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Frank Puhlmann is responsible for the Living IoT Lab at Bosch Software Innovations GmbH. Prior to this assignment, he established and headed the IoT Partner & License Business and the Methodology and Solution Architecture team. Before joining Bosch, he worked as a Technical Product Manager and Head of Research at inubit AG (a Berlin-based BPM company) and as a Senior Research Assistant at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam (Germany).
Frank's professional and research interests focus on the Internet of Things and Services (IoTS) and Business Process Management (BPM). He is especially interested in opening the field of IoT for traditional enterprises, ranging from IoT business model creation down to concrete software architectures.
Frank is a co-author of Enterprise IoT, a book documenting strategies and best practices for connected products and services. As of today, he worked with major companies in innovative IT and IOT projects, including Adidas, Airbus, AOK, GE Digital, Ebay, Fiducia, Infosys, HanseMerkur, Salesforce, Tech Mahindra, and Tata Consultancy Services. The topics ranged from Business Process Management (BPM), Business Process Activity Monitoring (BAM), Industry 4.0, up to leading-edge IoT projects.
In his spare time, Frank is working on open source projects (see github.com/frapu78) as well as developing mobile Apps like Magic Mimi, an app that works as a primer for pre-school kids and first-grades to learn writing spoken words.
- Andreas Meyer, Nico Herzberg, Mathias Weske, Frank Puhlmann: Implementation Framework for Production Case Management: Modeling and Execution. (EDOC 2014, Ulm, Germany)
- Christian Thiemich, Frank Puhlmann: An Agile BPM Project Methodology. (BPM 2013, Beijing, China)1
- Fabian Friedrich, Jan Mendling, Frank Puhlmann: Process Model Generation from Natural Language Text. (CAiSE 2011, London, UK)1
- Frank Puhlmann: Soundness Verification of Business Processes Specified in the Pi-Calculus (CoopIS 2007, Vilamoura, Portugal)1
- Frank Puhlmann, Mathias Weske: Using the Pi-Calculus for Formalizing Workflow Patterns (BPM 2005, Nancy, France)1
1 Copyright Springer Verlag, Berlin. 2 Copyright Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Bonn.
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