Research Area / Fields

  1. Systems engineering, conceptual modeling, software engineering, requirements engineering.
  2. Systems engineering and modeling, systems architecture, enterprise systems modeling.
  3. Object-process methodology.
  4. Conceptual modeling, ontologies, metamodeling.
  5. Software development methodologies, semantic web, service-oriented architecture.
  6. Document image understanding, computer vision applications, robotics.

Short Bio

Dov Dori is Life Fellow of IEEE and Fellow of INCOSE and IAPR. He is a Professor of Systems Engineering and Head of the Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. He has been Visiting Professor at MIT since 1999 intermittently. In 1993 Dr. Dori invented Object-Process Methodology (OPM ISO 19450:2015) and has been central to the field of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Prof. Dori has authored about 400 publications and supervised 60 graduate students. He chaired nine international conferences, was Associate Editor of IEEE T-PAMI and Systems Engineering, and Founding Co-Chair of the IEEE Society of Systems, Men, and Cybernetics Technical Committee on MBSE. His 2002 and 2016 books are the basis for MBSE edX certificate program and MOOC series. He has received various research and innovation awards and is a member of Omega Alpha Association – International Honor Society for Systems Engineering.

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