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Dr. Thomas Hartmann

Employee, Deputy Team Leader (Big Data Streaming Team), Robert Bosch GmbH

Stuttgart, Germany

Skills

Artificial Intelligence
Semantic Web
Big Data
Ontology Engineering
Linked Data
Web of Data
IoT
Reasoning
Data Validation
Knowledge Representation
Web Engineering
Software Engineering
Database Design
Streaming
Stream Processing
Big Data Security
i4.0
Agile Project Management

Timeline

Professional experience for Thomas Hartmann

  • Current , since Feb 2017

    Deputy Team Leader (Big Data Streaming Team)

    Robert Bosch GmbH

    Key Contributions: (1) Design and implement worldwide services providing highly performant, scalable, and fault-tolerant Big Data streaming, stream processing, and analytics platforms. (2) Design and implement a company-wide integration layer for any type of data source and destination including Big Data batch and streaming platforms. (3) Design and implement Big Data streaming and stream processing architectures, security concepts, and applications (for worldwide IoT and i4.0 projects).

  • 6 months, Aug 2016 - Jan 2017

    Big Data Architect

    Robert Bosch GmbH

    Key Contributions: (1) Design worldwide services providing highly performant, scalable, and fault-tolerant Big Data streaming platforms. (2) Design worldwide services integrating various data sources and destinations (like SQL DBs, NoSQL DBs, SAP systems, IoT devices and sensors) with Big Data architectures in batch and streaming mode. (3) Design Big Data streaming architectures (for worldwide IoT and i4.0 projects).

  • 11 months, Sep 2015 - Jul 2016

    External PhD Student in Computer Science

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Web Science and Knowledge Management

  • 1 year and 11 months, Sep 2014 - Jul 2016

    Contributor to an International Scientific Working Group

    W3C RDF Data Shapes Working Group

    The mission of the W3C RDF Data Shapes Working Group is to produce a language for defining structural constraints on RDF graphs. In the same way that SPARQL made it possible to query RDF data, the product of this working group will enable the definition of graph topologies for interface specification, code development, and data verification.

  • 2 years and 2 months, Jun 2014 - Jul 2016

    Member of the Editorial Board of an International Scientific Working Group

    DCMI RDF Application Profiles Task Group

    The intention of the working group is to (1) gather case studies from data professionals having RDF validation related problems in their individual contexts, (2) extract functional use cases out of these case studies, (3) specify requirements to be fulfilled to adequately solve these problems and meet the use cases, (4) investigate existing best-practices regarding the coverage of these requirements, and (5) identify gaps and recommend best-practices to close them.

  • 3 years and 10 months, Oct 2012 - Jul 2016

    Active Member of and Contributor to an International Scientific Working Group

    DDI Moving Forward Project

    The further development of the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) metadata standard is model-driven in order to solve the problems associated with the XML Schema centric development of standard specifications. The model-driven development enables to break the model down to diverse concrete serializations. (1) Contributor to the modeling team which technically formalizes the model by means of UML 2 (2) Contributor to the tools support team which defines and implements diverse serializations of the model

  • 4 years and 11 months, Sep 2011 - Jul 2016

    Editor of an International Scientific Working Group

    RDF Vocabularies Working Group

    The goal of the RDF Vocabularies Working Group is to develop RDF vocabularies for the efficient use of metadata to describe social, behavioral, and economic sciences research data in the context of Semantic Web and Linked Data. (1) Editor of the DDI-RDF Discovery Vocabulary (2) Editor of the Physical Data Description vocabulary (3) Contributor to XKOS, a SKOS extension

  • 6 years, Apr 2010 - Mar 2016

    Research Associate, 4 IT projects

    GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

    Scientific Work: •(1) actively participate at 4 international working groups (2) presented at 19 international conferences (3) presented at 18 international workshops and 5 Dagstuhl workshops (4) PhD thesis is based on 30 scientific articles (i.a., 6 journal articles) (5) 4 IT Projects (technical responsibility and joint responsibility for the project management)

  • 3 months, Aug 2008 - Oct 2008

    Application Developer, 3 IT projects

    Soft-Hardware-Projekt

    key achievements: conception and implementation of an employee qualification matrix

  • 2 months, Mar 2008 - Apr 2008

    Application Developer, 3 IT projects

    Carl Zeiss AG

    key achievements: (1) definition of KPIs for a financial control system and inserting them into a balanced scorecard (2) development of applications transforming department-specific data in a universal format to be imported into a financial control system

  • 7 months, Mar 2007 - Sep 2007

    IT Consultant, 4 IT projects

    cellent AG

    key achievements: (1) contributed to the conception of a SOA within the Stuttgart city administration (2) evaluated BPEL engines and recommended a BPEL engine for the usage within the context of a software development project in collaboration with the Stuttgart city administration

  • 3 months, May 2006 - Jul 2006

    Application Developer, 2 IT projects

    Carl Zeiss AG

    key achievements: development of an application to enter metadata on images of optical devices, automatically convert and compress the actual images data, and store the images and their metadata in automatically generated documents

  • 2 months, Mar 2006 - Apr 2006

    Application Developer, 2 IT projects

    Carl Zeiss AG

    key achievements: development of an application to log measured values of a measuring instrument in a user- controlled way and to automatically generate diagrams of various types based on determined measured valueseminar data of employees

  • 2 months, Aug 2005 - Sep 2005

    Application Developer, 1 IT project

    Carl Zeiss AG

    key achievements: development of an application on top of a relational database management system to (1) evaluate data retrieved from SAP R/3 and (2) transform the data in a user-defined way

  • 3 months, Feb 2005 - Apr 2005

    Application Developer, 1 IT project

    Carl Zeiss AG

    key achievements: development of a program to get a task-related and user-defined representation of project working times based on the processing of data contained in multiple decentralized files

  • 2 years and 11 months, Sep 2001 - Jul 2004

    Apprenticeship as IT Application Specialist, >3 IT projects

    Intec Consulting AG

    key achievements: (1) conception and implementation of multilingualism for a help desk system (2) programming of diverse Microsoft Office applications

Educational background for Thomas Hartmann

  • 6 years and 4 months, Apr 2010 - Jul 2016

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

    PhD Thesis: Validation Framework for RDF-based Constraint Languages | Chair: Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods | 1. Advisor: Prof. Dr. York Sure-Vetter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology | 2. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Kai Eckert, Stuttgart Media University

  • 6 months, Sep 2008 - Feb 2009

    Athens University of Economics and Business

    Semester abroad within the scope of the erasmus program

  • 2 years and 2 months, Oct 2007 - Nov 2009

    Technische Universität München (TUM)

    Master’s Thesis: Creativity Support in Communities for Innovations ( Grade: 1.3 | Chair for Information Systems | Advisor: Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar )

  • 3 years, Oct 2004 - Sep 2007

    Technische Universität München (TUM)

    Bachelor’s Thesis: Evaluation of BPEL-Engines ( In cooperation with: cellent AG, Stuttgart | Chair for Information Systems | Advisor: Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar )

  • 2 years and 11 months, Sep 2001 - Jul 2004

    Apprenticeship

    Intec Consulting AG

    Thesis: Development of XML Schemas for Exchanging XML Seminar Data

  • 7 years and 11 months, Sep 1993 - Jul 2001

    Kopernikus Gymnasium, Aalen-Wasseralfingen

Languages

  • German

    First language

  • English

    Fluent

  • French

    Intermediate

Wants

Artificial Intelligence
Semantic Web
Big Data
Linked Data
IoT
i4.0
Ontology Engineering
Data Validation

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