Dennis Nissen

DENNIS NISSEN

Dennis Nissen has studied computer science at Kiel University and is a self-employed software developer with balance points at relational databases and rich internet / desktop applications as well as developing economic experiments based on different frameworks and openGL graphics development. Dennis Nissen is a professional and experienced JAVA/C++/C#/PHP/Ruby developer. He has advanced knowledge in relational databases including ORM and EAV as well as in computer network systems, image processing and 3D graphics development with OpenGL.

He has worked on a JAVA enterprise shop system based on the Java EE SDK within the Glassfish application server with the target of being an open source alternative to known shop systems in an enterprise way. Dennis Nissen has developed many eCommerce platforms for b2b and b2c clients with various import/export options to different internet portals with huge amount of data with automatic data synchronizing between each platform over network and lots of interfaces to other systems, including different enterprise resource planning platforms, written in different languages including PYTHON and PERL. He has knowledge of administering Linux – Server – Systems in wide/local area networks including configuration of all well known server software like apache, tomcat, nginx, mysql, postfix, qmail, subversion, tomcat, jBoss, Glassfish.

Dennis Nissen has expertise in programming of economic experiments and the necessary communication with economists and natural scientists.

Role of Dennis Nissen in SOCIOEC and added value for the SME

Dennis Nissen will be responsible for all programming necessary to develop the game table software for the use in WP3 and WP7. The engagement in this project is expected to lead to the development of a tool, the software ecoOcean+, which will be used as a tool in stakeholder communication as well as in political consulting. Thus the expectations are that this project will lead to follow-up projects. The software will also be developed further in a way that other application (like spatial management issues in land ecosystems) will be possible. This is the basic reason to become a partner in the project. Dennis Nissen has scientific interest on participatory modelling approaches for the further development of learning and communication software in the context of resource management.

flagsThe research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 / 2007-2013) under grant agreement no. 289192. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.