Jaroslaw Zelinski C.V.

Since 2020 liv­ing in Aber­deen (UK), Aber­deen­shire, Scot­land. Tel: 07506 613650, email: info @ jaroslawzelinski.biz (also jaroslaw.zelinski @ gmail.com).

1989 gradu­ated Mas­ter of Sci­ence (elec­tron­ic and com­mu­nic­a­tions sys­tems, the Mil­it­ary Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy [Wojskowa Aka­demia Tech­niczna im. Jarosława Dąbrowskiego], Poland)

1991 – 2004 Solu­tion design­er in IT at one of the biggest IT com­pan­ies in Poland. 

Since 2005 he has been a train­er and vis­it­ing aca­dem­ic lec­turer, also in the ERASMUS pro­gram. Since 2020 he has been teach­ing remote classes at the Warsaw Uni­ver­sity of Inform­a­tion Tech­no­logy (WIT) under the aus­pices of the Pol­ish Academy of Sciences.

Since 2005 also runs his own busi­ness as an inde­pend­ent busi­ness ana­lyst, sys­tems archi­tect and con­sult­ant. He works for medi­um and large enter­prises (pro­duc­tion and ser­vices) and pub­lic admin­is­tra­tion. Exper­i­enced design­er of small, medi­um and large scale sys­tems (require­ments ana­lys­is, design­ing busi­ness logic and soft­ware archi­tec­ture using BPMN and UML nota­tion), cloud sys­tems, and also with NoSQL databases.

As a soft­ware engin­eer (Busi­ness Sys­tems Ana­lyst & Design­er), I provide busi­ness pro­cess mod­els, doc­u­ment struc­tures and data dic­tion­ar­ies, microservices and micro-applic­a­tion ori­ented soft­ware archi­tec­ture, use of object-ori­ented design pat­terns, design sys­tems in the cloud, and integ­ra­tions using REST­full API. Can provid­ing train for your staff. I over­see the imple­ment­a­tion of sys­tems that I design per­formed by soft­ware developers. (see: https://www.computerscience.org/resources/software-developer-vs-software-engineer/).

(my Academia.edu pro­file, ORCID https://orcid.org/0000–0002–8032–4720).

30 years of expertise experience

in busi­ness pro­cess mod­el­ling, inform­a­tion sys­tems engin­eer­ing, require­ments eli­cit­a­tion, soft­ware archi­tec­ture design, sys­tems integ­ra­tion, busi­ness ana­lys­is, and extract­ing the busi­ness rules to base the busi­ness pro­cesses on. Also author­ing super­vising for imple­ment­a­tion of designed sys­tems. Since 2005 I have been car­ry­ing out research and com­mer­cial pro­jects using one of the best CASE sys­tems: Visu­al-Paradigm.

Work­ing from 1991. Exper­i­ence: pub­lic sec­tor, a medi­um-large private com­pany in all sec­tors, busi­ness pro­cesses mod­el­ling and ana­lys­is, require­ment eli­cit­a­tion and inform­a­tion sys­tems design (e.g. one of the world’s biggest cop­per mine KGHM SA in Poland, pro­duc­tion main­ten­ance sys­tem mod­el­ling, IBM Max­imo imple­ment­a­tion super­vising, col­lab­or­a­tion with busi­ness and devel­op­ment teams). Design of integ­ra­tion and imple­ment­a­tion of PLM sys­tems, design of elec­tro-ener­get­ic-elec­tron­ic-com­puter sys­tems (mechat­ron­ic systems).

Pre­par­ing busi­ness pro­cess mod­els, inform­a­tion design and archi­tec­ture, sys­tem mod­els, and soft­ware archi­tec­ture (OOAD style using BPMN and UML/SysML nota­tions). Exper­i­ence in design­ing cloud repos­it­or­ies using the NoSQL tech­nic. Exper­i­ence with design­ing mechat­ron­ic sys­tems. Since 2005 I am also an aca­dem­ic lec­turer and researcher.

Models as the subject of research

Research­ing activ­it­ies from 1998. Over 30 art­icles in pop­u­lar domain news­pa­pers, a few reviewed sci­entif­ic papers, and one book (“Busi­ness Ana­lys­is. Prac­tice of enter­prise mod­el­ling”, became a best­seller in Poland, “Syn­thes­is of MOF, MDA, PIM, MVC, and BCE Nota­tions and Pat­terns” prin­ted by IGI Glob­al) and “Digit­al Doc­u­ments as Data Car­ri­ers and a Meth­od of Data Man­age­ment Guar­an­tee­ing the Unam­bi­gu­ity of the Recor­ded Inform­a­tion: Onto­logy-Ori­ented Data Man­age­ment and Doc­u­ment Data­bases.

