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International Workshop on
Business Process Monitoring & Performance Management
(BPMPM 2005)

To be held in conjunction with DEXA 2005 , Copenhagen, Denmark

22 and 23 August 2005

Keynote Speech by Fabio Casati, HP Labs
Industry Trends in Business Process Management – Getting Ready for Prime Time


BPMPM Program

Monday, August 22, 2005

Session 1
10.30 - 12.30


Keynote Speech
Industry Trends in Business Process Management – Getting Ready for Prime Time
Fabio Casati, HP Labs

Business Performance Management System for CRM and Sales Execution
Markus Ettl, Bianca Zadrozny, Pawan Chowdhary, Naoki Abe

Strategic Monitoring and Alignment to Achieve Business Process Best Practices
Christian Lichka


Session 2
14.00 - 15.30


Enhanced Business Intelligence - Supporting Business Processes with Real-Time Business Analytics
Josef Schiefer, Andreas Seufert

Using Event-based Process Modelling to Support Six Sigma Quality
Claire Costello, Owen Molloy

Monitoring of Contextual Correlation of Business Process Events
Lilian Harada, Yuuji Hotta


Session 3
16.00 - 18.00


A data warehousing environment to monitor metrics in software development processes
Duncan D.A. Ruiz, Karin Becker, Taisa C. Novello, Virginia S. Cunha
Holistic Software Process Performance Measurement: From the Stakeholders' Perspective
Beate List, Robert Bruckner, Jochen Kapaun
Requirements for the Visualization of System-Spanning Business Processes
Ralph Bobrik, Manfred Reichert, Thomas Bauer
  Business Process Monitoring & Measurement in a large Bank: Challenges and selected Approaches
Peter Küng, Claus Hagen, Marisa Rodel, Sandra Seifert

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Session 4
10.30 - 12.30


Business Process Management with vague data
Oliver Thomas, Otmar Adam, Christian Seel

A Performance Measurement Perspective for Event-Driven Process Chains
Veronika Stefanov, Beate List

A Modeling Method for Integrated Performance Management
Faribors Ronaghi

Semi-Automated Treatment of Disruptions in Inter-Organizational Demand Allocation. A Web Services-based Approach
Andrew Zeller, Jochen K. Speyerer, Holger Niemann


Session 5
14.00 - 15.30


Dynamic Failure Recovery of Generated Workflows
Michal Gajewski, Mariusz Momotko, Hilmar Schuschel, Harald Meyer, Mathias Weske

A Petri-net based Approach to Performance Management of collaborative Business Processes
Marco Mevius, Andreas Oberweis

A Graph-Search Based Algorithm for Verifying Workflow Graphs
Sinnakkrishnan Perumal, Ambuj Mahanti


Call for Papers

The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers, developers and practitioners to discuss research issues and experience in developing and deploying business process monitoring and performance management concepts, applications, and solutions. The workshop also focuses on event management and data warehousing technologies that enable real-time business performance visibility and proactive control of business processes. Papers describing application experiences are particularly encouraged.

Papers presenting original contributions on business process monitoring and performance management (theory, techniques, methods, software architectures, case studies) are sought. The language of the workshop is English.

Topics of the BPMPM workshop include but are not limited to:

- Enabling technologies for business process monitoring
- Alignment of business and process monitoring
- Process simulation and performance analysis
- Real-time analytics for business processes
- Adaptive business processes
- Sense & Respond for Business process monitoring
- Managing business process events
- Web services technologies for business process monitoring and management
- Models, methodologies and solutions for Business Performance Management
- Models, methodologies and solutions for integrating business processes with data warehouses
- Conceptual modelling of business processes
- Goal orientation, metrics and business process monitoring and management
- Interoperability in Performance Management Systems
- Workflow analysis
- Process mining and process discovery
- Software process performance measurement

Case studies and experience reports related to the above topics are also welcome.

Important Dates

Submission of papers: 4 April 2005
Notification of acceptance: 1 May 2005 
Camera-ready copies: 25 May 2005

Submission Details

Authors are invited to submit research contributions representing original, previously unpublished work. Workshop proceedings to be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Papers should be in English, and should not exceed 5 pages, formatted according to the IEEE double-column proceedings format . Accepted are postscript, pdf or word format via email to Josef Schiefer (js@ifs.tuwien.ac.at). The papers accepted for BPMPM 05 will be published in the IEEE workshop proceedings of DEXA 2005.

Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of expression.

Publication Details

  1. IEEE sends the "Author Kit" (formatting instructions etc.) to all corresponding authors and organisers.
  2. The camera ready papers are limited to 5 (five) pages in IEEE format.
  3. Authors send camera ready papers electronically to IEEE prior May 25, 2005.
  4. Corresponding author sends signed copyright form to IEEE. Papers without copyright release form cannot be publised in the proceedings.
  5. At least one author of a paper is obliged to register  his / her participation in the workshop and to pay the registration fee of 475  before May 15, 2005.
  6. Of course one of the authors has to attend the DEXA workshop and has to present the accepted paper personally.

Organisational Committee

Workshop Chairs 

Josef Schiefer (js@ifs.tuwien.ac.at), Vienna University of Technology, AUT
Beate List (list@wit.tuwien.ac.at), Vienna University of Technology, AUT

Program Committee

Wil van der Aalst, Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
Stephen Brobst, NCR Teradata, US
Robert M. Bruckner, Microsoft, US
Fabio Casati, HP Labs, US
Soon Ae Chun, Rutgers University, US
Johann Eder, University of Klagenfurt, AUT
Markus Ettl, IBM Watson Research, US
Jun-Jang Jeng, IBM Watson Research, US
Peter Küng, Credit Suisse, CH
Harald Kühn, BOC Information Systems, AUT
Haifei Li, Union University, US
Carolyn McGregor, University of Western Sydney, AUS
Rakesh Mohan, IBM Watson Research, US
Michael zur Muehlen, Steven Institute of Technology, US
Gerald Quirchmayr, University of Vienna, AUT
Michael Rosemann, Queensland University of Technology, AUS
Jakka Sairamesh, IBM Watson Research, US
Guy Sharon, IBM Research Laboratory in Haifa, IL
Andreas Seufert, University of Applied Science Ludwigshafen/ Steinbeis University, GER
A Min Tjoa, Vienna University of Technology, AUT
José Tribolet, Technical University of Lisbon, PR
Robert Winter, University of St. Gallen, CH

This workshop site is available at http://wit.tuwien.ac.at/research/workshops/BPMPM2005.html

Information on the workshop location and the DEXA conference clusters will be available at the DEXA main page ( www.dexa.org ).




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