In conjunction with CAiSE'09
10th Workshop on Business Process
Modeling, Development, and Support
Drivers of Business Process Development: Business, IT, Compliance
8-9 June, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
sponsored by IFIP WG8.1 (International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8.1)
Selmin Nurcan, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, France
Rainer Schmidt, University of Applied Sciences, Aalen, Germany
Pnina Soffer, University of Haifa, Israel
- business processes
- business strategy
- IT strategy
Prospective workshop participants are invited to submit a paper related to one or more of the main topics. The paper selection will be based upon the relevance of a paper to the main topics, as well as upon its quality and potential to generate relevant discussion. Three kinds of submissions are possible. (1) Full papers of up to 13 pages in LNCS format (please follow the LNCS instructions). (2) Short position papers of up to 6 pages, devoted to research in progress or to visionary ideas. (3) Industrial experience papers of up to 6 pages (see guidelines). The papers should be emailed to Selmin Nurcan, indicating the kind of paper submitted.
Submission dedline: February 18th 2009
Notification of acceptance: March 13th 2009
Camera-ready papers due: March 20th 2009
Selmin Nurcan is an associate professor at the Business School of the University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and a researcher at the ‘Centre de Recherche en Informatique’ (CRI). She has a Ph.D and an engineer degree in Computer Science. Her research activities include enterprise computing, business process management, change modelling, business/IS alignment, process (re)engineering and IS engineering. She has actively participated to research projects in collaboration with the industry.
Rainer Schmidt is a professor for business information systems at the Aalen University for Applied Sciences. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science, in which he developed concepts for the support of business processes by component-oriented software systems. Rainer has industrial experience as management consultant and researcher. His current research areas are processes in the service management area and their support.
Pnina Soffer is a lecturer in the MIS department in the University of Haifa in Israel. She has a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, in which she developed a requirement-driven approach to the alignment of enterprise processes and an ERP system. Pnina has industrial experience as a production engineer and as an ERP consultant. Her current research areas are process modeling and requirements engineering.
Roland Ukor is a PhD candidate in the Information Management Group of the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester. His research is in the area of Service Selection in Business Processes.
Ilia Bider, PhD - Director R&D of IbisSoft, a consulting business based company in Stockholm Sweden. The company specializes in the borderland between Management and IT, the main focus being on organization of operative work in non-manufacturing business processes. Ilia is also the Industry Editor of the Business Process Management Journal.
Ian Alexander, Scenario Plus, London, specialises in Requirements Engineering consultancy and training. His books include 'Writing Better Requirements' and 'Scenarios, Stories, Use Cases'. He has published many papers, and edits Requirenautics Quarterly, the newsletter of the BCS RESG.
Lars Taxén, PhD – Associate professor at Linköping University, has more than 30 years of experience in the telecom industry, where he has held several positions related to processes and information systems. His thesis concerns the coordination of large, globally distributed development projects with focus on ‘soft’ issues like sense-making. He has published in various conference proceedings, journals and book chapters and is now active as a researcher and consultant.
Gil Regev, PhD - Is a Senior Researcher at the School of Computer and Communication Sciences of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Knowledge Manager at Itecor, an international consulting company. Gil has 9 years of industrial experience in the software industry and 11 years in academia. His research interests are in the areas of Requirements Engineering, Enterprise Architecture and Knowledge Management.
Wil van der Aalst – Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Sebastian Adam – Fraunhofer IESE, Kaiserslautern, Germany
Antonia Albani – Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Ian Alexander – Scenario Plus, UK
Ilia Bider– IbisSoft, Stockholm, Sweden
Stewart Green - University of the West of England, UK
Paul Johannesson - Royal University of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Marite Kirikova - Riga Technical University, Latvia
Peri Loucopoulos - Loughborough University, UK
Renata Mendes de Araujo, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, BrasilJan Mendling – Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Murali Mohan Narasipuram, City University of Hong Kong
Selmin Nurcan - University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, France
Louis-Francois Pau – Erasmus University, Netherlands
Jan Recker - Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Gil Regev – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne (EPFL), Itecor, Switzerland
Manfred Reichert – University of Ulm, Germany
Michael Rosemann - Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Rainer Schmidt - University of Applied Sciences, Aalen, Germany
Pnina Soffer – University of Haifa, Israel
Markus Strohmaier – University of Toronto, Canada
Lars Taxén - Linköping University, Sweden
Roland Ukor – School of Computer Science, University of Manchester, UK
Barbara Weber – University of Insbruk, Austria
Jelena Zdravkovic - Royal University of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden