Program outline

Time November 5 November 6 November 7
8.10-9.00 BSC
Tools exhibition
Tools panel


Opening starts at 8.50

9.00-10.00 Keynote
Baiba Apine, Dr. dat., CISA, Senior Management, PwC, A New Contract between Business and Business Analysts
Jose Perez Rios, Prof., University of Valladolid Designing Intelligent Enterprises with the Viable Systems Approach
10.00-10.20 Coffee Coffee
10.20-12.00 Session I: Enterprise modelling Approaches and Tools for Agility and Flexibility Session II: Enterprise Architecture (short and practitioner papers) Session VIII: Quality of Enterprise Models Session IX: Conceptualizations, Notations, and Ontologies (short and practitioner papers)
12.00-13.30 Lunch Lunch/Steering committee meeting
13.30-15.10 Session III: Change Management and Transformation Session IV: Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems (A) Session X: Enterprise Modelling and Business Processes (A) Session XI: Compliance in Enterprise Modelling (short and practitioner papers)
15.10-15.30 Coffee Coffee
15.30-17.00 Session V: Enterprise Modelling Cases Session VI: Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems (B)(short and practitioner papers) Session XII: Enterprise Modelling and Business Processes (B)
17.00-17.10 Break Closing session
17.10-18.10 Practice Master Class: Enterprise Architecture Capabilities – What is it and how to assess? Session VII: Enterprise Modelling and Requirements (short and practitioner papers)

Post conference session: Information Logistics (free of charge)


Social events Welcome party (19.00-21.00) Conference Dinner (19.30-22.00)

Key conference information with locations of social events is available here.

Detailed Program

List of Participants

Apine Baiba, PwC, Latvia
Asnina Erika, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Atvare Diana, Tieto, Latvia
Bajic-Bizumic Biljana, EPFL, Switzerland
Barata João, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Berzisa Solvita, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Bider Ilia, DSV, stockholm University, Sweden
Décosse Céline, Public Research Center Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
Diefenthaler Philipp, Softplant GmbH, Germany
Dirk Stamer, Rostock University, Germany
Ferreira Nuno, i2S- Informática Sistemas e Serviços, S.A., Portugal
Florez Hector, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Giannoulis Constantinos, Stockholm University, Sweden
Graham McLeod Graham, Inspired, South Africa
Herzberg Nico, Hasso Plattner Institute at the University of Potsdam, Germany
Hintsch Johannes, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Hofer Stefan, University Hamburg, Germany
Stirna Janis, Stockholm University, Sweden
Jens Kolb Jens, Ulm University, Germany
Jiří Kolář Jiří, Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics, Czech Republic
Krogstie John, NTNU, Norway
Jokste Lauma, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Karlsen Dag Rojahn, Computas AS, Norway
Kirikova Marite, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Kozmina Natalija, University of Latvia, Latvia
Lagerström Robert, The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Langermeier Melanie, University of Augsburg, Germany
Leitner Maria, University of Vienna, Austria
Penicina Ludmila, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Matthias Wißotzki, Rostock University, Germany
Meyer Martin, Dublin City University, Ireland
Nalchigar Soroosh, University of Toronto, Canada
Naranjo David, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Pekšēns Ivo, AS Itella Information, Latvia
Plataniotis Georgios, CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
Poels Geert, Ghent University, Belgium
Püster Johannes, University of Muenster - ERCIS, Germany
Ralyte Jolita, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Rios Jose Perez, University of Valladolid, Spain
Rogge-Solti Andreas, Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany
Rupino da Cunha Paulo, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
Pirta Ruta, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Sandkuhl Kurt, Rostock University, Germany
Schoenig Stefan, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Smirnov Alexander, SPIIRAS / Russaian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Sobah Abbas Petersen Sobah Abbas, SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway
Sostaks Agris, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Latvia
Steinhorst Matthias, University of Münster - ERCIS, Germany
Strautmane Valentīna, RTU, Latvia
Svee Eric-Oluf, Stockholm University, Sweden
Trąbka Jan, Cracow University of Economics, Poland
van der Linden Dirk, CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
Zdravkovic Jelena, Stockholm University, Sweden

