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Ronny Seiger

Ronny Seiger

Ronny Seiger

Prof. Dr.

Assistant Professor in Software Systems Programming and Development

Institute of Computer Science (ICS-HSG)
Büro 61-460
Rosenbergstrasse 30
9000 St. Gallen
Main Focuses

Computer Science

Software Engineering Methods and Techniques

Fields of research

Software Engineering

Internet of Things

Cyber-physical Systems

Business Process Management

Further fields of research

Industry 4.0

Complex Event Processing

Robotics

Systems Engineering

Mixed Reality

Software Architecture

Education

Diploma in Computer Science, TU Dresden, Germany (2011)

PhD in Computer Science, TU Dresden, Germany (2018)

Teaching Activities
  • Advanced Software and Systems Engineering (Master Computer Science)
  • Event-driven and Process-oriented Architectures (Master Computer Science)
  • Design of Software Systems (Bachelor Computer Science)
  • Event-driven and Process-oriented Applications for IoT (Master Business Innovation)
  • Fundamentals of Computer Science (Bachelors International Affairs and Economics)
  • Coding and Artifical Intelligence (Executive MBA)
Projects

ProAmbitIon: Online Process Conformance Checking with Ambiguities Driven by the Internet of Things (SNF Spirit, 2022-2025)

Additional Information

Ronny Seiger received his Diploma in computer science from Technische Universität Dresden, Germany in 2011, and his PhD in 2018. He has been a research assistant at the Software Engineering of Ubiquitous Systems group from 2012 to 2015 and at the Software Technology group from 2015 to 2019, both at TU Dresden. From 2019 to 2022 Ronny Seiger has been working as a Post-Doc at the Chair for Software Systems Programming and Development at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Since 2022 he is an Assistant Professor for Computer Science with focus on Software Engineering Methods and Techniques at the University of St.Gallen. His research interests include software engineering and software architecture, workflows and processes, Cyber-physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT), as well as robotics and distributed systems. His main research is at the intersection of business process management (BPM), software engineering, and IoT with a focus on applying BPM technologies for analyzing and automating processes in Cyber-physical systems.

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