PostDoc Project
Service based collaboration process model optimisation and network ontology modelling definition and implementation
2022/01/01 - 2022/12/31
The Objectives are to develop a network of DIHs in the Embedded and Cyber Physical Systems domain, by identifying and
materialising service-based collaboration processes among them.
• To develop a DIH service model in the domains of Ecosystem, Technology and Business
• To develop Customers journeys templates by connecting typical E T B services
• To identify and implement E T B cross-DIH KPIs for collaboration
• To validate the methodology inside and outside the DIH4CPS constituency, extrapolating best practices and
lessons learned for public recommendations.

Based on the services elucidated in the previous points, this work will focus on creating an organisational model of the network, its
partners and the services it offers. It will prepare the network for a common scope and knowledge and technical convergence by
creating an ontology which models both the "human factors" and competences as well as the technological factors in terms of
platforms, technologies and facilities of the network. Through a navigation tool this formalised knowledge will be made available to
the network and enable collaborative solution engineering and the organic generation of cross-border application experiments.
Associated to the competencies, a catalog of services will be also included to feed the network services design and give relevant
information regarding the services that can be brought by well identified companies.
Cyber physical systems, collaborative processes, semantic interoperability, ontologies
The duration of the contract is 12 months
The employer is the CRAN laboratory and therefore the University of Lorraine
The place of work is the CRAN laboratory in the premises of the first cycle
The salary will be 60,000 euros gross per year.
The expected profile is a person who has a PhD in engineering research and knows the world of Industry 4.0
Eco-Technic systems engineering
Le financement provient des ressources propre au laboratoire issus du projet Européen DIH4CPS