The OMG Academic Working Group (AWG) was formed on 27 September 2018.
The Academic Working Group looks at improving communications and generating opportunities for collaboration between OMG, industry and academic institutions. This could take the form of:
The initial co-Chairs of the AWG are, subject to consensus:
Co-chair roles and responsibilities are less formal in an OMG Working Group than they are in a Special Interest Group or Task Force. There are no formal policies and procedures about the organization of a WG. Membership in the AWG is open, free, and not restricted to holders of an OMG membership. However, co-chairs must be from an OMG member company.
Diane Ehramjian (OMG Business Development) and Claude Baudoin (cébé IT & Knowledge Management) are assisting the co-chair in meeting planning, outreach, and maintenance of this wiki.
The AWG plans to operate through a mix of teleconferences and face-to-face meetings held during OMG Technical Meetings. Our first meeting is planned for Sunday, 9 December 2018, 5:00-7:00 pm Pacific time, in Renton, WA (Seattle).
What academic research projects or courses have relevance to OMG work?
|Title||Summary||Link||Relevant OMG standards|
Partial list of academic disciplines and relevant OMG standards or groups:
|Discipline||Relevant OMG Standards|
|Business||BMM, SBVR, BPMN, CMM, DMN, FIBO|
|Computer Science||CORBA, IDL, UML, Essence, SBC, DDS, some RDTF standards, CISQ-originated standards (Automated Source Code Measurements), Diagram Interchange, etc. – most MARS and all ADTF standards|
|Engineering||SysML, Systems Assurance Case Metamodel (SACM), SBC, MARTE, etc.|
|Aerospace||CubeSat Reference Model|
The following table, under construction, lists contacts we have in academic institutions, their areas of interest, and who at OMG knows them.
|Institution||Country||Faculty or Official||Interests||OMG Contact|
|Loughborough U.||UK||Prof. Charles Dickerson||Mathematically-based system architecture and engineering||(member)|
|Dr. Siyuan Ji|
|Princeton U.||USA||Dr. Jen Rexford||Computer Science: Internet and network management||Claude Baudoin|
|Stanford University||USA||Christina Doane||HPC for Research storage of sensitive data||Claude Baudoin|
|UC San Diego||USA||Vince Kellen||CIO / Big Data||Claude Baudoin|
|University of British Columbia||Canada||Prof. Margo Seltzer||Data provenance and pedigree||Claude Baudoin|
|University of Cork||Ireland||Mike Bennett|
For a full list of the universities and research institutes that are members of OMG, search here. Or see a map of those institutions (you can pan, zoom, and see the name of each institution by mousing over the pin).
|Title||Subject||Value to OMG||Value to the academic partner||Schedule||Who is involved|