[AISWorld] EDOC2015: Call for Workshops

Igamberdiev, Muzaffar - igamy001 muzaffar.igamberdiev at mymail.unisa.edu.au
Thu Mar 5 02:39:31 EST 2015

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Workshops at EDOC 2015
The 19th IEEE International Enterprise Computing Conference
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Communications Society.
September 21-25, 2015, Adelaide, Australia
Workshop paper submissions:  April 27, 2015
Workshops paper acceptance notifications:  June 15,2015
All camera-ready papers due:  July 4, 2015


W1: ModTools - 3rd Int'l Workshop on Methodical Development of Modeling Tools (ModTools'15)
W2: HIS - 1st Int'l Workshop on Clinical Process Analytics (HIS'15)
W3: SoEA4EE - 7th Int'l Workshop on Service-oriented Enterprise Architecture for Enterprise Engineering (SoEA4EE'15)
W4: EVL-BP - The 8th Int'l Workshop on Evolutionary Business Processes (EVL-BP'15)
W5: DPBA - 1st Int'l Workshop on Data-Driven and Predictive Business Analytics (DPBA'15)

W1: ModTools - 3rd Int'l Workshop on Methodical
                Development of Modeling Tools (ModTools'15)

Web: http://www.wi-inf.uni-due.de/ModTools15

Modeling techniques are applied in diverse fields of enterprise
computing and information systems engineering. Having modeling tools
available for creating, editing and analyzing models is a central assumption
made in these research areas, because without appropriate tooling
support, model-based methods cannot be reasonably applied. Research
prototypes of model editors are required for developing and evaluating
new modeling methods and languages. To be able to efficiently apply and
develop modeling techniques, it is thus desirable to methodically guide
the development of modeling tools with regard to their specific characteristics,
e. g., by aligning their design with the conceptualizations of
modeling languages via meta-models, or by deriving required model editor
functionality from high-level process specifications.
The workshop "Methodical Development of Modeling Tools" focuses on
procedures and architectural principles related to the creation of software
for editing, presenting, transforming, or analyzing models.

Jens Gulden, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Jens von Pilgrim, NumberFour AG, Germany

W2: HIS - 1st Int'l Workshop on Clinical Process Analytics (HIS'15)

Web: http://www.dsl.uow.edu.au/workshops/index.php?l1=cpa15

Process analytics involves the use of rich data store to generate insights into the design, execution,
resourcing and overall management of processes. While there has been a growing body of results on the
application of process analytics techniques in business processes, much remains to be done in fully
realizing the potential of clinical process analytics. This workshop seeks to bring together clinicians and
IT researchers to better understand how existing and new process analytics techniques might add value in
the practice of medicine. The specific topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following: Collecting and managing clinical process data, Clinical process data cleaning techniques, Data-driven insights into the design of clinical processes, Predictive analytics for clinical processes, Data-driven diagnostics for clinical processes, Exception handling in process execution, Clinical process variation management, Case studies.

Andrew Miller, Wollongong Hospital, Australia
Aditya Ghose, University of Wollongong, Australia
Chee Fon Chang, University of Wollongong, Australia

W3: SoEA4EE - 7th Int'l Workshop on Service-oriented
    Enterprise Architecture for Enterprise Engineering (SoEA4EE'15)

Web: http://crinfo.univ-paris1.fr/users/nurcan/SoEA4EE_2015/

Scientific Enterprise Engineering (EE) is the application of engineering
principles to the design of Enterprise Architectures (EA). It allows
deriving the Enterprise Architecture from the enterprise goals and strategy.
Enterprise architecture aims (i) to understand the interactions and all
kind of articulations between business and information technology,
(ii) to define how to align business components and IT components,
as well as business strategy and IT strategy, and more particularly
(iii) to develop and support a common understanding and sharing of
those purposes of interest. Enterprise architecture is used to map the
enterprise goal and strategy to the enterprise's resources (actors,
assets, IT supports) and to take into account the evolution of this mapping.
It also provides documentation on the assignment of enterprise resources
to the enterprise goals and strategy. There are different paradigms for
creating enterprise architecture. The most important is to encapsulate
the functionalities of IT resources as services. By this means, it is
possible to clearly describe the contributions of IT both in terms of
functionality and quality and to define a service-oriented enterprise
architecture (SoEA). The goal of the workshop is to develop concepts
and methods to assist the engineering and the management of service-oriented
enterprise architectures and the software systems supporting them.

Selmin Nurcan, University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France
Rainer Schmidt, Aalen University, Aalen, Germany

W4: EVL-BP - The 8th Int'l Workshop on Evolutionary
    Business Processes (EVL-BP'15)

Web: http://evl-bp2015.unisa.edu.au

The EVL-BP workshop series is devoted to evolution in business processes.
Enterprises face the challenge of rapidly adapting to dynamic
business environments. Evolving markets, policies, regulations,
technologies, and business models are some of the many vectors of
change along which enterprise systems must constantly align.
The capability of rapidly adapting systems and processes to an
ever-changing environment to leverage existing resources has become
a crucial factor of an organization's agility. In a recent EDOC
publication, Dam et al. pointed out the "need of techniques and
tools that provide more effective automated support for change
propagation within an Enterprise Architecture model". This workshop
focuses on the business process part of an enterprise evolution,
called evolutionary business processes. It fosters new approaches
that address specific issues related to flexibility and adaptation
of business processes such as design of easily adaptable processes,
dynamic handling of unexpected situations, optimality of adaptations,
or change management.

Guido Governatori, National ICT Australia Ltd (NICTA), Australia
Jens Kolb, University of Ulm, Germany
John Wondoh, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

W5: DPBA - 1st Int'l Workshop on Data-Driven and
    Predictive Business Analytics (DPBA'15)

Web: http://cs.adelaide.edu.au/~dpba2015/

The workshop aims at discussing the research and open issues related to the
data-driven business analytic methodologies and techniques in the context of
enterprise Big Data. The contemporary enterprise features the production, integration,
analysis, and utilization of Big Data, which have the 4-V characteristics:
volume, velocity, variety, and veracity. While the Big data hold the promise of
revolutionizing our understanding and decision-making methods towards enter-
prises and society, uncovering the value behind Big Data requires developing
innovative decision making approaches, especially predictive approaches in various
aspects, such as process configurations, resource allocations, scheduling
optimizations, and collaboration patterns negotiation. Models and methods from
multiple disciplines, such as data integration, data mining, statistics, business
intelligence, and information systems apply to the topic. However, the impact of
Big Data to business decision and corresponding analytic approaches remain an
open issue. This workshop will offer a valuable opportunity for participants to
exchange opinions, share experiences, advance ideas, report recent progress, and
disseminate research results on the topics related to Data-driven and predictive
business analytics.

Boualem Benatallah,  University of New South Wales, Australia
Xianzhi Wang, University of Adelaide, Australia
Quan Z. Sheng, University of Adelaide, Australia

For further information, please visit the conference website at:

Best regards,
Muzaffar Igamberdiev

Ph.D. Candidate
Advanced Computing Research Centre (ACRC)<http://kse.cis.unisa.edu.au/>
School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences
University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, SA 5095, Australia
phone: +61 8 8302 3943
e-mail: muzaffar.igamberdiev at mymail.unisa.edu.au<mailto:muzaffar.igamberdiev at mymail.unisa.edu.au>


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