I research mod­els as meth­ods . As an inde­pend­ent expert, ana­lyst and design­er, suc­cess­fully (engin­eer­ing issues: ) imple­ments pro­jects in the field of sys­tem ana­lys­is of enter­prises, design­ing logic and archi­tec­ture of inform­a­tion sys­tems, uses stand­ard, form­al meth­ods of ana­lys­is, which he con­stantly devel­ops and use in practice. 

As part of my sci­entif­ic work, as an inde­pend­ent expert, ana­lyst, and design­er, I suc­cess­fully imple­ment pro­jects in the field of sys­tem ana­lys­is of enter­prises, design­ing logic and archi­tec­ture of inform­a­tion sys­tems, using stand­ard, form­al meth­ods of ana­lys­is, which I con­stantly devel­op and use in prac­tice. I con­duct basic research in the field of meth­ods of sys­tem mod­el­ling analysis.

As a lec­turer in 2005–2012, I per­man­ently cooper­ated with the Inform­a­tion Sys­tems Depart­ment of the Mari­time Uni­ver­sity of Gdynia. Since 2014, I’m a lec­turer at the Fac­ulty of Inform­a­tion Tech­no­logy in Man­age­ment Tech­niques at the Uni­ver­sity of Inform­a­tion Tech­no­logy and Man­age­ment under the aus­pices of the Pol­ish Academy of Sci­ences. The sub­ject of lec­tures is sys­tems ana­lys­is and sys­tems logic design for busi­ness, form­al­ized busi­ness and sys­tems ana­lys­is aimed at optim­iz­ing the organ­iz­a­tion’s work, organ­iz­a­tion­al aspects of busi­ness con­tinu­ity man­age­ment, and devel­op­ing require­ments for man­age­ment sup­port software.

Since 2005 I use Visu­al Paradigm (VP) CASE soft­ware for all-pur­pose in my pro­jects. I use VP for all mod­els and pre­pare ana­lyses and reports (about 10 years ago I was stopped using MS Office for writ­ing reports and sci­entif­ic papers). Coöper­a­tion with Visu­al Paradigm as a con­tent expert on a vol­un­tary basis.

(I am not a nat­ive Eng­lish speak­er, this site was developed by me, thanks for your under­stand­ing and patience.)

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After work

I’ve been liv­ing in Scot­land (Aber­deen) for some time. In addi­tion to work, dur­ing the day I admire the beauty of this coun­try and its dis­til­ler­ies, and spend even­ings in pubs, at open music ses­sions with folk hob­by­ists and music lov­ers. Read more…

References

OMG.org. (2014, June 18). Mod­el Driv­en Archi­tec­ture (MDA). https://www.omg.org/mda/
Zel­in­ski, J. (2020). Syn­thes­is of MOF, MDA, PIM, MVC, and BCE Nota­tions and Pat­terns. In Applic­a­tions and Approaches to Object-Ori­ented Soft­ware Design: Emer­ging Research and Oppor­tun­it­ies (pp. 78–89). IGI Glob­al. https://www.igi-global.com/book/applications-approaches-object-oriented-software/235699
Zel­in­ski, J. (2021). Digit­al doc­u­ments as data car­ri­ers and a meth­od of data man­age­ment guar­an­tee­ing the unam­bi­gu­ity of the recor­ded inform­a­tion. In Man­age­ment and Strategies for Digit­al Enter­prise Trans­form­a­tion (Vol. 1). IGI Glob­al. https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/digital-documents-as-data-carriers-and-a-method-of-data-management-guaranteeing-the-unambiguity-of-the-recorded-information/275700
Street, K. (2006). Build­ing a Ser­vice Ori­ented Archi­tec­ture with BPM and MDA. 2(1), 8.
Gray, J., & Rumpe, B. (2019). Mod­els as the sub­ject of research. Soft­ware and Sys­tems Mod­el­ing, 18(6), 3189–3191. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10270-019–00751‑y
Ozkaya, I. (2020). Build­ing Blocks of Soft­ware Design. IEEE Soft­ware, 37(2), 3–5. https://doi.org/10.1109/MS.2019.2959049
Arlow, J., & Neustadt, I. (2004). Enter­prise pat­terns and MDA: build­ing bet­ter soft­ware with arche­type pat­terns and UML. Addis­on-Wes­ley.

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