June 25, 2019

17:00-19:00 Registration
Venue “Sala de Juntas”

June 26, 2019

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7
08:30 Registration
Venue “Sala de Juntas”
09:30 Opening BIS and S-BPM One
Venue “Salón de Actos”
09:45 Keynote by Francisco Herrera
Venue “Salón de Actos”
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Artificial Intelligence 1
Room I2.31
ICT 1
Room I2.33
Social Media 1
Room I2.35
Academic Publishing
Room “Capilla”
ISAMD
Room H0.11
BITA 1
Room I0.10
S-BPM ONE IoT
Room I1.10
12:45 Lunch
14:15 Artificial Intelligence 2
Room I2.31
ICT 2
Room I2.33
Social Media 2
Room I2.35
Doctoral Consorium 1
Room “Capilla”
iCRM
Room H0.11
BITA 2
Room I0.10
S-BPM ONE Methodologies
Room I1.10
15:45 Coffee Break
16:15 Artificial Intelligence 3
Room I2.31
ICT 3
Room I2.33
Social Media 3
Room I2.35
Mentoring
Room “Capilla”
iDEATE
Room H0.11
BITA 3
Room I0.10
S-BPM ONE Emerging Trends
Room I1.10
21:00 Welcome Reception
Venue “Patio del Rectorado”
22:30 Optional Night trip tour

June 27, 2019

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6
08:00 Registration
Venue “Sala de Juntas”
09:00 Keynote by Alexander Markowetz
Venue “Salón de Actos”
10:00 Big Data 1
Room I2.31
Applications 1
Room I2.33
Smart infrastructure 1
Room I2.35
Doctoral Consorium 2
Room “Capilla”
BSCT 1
Room H0.11
BIS + S-BPM ONE Practice
Room I1.10
11:30 Coffee Break
12:00 Big Data 2
Room I2.31
Applications 2
Room I2.33
AKTB 1
Room I2.35
Doctoral Consorium 3
Room “Capilla”
BSCT 2
Room H0.11
S-BPM ONE Workshop 1
Room I1.10
13:30 Lunch
15:00 Big Data 3
Room I2.31
Applications 3
Room I2.33
AKTB 2
Room I2.35
Doctoral Consorium 4
Room “Capilla”
BSCT 3
Room H0.11
S-BPM ONE Workshop 2
Room I1.10
16:30 Coffee Break
17:00 Big Data 4
Room I2.31
Applications 4
Room I2.33
SciBoWater 1
Room H0.10
Mentoring
Room “Capilla”
BSCT 4
Room H0.11
S-BPM ONE Workshop 3
Room I1.10
21:30 Conference dinner
Venue “Restaurante Rio Grande”

June 28, 2019

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6
08:00 Registration
Venue “Sala de Juntas”
09:00 Keynote by Montserrat López Cobo
Venue “Salón de Actos”
10:00 Big Data 5
Room I2.31
Smart infrastructure 2
Room I2.35
QOD 1
Room I0.10
DixEX 1
Room H0.11
SciBoWater 2
Room H0.10
S-BPM ONE Quo Vadis
Room I1.10
11:30 Coffee Break
12:00 Applications 5
Room I2.33
Smart infrastructure 3
Room I2.35
QOD 2
Room I0.10
DixEX 2
Room H0.11
13:30 Lunch and Closing Words
Venue “Comedor Universitario”

Sessions:

Applications, Evaluations, and Experiences

Room I2.33

Applications 1

  • Real-Time Age Detection Using a Convolutional Neural Network
  • Deep Neural Networks for driver identification using accelerometer signals from smartphones
  • Machine learning for engineering processes

Applications 2

  • An Inventory-based Mobile Application for Warehouse Management to Digitize Very Small Enterprises
  • Enhancing Supply Chain Risk Management by Applying Machine Learning to Identify Risks
  • Predicting Material Requirements in the Automotive Industry using Data Mining

Applications 3

  • Are Similar Cases Treated Similarly? A comparison between process workers
  • Mining Labor Market Requirements Using Distributional Semantic Models and Deep Learning
  • Collaboration in Mixed Homecare – A Study of Care Actors’ Acceptance towards Supportive Groupware

Applications 4

  • Using Blockchain Technology for Cross-Organizational Process Mining – Concept and Case Study
  • Data Quality Management Framework for Smart Grid Systems
  • Balancing Performance Measures in Classification Using Ensemble Learning Methods

Applications 5

  • Dynamic Enterprise Architecture Capabilities: conceptualization and validation
  • Modeling the Cashflow Management of Bike Sharing Industry
  • Potential benefits of New Online Marketing Approaches

