12th International EMISA - Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures | June 2-3, University of Luxembourg

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12th International Workshop on Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures

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New information technologies such as AI, Digital Twins, Block Chain, Big Data, IoT, etc,
enable enterprises to innovate their core activities, from their information systems, via
their business processes, to their business models. These innovations pose design and
engineering challenges which, in their turn, result in several research challenges for
the fields of enterprise modelling and information systems architectures. At the same
time, the new information technologies also provide new opportunities to support the work
involved in (continuous) design and engineering of enterprises and their information
systems. Examples include (IoT based) process and enterprise mining, the use of AI to
help in the creation of models,  low-code platforms, etc.

EMISA 2022 is the twelfth international workshop in a series that provides a key forum
for researchers and practitioners in the field on design methods for information systems.
The workshop series emphasises the need for a coherent view on this field, fostering
integrated approaches that address and relate all relevant aspects of enterprises (e.g.
value propositions, business services, business processes, business rules, information
systems, IT infrastructures), cross-cutting concerns (e.g. security, privacy, compliance)
across stakeholders, designers, engineers, and domain experts.
https://www.emisa2022.eu/

Subjects
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The workshop is open to a broad range of subjects. Possible topics include, but are not
limited to:
– Patterns for enterprise and information systems architectures
– Service and value modelling
– Process modelling and process-aware information systems
– Complex event processing and event-driven architectures
– Domain-specific modeling methods and languages
– Meta-modeling and foundational ontologies
– Theoretical foundations of (enterprise) modelling
– Method engineering
– Quality of modelling methods and languages, and, (architecture) models
– Learning and teaching methods and languages
– Process mining, and enterprise mining in general
– Assisted enterprise and information systems modelling

The workshop is organized by the GI Special Interest Group on
Design Methods for Information Systems (GI-SIG EMISA),
which provides a forum for researchers from various
disciplines who develop and apply methods to support the analysis and design of
information systems.

Submission Types
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EMISA 2022 calls for submissions in the following categories:
– PhD Research Proposals (short paper of up to 5 pages): There will be a dedicated slot
  in the program to discuss PhD research proposals including the current status and the
  further plan of the research work.
– Current Research Talk Proposals (extended abstract of up to 2 page): Proposals for
  scientific talks of international excellence. Eligible are proposal submissions that
  are based on published or accepted papers from international conferences or journals.
– Novel Directions Talk Proposals (short paper of up to 5 pages): Proposals for talks
  that motivate a novel research direction, outline the research gaps to address, and
  carve out major challenges. These talks shall serve as a stimulus for discussions as
  part of a dedicated slot in the workshop program.
– Case Reports: EMISA 2022 explicitly welcomes reports on real-world cases involving
  modelling in an enterprise context. To this end, EMISA 2022 collaboratives with other
  events (e.g. EMMSAD, ER, CBI, and PoEM) to gather such case reports.
  See www.models-at-work.org for more details.

Submission
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– PhD Research Proposals, Current Research Talk Proposals, and Novel Directions Talk
  Proposals should be submitted to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=emisa2022.
– For the submission of Case Reports, please follow the instructions on:
  http://www.models-at-work.org
 
Publication
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– The extended abstracts of the Current Research Talks will be published in the next
  edition of the EMISA Forum.
– The short papers of PhD Research Proposals and Novel Directions Talk, will be
  published as an electronic CEUR proceedings volume.
– For the publication channel used for Case Reports, please refer to:
  http://www.models-at-work.org
 
Important Dates
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All dates in 2022:
– Submission: March 20th
– Notification (delayed): April 24th
– Camera ready copies for short papers of the PhD Research Proposals and
  Novel Directions Talks: May 1st
– EMISA 2022: June 2nd and 3rd

Organisation
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Conference chairs:
– Henrik Leopold, Kühne Logistics University & Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany
– Henderik A. Proper, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology &
  University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Local organisers:
– Pierre Kelsen, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
– Qin Ma, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Model-at-Work co-chairs for EMISA 2022:
– Christophe Feltus, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
– Qin Ma, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Programme committee:
– Dominik Bork, TUWien, Austria
– Andrea Burattin, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
– Jörg Desel, University of Hagen, Germany
– Dirk Fahland, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
– Michael Fellmann, University of Rostock, Germany
– Peter Fettke, Saarland University, Germany
– Hans-Georg Fill, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
– Thomas Hildebrandt, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
– Horst Kremers, CODATA-Germany
– Agnes Koschmider, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
– Ralf Laue, University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Germany
– Heinrich C. Mayr, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria
– Jan Mendling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
– Judith Michael, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
– Markus Nüttgens, University of Hamburg, Germany
– Andreas Oberweis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
– Hansjürgen Paul, Institute for Work and Technology, Germany
– Louise Pufahl, TU Berlin, Germany
– Stefan Strecker, University of Hagen, Germany
– Manfred Reichert, University of Ulm, Germany
– Ulrich Reimer, Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
– Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Technical University of Munich, Germany
– Gottfried Vossen, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany
– Matthias Weidlich, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
– Mathias Weske, Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany

contact:
Prof.dr. Henderik A. Proper 
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
     and 
University of Luxembourg

Europe; The right to be different 
www.erikproper.eu
e.proper@acm.org 
+352 – 621 762 041

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Remarks:  

In Safety & Security RISK Information Management we exactly deal in all the areas mentioned above:
Business services, business processes, business rules, information systems, IT infrastructures,
cross-cutting concerns (e.g. security, privacy, compliance)
across stakeholders, designers, engineers, and domain experts

The term “business” should not only be understood for  “enterprises” / “Pivate Sector” but instead it includes also public administration, law enforcement agencies, all kind of rescue organizations,  
including mutual and massive information interoperability and information use in cross-border and cross-organizational technical as well as humanitarian support. 

Formal Information Systems Architectures, Models and Implementation is one of the core aspects of Innovative RISK Domains Information Strategies

Horst Kremers

 

 

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