Program on Sunday (18 September 2016)

Location: UNIRIO – AUDITORIUM CCET

Unirio address: Urca, Avenida Pasteur, 458.

Doctoral Consortium Day
08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-10:30
Session 1
Advancing Trace Clustering Beyond Traditional Objectives
Pieter De Koninck
Extended Abstract: Research Proposal for Business Process Architecture from Domain Models
Fernanda Gonzalez-Lopez
10:30-11:00 Coffee-break
11:00-12:30
Session 2
A Quality-Driven Platform for Analysis of Automatically Discovered Knowledge Intensive Processes
Pedro Richetti
Mining projects from structured and unstructured data
Saimir Bala
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30
Session 3
Using Rule-based Knowledge Representation and Reasoning for Resource Allocation in BPM
Giray Havur
On the Need of BPMN Business Process Execution Improvement
Ana Ivanchikj

Doctoral Consortium Jury

Prof. Avigdor Gal

Avigdor Gal is an Associate Professor of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management at the Technion. He is a Technion graduate and an expert on information systems. His research focuses on effective methods of integrating data from multiple and diverse sources, which affect the way businesses and consumers seek information over the Internet. His current work zeroes in on schema matching — the task of providing communication between databases, and connecting such communication to real-world concepts. Another line of research involves the identification of complex events such as flu epidemics, biological attacks, and breaches in computer security, and its application to disaster and crisis management. He has applied his research to European and American projects in government, eHealth, and the integration of business documents. Prof. Gal has published more than 100 papers in leading professional journals, conferences, and books. He authored the book Uncertain schema Matching in 2011.
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Prof. Selmin Nurcan

Selmin Nurcan is an Associate Professor at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a senior researcher at the ‘Centre de Recherche en Informatique’ (CRI). She has a Ph.D, a habilitation, and an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her research interests include enterprise computing, business process engineering/management, change modeling, information systems engineering, business/IS alignment, IS governance, CSCW, and more recently service orientation in enterprise engineering. She has actively participated in research projects in collaboration with the industry. She is author or co-author of 150 research productions. Selmin is co-organizer of the BPMDS series at CAISE since 2007, co-founder and co-organizer of the BPMS2 workshop series at BPM since 2008, co-founder and co-organizer of the SoEA4EE workshop series at EDOC since 2009, and a member of IFIP WG 8.1. She is acting as a program committee member of a number of international conferences and workshops. She chaired the CAISE Forum in 2011 and 2014, co-chaired the RCIS’2013 Program Committee and is currently co-chairing the CAISE’2015 Doctoral Consortium. She is serving on the editorial board of several international journals such us International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design, International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector, Requirements Engineering Journal, Journal of Innovation and Learning, e-journal on Advances in Enterprise Systems.