Thursday (29 August 2013) 13:00-13:30
For the first time, BPM authors were asked to fill out a questionnaire and most authors did so. There were questions related to the use and availability of software tools and data sets, the BPM use cases addressed in the submitted paper, and the type of paper (e.g., student paper or not). The questionnaire and the author’s answers trigger interesting questions like:
- Should software and data sets presented in paper be available to reviewers (or even publically available)?
- How is the distribution of BPM papers over the 20 BPM use cases mentioned in the questionnaire?
- What use cases are missing? Which use cases deserve more attention and are underrepresented in the conference?
- How to stimulate submissions from the entire BPM spectrum mentioned in the call for papers?
The panel is intended to serve as a starting point for a discussion and perhaps even a joint publication/report on the “Future of BPM Research”. See http://wwwis.win.tue.nl/~wvdaalst/etc/BPM-use-cases-overview.pdf for an initial set of BPM use cases and http://bpm-conference.org/bpt-resource-management/ for the BPM Tool Database initiative.
Wednesday (28 August 2013) 12:00-13:00
The European BPM Round Table was established in 2012 and is a federation of more than 20 national BPM round tables aiming to transfer cutting-edge research into new products and services in the area of Business Process Management. The European BPM Round Table lifts these national initiatives to the European level. The goal is to attract the attention of decision makers and secure support for large-scale European BPM initiatives. All European BPM researchers and practitioners are invited to join forces. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVvc6NUeoHo for a short video explaining the work of the round table or visit bpmroundtable.eu.
This lunch meeting is by invitation only (existing or prospective round table members). For more information, please contact Hajo Reijers.
Monday (26 August 2013) 15:30-17:00
The IEEE Task Force on Process Mining will hold its annual meeting in conjunction with the Business Process Intelligence (BPI) Workshop.
The goal is of the task force is to promote research, development, education and successful adoption of process mining methods and technology. The goal of the meeting is to discuss:
- Ongoing standardization efforts on event log data (e.g. XES standard)
- Strategy for promoting process mining methods and tools
- Organization of events related to process mining
For further details, check the detailed meeting agenda.
Attendance to the meeting is free and open to everyone with an interest in process mining, regardless of whether or not they are registered to the BPI workshop and regardless of whether or not they are official members of the task force. No RSVP nor registration to the meeting is required.
For more information, please contact the chair of the task force, Wil van der Aalst, or visit http://www.win.tue.nl/ieeetfpm/.
The notification deadline to the authors for workshop paper has been extended to July 1 (Mon), 2013.
The deadline for submissions to BPI’2013 has been extended to 8 June (Sat). For more information, please refer to the homepage of BPI’2013.
The deadline for submissions to DAB’2013 has been extended to 2 June (Sun). For more information, please refer to the homepage of DAB’2013.
The workshop paper submission due date has been extended to May 31(Fri), 2013.
We kindly recommend you to complete your submission before the extended due date.
Submission site: please refer to this page.