S-BPM ONE 2017 : Subject-oriented Business Process Management
Call For Papers
S-BPM ONE is established as the primary venue of conceptual and practical innovations in the field of Subject-Oriented Business Process Management. The 9th International S-BPM ONE Conference 2017 will put an emphasis on novel approaches to value creation in cyber-physical systems that leverage BPM technology, and S-BPM in particular. Smart cities, integrated (inter-)enterprise value chains, smart energy and smart transport systems are just a few of the fields where BPM can make a difference. Besides this focus, S-BPM ONE invites contributions from all pertinent topics as usual.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to
Connecting real-world actors and activities in real-time with BPM processes
Integrating sensors, actors, apps and events to BPM
Integrating field workers and stakeholders in S-BPM
Governing Governance Networks
Managing Urban Ecosystems with S-BPM
Relating Organizational Resilience and Infrastructure Resilience based on (S-)BPM
Connecting Urban Data and Urban Services to Value Added Process Networks
Embedding Cyber-physical Systems (CPS) in S-BPM
Embedding Network and Actor Theories in S-BPM
Towards Network-Centric BPM
Applying agile Methods on BPM
Formal semantics and methods for S-BPM
Open Process Access in BPM Networks
Advancing Social BPM towards Subject-Oriented BPM
Repositioning Agent-based Systems for Value-based BPM
Process Values ‘in the Cloud’
Value Emergence in Process Networks
Enterprise Architecting for Value-based Process Networks
Enriching Cross-organizational Business Processes for Value Creation
BPM in Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management Networks
Collaboration in Smart Cities
The following variety of submissions is invited:
Research Papers as the way to present quality state-of-the-art research in all related BPM areas; for researchers with interest in BPM and related areas this is a primary citation source. Submissions should not exceed 10 pages (ACM format).
Practitioner Reports: This track is for practical BPM system developments or BPM implementation work that can be demonstrated either through hands-on-experience or presentations to receive focused feedback. Submissions on elaborated work practices and case studies on BPM are welcome. BPM practitioners are provided with the opportunity of oral presentation. Submissions outlining such presentations should not exceed one page (ACM format) plus technical installation requirements (if any)
Young Researcher Networking Event Contributions: Master or PhD students in one of the above mentioned areas, either in early stage or late stage, are encouraged to share ideas with peers and receive feedback in a relaxed atmosphere with senior people from research and development communities. Supervisors of master or PhD students are kindly asked to encourage their respective student participation. The submission required is just a one page abstract (ACM format) reflecting the theme and status of the work.
Work in Progress concerns submissions on on-going challenging and exploratory research or late-breaking results. This track will provide the opportunity of a poster presentation, as it is held in conjunction with the main tracks of the conference. Contributors will be asked to brief the audience through elevator pitches.