Conference programme

Wednesday, 24 June
  Room 003 Room 002 Room 004
9:00 Inauguration & Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Dr. Christian Bizer
11:00 coffee break
11:15 Big and Smart Data (1) BITA Huawei Tutorial
12:45 lunch
13:45 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Emanuele Della Valle
15:15 coffee break
15:30 Big and Smart Data (2) BITA Huawei Tutorial
18:30 welcome reception

Thursday, 25 June
  Room 003 Room 0011 Room 002
9:00 Keynote plenary session (Room 111)
Dr. Harald Sack
10:00 The past, present & future of DBpedia (Room 111)
Dimitris Kontokostas
10:30 coffee break
10:45 Semantic Technologies DBpedia Workshop Publishing opportunities
Prof. Kurt Sandkuhl
12:15 lunch
13:30 Business Process Management and Mining DBpedia Workshop AKTB
15:00 coffee break
15:15 Collaboration DBpedia Workshop AKTB
16:45 coffee break
17:00 Content Retrieval and Filtering DBpedia Workshop Real-time spatial analysis…
Karol Dworak
20:00 official dinner

Friday, 26 June
  Room 003 Room 002 Room 004 Room 213
9:00 Keynote plenary session (Room 111)
Dr. Wojciech Wiewiórowski
10:30 coffee break
10:45 Enterprise Architecture and Business and IT Alignment PTDCS   Tableau Tutorial (group 1)
12:15 lunch
13:15 Specific BIS applications PTDCS FSFE Tableau Tutorial (group 2)
15:15 coffee break
15:30 Open Data for BIS PTDCS   Tableau Tutorial (group 3)

Guidelines for presenters

For each paper we reserve 30 min. We suggest to divide it as follows: 20 min for presentation and 10 min for discussion.

A computer with MS Office will be available in each conference room, however we suggest to prepare your presentation in both ppt (pptx) and pdf file. Presenters can use their own laptop as well.

There will be internet connection for presenters in each conference room.

Main conference

    Big and Smart Data (1) (Room 003)

  • A Parallel Approach for Decision Trees Learning from Big Data Streams. Ionel Tudor Calistru, Paul Cotofrei and Kilian Stoffel
  • Industry 4.0 – Potentials for Creating Smart Products: Empirical Research Results. Rainer Schmidt, Michael Möhring, Ralf-Christian Haerting, Christopher Reichstein, Pascal Neumaier and Philipp Jozinovic
  • Evaluating new approaches of big data analytics frameworks. Norman Spangenberg, Martin Roth and Bogdan Franczyk

    Big and Smart Data (2) (Room 003)

  • Automated Equation Formulation for Causal Loop Diagrams. Marc Drobek, Wasif Gilani, Danielle Soban and Thomas Molka
  • An Empirical Study on Spreadsheet Shortcomings from an Information Systems Perspective. Thomas Reschenhofer and Florian Matthes
  • A novel mark based-Temporal Conceptual Graphs for enhancing big data management and attack scenario reconstruction. Yacine Djemaiel, Boutheina Fessi and Noureddine Boudriga

    Semantic Technologies (Room 003)

  • Ontology-based Creation of 3D Content in a Service-Oriented Environment. Jakub Flotyński and Krzysztof Walczak
  • Modeling and Querying Sensor Services using Ontologies. Sana Baccar, Wassim Derguech, Edward Curry and Mohamed Abid
  • Validation and Calibration of Dietary Intake in Chronic Kidney Disease: An Ontological Approach. Yu-Liang Chi, Tsang-Yao Chen and Wan-Ting Tsai

    Business Process Management and Mining (Room 003)

  • Mining multi-variant process models from low-level logs. Francesco Folino, Massimo Guarascio and Luigi Pontieri
  • On Improving the Maintainability of Compliance Rules for Business Processes. Sven Niemand, Sven Feja, Sören Witt and Andreas Speck
  • Evolutionary Computation Based Discovery of Hierarchical Business Process Models. Thomas Molka, David Redlich, Wasif Gilani, Xiao-Jun Zeng and Marc Drobek

    Collaboration (Room 003)

  • Empowering End-Users to Collaboratively Structure Processes for Knowledge Work. Matheus Hauder, Rick Kazman and Florian Matthes
  • Social collaboration solutions as a catalyst of consumer trust in service
    management platforms – a research study. Lukasz Lysik, Robert Kutera and Piotr Machura
  • The Relative Advantage of Collaborative Virtual Environments and Two-Dimensional Websites in Multichannel Retail. Alex Zarifis and Angelika Kokkinaki

