Dr. Claus Pahl

School of Computing
Dublin City University, Ireland.

 

 Tel:     +353 +1 700 5620
 Fax:    +353 +1 700 5442

 EMail: Claus.Pahl-at-computing.dcu.ie


Contents:

Publications ]

[ Research ]

[ Teaching ]

[ CV ]


Courses:

CA668 E-Commerce Infrastructure ]

CA649 Service-Oriented Architecture ]

CA674 Cloud Architecture ]


I am a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computing at Dublin City University.

Research

My main area of research interest is currently Cloud and Service Systems Engineering.The central objective is the development and application of software engineering technologies for dependable software and information systems - combining classical software engineering techniques with domain-specific solutions - for cloud and service architectures in particular. Software architecture is the central perspective. Model-driven development provides the methodological context. The systems engineering perspective, addressing a holistic perspective of software and the systems environment it is embedded in, is of particular importance. I am also a member of the Dependable Systems Group.

Current extensions of the Internet platform - in particular the Cloud, Web Services Framework and the Semantic Web - are elements of my research. The architecture of services and business processes in service-oriented and cloud computing architectures is an area that joins both directions.

The application of information and software technologies for the development and deployment of learning technology systems, but also other application domains is the main focus.

My Google Scholar Profile is here and downloadable publications are here.

Specific Research Areas:

  • Service Architecture Modelling and Evolution: ontology-based architectural description languages to support architecture modelling; graph-based architecture transformation systems; patterns in architecture transformation and evolution; quality and property preservation.
  • Semantic Cloud Brokerage and Interoperability : cloud broker architectures; interoperability solutions for federated clouds; request descriptions and their resolution.
  • Cloud Migration and Adaptation: migration processes and patterns; on-premise to cloud migration; refactoring and re-engineering for migration; evaluation of migration solutions.
  • Mediation/Adaptivity in Service-based Cloud Computing: data integration for on-demand architectures; ontology-based service mediation for on-demand service systems; multi-tenancy SOA and policy-based governance.
  • Dynamic SOA/Cloud Models - Quality and Monitoring: dynamic context-dependent architectural composition, service models at runtime; context ontology for runtime SOA modelling and composition; constraints monitoring; context and constraints for multi-tenancy SOA and SOA governance.
  • Business Process and Service Architecture Integration: layered architectural framework for business process and architecture configuration; IT-architecture alignment; graph-based pattern modelling in business processes; pattern identification and discovery techniques.
  • Ontology-based Information Systems Change and Evolution: ontology evolution; change and evolution patterns; operational support for semantic information systems evolution; change impact analysis.

For details see here .

Professional Activities

The following are some events and activities in 2014 that I am involved in:

Possible MCM Practicums and 3rd/4th Year Projects

  • A description of possible MCM practicums is here.
  • A description of possible 3rd/4th Year Projects is here.

Consultation Hours

  • Mondays, 10.00 - 11.00 in L2.27 (during term - otherwise please make an appointment by email)

Teaching

Research Group:


Software and Systems Engineering Group

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Research Centres:


IC4 - Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce

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CloudCORE - Cloud Computing Research Centre

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CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content

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Lero - the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre

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LGSSE - the Lero Graduate School in Software Engineering

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