Artificial Intelligence

Room I2.31

Artificial Intelligence 1

  • Genetic Programming over Spark for Higgs Boson Classification
  • Genetic algorithms for the picker routing problem in multi-block warehouses
  • Determining Optimal Multi-layer Perceptron Structure Using Linear Regression

Artificial Intelligence 2

  • A Framework to Monitor Machine Learning Systems Using Concept Drift Detection
  • An Effective Machine Learning Framework for Data Elements Extraction from the Literature of Anxiety Outcome Measures to Build Systematic Review
  • A Maturity Model for IT-related Security Incident Management

Artificial Intelligence 3

  • A Model for Inebriation Recognition in Humans Using Computer Vision
  • Interaction of Information Content and Frequency as predictors of verbs’ lengths
  • Automated Prediction of Relevant Key Performance Indicators for Organizations
  • Audio-visual emotion recognition system for variable length spatio-temporal samples using Deep Transfer-Learning

Big Data and Data Science

Room I2.31

Big Data 1

  • Time series forecasting by recommendation: an empirical analysis on Amazon marketplace
  • Prediction of Productivity and Energy Consumption in a Consteel Furnace Using Data-Science Models
  • Understanding Requirements and Benefits of the Usage of Predictive Analytics in Management Accounting: Results of a Qualitative Research Approach

Big Data 2

  • Triggering ontology alignment revalidation based on the degree of change significance on the ontology concept level
  • A Comparative Application of Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Ontology Ranking
  • The Impact of Imbalanced Training Data on Local Matching Learning of Ontologies

Big Data 3

  • Deriving Corporate Social Responsibility Patterns in the MSCI Data
  • Profile Inference from Heterogenous Data
  • Method of Decision-Making Logic Discovery in the Business Process Textual Data

Big Data 4

  • Decision-Support for Selecting Big Data Reference Architectures
  • In-memory Big Graph: A Future Research Agenda
  • Challenging SQL-on-Hadoop Performance with Apache Druid

Big Data 5

  • The Shift from Financial to Non-Financial Measures during Transition into Digital Retail – A Systematic Literature Review
  • Modelling Legal Documents For Their Exploitation As Open Data
  • Re-engineering Higher Education Learning and Teaching Business Processes for Big Data Analytics

ICT Project management

Room I2.33

ICT 1

  • The Long Way from Science to Innovation – a Research Approach for Creating an Innovation Project Methodology
  • Quality of Research Information in RIS Databases: A Multidimensional Approach
  • An ICT Project Case Study from Education: A Technology Review for a Data Engineering Pipeline

ICT 2

  • Subject-Orientation as a Means for Business Information System Design – a Theoretical Analysis and Summary
  • Information Systems Planning and Success in SMEs: Strategizing for IS
  • Modifying consent procedures to collect better data: the case of stress-monitoring wearables in the workplace

ICT 3

  • Cyber Treat Intelligence Modeling
  • A COSMIC-Based Approach for Verifying the Conformity of BPMN, BPEL and Component Models
  • Stress-Sensitive IT-Systems at Work: Insights from an Empirical Investigation

Smart infrastructure

Room I2.35

Smart infrastructure 1

  • Business Challenges for Service Provisioning in 5G Networks
  • Safety is the New Black: the increasing Role of Wearables in Occupational Health and Safety in Construction
  • A Reference Architecture Supporting Smart City Applications

Smart infrastructure 2

  • Blockchain-based Platform for Smart Learning Environments
  • Improving healthcare processes with smart contracts
  • Energy Efficient Cloud Data Center Using Dynamic Virtual Machine Consolidation Algorithm

Smart infrastructure 3

  • Explaining performance expectancy of IoT in Chilean SMEs
  • Towards an Optimized, Cloud-Agnostic Deployment of Hybrid Applications
  • Deep Influence Diagrams: An Interpretable and Robust Decision Support System

Social Media and Web-based systems

Room I2.35

Social Media 1

  • Keyword-driven Depressive Tendency Model for Social Media Posts
  • Exploring Interactions in Social Networks for Influence Discovery
  • Trends in CyberTurfing in the Era of Big Data

Social Media 2

  • System modeling by representing information systems as hypergraphs
  • Influential Nodes Detection in Dynamic Social Networks
  • A Fuzzy Modeling Approach for Group Decision Making in Social Networks

Social Media 3

  • A literature review on application areas of social media analytics
  • Personalized cloud service review ranking approach based on probabilistic ontology
  • Development of a Social Media Maturity Model for Logistics Service Providers

S-BPM ONE:

