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Professor Emeritus Dov Dori joined the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management of the Technion in 1991.He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Weizmann Institute of Science in 1988.
Prof. Dori research interests include model-based systems engineering, conceptual modeling of complex systems, systems architecture and design, software and systems engineering, and systems biology. Prof. Dori invented and developed Object-Process Methodology (OPM), recently adopted as ISO 19450.
For his research Prof. Dori received scores of distinctions and awards, he is Fellow of IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Fellow of INCOSE – International Council on Systems Engineering, and Fellow of IAPR – International Association for Pattern Recognition. Since 2000 he has been intermittently Visiting Professor at MIT, where he is currently Lecturer at SDM – Systems Design and Management Program.
Prof. Dori holds the Harry Lebensfeld Chair in Industrial Engineering and heads the Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory, at the Faculty
Systems Engineering, Conceptual Modeling, Software Engineering, Requirements Engineering
Systems Engineering and Modeling, Systems Architecture, Enterprise Systems Modeling
Conceptual Modeling, Ontologies, Metamodeling
Software Development Methodologies, Semantic Web, Service-Oriented Architecture
Document Image Understanding, Computer Vision Applications, Robotics
Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory
The Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory (ESML) specializes in modeling complex systems and systems of systems via advanced modeling methodologies and languages, primarily Object-Process Methodology (OPM) ISO 19450 Standard and Publically Available Specification.