List of accepted papers

Alexander Smirnov, Kurt Sandkuhl, Nikolay Shilov and Alexey Kashevnik. “Product-Process-Machine” System Modelling: Approach and Industrial Case Studies
Stefan Hofer. What a Modeling Approach for Application Landscape Transformation Should be Capable of
Florian Lautenbacher, Philipp Diefenthaler, Melanie Langermeier, Mariana Mykhashchuk and Bernhard Bauer. Planning Support for Enterprise Changes
Constantinos Giannoulis, Iyad Zikra, Maria Bergholtz, Jelena Zdravkovic, Janis Stirna and Paul Johannesson. A Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Modeling Approaches for Modeling Business Strategy
Fabiano Francesconi, Fabiano Dalpiaz and John Mylopoulos. Modeling Strategic Business Plans: the Montreux Jazz Festival Case Study
Jan Trąbka and Piotr Soja. Enterprise Modeling in Complex ERP Adoptions: Learning from the Experience of an IT Company
Johannes Hintsch and Klaus Turowski. Towards Operationalizing IT Service Management for an IT Service Industry’s ERP: A Structured Literature Review
Soroosh Nalchigar and Eric Yu. From Business Intelligence Insights to Actions: A Methodology for Closing the Sense-and-Respond Loop in the Adaptive Enterprise
Jolita Ralyté, Abdelaziz Khadraoui and Michel Léonard. From Information Systems to Information Services Systems: Designing the Transformation
John Krogstie. Evaluating Data Quality for Integration of Data Sources
Irina Rychkova, Jelena Zdravkovic and Thomas Speckert. Challenges of EA Methodologies Facing Progressive Decentralization in Modern Organizations
Hector Florez, Mario Sanchez and Jorge Villalobos. Embracing Imperfection in Enterprise Architecture Models
Georgios Plataniotis, Sybren de Kinderen, Dirk van der Linden, Danny Greefhorst and Henderik Proper. An Empirical Evaluation of Design Decision Concepts in Enterprise Architecture
David Naranjo, Mario Sanchez and Jorge Villalobos. Connecting the Dots: Examining Visualization Techniques for Enterprise Architecture Model Analysis
Robert Lagerström, Carliss Baldwin, Alan MacCormack and David Dreyfus. Visualizing and Measuring Enterprise Architecture: An Exploratory BioPharma Case
Matthias Steinhorst, Patrick Delfmann and Jörg Becker. vGMQL – Extending a generic model query language to include a visual query editor
Graham Mcleod. A Business and Solution Building Block Approach 
to EA Project Planning
Alexander Hjalmarsson, Matus Korman and Robert Lagerström. Software Migration Project Cost Estimation using COCOMO II and Enterprise Architecture Modeling
Maxime Bernaert, Joeri Maes and Geert Poels. An Android Tablet Tool for Enterprise Architecture Modeling in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Joost de Vries and Stijn Hoppenbrouwers. Rule Governance, Social Coding and Social Modeling
João Barata and Paulo Rupino Da Cunha. Modeling the Organizational Regulatory Space: A Joint Design Approach
Lauma Jokste. Integration of Business Rules and Model Driven Development
Dirk Van Der Linden and Henderik Proper. Do conceptual modeling languages accommodate enough explicit conceptual distinctions?
Ludmila Penicina. Linking BPMN, ArchiMate, and BWW: Perfect Match for Complete and Lawful Business Process Models?
Janis Barzdins, Edgars Rencis and Agris Sostaks. Granular Ontologies and Graphical In-Place Querying
Céline Décosse, Wolfgang Molnar and Henderik A. Proper. A qualitative research approach to get insights on Business Process Modelling Methods in practice
Stefan Schönig, Michael Zeising and Stefan Jablonski. Comprehensive Business Process Management through Observation and Navigation
Jens Kolb, Henrik Leopold, Jan Mendling and Manfred Reichert. Creating and Updating Personalized and Verbalized Business Process Descriptions
Outman El Hichami, Mohammed Alachhab and Mohammed Mohajir. An approach to validate complex business processes
Jiri Kolar, Tomas Pitner and Lubomír Dočkal. A dynamic approach to process design: A pattern for extending the flexibility of process models
Maria Leitner, Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma and Mark Strembeck. An Experimental Study on the Design and Modeling of Security Concepts in Business Processes
Nico Herzberg and Mathias Weske. Making Process Model Versions Comparable by Quantifying Changes
Nico Clever, Justus Holler, Johannes Puester, Maria Shitkova and Jörg Becker. Integrating Process Modeling Methodology, Language and Tool - A Design Science Approach
Dag Rojahn Karlsen, Helle Frisak Sem and Steinar Carlsen. Process Model Driven Requirements Engineering
Ilia Bider, Athanasios Karapantelakis and Nirjal Khadka. Building a High-Level Process Model for Soliciting Requirements on Software Tools to Support Software Development: Experience Report
Eric-Oluf Svee, Maria Kvist and Sumithra Velupillai. Capturing and Representing Values for Requirements of Personal Health Records
Nuno Ferreira, Nuno Santos, Pedro Soares, Ricardo-J. Machado and Dragan Gasevic. A Demonstration Case on Steps and Rules for the Transition from Process-level to Software Logical Architectures in Enterprise Models
Biljana Bajic, Irina Rychkova and Alain Wegmann. The Role of Invariants in the Co-evolution of Business and Technical Service Specification of an Enterprise
Ivo Peksens. Methodology of building ALM platform for software product organizations
Andreas Rogge-Solti, Ronny Mans, Wil van der Aalst and Mathias Weske. Improving Documentation by Repairing Event Logs
Sobah Abbas Petersen and John Krogstie. Experiences from teaching Enterprise Modelling to Students of Information Systems