    Content Retrieval and Filtering (Room 003)

  • Evaluation of the Dynamic Construct Competition Miner for an eHealth System. David Redlich, Mykola Galushka, Thomas Molka, Wasif Gilani, Gordon Blair and Awais Rashid
  • Dynamic reconfiguration of composite convergent services supported by multimodal search. Hugo Ordoñez, Jose Armando Ordoñez, Cristian Figueroa, Carlos Cobos and Juan Carlos Corrales
  • On Extracting Information from Semi-structured Deep Web Documents. Patricia Jiménez and Rafael Corchuelo
  • A Novel Approach to Web Information Extraction. Antonia M. Reina-Quintero, Patricia Jiménez and Rafael Corchuelo

    Enterprise Architecture and BITA (Room 003)

  • Interrelations between Enterprise Modeling Focal Areas and Business and IT alignment domains. Julia Kaidalova, Elżbieta Lewańska, Ulf Seigerroth and Nikolay Shilov
  • Combining Business Processes and Cloud Services: A Marketplace for Processlets. Danillo Sprovieri and Sandro Vogler
  • The Nature and a Process for Development of Enterprise Architecture Principles. Kurt Sandkuhl, Daniel Simon, Matthias Wißotzki and Christoph Starke

    Specific BIS applications (Room 003)

  • Multi-Dimensional Performance Measurement in Complex Networks Model and Integration for Logistics Chain Management. Lewin Boehlke, André Ludwig and Michael Gloeckner
  • Engaging Facebook Users in Brand Pages: Different Posts of Marketing-Mix Information. Mathupayas Thongmak
  • Context Variation for Service Self-Contextualization in Cyber-Physical Systems. Alexander Smirnov, Kurt Sandkuhl, Nikolay Shilov and Nikolay Teslya
  • EPOs, an Early Warning System for Post-Merger IS Integration. Erol Unkan and Barbara Thoenssen

    Open Data for BIS (Room 003)

  • The Adoption of Open Data and Open API Telecommunication Functions by Software Developers. Sebastian Grabowski, Maciej Grzenda, and Jarosław Legierski
  • The Use of Open API in Travel Planning Application – Tap & Plan Use Case. Michał Karmelita, Marcin Karmelita, Piotr Kałużny and Piotr Jankowiak


    AKTB (1) (Room 002)

  • Decision model for the use of the application for knowledge transfer support in manufacturing enterprises. Justyna Patalas-Maliszewska and Irene Krebs
  • Additional Knowledge Based MOF Architecture Layer for UML Models Generation Process. Ilona Veitaite and Audrius Lopata
  • Preserving Consistency in Domain-Specific Business Processes through Semantic Representation of Artefacts. Nikolaos Lagos, Adrian Mos, Jean-Yves Vion-Dury and Jean-Pierre Chanod

    AKTB (2) (Room 002)

  • Quantitative Research in High Frequency Trading for Natural Gas Futures Market. Saulius Masteika and Mantas Vaitonis
  • A Cluster Analysis on the Default Determinants in the European Banking Sector. Darie Moldovan and Simona Mutu

    BITA 1 (Room 002)

  • Building specific Information Systems alignment models. Oscar Avila and Virginie Goepp
  • Cyber-Physical Systems in an Enterprise Context: From Enterprise Model to System Configuration. Kurt Sandkuhl, Alexander Smirnov and Nikolay Shilov
  • Business and IT Alignment in Turbulent Business Environment. Yuri Zelenkov

    BITA (2) (Room 002)

  • Selecting the „right” Notation for Business Process Modeling: Experiences from an Industrial Case. Jörn Wiebring and Kurt Sandkuhl
  • Lightweight Metrics for Enterprise Architecture Analysis. Prince Singh and Marten van Sinderen
  • Workplace Innovation in Swedish Local Organizations – Technology Aspect. He Tan, Andrea Resmini, Vladimir Tarasov and Anders Adlemo

    FSFE (Room 004)

  • Improving Document Exchanges in the supply Chain. Jamel Eddine Jridi and Guy Lapalme
  • Mobile@Old an ADL Solution. Rusu Lucia, Jecan Sergiu and Sitar Taut Dan Andrei
  • OntoMaven – Maven-based Ontology Development. Adrian Paschke and Ralph

