Offered Topics

Web IDEs & Language Server Protocol (LSP) – in collaboration with EclipseSource

There is currently a large hype surrounding Web IDEs and the language server protocol (LSP). LSP provides a very flexible and well-proven architecture for implementing textual editors. It allows to reuse editor implementations for different languages by decoupling editor implementations from language implementations in so-called language servers.

Entwicklung von Datenzugriffsmechanismen für CAD Werkzeuginteroperabilität

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has a twofold meaning. On the one hand, it describes the exchange of geometry data enriched by meta-information. On the other hand, it stands for the entire process of interdisciplinary planning of a building – with the simultaneous engagement of all stakeholders in the development of a common model containing all relevant information.

Various topics in the context of B2B electronic commerce

The goal of the current research project ERPEL (E-Business Registry Permitting Enterprise Liaisons) is to provide the necessary infrastructure, allowing enterprises to seamlessly exchange electronic documents between their systems.

Reputationssystem für Web of Needs

Die Basis für die Diplomarbeit bildet Web of Needs (WoN), welches vom Research Studio Smart Agent Technologies (SAT) in Kooperation mit der Business Informatics Group (BIG) der TU Wien entwickelt wird.

Modeling Framework for Smart Production Environments

Model-driven approach to tackle the challenges of vertical and horizontal integration in the production industry.

Integration von Payment-Systemen in Web of Needs

Die Basis für die Diplomarbeit bildet Web of Needs (WoN), welches vom Research Studio Smart Agent Technologies (SAT) in Kooperation mit der Business Informatics Group (BIG) der TU Wien entwickelt wird.

Entwicklung von Datenzugriffsmechanismen für CAD

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has a twofold meaning. On the one hand, it describes the exchange of geometry data enriched by meta-information. On the other hand, it stands for the entire process of interdisciplinary planning of a building – with the simultaneous engagement of all stakeholders in the development of a common model containing all relevant information.