Mario Nolte

Academic Staff

Mario Nolte, M. Sc.

Room:
R09 R04 H45
Telephone:
+49 201 18-34088
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Consultation Hour:
by appointment

Curriculum Vitae:

Studies

  • 10/2007 - 09/2011 Wirtschaftsinformatik (BSc), University of Münster (Germany), with engagement at move e. V. - student consulting services
  • 02/2013 - 07/2013 Study abroad (MBA),Tel Aviv University (Israel)
  • 10/2011 - 06/2015 Wirtschaftsinformatik (MSc), University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany), with engagement at greenXchange - the Young Leadership Program of the Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF)

Professional career

  • 09/1997 - 06/2000 Education as clerk, ista Deutschland GmbH, Kassel (Germany)
  • 07/2000 -08/2001 Employment as clerk, ista Deutschland GmbH, Kassel (Germany)
  • 07/2002 - 09/2007 Employment as expert for process management and data exchange, ista shared services GmbH, Münster (Germany)
  • 05/2012 - 01/2013Coordinator for the international academic network IS:link, Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems, Essen (Germany)
  • 01/2013 - 11/2013Student Consultant (freelancer), conmendo GmbH, Düsseldorf (Germany)
  • since 09/2015 Teaching Assistant, Research Group for Information Systems and Enterprise Modeling, University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen (Germany)

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Publications:

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  • Nolte, M.; Kaczmarek-Heß, M.; Fritsch, A.; Betz, S.: A Hierarchy of DSMLs in Support of Product Life-Cycle Assessment. Association for Information Systems, Siegen 2019. Full textCitationDetails

    To support understanding and analysis of sustainability related aspects in organizations (e.g., via an assessment of a product’s life-cycle from the cradle to the grave), various instruments, among others, in the field of conceptual modeling, have been proposed. Although existing tools and languages are, to some extent, indeed supporting the product Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA), our investigations show that a hierarchy of Domain-Specific Modeling Languages(DSMLs) is needed to satisfy advanced requirements. In this paper, as an innovation for the field of LCA, we propose an application of multi-level language architecture to design a hierarchy of DSMLs encompassing concepts for LCAs that can be detailed to specific industrial domains and local needs of enterprises. This enables a new generation of instruments allowing users to use and refine concepts, corresponding to their specific needs.

  • Kaczmarek-Heß, Monika; Nolte, Mario; Fritsch, Andreas; Betz, Stefanie: Practical Experiences with Multi-Level Modeling using FMMLx: A Hierarchy of Domain-Specific Modeling Languages in Support of Life-Cycle Assessment. In: Hebig, Regina; Berger, Thorsten (Ed.): Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modeling (MULTI) 2018. Copenhagen 2018, p. 698-707. Full textCitationDetails
  • Nolte, Mario; Kaczmarek-Heß, Monika: Product Life-Cycle Assessment in the Realm of Enterprise Modeling. In: 10. International Conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling (PoEM 2017). Springer, Leuven, Belgium 2017. CitationDetails

Tutored Theses:

  • Möglichkeiten der konzeptuellen Modellierung zur Darstellung von Datenschutzbestimmungen (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Soziale und psychologische Gründe für Datenschutz und Privatheit (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Intelligent BPM Systems and their Benefits for Process Automation - A Teask-Technology-Fit Analysis (Master Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Usability of DApps - Current Challenges and Requirements for more User Acceptance of Decentralized Apps (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, in progress)
  • Intelligent BPM Systems and their Benefits for Process Automation - A Task-Technology-Fit Analysis (Master Thesis Business Information Systems, 2019)
  • Current Challenges and Requirements for more User Acceptance of Decentralized Apps (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2019)
  • Conceptual Metaphor in Knowledge Management as an Approach to Analyze organizational consequences – the case of Knowledge Transfer (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2019)
  • Unternehmensmodellierung zur Untertützung des Multiprojektmanagements - Anforderungen und grundlegende Konzepte fur eine Modellierungssprache (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2018)
  • A blockchain-based business process management system - a critical analysis (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2018)
  • Empfehlungen und Entscheidungsunterstützung für Typ-1-Diabetiker: Anforderungsanalyse und prototypische Implementierung einer mobilen App (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2018)
  • Unternehmensmodellierung zur Unterstützung der nachhaltigen Entwicklung - Identifikation zentraler Konzepte und Anforderungen für eine Modellierungsmethode (Bachelor Thesis Business Information Systems, 2018)