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Monday, October 19
 

9:30am CEST

Keynote 1 - Why Philosophize; Why Not Just Model?
Chair: Paul Johannesson

Based on philosophical and ontological ideas pertaining to the notions of ‘concept’ and ‘identity’, the research described here attempts to improve modelling languages by seeking a more valid and integrative multi-level framework based not only on philosophical insights but also on language use and speech act theory and on mathematical set theory. One important focus is that of role modelling, which is discussed in the light of the proposed integration.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Henderson-Sellers

Brian Henderson-Sellers

Brian Henderson-Sellers is Director of the Centre for Object Technology Applications and Research and Professor of Information Systems at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). He is author or editor of over 30 books and is well known for his work in OO and AO methodologies... Read More →


Monday October 19, 2015 9:30am - 10:45am CEST
Aula Borgarfjordsgatan 10

12:45pm CEST

Keynote 2 - Challenges of Building and Testing Increasingly Autonomous Systems
Chair: Peter Chen
Today, systems are including more autonomous functionality.  From drones to self-driving cars, from browsers  that anticipate our searches to Watson, autonomy is increasing.  The effective transition of increased autonomy depends upon trust—trust that these systems will be safe, trust that they will have appropriate cybersecurity, trust that they will perform within ethical boundaries.  Establishing trust for complex systems is hard.  Establishing trust for non-deterministic systems and for system that continuously learn learn is even more challenging. How will we meet this challenge?

Speakers
avatar for Paul D. Nielsen

Paul D. Nielsen

Director and CEO, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Paul D. Nielsen is Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.A. The SEI is a global leader in advancing software and cybersecurity to solve the nation’s toughest problems through focused research, development... Read More →



Monday October 19, 2015 12:45pm - 2:15pm CEST
Shared Space Borgarfjordsgatan 10
 
Tuesday, October 20
 

9:15am CEST

Keynote 3 - Conceptual Modeling in the Digital Age

Chair: Andreas L. Opdahl

The digital transformation of the society has disruptive implications on all sectors, and conceptual modelling will be no exception. This keynote will cover some of the emerging impacts digital opportunities will have on the way conceptual modelling is conducted and the type of conceptual models needed. First, the move from an age of automation to an age of digitisation shifts the attention from corporations to people leading to a higher demand for digital identities, ‘personal conceptual models’ and a requirement to capture birth-to-death value chains. Second, the pressure to reduce innovation latency will require improvement patterns and predictive capabilities demanding ‘proactive conceptual models’ which will serve as recommender systems for their users. Third, a shift towards ‘real-time conceptual modelling’ will increase the relevance of mining and context-aware solutions leading to a higher alignment between conceptual models and the reality they are depicting. The presentation will end with some further predictions on the nature and research opportunities of ‘conceptual modelling 3.0’.


Speakers
avatar for Michael Rosemann

Michael Rosemann

Dr Michael Rosemann is Professor and Head of the School of Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. This School includes QUT’s Business Process Management Discipline, one of the largest BPM groups in the world. Dr Rosemann is the author/editor... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am CEST
Aula Borgarfjordsgatan 10
 
Wednesday, October 21
 

9:30am CEST

Keynote 4 - Big Data Technologies and Management: What Conceptual Modeling Can Do?

Chair: Heinrich C. Mayr

The era of big data has arrived. Big data brings us the data-driven paradigm and enlightens us to challenge different classes of problems we were not able to solve in the past.  We are beginning to see the impacts of big data in every aspect of our lives and society. There are myriads of big data technologies available to us and much hype on how we can make the most of those technologies to extract values from big data projects. The conceptual modeling community has brought analysis and design as the key components of software and information system development lifecycles. In this talk, I argue that the conceptual modeling community could significantly contribute to the understanding, development, management, and education related to big data projects.  I will review recent advances in big data technologies and best practices in big data project management. Then, I will present how the conceptual modeling community could contribute to the successful use of big data technologies and what we can do for the management of big data projects. Finally, I will present several applications from healthcare projects in which I have been involved.


Speakers
avatar for Il-Yeol Song

Il-Yeol Song

Dr. Il-Yeol Song is professor in the College of Computing and Informatics of Drexel University and Director of Ph.D. Program in Information Studies in his college. He served as Deputy Director of NSF-sponsored research center on Visual & Decision Informatics (CVDI) between 2012-2014... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 9:30am - 10:45am CEST
Aula Borgarfjordsgatan 10
 
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