Ott, J.; Prehofer, C.; Pretschner, A.; Uludağ Ö.; Wörndl, W.: Informatikforschung für digitale Mobilitätsplattformen: Am Beispiel des TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility, Informatik-Spektrum, 2017.
[Kl17Kleehaus, M.; Uludağ, Ö.; Matthes, F.: Towards a Multi-Layer IT Infrastructure Monitoring Approach based on Enterprise Architecture Information, 2nd Workshop on Continuous Software Engineering, Hannover, 2017.
[Sa16] Sandkuhl, K.; Fill, H.-G.; Hoppenbrouwers, S.; Krogstie, J.; Leue, A.; Matthes, F.; Opdahl, A.; Schwabe, G.; Uludağ, Ö.; Winter, R.: Enterprise Modelling for the Masses - From Elitist Discipline to Common Practice, accepted for 9th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on The Practice of Enterprise Modeling (PoEM), Skövde, Sweden, 2016.
[Ul16b] Uludağ, Ö.; Hefele, S.; Matthes, F.: Platform and Ecosystem Governance, TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility State of the Art Report, Pages 1 - 24, München, Germany, 2016.
[Ul16a] Uludağ, Ö.: Descriptive study and experimental analysis of the ELK stack applicability for Big Data use cases - Master's ThesisTechnische Universität München, Munich, Germany, 2016.


Research Projects

EAM-Initiative - The Open EAM Knowledge Platform
Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) is a complex and hard to grab topic. This is due to a huge, unstructured body of knowledge which is constantly growing and the existence of different language communities, which emerged over time. Due to these circumstances, there is no definition of state-of-the-art EAM foundations relevant to practitioners. Also, there are high entrance barriers for young scholars. To address this issue, a group of eight EAM experts founded the As the mission statement states, this is „… an open Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) platform ... [which] guides you to examples from practice and to reusable study material based on a consolidated conceptual foundation. We want to make EAM accessible to a wider audience and to advance the effectiveness of EA initiatives based on contributions from the EA community.“ more here ...

TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility
The aim of this project is to deliver innovative contributions regarding the design, the architecture, and the scalable realization of an open, vendor independence digital mobility platform. This platform will be developed in a close cooperation with leading companies and will offer small and medium-sized companies a marketplace to develop and operate digital mobility services with substantial lower financial, organization and technical effort with the option of networking. more here ...

Platform Ecosystem and Governance
The aim of this work package is the development, implementation, documentation and critical reflection of the governance processes for the TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility in the course of the project. In particular, it will be investigated, to which degree these governance processes and methods support the subsequent operation of the mobility platform and the controlled evolution of the ecosystem. more here ...



Term Level Title Type Role

WS 2016/2017

Master Strategisches IT-Management & Enterprise Architecture Management Lecture Advisor

SS 2016


Web Application Engineering



SS 2016


EAM Miniprojekte