Ir. André BoonzaaijerSolution Architect
After working for several years in the field of software engineering he shifted his focus to training, consultancy and coaching.
From 2009 to 2012 he was responsible for Research & Development at Sogyo as well as the Sogyo Academy in his role as co-owner and CTO.
His main expertise lies in the field of software engineering and architecture (e.g. SOA and EDA). He has hands-on experience in agile and lean environments. He often gives guest lectures at universities about integration architecture and software development.
In 2012 he joined the company ICRIS.
Dr. ir. Linda TerlouwEnterprise Architect
Mrs. Terlouw holds both an MSc in Computer Science and an Msc in Business Information Technology from the University of Twente.
She started her career working as an IT optimization consultant, providing advice to IT managers and CIOs on how to create a more effective and efficient IT environment.
In 2005 she joined the SOA Consulting Group of Ordina, a large IT services provider in the Netherlands. In her role as solution architect she advised large corporations about the gradual migration towards a service-oriented way of thinking and the use of ESB-technology for its technical implementation.
In the same year, Mrs. Terlouw went back to academia (part-time) to pursue a PhD in Computer Science at the Delft University of Technology. The focus of this research was the specification of services working from formal organizational models. The research was part of the CIAO! Program.
In 2009 she started the company ICRIS.
Prof. dr. ir. Jan DietzAssociate (owner of Sapio)
Mr. Dietz is emeritus professor in Information Systems Design at Delft University of Technology and full professor in Enterprise Engineering at Lisbon University of Technology. He holds a Master degree in Electrical Engineering and a Doctoral degree in Computer Science. He has published over 200 scientific and professional articles and books.
His current research interests are in Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Ontology, and Enterprise Governance, the three pillars of Enterprise Engineering. Before his academic career, he has been in business automation for ten years, and designed and built a dozen large information systems.
He is the spiritual father of DEMO (Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations), and honorary chairman of the DEMO Center of Expertise (www.demo.nl). For the development of the emerging discipline of Enterprise Engineering, he chairs the international research network CIAO! (Cooperation & Interoperability – Architecture & Ontology) (www.ciaonetwork.org). He also acts as editor-in-chief of a book series on Enterprise Engineering, published by Springer. For further information visit also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Dietz.
Mr. Dietz joined ICRIS as an associate in 2009.
Dr. Antonia AlbaniAssociate (owner of Albani Consulting)
Mrs. Albani studied Computer Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich where she received her master degree in 1995.
Afterwards she was part of the group for Global Information Systems at the ETH Zurich where she researched topics dealing with object-oriented databases, web technologies and agent frameworks. In 2000 she received her PhD for her work “A Generic Agent Framework for Internet Information Systems”.
After one year in IT consulting with focus on business process modelling she was CEO and co-founder of an internet start-up in the area of business process outsourcing, creating a portal for small and mid sized companies outsourcing their business processes over the internet.
In January 2003 she started her habilitation at the Systems Engineering group of the University of Augsburg with specific focus on the research area of component based inter-organisational systems.
Since February 2005 she additionally has a part-time assistant professor position at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, in the Software Engineering group. Her main research interests are in modelling inter-organisational systems. She is co-founder of the research lab CIAO! (Cooperation & Interoperabilty – Architectures & Ontologies) of the Delft University of Technology.
Mrs. Albani joined ICRIS as an associate in 2009.