BIR 2015

PROGRAM (expanded)

Program at glance

26 August: Workshops and Doctoral Consortium

8:00-10:30 Registration

9:00-9:45: Workshop keynote presentation, room 405


Workshop on Security and Compliance in Business Processes (SCBP), room 405

  • Kurt Sandkuhl, Raimundas Matulevičius, Naved Ahmed, and Marite Kirikova, Refining Security Requirement Elicitation from Business Processes using Method Engineering
  • Benoît Vanderose, Élise Degrave, and Naji Habra, Privacy by Design and Administrative Efficiency in E-Governance : a Case Study

Doctoral Consortium, room 404

  • Marius Liutvinavičius and Audrius Lopata, Knowledge Based Modeling of Financial Decision Support Systems

10:35-11:00 Coffee break


3rd Workshop on Ontologies and Information Systems (WOIS), room 405

  • He Tan, George Barakat and Vladimir Tarasov, Translating XML Models into OWL Ontologies for Interoperability of Simulation Systems
  • Alexander Smirnov, Tatiana Levashova and Nikolay Shilov, Online Communities for Agent Collaboration in Cyber-Physical-Social Systems
  • Hasan Koç, Birger Lantow and Kurt Sandkuhl, Experiences from Ontology Development for Service Innovation in Transportation Industries

Doctoral Consortium, room 404 (continues)

  • Andrius Valatavičius and Saulius Gudas, Enterprise Software System Integration using Autonomic Computing
  • Voldemaras Žitkus and Lina Nemuraitė, Automated Anaphora and Co-reference Resolution for Lithuanian Language Combining Results from Different Text Analysis Stages
  • Eglė Radvilė and Antanas Čenys, Research: What Eyes and Brain Reveals about Visual Performance in the Curved Display

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:15: 8th Workshop on Information Logistics and Knowledge Supply (ILOG), room 405

  • Alexander Smirnov and Kurt Sandkuhl, Context-Oriented Knowledge Management for Decision Support in Business Networks: Modern Requirements and Challenges (invited talk)
  • Alfred Zimmermann, Dierk Jugel, Rainer Schmidt, Christian Schweda and Michael Möhring, Collaborative Decision Support for Adaptive Digital Enterprise Architecture
  • Kurt Sandkuhl, Raimundas Matulevičius, Marite Kirikova, Naved Ahmed, Integration of IT-Security Aspects into Information Demand Analysis and Patterns

15:15-15:45 Coffee break

15:45-17:45: 8th Workshop on Information Logistics and Knowledge Supply (ILOG), room 405 (continues)

  • Björn Johansson, Dogan Alkan and Robin Carlsson, Self-Service BI does it Change the Rule of the Game for BI Systems Designers
  • Alexander Smirnov, Alexey Kashevnik, Nikolay Shilov, Andreas Oroszi, Mario Sinko and Thorsten Krebs, Changing Business Information Systems for Innovative Configuration Processes
  • Clara Bassano, Maria Vincenza Ciasullo, Giuseppe D'Aniello, Matteo Gaeta and Luigi Rarita, Improvements of Logistics in Region Campania Using a Profiling/Competence-based Approach, Enriched with Experience
  • Dirk Stamer, Veronika Zeiner and Kurt Sandkuhl, Development and Validation of an Information Demand Pattern for a Team in Project Management

18:15-20:30 Conference reception

27 August: Conference (day one)

8:00-10:30 Registration

8:45-9:00 Opening

9:00-10:00 Keynote presentation (session chair: Marlon Dumas)

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-12:30 Session 1: Business Information Systems Interoperability (session chair: Kurt Sandkuhl)

  • Alex Norta, Creation of Smart-Contracting Collaborations for Decentralized
Autonomous Organizations
  • Cornelia Gaebert, Reliable Customers and Credible Fixed-Price Contracts for Software Development Projects: A Study of one Supplier’s Contracts
  • Vaclav Repa, Life Events: a Crucial Point of e-Government
  • Svetlana Omelkova, Peep Küngas, A Linked Data Model for Web API-s

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Session 2: Business Information System Requirements and Architecture (session chair: Jyrki Nummenmaa)

  • Jörn Wiebring and Kurt Sandkuhl, Selecting the “Right” Notation for Business Process Modeling: Experiences from an Industrial Case
  • Sander Valvas and Fredrik Milani, Requirement Elicitation using Business Process Models
  • Matthias Wißotzki and Kurt Sandkuhl, Elements and Characteristics of Enterprise Architecture Capabilities
  • Pertti Järvinen, On Design Research – Some Questions and Answers

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:20 Session 3: Research in Progress (session chair: Janis Grabis)

  • Marite Kirikova, Modeling for Viability
  • Hasan Koc and Kurt Sandkuh, A Business Process Based Method for Capability Modelling
  • Karlis Cerans, Julija Ovcinnikova and Martins Zviedris, Towards Graphical Query Notation for Semantic Databases
  • Thomas Knothe, Adrian Zoch and Malte Meißner, Conceptualizing a Network Process Model Based Production Platform

17:30-19:00 City tour

19:00-22:00 Conference dinner

28 August: Conference (day two)

8:00-10:30 Registration

9:00-10:00 Keynote presentation (session chair: Raimundas Matulevičius)

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-12:30 Session 4: Business Process and Decision Management (session chair: Marite Kirikova)

  • Oscar Gonzalez Rojas, Governing IT Services for Quantifying Business Impact
  • Elena Kushnareva, Irina Rychkova and Benedicte Le Grand, Modeling and Animation of Crisis Management Process with Statecharts
  • J. Martjushev, R.P. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose and Wil M.P. van der Aalst, Change Point Detection and Dealing with Gradual and Multi-Order Dynamics in Process Mining
  • Igor Kovbasiuk, Welf Löwe, Morgan Ericsson and Anna Wingkvist, Quick Decide – A Tool to Aid the Analytic Hierarchy Process for Group Decisions

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Session 5: Business Information Systems Development (session chair: Vaclav Repa)

  • Deniss Ojastu, Tarmo Robal and Ahto Kalja, The Most Prominent Software Development Concepts Cited in IT Professionals’ Blogs
  • Eric-Oluf Svee and Jelena Zdravkovic, Towards a Consumer Preference-based Taxonomy for Information
Systems Development
  • Algirdas Laukaitis, Code Transformation Pattern Alignments and Induction for ERP Legacy Systems Migration
  • Wenhui Lu, Jyrki Nummenmaa and Zheying Zhang, Passive Condition Pre-Enforcement for Rights Exporting

15:30-15:45 Coffee break

15:45-16:00 Conference closing

Program at glance