Call for papers
Modern enterprises face a strong pressure to increase agility and competitiveness, to operate on the global market, and to engage in manifold alliances. However, the vast majority of strategic initiatives in enterprises fail, meaning that enterprises are unable to gain success from their strategy. The key reason for these failures is the lack of coherence and consistency among the various components of an enterprise. At the same time, the need to operate as a unified and integrated whole is becoming increasingly important. Currently, these challenges are dominantly addressed from a functional or managerial perspective, as advocated by the management and organization sciences, and as implemented in MBA programs. Such knowledge is indeed necessary for managing an enterprise, but it is inadequate for bringing about changes in a fully systematic and integrated way. To do that, one needs to take a constructional or engineering perspective.
In addition, both organizations and software applications are complex systems, prone to entropy. This means that in the course of time, the costs of bringing about similar changes increase in a way that is known as combinatorial explosion. Entropy can be reduced and managed effectively through modular design based on atomic elements.
Lastly, the individual persons in an enterprise, in cooperation, are ultimately responsible for the effective and efficient operation of the enterprise. They are also collectively responsible for the evolution of the enterprise, in order to meet new challenges. These responsibilities can only be borne if members have an appropriate knowledge and an effective awareness of the construction of the enterprise.
Focus and Goal
The Enterprise Engineering Working Conference 2013 is the third working conference in the emerging field of Enterprise Engineering. The goal of the conference is to gather academics and practitioners in order to share innovative research issues and practical experiences, and to facilitate profound discussions about the challenges mentioned above. It is the mission of the discipline of Enterprise Engineering to develop new, appropriate theories, models, methods and other artifacts for the analysis, design, implementation, and governance of enterprises by combining (relevant parts of) management and organization science, information systems science, and computer science. The ambition is to address traditional topics in said disciplines from the Enterprise Engineering Paradigm. The result of the efforts should be theoretically rigorous and practically relevant.
Topics of interest to this working conference include, but are not limited to:
- Business Process Management
- Business Process Modeling and Simulation
- Business Rules
- Business Rules Management
- Collaborative, Participative, and Interactive Modeling
- Component-Based System Development
- Domain Ontologies
- Domain Reference Ontologies
- Enterprise Architecture
- Enterprise Governance
- Enterprise Modeling and Simulation
- Enterprise Ontology
- Information System Architectures
- Information System Ontologies
- Information Systems Design
- Information Systems Development
- Interoperability Testing and Verification
- Modeling (cross-enterprise) Business Processes
- Ontology-based Web Services
- Participatory Systems
- Reference Models for (cross-enterprise) Business Processes
- Service Oriented Architecture
- Service Oriented Design
The Enterprise Engineering Working Conference 2013 follows the successful 1st EEWC in 2011, 2nd EEC in 2012 and the preceding series of workshops (CIAO!’10, CIAO!’09, CIAO!’08, MIOS-CIAO’06, MIOS-INTEROP’05, MIOS’04) held at the DESRIST, CAiSE and OTM Federated conferences.
We are looking for articles on current or recently finished research projects as well as articles from practitioners. Based on our motivating experience of the previous workshops and working conference, the Enterprise Engineering Working Conference 2013 is planned to be a real working conference, providing ample time for profound discussions following short presentations.
The EEWC proceedings will be published in the Springer LNBIP series: “Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing“.
Papers should be submitted in PDF format. The results described must be unpublished and must not be under review elsewhere. Submissions must conform to Springer’s LNBIP format and should not exceed 15 pages, including all text, figures, references and appendices. Submissions not conforming to the LNBIP format or exceeding 15 pages will be rejected without review. Information about the Springer LNBIP format can be found at Springer LNBIP web page mentioned above. Three to five keywords characterizing the paper should be indicated at the end of the abstract.
For submissions please go to our Easychair conference web page and:
1) sign-up or sign-in
2) submit your abstract
3) upload your paper.
Important note: Since the review process is double-blind, please make sure that your names and affiliations are not listed in the paper submitted for review!
|Abstract submission:||January 17, 2013|
|Paper submission:||February 3, 2013 (Extended deadline)|
|Acceptance notification:||February 18, 2013|
|Camera ready:||March 04, 2013|
|EEWC:||May 13-14, 2013|
Jan L.G. Dietz, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Antonia Albani, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Erik Proper, Public Research Centre – Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
David Aveiro, University of Madeira, Portugal
Erik Proper, Public Research Centre – Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
|Bernhard Bauer||University of Augsburg, Germany|
|Birgit Hofreiter||Vienna University of Technology, Austria|
|Christian Huemer||Vienna University of Technology, Austria|
|Dai Senoo||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan|
|Eduard Babkin||Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia|
|Emmanuel Hostria||Rockwell Automation, USA|
|Eric Dubois||Public Research Centre – Henri Tudor, Luxembourg|
|Florian Matthes||Technical University Munich, Germany|
|Gil Regev||École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Itecor, Switzerland|
|Graham McLeod||University of Cape Town, South Africa|
|Hans Mulder||University of Antwerp, Belgium|
|Jan Hoogervorst||Sogeti Netherlands, The Netherlands|
|Jan Verelst||University of Antwerp, Belgium|
|Joaquim Filipe||School of Technology of Setúbal, Portugal|
|Jorge Sanz||IBM Research at Almaden, California US|
|José Tribolet||INESC and Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal|
|Joseph Barjis||Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands|
|Junichi Iijima||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan|
|Marielba Zacarias||University of Algarve, Portugal|
|Martin Op ‘t Land||Capgemini, The Netherlands; University of Antwerp, Belgium|
|Natalia Aseeva||Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia|
|Olga Khvostova||Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia|
|Paul Johanesson||Stockholm University, Sweden|
|Peter Loos||University of Saarland, Germany|
|Pnina Soffer||MIS department, Haifa University, Israel|
|Remigijus Gustas||Karlstad University, Sweden|
|Robert Lagerström||KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden|
|Robert Winter||University of St. Gallen, Switzerland|
|Rony Flatscher||Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria|
|Sanetake Nagayoshi||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan|
|Stijn Hoppenbrouwers||Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands|
|Ulrich Frank||University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany|