1. Keynote Title: Making Process Mining Green - Using Event Data in a Responsible Way
    Keynote Lecturer: Wil Van Der Aalst
    Presented on: 27/04/2016, Rome, Italy
    Abstract: Process mining provides new ways to utilize the abundance of event data in world surrounding us. These event data enable new forms of analysis facilitating process improvement. Process mining provides a novel set of tools to discover the real process, to detect deviations from some normative process, and to analyze bottlenecks and waste. Process mining will be an integral part of the data scientist's toolbox. Process mining is as generic as a spreadsheet. Where spreadsheets work with numbers, process mining starts from event data with the aim to analyze processes. Events (often hidden in Big Data) can be considered as the "new oil" and process mining aims to transform these into new forms of "energy": insights, diagnostics, models, predictions, and automated decisions. However, the process of transforming "new oil" (event data) into "new energy" (analytics) may negatively impact citizens, patients, customers, and employees. Systematic discrimination based on data, invasions of privacy, non-transparent life-changing decisions, and inaccurate conclusions illustrate that data science techniques may lead to new forms of "pollution". We use the term ``Green Data Science'' for technological solutions that enable individuals, organizations and society to reap the benefits from the widespread availability of data while ensuring fairness, confidentiality, accuracy, and transparency. To illustrate the scientific challenges related to "Green Data Science'', we focus on "Green Process Mining" as a concrete example. After introducing process mining, Wil van der Aalst will try to answer the question: How to benefit from process mining while avoiding "pollutions" related to unfairness, undesired disclosures, inaccuracies, and non-transparency?
    Conference Website: iceis.org/; enase.org/
    Presented at the following Conference: ICEIS, 18th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems; ENASE, 11th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering

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  2. Keynote Title: The Sensing Enterprise - Enterprise Information Systems in the Internet of Things
    Keynote Lecturer: Sergio Gusmeroli
    Presented on: 28/04/2016, Rome, Italy
    Abstract: The keynote aims at describing how recent IT innovations in the field of IoT (e.g. cyber physical systems, smart networks, edge computing, smart objects, business intelligence, data analytics) are influencing the evolution of Enterprise Information Systems. Thanks to the advent of IOT, Enterprise PLM systems are abandoning the walled garden of Design and Engineering, while embracing the whole product lifecycle, including post-sales services and addressing circular economy challenges, becoming this way “Things Lifecycle Management Systems”. At the same time, MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) need to consider Industry 4.0 evolution in production systems and the advent of Cyber Physical and Systems. What it is not fully clear up to now is the IOT-driven evolution of ERP and SCM systems and how decision making at the level of configuration, planning and scheduling of enterprises’ resources could be implemented by distributed edge-computing architectures. We call this new concept “The Sensing Proactive Enterprise”. The speech is inspired by several EC-funded R&I projects in the field of “IOT for Enterprise” under the FP7 and H2020 Framework Programmes in the Net Innovation unit E3 of the Future Internet (DG CNECT).
    Conference Website: enase.org/; iceis.org/
    Presented at the following Conference: ENASE, 11th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering; ICEIS, 18th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems

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  3. Keynote Title: Money-over-IP - From Bitcoin to Smart Contracts and M2M Money

    Keynote Lecturer: George Giaglis

    Keynote Chair: Witold Staniszkis

    Presented on: 30/04/2015, Barcelona, Spain

    Abstract: The Internet has sparkled a number of innovations that have fundamentally changed many aspects of our lives. Among them, it has dis-intermediated markets, transforming them from physical to digital. Up to date though, the most common of the elements present in any commercial transaction has largely escaped Internet’s influence: money. Analysts have long predicted that this could not be forever and indeed it hasn’t. Over the past years, we have witnessed the rapid rise of co-called cryptocurrencies, fuelled by the blockchain innovation.In this lecture, after briefly revisiting the nature of money (perhaps the less well understood of the most widely used technologies), I will address the emerging concept of smart money and its various potential uses. Starting from Bitcoin (the protocol), I will attempt to sketch out a road to money-over-IP, consisting of intermediate innovation stops at bitcoin (the currency), app-specific money, smart contracts, and M2M money. In the process, I will explain how these emerging innovations will fundamentally affect the nature of the Internet itself, as well as the future of commerce and our world.

    Presented at the following Conference: ICEIS, 17th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems and ENASE, 10th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering

    Conference Website:
    - iceis.org
    - enase.org

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  4. Keynote Title: Empowering the Knowledge Worker - End-User Software Engineering in Knowledge Management

    Keynote Lecturer: Witold Staniszkis

    Keynote Chair: George Giaglis

    Presented on: 30/04/2015, Barcelona, Spain

    Abstract: Rapid growth of international trade and cooperation on the one hand and the global Information and Communication Technology(ICT)-driven communication powered by the Internet have fuelled unprecedented expansion of global collaboration in practically all walks of human activity. Virtual organisations spanning not only diverse countries but also the entire regions become an ubiquitous and dynamic phenomenon. A good example are the European research programmes based on international project consortia, i.e. virtual organisations, characterised by well-defined goals to be attained within a specific time frame. Notwithstanding the ubiquity of such ICT environments as networking, email, social media and content management enhancing the capability of goal-oriented collaborating teams, jointly known as organization 2.0 platforms, much needs to be done to leverage investment in intellectual capital represented and produced by the knowledge workers. A novel architecture of a knowledge management system meeting the end-user software engineering requirements, thus empowering the knowledge worker to eliminate such intermediaries as system analysts and application programmers, will be discussed. Advantages of direct representation of user requirements in executable knowledge management application specification, as well as the resulting system agility and ease of maintenance will be presented. The state-of-the-art in the end-user software engineering area pertaining to the knowledge management systems realm will comprise information about the on-going research and development efforts. The principal features of a knowledge management system toolbox will be presented comprising such functional areas as semantic modelling of knowledge object repositories, adaptive management of knowledge management processes, as well as end-user graphic interface modelling and implementation.

    Presented at the following Conference: ENASE, 10th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering and ICEIS, 17th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems

    Conference Website: iceis.org and iceis.org

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  5. Keynote Title: Towards Data-driven Models of Human Behavior

    Keynote Lecturer: Nuria Oliver

    Keynote Chair: Leszek Maciaszek

    Presented on: 29/04/2015, Barcelona, Spain

    Abstract: In my talk, I will present some of the work on human behavior modeling and inference from data, both at the individual and aggregate levels, including facial expressions, interactive behaviors, office activities, driver maneuvers, sleep apnea and public health. I will highlight opportunities and challenges associated with building data-driven models of human behavior, particularly with mobile phones.

    Presented at the following Conference: ICEIS, 17th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems and ENASE, 10th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering

    Conference Website:
    - iceis.org
    - enase.org/

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The purpose of the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. Six simultaneous tracks will…


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The purpose of the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. Six simultaneous tracks will be held, covering different aspects of Enterprise Information Systems Applications, including Enterprise Database Technology, Systems Integration, Artificial Intelligence, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems Analysis and Specification, Internet Computing, Electronic Commerce, Human Factors and Enterprise Architecture.

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