process-flexibility.com - process-flexibility.com - Displaying items by tag: EDOC conference http://www.process-flexibility.com Sat, 21 Apr 2018 13:23:33 +0200 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Stefanie Rinderle-Ma PC Co-Chair of EDOC 2014 http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/185-stefanie-rinderle-ma-pc-co-chair-of-edoc-2014 http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/185-stefanie-rinderle-ma-pc-co-chair-of-edoc-2014

The EDOC 2014 conference will be organized by University of Ulm in Germany. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma and Georg Grossmann will serve as PC Co-Chairs. This was announced yesterday at the EDOC 2013 conference in Vancouver, Canada.

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kevin.andrews@uni-ulm.de (Kevin Andrews) News Fri, 13 Sep 2013 09:31:00 +0200
Keynote at EDOC’14: Investigating the Process of Process Modeling: Towards an In-depth Understanding of How Process Models are Created http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/170-keynote-at-edoc-14-investigating-the-process-of-process-modeling-towards-an-in-depth-understanding-of-how-process-models-are-created http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/170-keynote-at-edoc-14-investigating-the-process-of-process-modeling-towards-an-in-depth-understanding-of-how-process-models-are-created

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Barbara will give a keynote at EDOC’14, which is organized by Manfred Reichert and his team of the university of Ulm. The keynote on gaining and in-depth understanding of the process of process modeling will be held on September 5th. Don’t miss it! Details can be found subsequently.

Abstract. Business process models have gained significant importance due to their critical role for managing business processes. Still, process models display a wide range of quality problems. For example, literature reports on error rates between 10% and 20% in industrial process model collections. Most research in the context of quality issues in process models puts a strong emphasis on the product or outcome of the process modeling act (i.e., the resulting process models), while the process followed for creating process models is only considered to a limited extent.

2014 08 15 Weber Keynote

The creation of process models involves the elicitation of requirements from the domain as well as the formalization of these requirements as process models. In this presentation the focus will be on the formalization of process models, which can be considered a process by itself­—the process of process modeling (PPM). In particular, this presentation will discuss how the PPM can be captured and analyzed. For this, it will present a specialized modeling environment, which logs all interactions of the process modeler with the modeling environment, thus, providing the infrastructure to investigate the PPM. The presentation will also shed light on the way how process models are created, present different behavioral patterns that can be observed, and discuss factors that influence the PPM, e.g., modeler-specific factors like domain knowledge or process modeling competence and task-specific factors. In addition, the presentation will provide an outline on how methods like eye movement analysis, think aloud, or the analysis of bio-feedback (e.g., heart rate variability) might enable even deeper insights into the PPM.

More information on the keynote can be found here.

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kevin.andrews@uni-ulm.de (Kevin Andrews) News Fri, 15 Aug 2014 15:54:00 +0200
IEEE Conference on Enterprise Computing at Ulm University http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/169-ieee-conference-on-enterprise-computing-at-ulm-university http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/169-ieee-conference-on-enterprise-computing-at-ulm-university

Helsinki, Beijing, and Vancouver in the previous years, Adelaide next year, and this year? Ulm! More than 150 experts from over 25 countries will travel to Ulm between 1st and 5th September 2014 in order to attend the Opens external link in new window18th International IEEE EDOC Conference.

Regardless of whether an industrial company, a service provider or the public sector – every organization has to embrace state-of-the-art information and communication technology (ICT) to run its business successfully these days. In this context, Enterprise Computing comprises all information systems that ensure the smooth operation of intra- and inter-organizational business processes. Thereby, information-processing technologies come into play as well as methodologies and efficient approaches to develop and run those technologies.

The EDOC conference series provide the key forum for researchers, decision makers, enterprise architects, solution designers, and practitioners in the field of Enterprise Computing. The world's largest association of technical professionals Opens external link in new windowIEEE has been sponsoring the series since its foundation in 1997.  “We are regarded as one of the top research groups in the field of Enterprise Computing. So, bringing this international top conference to Ulm was a logical step at the end,” Opens internal link in current windowProf. Dr. Manfred Reichert, designated director of the Opens internal link in current windowInstitute of Databases and Information Systems, said.

This year’s EDOC conference in Ulm focuses on a late-breaking topic that even companies in the local area have to deal with in upcoming decades: the rapidly growing information overload in the information age as well as its implications on business processes, products and services. “Big Data will affect companies as much as the Internet did at end of 1990s. A direct and fast access to huge amounts of data including the smart analysis as well as the automatic extraction of information and knowledge will offer entirely new opportunities to companies. However, at the very same time, companies’ IT systems face tremendous challenges regarding the proper processing of big data, no matter whether it is unstructured data from the Internet or structured one from sensors built in production machines,” Prof. Reichert explains.