Room I1.10

Session 1: IoT – Design and Development of Technology Infrastructures & IoT Frameworks

Chair: Werner Schmidt

  • Dependable Data Sharing in Dynamic IoT-Systems
  • Subject-oriented Specification of IoT Scenarios
  • (De)centralized AI Solutions – Technological and commercial design parameters

Session 2: Methodologies – Design Research, Methdologies and Organisational Processes

Chair: Albert Fleischmann

  • Conformance checking: A state-of-the-art literature review
  • Towards a Comprehensive Understanding of the Context Concepts in Context-aware Business Processes
  • A CoreASM based Referenz Implementation for Subject-Oriented Business Process Management Execution Semantics

Session 3: Emerging Trends – New and alternative approaches/paradigms

Chair: Stefanie Betz

  • A Board Game Approach to Knowledge Acquisition and Business Process Modeling with BPMN
  • Applying Agile Methods and Personas to S-BPM
  • Can you see the wood for the trees? Collection and Compilation of Agility Models for BPM

Session 4: Practice – (S-)BPM in Practice, Technology Cases and Management Issues

Chair: Stefanie Betz

  • Business Process Management in Tourism Businesses
  • A DMN-Based Method for Context-aware Business Process Modeling Towards Process Variability
  • Incremental Implementation of Automated Guided Vehicle-Based Logistics Using S-BPM: Experience Report of a Digitalization Project at ENGEL Austria

Session 5: S-BPM – Quo vadis?

Chair: Matthias Lederer

  • Enterprise Architecture of the future: STARY
  • What’s going to happen to Business Process Management? Current Status and Future of a Discipline
  • PANEL DISCUSSION

Workshop 1: Abstract Layers – Extending the Potential of the Subject-Orientated Modeling Paradigm

Chair: Matthes Elstermann & Albert Fleischmann

  • Modeling Complex Process Systems with Subject-Oriented Means
  • Demo session/tutorial

Workshop 2: Building Blocks & Economical Implications of The Internet of Actors

Chair: Florian Strecker & Felix Gniza

  • The Internet of Actors – A Peer-to-Peer Agile Value Creation Network
  • The economics of the Internet of Actors
  • Demo session

Workshop 3: Digital Transformation in Practice: BiSL Next and IT4B

Chair: Amit Sarkar & Walter Zondervan

  • Demo session

Workshops:

11th Workshop on Applications of Knowledge-Based Technologies in Business (AKTB 2019)

Room I2.35

AKTB 1

  • Data analytics in the electronic games
  • Company Investment Recommendation based on Data Mining Techniques
  • The impact of technology-based education on students’ performance
  • Evaluating the interdependent effect for Likert scale items

AKTB 2

  • Mining Personal Service Processes: Towards a Conceptualization for the Time Perspective
  • Knowledge-Based UML Use Case Model Transformation Algorithm
  • Design of a Social-Based Recommendation Mechanism for Peer-to-Peer Insurance
  • A Practical Grafting Model Based Explainable AI for Predicting Corporate Financial Distress

4th Workshop on Big Data and Business Analytics Ecosystems (iDEATE 2019)

Room H0.11
  • SmartM: A Non-intrusive Load Monitoring Platform
  • Towards a Digitized Understanding of the Skilled Crafts Domain
  • Competing for Amazon’s Buy Box: A machine-learning approach
  • Measuring Qualitative Performance Criteria with Fuzzy Sets
  • Developing an Artificial Intelligence Capability: A Theoretical Framework

Scientific Challenges & Business Opportunities in Water Management (SciBOWater 2019)

Room I0.10

SciBOWater 1

  • Multi-criteria decision-making model adjusted for the water quality management
  • Telemetry system for Smart Agriculture
  • Modeling Economic Influence on Technical Decisions in Urban, IoT-based Water Management Systems

SciBOWater 2

  • Increasing collaboration and participation through serious gaming for improving the quality of service in urban
  • Information Technology For Ethical Use Of Water

Academic Publishing in IS Journals – Talk with the editors

Room “Capilla”

Discussion panel

  • Prof. Rainer Alt (Electronic Markets)
  • Prof. Christof Weinhardt (BISE)

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.

Welcome Reception

Venue “Patio del Rectorado”
Address: Universidad de Sevilla, Calle San Fernando, 4, 41004 Seville

Conference dinner

Venue “Restaurante Rio Grande”
Address: Calle Betis, 69A, 41010 Seville.

Photos and videos

Please note that during the conference photos and videos of you make be taken for publicity and marketing purposes. If you do not want to be photographed, we kindly ask you to report it to the registration desk.