Conference Programme

This will be updated closer to the conference dates.

Overview

Wednesday is devoted to parallel sessions for workshops, tutorials and special sessions. Thursday and Friday are the main plenary sessions for the PoEM conference.

WED 23 NOVTHU 24 NOVFRI 25 NOV
AM PoEM FORUM
9:00-12:30
PoEM Plenary Paper
Presentation
PoEM Plenary Paper
Presentation
AM Workshop 1: Digital Twin Engineering
9:00-12:30
AM Workshop 2: Blockchain and Enterprise Systems (BES)
9:00-12:30
PM PoEM FORUM

14:00-17:30
PoEM Plenary Paper
Presentation
PoEM Plenary Paper
Presentation
PM MODELS at WorkVisit to Hendon RAF Museum (optional)
PM Tutorial 1: Hands-on Artefact-Centric Business Process Modelling with MERODE
14:00-17:30
PM: Tutorial 2
14:00 -17:30
18:00-19:30: Conference Reception19:00 – 23:00:
Conference Banquet

Further details

DateConference Event
Wednesday 23rd November 2022
AM Session
9:30-12:30
Workshop 1: Digital Twin Engineering
Organizers: Vinay Kulkarni, Ruth Breu, Philipp Zech, Souvik Barat
Room: C205

Workshop 2: Blockchain and Enterprise Systems (BES)
Organizers: Petra Maria Asprion, Alessandro Marcelletti, Andrea Morichetta, Bettina Schneider
Room: CG13
Lunch
12:30 – 2pm
PM Session
2pm-5pm
Models at Work
Organizer: Eric Proper
Room: C218
Tutorial 1
Room: C205
Tutorial 2
Room: C106
18:00-20:00Conference Reception – Grove Building Atrium
THURSDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2022
AM Session
09:30 – 10:30
KEYNOTE: Details to be confirmed
11:00 – 12:30 Plenary paper presentations
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:30 Plenary paper presentations

Accepted papers

751Ítalo Oliveira, Tiago Prince Sales, João Paulo A. Almeida, Riccardo Baratella, Mattia Fumagalli and Giancarlo GuizzardiOntological Analysis and Redesign of Security Modeling in ArchiMate
831Thomas Godfrey, Rahul Batra, Sam Douthwaite, Jonathan Edgeworth, Simon Miles and Steffen ZschalerA Methodology for DSML-assisted Participatory Agent-Based Enterprise Modelling
1253Felix Cammaerts, Charlotte Verbruggen and Monique SnoeckInvestigating the effectiveness of model-based testing on testing skill acquisition
1474Sybren De Kinderen, Qin Ma, Monika Kaczmarek-Hess and Rik EshuisBeyond Business Development: Regulatory Assessment of Electricity Sector Projects with Contextual Requirements Engineering
2103Marien Krouwel, Martin Op T Land and Henderik A. ProperGenerating Low-Code Applications from Enterprise Ontology
5964Jöran Lindeberg and Martin HenkelDesigning an Ontology for Human Rights Violations Documentation through Practitioner Input and Information Infrastructure Theory
7284Florian Cesal and Dominik BorkEstablishing Interoperability between the EMF and the MSDKVS Metamodeling Platforms
9800Victoria Döller and Dimitris KaragiannisDynamic Models – the MetaMorph Formalism and Model-Operations

Conditionally accepted papers

2099Robin Bråtfors, Simon Hacks and Dominik BorkHistorization of Enterprise Architecture Models Via Enterprise Architecture Knowledge Graphs
2339Nedo Bartels, Roel Wieringa, Matthias Koch, Karina Villela, Daniel Suzumura and Jaap GordijnUsing Tangible Modeling to Create an e3value Conceptual Model for Digital Ecosystems
2742Georgios Koutsopoulos, Anna Andersson, Janis Stirna and Martin HenkelApplying and Evaluating the KYKLOS Method
6318Anne GutschmidtAdvantages and Limitations of Experiments for Researching Participatory Enterprise Modeling and Recommendations For Their Implementation
7930Federico Calabrese, Luca Piras and Paolo GiorginiSupporting the Individuation, Analysis and Gamification of Software Components for Acceptance Requirements Fulfilment
8293Anders Tell and Martin HenkelFoundations of capability maps – a conceptual comparison
9996Devid Montecchiari and Knut HinkelmannTowards Ontology-based Validation of Enterprise Architecture Principles