Hans George Fill


is currently substituting a full professor position for business informatics at the University of Vienna and deputy head of the research group Knowledge Engineering. He holds a habilitation and a PhD in business informatics and a master in international business administration from University of Vienna. His research interests are in the areas of meta modeling, enterprise modeling, semantic information systems and visualization. Besides his activities at University of Vienna he is actively engaged in a research and teaching collaboration with Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines at Saint-Etienne, France and has led an Erwin-Schrödinger research project at Stanford University from 2010-2011. He has developed and co-developed several modeling tools and platforms including the SeMFIS platform for the semantic annotation of conceptual models, the RUPERT modeling toolkit for business process improvement, the ADOxx Horus modeling toolkit for business process management, and a modeling toolkit for analyzing product-service systems. He is an active contributor to the OMiLAB.org open source infrastructure where he manages the development of the GraphRep Generator, the Model Annotator and the REST-API projects.


Last update: January 2016


Articles published on IXD&A:


Conceptual Modelling for Smart Cities: A Teaching Case, N. 27, 2016, pp. 10  - 27, abstractdownload