Conference Programme

This will be updated closer to the conference dates. Details of the Main Programme, PoeM FORUM, Workshops, Models at Work and the Tutorials are available in the programme booklet here: Programme Booklet.

Conference Proceedings

The link to the PoEM 2022 proceedings on SpringerLink is at:


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

Friday afternoon also allows space for an informal visit to the excellent RAF Hendon Museum.

Main PoEM Plenary Programme

Thursday 24th November

8:15-9:00Registration. Coffee and bite size pastries available
9:00-9:15Opening Remarks
9:15-10:30Keynote: From Model-Based Software Engineering to Digital Twins: The Role of Modelling in Digital Transformation, Alan Brown, Exeter University
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30Session PM1: Models in Information System Development
Chair: Janis Grabis
 Investigating the effectiveness of model-based testing on testing skill acquisition: Felix Cammaerts, Charlotte Verbruggen and Monique Snoeck     
 Generating Low-Code Applications from Enterprise Ontology: Marien Krouwel, Martin Op T Land and Henderik A. Proper      
Advantages and Limitations of Experiments for Researching Participatory Enterprise Modeling and Recommendations For Their Implementation: Anne Gutschmidt           
12:30-14:00Lunch (2nd Floor Mezzanine College Building)
14:00-15:30Session PM2: Modeling Enterprise Architectures
Chair:  Monique Snoeck
·       Historization of Enterprise Architecture Models Via Enterprise Architecture Knowledge Graphs: Robin Bråtfors, Simon Hacks and Dominik Bork
·       Towards Ontology-based Validation of Enterprise Architecture Principles: Devid Montecchiari and Knut Hinkelmann         
Ontological Analysis and Redesign of Security Modeling in ArchiMate: Ítalo Oliveira, Tiago Prince Sales, João Paulo A. Almeida, Riccardo Baratella, Mattia Fumagalli and Giancarlo Guizzardi   
15:30-16:00Coffee Break
16:00-17:30Session PM3: DSML and Meta-Modeling
Chair: Anne Gutschmidt
Dynamic Models – the MetaMorph Formalism and Model-Operations: Victoria Döller and Dimitris Karagiannis           
Establishing Interoperability between the EMF and the MSDKVS Metamodeling Platforms: Florian Cesal and Dominik Bork           
 Beyond Business Development: Regulatory Assessment of Electricity Sector Projects with Contextual Requirements Engineering: Sybren De Kinderen, Qin Ma, Monika Kaczmarek-Hess and Rik Eshuis  

Friday 25th November

8:15-9:00 Coffee and bite size pastries available
9:00-10:30Keynote 2: Enterprise Modelling as a Strategic Driver for Optimising Growth
Mick Dudley, Chief Technology Officer, JJ FoodService Ltd
Chair: Kurt Sandkuhl
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:30Session PM4: Modeling Capabilities and Ecosystems
Chair:  Jolita Ralyte
·       Foundations of capability maps – a conceptual comparison: Anders Tell and Martin Henkel  
·       Applying and Evaluating the KYKLOS Method: Georgios Koutsopoulos, Anna Andersson, Janis Stirna and Martin Henkel           
·       Using Tangible Modeling to Create an e3value Conceptual Model for Digital Ecosystems: Nedo Bartels, Roel Wieringa, Matthias Koch, Karina Villela, Daniel Suzumura and Jaap Gordijn
12:30-14:00Lunch (2nd Floor Mezzanine College Building)
14:00-15:30Session PM5: Participatory Modeling
Chair: Geert Poels
• A Methodology for DSML-assisted Participatory Agent-Based Enterprise Modelling: Thomas Godfrey, Rahul Batra, Sam Douthwaite, Jonathan Edgeworth, Simon Miles and Steffen Zschaler
• Designing an Ontology for Human Rights Violations Documentation through Practitioner Input and Information Infrastructure Theory: Jöran Lindeberg and Martin Henkel
• Supporting the Individuation, Analysis and Gamification of Software Components for Acceptance Requirements Fulfilment: Federico Calabrese, Luca Piras and Paolo Giorgini
15:30-16:00Closing Remarks – Next PoEM Conference
16:00-17:30Tour to the RAF Hendon Museum (15 minute walk) (Optional)