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Monday, 25 January 2016 08:55

EMISA 2016 - Call For Participation

Dear all,

Please join EMISA 2016 in Vienna on 3 and 4 October on the WU Campus. For details see here:  https://aic.ai.wu.ac.at/emisa2016/. Registration is open.

Why joining?

  1. The event takes place in beautiful Vienna on the amazing WU Campus next to the Prater park.
  2. Registration is affordable ranging from 50 EUR to 150 EUR.
  3. We have gathered a unique program with two keynotes (Jan vom Brocke and Hajo A. Reijers), 21 talks on papers published this year in a.o. IEEE Transactions, Decision Support Systems, IEEE Software, Information Systems, BPM 2016, CAISE 2016, ICSE 2016, etc., plus three PhD research presentations. Find the detailed program here  https://aic.ai.wu.ac.at/emisa2016/ including the following talks:
  • Jan vom Brocke: 10 Principles of Good Business Process Management (Keynote)
  • Hajo A. Reijers: Measuring the Organizational Impact of IT Innovations (Keynote)
  • Daniel Lübke and Tammo van Lessen: Modeling Test Cases in BPMN for Behavior-Driven Development
  • Dirk Fahland, Xixi Lu, Marijn Nagelkerke and Dennis van de Wiel: Discovering Interacting Artifacts from ERP Systems
  • Thomas Wagner and Daniel Moldt: Revisiting Workflow Interactions for Petri Net-Based Agents
  • Dirk Fahland, Andreas Meyer, Pufahl Luise, Kimon Batoulis and Mathias Weske: Automating Data Exchange in Process Choreographies
  • Nicolas Pflanzl: Gameful Business Process Modeling
  • Alexander Herwix: A Game Theoretic Perspective on Business Processes
  • Philipp Waibel: Elastic Process Optimization and Scheduling in the Cloud
  • Alexander Nolte, Eike Bernhard, Jan Recker, Fabian Pittke and Jan Mendling: Repeated Use of Process Models: The Impact of Artifact, Technological and Individual Factors
  • Henrik Leopold, Jan Mendling and Oliver Günther: Learning from Quality Issues of BPMN Models from Industry
  • Judith Michael and Heinrich C. Mayr: The Process of Creating a Domain Specific Modelling Method
  • Michael Fellmann, Novica Zarvic, Dirk Metzger and Agnes Koschmider: Requirements Catalog for Business Process Modeling Recommender Systems
  • Chiara Di Francescomarino, Chiara Ghidini and Marco Rospocher: Evaluating Wiki Collaborative Features in Ontology Authoring
  • David Knuplesch and Manfred Reichert: A Visual Language for Modeling Multiple Perspectives of Business Process Compliance Rules
  • Claudio Di Ciccio, Han van der Aa, Cristina Cabanillas, Jan Mendling and Johannes Prescher: Detecting Flight Trajectory Anomalies and Predicting Diversions in Freight Transportation
  • Michael Fellmann and Andrea Zasada: State-of-the-art of Business Process Compliance Approaches: A Survey
  • Christoph Czepa, Huy Tran, Uwe Zdun, Thanh Tran, Erhard Weiss and Christoph Ruhsam: Plausibility Checking of Formal Business Process Specifications in Linear Temporal Logic
  • Stefan Schönig, Cristina Cabanillas, Stefan Jablonski and Jan Mendling: A Framework for Efficiently Mining the Organisational Perspective of Business Processes
  • Arik Senderovich, Matthias Weidlich, Liron Yedidsion, Avigdor Gal, Avishai Mandelbaum, Sarah Kadish, Craig A. Bunnell: Conformance Checking and Performance Improvement in Scheduled Processes: A Queueing-Network Perspective
  • Kathrin Figl and Jan Recker: Process Innovation as Creative Problem-Solving: An Experimental Study of Textual Descriptions and Diagrams
  • Agnes Koschmider and Stefanie Speidel: Predictive Behavior Analysis for Smart Environments
  • Dora Ori: Towards Detecting Misalignment Symptoms: An Alignment Perspective-Driven Architecture-Matching Framework
  • Boudewijn Van Dongen, Josep Carmona and Thomas Chatain: Alignment-based Quality Metrics in Conformance Checking
  • Andreas Rogge-Solti, Arik Senderovich, Matthias Weidlich, Jan Mendling and Avigdor Gal: In Log and Model We Trust?
  • Thomas Reschenhofer, Manoj Bhat, Adrian Hernandez-Mendez and Florian Matthes: Lessons Learned in Aligning Data and Model Evolution in Collaborative Information Systems

Looking forward to see you at EMISA 2016!

Best regards,

Jan and Stefanie