University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Informatics and Management, Department of Information Technologies
Methods for Analysing and Optimizing Processes Related to the COVID Pandemic
Topic Overview:

This topic aims to examine the methods used in publications on the COVID pandemic related to the analysis or optimisation of the pandemic's processes.

Task:

The task aims to conduct a systematic review of publications that contain analysis or optimisation of COVID pandemic processes or procedures.

Requirements:

The candidate should be familiar with the fundamentals of the systematic review/lit. review.

Outcomes:

Literary review.
University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Informatics and Management, Department of Information Technologies
Alzheimer's Disease  - Process Approach
Topic Overview:

The topic's goal is to describe and analyse the procedures related to Alzheimer disease patient care in Brazil. These are the procedures for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease in a patient, treating him in a hospital or later in a particular facility, and possibly treating him at home.

Task:

This task aims to conduct a documentary analysis or a controlled interview and present the results using Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0) or another modelling tool for process analysis.

Requirements:

Applicants must be familiar with the process approach and, ideally, process modelling in BPMN 2.0 (https://demo.bpmn.io/).

Outcomes:

A set of models and a textual description of the modelled processes are expected as output.
University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Informatics and Management, Department of Information Technologies
COVID-19 - Process Approach
Topic Overview:

The topic's goal is to describe and analyze the procedures related to the COVID pandemic in Brazil. These are procedures for dealing with (potentially) infected individuals and quarantine, isolation and patient-care procedures.

Task:

This task aims to conduct a documentary analysis or a controlled interview and present the results using Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0) or another modelling tool for process analysis.

Requirements:

Applicants must be familiar with the process approach and, ideally, process modelling in BPMN 2.0 (https://demo.bpmn.io/).

Outcomes:

A set of models and a textual description of the modelled processes are expected as output.
Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics, Department of Computer Systems and Communications
Open Source Security and Privacy Tool Web Portal
Topic Overview:

Using the existing taxonomy of open source security and privacy tools for end-users, the student should propose a structure of a web portal, supportive of end-users in navigating through the portal of open source security and privacy tools (one of the outputs of the CyberSec4Europe project). We consider the end-user view with respect to two levels of security/privacy skills and knowledge – (a) end-users not experienced in these areas at all, who have moderate general IT skills and can install applications and undertake their basic settings according to instructions and (b) users with moderate security/privacy skills and knowledge, who are keen to explore advanced settings of relevant tools and applications and are willing to undertake their advanced settings by given instructions. Our future portal targets these two levels of end-users, and does not target security/privacy experts. Subsequently, the taxonomy should meet two requirements: covering a wide variety of available tools, including those that are newly developed or not yet widely known and adopted and overlapping with end-users’ mental models of security and privacy as indicated in related work.

Task:

To quickly navigate through the portal, end-users need to understand the items presented in the taxonomy. The portal should also provide end-users with the option to explore new tools of which they are not yet aware of. The proposed portal structure must reflect this.

Requirements:

Interest in computer security and privacy, as well as in web technologies.

Outcomes:

Report with a model (level of abstraction to be agreed) of the future web portal.

References:

https://cybersec4europe.eu/
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