Special meeting of the BPM Round Table

The BPM Round Table goes international! Since the BPM Round Table was organized for the first time, the concept has been adopted by countries and cities throughout Europe. At the moment, there are 21 local active BPM Round Tables in Europe. Please see the flyer for additional details.

To share this success with you, we organized a special meeting of the BPM Round Table on November 5, 2012. At this meeting in Eindhoven, internationally well-known researchers, together with representatives of the companies they cooperate with, presented their joint work. We had a special day, on which we can learned from big names in the European BPM community.

Details

Theme Business Process Management on European scale
Date Monday November 5, 2012
Program (updated) 8:45 Arrival & Registration YouTube
9:15 Opening Hajo Reijers, Eindhoven University of Technology/Perceptive Software
9:25 “Opportunities for evidence-based Clinical Decision Support Systems: An application for Oncology” Yaron Denekamp, Clalit Health Services/Technion, Israel
“Personalized Care Pathways using BPM and AI techniques” Arturo González Ferrer, University of Haifa, Israel
10:15 Coffee Break
10:30 “From Theory to Practice - A Decade of BPM Research & Development in the Automotive Domain: Challenges, Solutions, Project Examples” Joachim Herbst, Markus Hipp, Daimler AG, Germany YouTube
Manfred Reichert, University of Ulm, Germany
11:20 “Opera21 BPM & SOA ” Marco Aimar, Opera21 Group SpA, Italy
“Eventifier: Extracting Process Execution Logs from Operational Databases” Florian Daniel, University of Trento, Italy
12:10 Lunch
13:30 “Semantic Business Process Management - Insights from Modeling Practice and Empirical Assessment of Weakness Patterns for Analysis” Johannes Schwall, PICTURE GmbH, Germany YouTube
Patrick Delfmann, Michael Rackers, University of Muenster, Germany
14:20 “Guideline Compliance for Skin Cancer Treatment Processes: The Evidence-based Medical Compliance Cluster (EBMC2)” Stefanie Weber, Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, University of Vienna, Austria
15:10 Coffee Break
15:30 Short talk: “Business Process Management in Practice: Improving Quality Through a Joint Academia-Industry Effort” Rafael Montes, TimeProcess, Spain YouTube
Oscar Pastor, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
15:45 Short talk: “An Organizational Approach to BPM - Overview and Examples from BPM Cultural Fitness Studies” Theresa Schmiedel, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
16:00 “Collaboration TU/e & Pallas Athena / Perceptive Software” Wil van der Aalst, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
“The future of BPM Technology: Mines, green fields, and clouds” John Hoogland, Perceptive Software, The Netherlands
16:50 Closing remarks Hajo Reijers
17:00 Reception
Location Eindhoven University of Technology, Filmhouse, Zwarte Doos
Language English

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