PoEM FORUM Programme

This will be updated closer to the conference dates. The draft programme booklet is available here for download here:  Programme Booklet.

FORUM Chairs

Tony Clark, Aston University, UK

Steffen Zschaler, Kings College, London

Room: C218 WEDNESDAY 23rd November 2022: PoEM FORUM
8:15-9:00 Registration. Coffee and bite size pastries available
9:00-10:30Keynote: Richard Veryard: Enterprise Modelling – Reflections on the History of an Idea
First plenary paper:
–  Henderik A. Proper and Giancarlo Guizzardi: “Modeling for Enterprises; Let’s go to RoME ViA RiME”
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30Enterprise modelling
Mark Mulder, Erik Proper, Fiodor Bodnar and Rick Mulder: “Simplified Enterprise Modelling Platform Architecture”
Silvia Bogea Gomes, Flavia Maria Santoro and Miguel Mira Da Silva: “A Bibliometric Analysis of Business Process Capabilities: Towards a Conceptual Model”
Henderik A. Proper, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Bas Van Gils: “Conceptual Modeling in Digital Transformations — Enabling enterprise design dialogues”
14:00-15:30 Process modelling
Hasan Koç and Samuel Mietke: “Role Clusters and Representative Skill Sets for Designing EAM Teams: A Quantitative Approach”
Georgios Koutsopoulos: “Compass: A Canvas for Changing Capabilities”
Hugo A. López and Vít Dexter Simon: “How to (re)design declarative process notations? A view from the lens of cognitive effectiveness frameworks”
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-18:00Model theory and case studies
Ginta Majore and Ivars Majors: “Digital Twin Modelling for Eco-Cyber-Physical Systems: In the Case of A Smart Agriculture Living Lab
Robert Deckers and Patricia Lago: “Methodical Conversion of Text to Models: MuDForM Definition and Case Study”
Ralfs Matisons, Rūta Pirta-Dreimane and Jānis Grabis: “Infection Safe Workplace Modelling”
Ksenija Lace and Marite Kirikova: “Pre-evaluation of Post-Merger Information System Integration Strategies”
18:00-19:30 RECEPTION at The Grove Atrium Mezzanine, Level 1. Middlesex University