The EDOC 2014 organizers are very glad that they were able to convince Opens external link in new windowthree distinguished speakers holding the conference keynotes. One of Europe’s most famous computer scientists, Opens external link in new windowProf. Wil van der Aalst from the Technical University Eindhoven (The Netherlands), who is a member of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities and the Academy of Europe, will give a presentation about the role of Big Data in the analysis and optimization of business processes on Wednesday. In the following days, Dr. Heiko Ludwig from the IBM Research Center in San Jose/USA and Prof. Dr. Barbara Weber from the University of Innsbruck will give talks about specialized topics in the area of Cloud Computing and Business Process Management.

Regarding the keynotes it is to be finally emphasized that students from Ulm University are allowed to attend the keynotes for free (after a registration on the website). The local EDOC 2014 organizers – Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert, Opens internal link in current windowNicolas Mundbrod and Opens internal link in current windowRüdiger Pryss – thereby want to strengthen the important interplay between teaching and research. Further information about the conference, the keynote speakers as well as the opportunity to quickly register for the conference are available on the official website Opens external link in new windowhttp://www.edoc2014.org.

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kevin.andrews@uni-ulm.de (Kevin Andrews) News Sat, 30 Aug 2014 15:52:00 +0200
Proceedings of the IEEE EDOC 2014 Conference http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/153-proceedings-of-the-ieee-edoc-2014-conference http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/153-proceedings-of-the-ieee-edoc-2014-conference

Opens internal link in current windowManfred Reichert is co-editor of the Proceedings of the Opens external link in new window18th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (EDOC 2014). The EDOC 2014 conference and workshop proceedings have been published by the IEEE Computer Press. Professor Reichert was General Chair of the EDOC 2014 conference, which was organized by the DBIS team in Ulm, Germany, from 1st to 5th September 2014. 

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About 150 experts from 25 countries participated at the EDOC 2014 conference in Ulm. Since 1997, the EDOC conference series has provided the key forum for researchers, decision makers, and practitioners in the field of Enterprise Computing. EDOC 2014 focused on the rapidly growing data overload in the data science age as well as its implications on business processes, products and services. “Big Data will affect companies as much as the Internet did at end of 1990s. A direct and fast access to huge amounts of data including the smart analysis as well as the automatic extraction of information and knowledge will offer entirely new opportunities to companies. However, at the very same time, companies’ IT systems face tremendous challenges regarding the proper processing of big data, no matter whether it is unstructured data from the Internet or structured one from sensors built in production machines,” Prof. Reichert explains (Opens external link in new windowInterview with Manfred Reichert). 

Professor Reichert, director of the Database and Information Systems Institute [LINK], succeeded in bringing the renowned conference series, which had been hosted in Helsinki, Beijing, and Vancouver the years before, to Ulm. The EDOC conference series has been sponsored by IEEE, the world's largest association of technical professionals, since 1997. Among the hightlights of the conference was the Opens external link in new windowkeynote speech by Professor Wil van der Aalst (TU Eindhoven) on the the role of Big Data on the analysis and optimization of business processes. Further outstanding keynotes were delivered by Dr. Heiko Ludwig (IBM Research Centre, San José, US) and Professor Barbara Weber (University of Innsbruck, Austria) on Cloud Computing und Process Modeling.

EDOC 2014 Conference and Workshop Proceedings

Manfred Reichert, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, and Georg Grossmann (Eds.): Proceedings of the 18th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference, Ulm, Germany, 3-5 September 2014, IEEE Computer Press 

Georg Grossmann, Sylvain Hallé, Dimka Karastoyanova, Manfred Reichert, and Stefanie-Rinderle-Ma (Eds.): Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE 18th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops and Demonstrations, Ulm, Germany, 1-2 September 2014, IEEE Computer Press

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kevin.andrews@uni-ulm.de (Kevin Andrews) News Wed, 29 Oct 2014 15:40:00 +0100
DBIS will host IEEE EDOC Conference in 2014 http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/144-dbis-will-host-ieee-edoc-conference-in-2014 http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/144-dbis-will-host-ieee-edoc-conference-in-2014

The Institute of Databases and Information System (DBIS) will host the 18th IEEE International EDOC Conference (EDOC 2014) at the University of Ulm in autumn 2014. General Chair will be Manfred Reichert who has already been PC Co-chair of the EDOC 2013 conference in Vancouver. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma will be Program Co-chair together with Georg Grossmann (University of South Australia). Further details will be announced on the EDOC 2014 web site soon.

