Dr Michael Rosemann

Dr Michael Rosemann is Professor and Head of the Information Systems School at Queensland University of Technology, where he established three Innovation Chairs funded by Woolworths, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Brisbane Airport Corporation. He has been the Chair of the first International BPM Conference outside Europe in 2007 (Brisbane) and keynote speaker at this conference in 2008. His BPM-related research areas are ambidextrous BPM, BPM strategy, BPM governance, process innovation, rapid process redesign, process modelling and context-aware BPM.
Dr. Rosemann is the author/editor of seven books, more than 230 refereed papers, Editorial Board member of ten international journals and co-inventor of US patents. His publications have been translated into Russian, Mandarin, German and Portuguese. His research projects received funding from industry partners such as Accenture, Australia Post, Infosys, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rio Tinto and SAP. Michael is a frequent keynote speaker at academic and commercial conferences and has spoken at all major global BPM conferences.

Dr. Marlon Dumas

Dr. Marlon Dumas is Professor of Software Engineering at University of Tartu, Estonia. Prior to this appointment he was faculty member at Queensland University of Technology and visiting researcher at SAP Research, Australia. His research interests span across the fields of software engineering, information systems and business process management. His ongoing work focuses on combining data mining and formal methods for analysis and monitoring of business processes. He has published extensively in conferences and journals across the fields of software engineering and information systems. He is co-inventor of six granted US/EU patents and co-author of two textbooks in the field of business process management.

Dr Michael zur Muehlen

Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Associate Professor of Information Systems
School of Business
Stevens Institute of Technology
Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

Dr Michael zur Muehlen is Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Information Systems in the School of Business. He is responsible for academic oversight, development, and growth of of the School of Business’ nine graduate programs, accounting for 950+ students.
Dr. zur Muehlen’s research focuses on process innovation and organizational efficiency. He has worked closely with organizations as diverse as the Accenture, Canon, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, NYC Transit, OSCE, SunGard, PegaSystems, the U.S. Department of Defense, National Security Agency and the U.S. Veterans Administration on process improvement and organizational efficiency matters. Between 2008 and 2012 he served as an advisor to the CTO and Chief Architect of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Business Mission Area.
Dr. zur Muehlen was named a fellow of the Workflow Management Coalition in 2004 and chair of the working group “Management and Audit”. He studies the process-based organizational transformation, the practical use of process modeling standards, techniques to manage operational process risks, and the integration of business processes and business decision modeling. SAP Research, the U.S. Army, the National Security Agency, the Australian Research Council, and private sponsors have funded his research. He has presented his research in more than 25 countries and was chairman of the International Conference on Business Process Management 2010.
Dr. zur Muehlen was awarded a PhD as well as a MS in Information Systems from the University of Muenster in Germany.