    PTDCS (1) (Room 002)

  • Privacy in Data-Centric Service: Research Agenda. Günter Müller
  • Personal Data as Payment Method in SNS and Users’ concerning Price Sensitivity – A Survey. Claus-Georg Nolte
  • Formal Reasoning about Privacy and Trust in Loyalty Systems. Koen Decroix, Jorn Lapon, Laurens Lemaire, Bart De Decker and Vincent Naessens

    PTDCS (2) (Room 002)

  • A Conceptualization of Accountability as a Privacy Principle. Christian Zimmermann and Johana Cabinakova
  • De-Anonymising Social Network Posts by Linking with Résumé. Yohei Ogawa, Eina Hashimoto, Masatsugu Ichino, Isao Echizen and Hiroshi Yoshiura

    PTDCS (3) (Room 002)

  • Smart Privacy Visor: Bridging the Privacy Gap. Adrian Dabrowski, Katharina Krombholz, Edgar Weippl and Isao Echizen
  • A Rule-Based Approach for Detecting Location Leaks of Short Text Messages. Nguyen Son Hoang Quoc, Minh-Triet Tran, Hiroshi Yoshiura, Noboru Sonehara and Isao Echizen
  • Transparency in Data-Centric Services and effects on privacy and resilience. Sven Wohlgemuth

    DBpedia Workshop (1) (Room 0011)

  • DBpedia 2015 Highlights. Markus Freudenberg
  • Recent Data Cleansing Approaches. Magnus Knuth
  • Cutting Long Stories Short: Fact Extraction from Wikipedia. Marco Fossati
  • Modelling the quality of attributes in Wikipedia infoboxes. Krzysztof Węcel and Włodzimierz Lewoniewski
  • SPARQLoud – Towards Linked Data Update Notications. Dinesh Reddy

    DBpedia Workshop (2) (Room 0011)

  • RDF Live Browser Extension. Cássio Prazeres and André Carlomagno Rocha
  • DBpedia Live subscriptions processing. Alexandru Todor
  • Modular Development of the DBpedia Ontology with Ontology Aspects and Web Protégé. Ralph Schaefermeier
  • Intelligent learning: enhancing MOOCs with DBpedia. Ali Siragedien
  • Utilization of DBPedia for data processing in maritime domain. Jacek Małyszko

    DBpedia Workshop (3) (Room 0011)

  • DBpedia in the Art Market. Dominik Filipiak
  • DBpedia SameAs service. Ande Valdestilhas
  • The FREME Project and the role of DBpedia. Nilesh Chakraborty
  • Moving towards wisdom through the knowledge hierarchy with the aid of semantic tools. Paweł Kapłański
  • DBpedia Tutorial. Markus Freudenberg

    DBpedia Workshop (4) (Room 0011)

  • DBpedia Dev Session


    Publishing opportunities (Room 002)

  • There are many possibilities to publish research work: workshops, conferences, book chapters, journals, open access publications, etc. The session will offer a perspective on publishing opportunities from the view of an experienced researcher. Special focus will be on journal publications, including typical review and publication processes. The Springer journal BISE (Business & Information Systems Engineering) will be used as an example. One intention of the session is to encourage participants to consider extending their BIS conference papers towards journal publications.

    Tableau Tutorial (Room 213)

  • Tableau is a smart BI tool which helps business users to explore, understand and visualize every set of data, even Big Data. During 1.5 h tutorial you will have a chance to create a powerful and visually appealing Dashboard on sample data. Additionally, Tableau expert will present connection to Google Big Query to show performance capabilities of the tool.

    Real-time spatial analysis with RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems) and In-Memory platform (Room 002)

  • Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), commonly known as drones, are becoming widely used as an aerial data capture platform in engineering surveying and infrastructure incidents handling. With real-time analysis of the added dimension of location information combined with customer-specific domain systems data, organizations may gain a new level of immediacy in their decision-making capabilities.

    Huawei Tutorial (1) (Room 004)

  • BIG DATA (OS9000) and Data Base in Memory (SAP HANA) – two ways to increase DataBase performance. Artur Duszczyk

    Huawei Tutorial (2) (Room 004)

  • Huawei strategy and solutions on Energy sector and Smart Grid. Piotr Glaska