S-BPM ONE 2010 - the Subjectoriented BPM Conference
The second S-BPM ONE conference will be held in Karlsruhe, Germany, on October 14th 2010.
S-BPM ONE 2010 aims at uniting theory and practice by demonstrating how subjectoriented concepts can be applied to establish a new generation of business process management tools and methods.
The goal is to present recent research results and to identify and explore directions of future research. The conference shall be well-balanced with respect to established researchers and young scientists in the BPM community.
For the second year now the S-BPM ONE proceedings will be published in the LNCS series of Springer Science+Business Media.
Papers are solicited for, but not limited to these S-BPM topics:
- The Complexity Management perspective (i.e. Complex Event Processing)
- The Parallel Programming perspective (i.e. Pi Calculus)
- The Quality Management perspective (i.e. Contract Driven Modeling)
- The Process Choreography perspective (i.e. Choreography versus Orchestration)
- Process Modeling Notation
- Process Patterns
- Process Life Cycle
- Maturity Levels of S-BPM Tools
- Detlef Seese (chair), KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB), Karlsruhe, Germany
- Freimut Bodendorf, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Department of Information Systems, Nuremberg, Germany
- Alexander Gromov, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Business Informatics, Department of Modeling and Optimization of Business Processes, Moscow, Russia
- Max Mühlhäuser, TU Darmstadt, Telecooperation Division, Darmstadt, Germany
- Werner Schmidt, University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Business Information Systems (IT & Process Management), Ingolstadt, Germany
- Robert Singer, FH JOANNEUM - University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Information Management, Graz, Austria
- Christian Stary, Johannes Kepler Universität, Communications Engineering, Austria, Linz
Authors are invited to submit their paper written in English, no longer than 20 pages on letter-size or A4-size paper using at least 11-point font (and preferably LaTeX article style 11pt DIN a4paper).
Authors who wish to submit a paper to S-BPM ONE 2010 are invited to e-mail a PDF version of their paper.
- Paper submission deadline: August 20, 2010
- Notification of acceptance: September 20, 2010
- Registration deadline: September 30, 2010
- Conference: October 14, 2010
Please send an Email to s-bpm-one∂aifb uni-karlsruhe de
- A. Komus (Key Note Speaker): Key Lessons from Wikimanagement and BPM Best Practices: Aspiring for a Truly Holistic Approach in BPM
- E. Aitenbichler, S. Borgert: Distributed Execution of S-BPM Business Processes
- O. Kopp, L. Engler, T. van Lessen, F. Leymann, J. Nitzsche:Interaction Choreography Models in BPEL: Choreographies on the Enterprise Service Bus
- M. Kurz, A. Fleischmann: BPM 2.0: Business Process Management meets Empowerment
- N. Meyer, T. Feiner, M. Radmayr, D. Blei, A. Fleischmann: Dynamic Catenation and Execution of Cross Organisational Business Processes: The jCPEX! Approach
- K. Walser: BPM and BPMN as Integrating Concepts in eGovernment: The Swiss eGovernment BPM Ecosystem
- A. Sellner, E. Zinser: Establishing Conceptual and Functional Links between S-BPM and Business Rules
- J. Rodenhagen, F. Strecker: Using Multi-Subjects for Process Synchronization on Different Abstraction Levels
- S. Sneed: Exporting Natural Language: Generating NL Sentences out of S-BPM Process Models
- C. Krauthausen: Subjects vs. Objects: A Top-down Approach
- P. Kesch: Business Objects as a Mediator between Processes and Data
- Y. Stavenko, A. Gromoff: Subject-Oriented Approach for Automation and Modeling of ITIL v3 Processes on Metasonic Suite
Free Discussion and Problem Session:
- T. Olbrich: What does the industry expect from science? How can science help industry?: Call for a rethink on BPM research issues
- H. Buchwald: OOP and S-BPM – an analogy observation PowerSpeech
- S. Sneed: A Genesis of Thinking in Modern Business Engineering and Ancient Philosophy