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Background

IEEE EDOC 2014 – the “Enterprise Computing Conference” – will be the eighteenth conference in a series that provides the key forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of enterprise computing.  EDOC conferences address the full range of models, methodologies, and engineering technologies contributing to intra- and inter-enterprise information systems. EDOC 2014 will be the 18th event in the series of EDOC conferences. Since 1997, EDOC has brought together leading computer science researchers, IT decision makers, enterprise architects, solution designers and practitioners to discuss enterprise computing challenges, models and solutions from the perspectives of academia, industry and government. The IEEE EDOC Conference emphasizes a holistic view of enterprise applications engineering and management, fostering integrated approaches that can address and relate processes, people and technology. Openness and distributed computing, based on services, components and objects are important themes.

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nicolas.mundbrod@uni-ulm.de (Nicolas Mundbrod) News Fri, 13 Sep 2013 21:13:11 +0200
EVL-BP'13 Keynote in Vancouver http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/139-evl-bp-13-keynote-in-vancouver http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/139-evl-bp-13-keynote-in-vancouver

Manfred Reichert was invited keynote speaker at the 6th Int’l Workshop on Evolutionary Business Processes (EVL-BP’13) – EVL-BP’13 took place in Vancouver, Canada on Sep 9, 2013. In his keynote entitled "From Theory to Practice – Transferring Innovative BPM Research to Industrial Practice", Manfred reported on DBIS research projects targeting at the flexible and efficient support of knowledge-intensive and human-centric business processes. In particular, he emphasized how innovative technologies developed in these projects were successfully transferred to industrial practice.

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Abstract:

Companies increasingly adopt process-aware information systems to capture, model, execute, monitor, and evolve their business processes. This keynote will draw a retrospective of some of the real-world challenges for business process management that we tackled in various domains (e.g., healthcare, automotive engineering) during the last decade. We will report on research projects which developed innovative technologies for the flexible and efficient support of knowledge-intensive and human-centric business processes. This includes concepts, methods and tools for enabling adaptive and evolutionary processes, data-driven process support, and human-centric workflows. In particular, we will discuss how the technologies we developed in these projects were successfully transferred to industrial practice.

Download Keynote (PDF):

Manfred Reichert: From Theory to Practice - Transferring Innovative BPM Research to Industrial Practice Invited Keynote at EVL-BP’13, Vancouver, Canada; September 9, 2013

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dominik.deuter@uni-ulm.de (Dominik Deuter) News Mon, 09 Sep 2013 13:23:45 +0200
Manfred Reichert is PC Co-Chair of the EDOC’13 Conference http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/122-manfred-reichert-is-pc-cochair-of-the-edoc13-conference http://www.process-flexibility.com/index.php/item/122-manfred-reichert-is-pc-cochair-of-the-edoc13-conference

Manfred Reichert is Program Co-Chair of the 17th IEEE International Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC 2013), which will be held in Vancouver, Canada from September 9-13, 2013. Manfred will share this task with Hamid Motahari from Hewlett Packard Laboratories, US.

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2012-12-14-EDOC-2013IEEE EDOC 2013 is the seventeenth conference in a series that provides the key forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of enterprise computing.  EDOC conferences address the full range of models, methodologies, and engineering technologies contributing to intra- and inter-enterprise distributed/cloud application systems. EDOC 2013 will be the 17th event in the series of conferences. Since 1997, EDOC has brought together leading computer science researchers, IT decision makers, enterprise architects, solution designers and practitioners to discuss enterprise computing challenges, models and solutions from the perspectives of academia, industry and government. The IEEE EDOC Conference emphasizes a holistic view of enterprise applications engineering and management, fostering integrated approaches that can address and relate processes, people and technology. Openness and distributed computing, based on services, components and objects are important themes. IEEE EDOC 2013 welcomes high quality scientific submissions as well as papers on enterprise computing industry experiences. The main theme of EDOC'13 will be on the impacts of services and cloud to enterprise architecture. Expert panel discussions and keynotes will address hot topics and issues in the domain. 

For more details see the EDOC'13 Website and especially the Call for Papers.

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dominik.deuter@uni-ulm.de (Dominik Deuter) News Fri, 14 Dec 2012 13:00:00 +0100