Monday, June 12th

8:00-17:00      Registration

9:00-10:10     Session 1: Joint Keynote with EMMSAD

Domain Specific Conceptual Model Engineering. Heinrich C. Mayr, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt

Abstract: Models are the fundamental human instruments for managing complexity and under-standing. As such they play a key role in any scientific and engineering discipline as well as in everyday life. Many modeling paradigms evolved over time in the various disciplines which lead to a huge variety of modeling languages, methods and tools. This in particular is true for Informatics, which is a modeling discipline per se, and since long tries to sys-tematize the realm of modeling by (1) clarifying the hierarchy of model layers like e.g. in MOF (meta object framework), (2) introducing ontological commitments into model hier-archies for a better semantical grounding, (3) harmonizing various modeling approaches to unified/universal ones, and (4) providing a framework for a systematic domain specific modeling method (DSMM) design where universal approaches fail.

Still, there is much to be done; in particular, to make systematic modeling an everyday activity in any domain of Information Systems and Software Development. But this re-quires a methodological modeling framework that is both, flexible enough to be applied in diverging fields, and rigid enough to pass assessments and certification as is standard practice in engineering disciplines.

The talk will sketch candidate building blocks of such a framework. First, by means of some examples, attention will be drawn to what is still going wrong in the modeling do-main. Based here on and on a taxonomy of modeling method characteristics, the practica-bility and the effectiveness of these building blocks will be discussed using Ambient As-sistance as an example modeling domain.

Short bio: Heinrich C. Mayr has been a full professor of Informatics at Universität Klagenfurt since 1990, leading the Application Engineering Research Group. Until then he was an assistant professor at the University of Karlsruhe (today: KIT), visiting professor at several universities, and CEO of a German software company. His research is documented in over 200 publications and includes information system design methodologies, requirements and model engineering, and knowledge management. He has held, amongst many other functions, that of President of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI). For 6 years he served as Rector of the University. Currently he is editor in chief of the “Lecture Notes in Informatics”, chairman of the ER steering committee, chairperson of the council of the Software Internet Cluster SIC, and Member of the TC “Wirtschaftsinformatik” of the German Accreditation Organisation ASIIN

10:10-10:30 Opening session (Chair: Selmin Nurcan, Jens Gulden)

10:30-11:00   Coffee break

11:00-12:30   Session 2: Non-functional considerations in business processes

Towards a Data-driven Framework for Measuring Process Performance. Isabella Kis, Stefan Bachhofner, Claudio Di Ciccio and Jan Mendling (idea paper)

Supporting Secure Business Process Design via Security Process Patterns. Nikolaos Argyropoulos, Haralambos Mouratidis and Andrew Fish

NFC-based Task Enactment for Automatic Documentation of Treatment Processes. Florian Stertz, Jürgen Mangler and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma

12:30-14:00   Lunch

14:00-15:30   Session 3:  New Challenges in Business Process Modeling and Support

Discovering Social Networks Instantly: Moving Process Mining Computations to the Database and Data Entry Time. Alifah Syamsiyah, Boudewijn F. van Dongen and Wil M.P. van der Aalst

Re-evaluation of Decisions based on Events. Luise Pufahl, Sankalita Mandal, Kimon Batoulis and Mathias Weske

Requirements Framework for Batch Processing in Business Processes. Luise Pufahl and Mathias Weske

15:30-16:00   Coffee break

16:00-17:30   Session 4: Understanding Business Process Models

Teaching and Learning State-Oriented Business Process Modeling. Experience Report. Georgios Koutsopoulos and Ilia Bider

Using Patterns for Communicating About Flexible Processes. Ralf Laue and Kathrin Kirchner (research-in-progress paper)

Towards Assessing the Theoretical Complexity of the Decision Model and Notation (DMN). Faruk Hasić, Johannes De Smedt and Jan Vanthienen (research-in-progress paper)

Teasings for Lessons Learned from Practice papers (Session 6)

19:00-23:00   Workshop Dinner

Tuesday, June 13th

8:30-17:00     Registration

9:00-10:30    Session 5: Testing Business Processes

Performance Comparison Between BPMN 2.0 Workflow Management Systems Versions. Vincenzo Ferme, Marigianna Skouradaki, Ana Ivanchikj, Cesare Pautasso and Frank Leymann

BPMN-based Model-Driven Testing of Service-based Processes. Daniel Lübke and Tammo van Lessen

Enabling Compliance Monitoring for Process Execution Engines. Marwa Hussein, Ahmed Awad and Osman Hegazy (research-in-progress paper)

10:30-11:00   Coffee break

11:00-12:30   Session 6: Lessons Learned from Practice (Chair: Jens Gulden)

Analyzing the Trajectories of Patients with Sepsis using Process Mining. Felix Mannhardt and Daan Blinde

 Beyond Activities: Business Process Models from a Knowledge Management Perspective. Pavel Kraus and Gil Regev

Travelling with technology perception. Uwe Gabriel and Eyk Pfeiffer

12:30-14:00   Lunch

14:00-15:30  Session 7: Business Process Model Comprehension

Cognitive Insights into Business Process Model Comprehension: Preliminary Results for Experienced and Inexperienced Individuals. Michael Zimoch, Rüdiger Pryss, Thomas Probst, Winfried Schlee and Manfred Reichert

Eye Tracking Experiments on Process Model Comprehension: Lessons Learned. Michael Zimoch, Rüdiger Pryss, Johannes Schobel and Manfred Reichert

Designing Visual Decision Making Support with the Help of Eye-tracking. Barbara Weber, Jens Gulden and Andrea Burattin (research-in-progress paper)

Defining Auto-Adaptive Modeling Interfaces Based on Stakeholder Proximity. Alexander Nolte and Jens Gulden (research-in-progress paper)

15:30-16:00   Coffee break

16:00-17:30   Session 8: Miscellaneous & Closing (Chair: Jens Gulden, Selmin Nurcan)

Unsupervised Event Abstraction using Pattern Abstraction and Local Process Models. Felix Mannhardt and Niek Tax (research-in-progress paper)

Using a Fractal Enterprise Model for Business Model Innovation. Ilia Bider and Erik Perjons (research-in-progress paper)

Discussion & Closing