A missão do DEI é contribuir para o desenvolvimento da sociedade, promovendo um ensino superior de excelência na área da Engenharia Informática, nas vertentes de graduação e pós-graduação, levando para tal a cabo actividades de Investigação, Desenvolvimento e Inovação ao nível dos mais elevados padrões internacionais.
3 Março 2015, 17:01 - Maria Lucilia Gonçalves Abreu
Two positions (post-doc and PhD) are open at GAIPS (Intelligent Agents and Synthetic Characters Group -Â http://gaips.inesc-id.pt/) for participation in the RAGE - Realizing an Applied Gaming Eco-system, project (ref. H2020-ICT-2014-1/644187), financed by European Commission under Horizon 2020 Program.
We are looking for people to develop novel socio-emotional models of behaviour for virtual characters with application in role-play characters and interactive storytelling for serious games. Find more details in the links below:
The application deadline is March 25.
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25 Fevereiro 2015, 14:51 - Ana Maria de Almeida Nogueira Marques
Título: Value-oriented Enterprise Transformation: Design and Engineering of Value Networks
Candidato: João Pedro Marques Pombinho Nº 49678/D
Presidente de Júri: Professor João Emílio Segurado Pavão Martins
Orientador: Professor José Manuel Salvador Nunes Tribolet
Professor Jorge Luciano Cláudio Sanz
Professor Marc Martijn Lankhorst
Professor João Bernardo de Sena Esteves Falcão e Cunha
Professor Pedro Manuel Moreira Vaz Antunes de Sousa
Professor Diogo Manuel Ribeiro Ferreira
Data e local: Dia 06 de Março de 2015 às 09h30 no Anfiteatro PA-3 (Piso -1, Pav. de Matemática) do IST
Abstract: Modern enterprises struggle to cope with their structural complexity as artificial systems and their role as participants in value networks. Particularly, it is non-trivial to represent and align two distinct dimensions: the (dynamic) purpose and goals of the enterprise, and its construction, shaped by implementation constraints and decisions.
Current enterprise modelling approaches have several limitations in addressing this gap, particularly how to express the value perspective of a system in a coherent and traceable way to its constructional components, in order to effectively support change management.
The objective of this research is to define a value-oriented system development method supported by sound theory that contributes to address these issues, grounded in the Business Modelling and Enterprise Engineering knowledge areas.
The main design artefacts of the thesis are a set of formal models to specify value networks and a process to build and change those networks systematically. These artefacts allow specifying the contribution of an individual actor, the bindings between two actors that exchange these contributions and, finally, the multi-actor chains that form value networks.
The utility of the design artefacts is demonstrated by informed argument and modelling the value perspective of a system in a set of case studies.
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