Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support

the 21th edition of the BPMDS series,

in conjunction with CAISE'20, Grenoble, 8-9 June, 2020


BPMDS’20 Working Conference


BPM MEETS DATA

Business Process Modeling, Development and Support



Sponsored by IFIP WG8.1 (International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8.1)

The Business Process Modeling, Development and Support (BPMDS) working conference has been held for two decades, dealing with and promoting research on BPMDS, and has been a platform for a multitude of influential research papers. In keeping with its tradition, the working conference covers a broad range of theoretical and application-based research on BPMDS.

This year’s topic theme “BPM meets data” follows the emergence of data science as a prominent area, and is thus investigating various aspects of the relations between processes and data. These relations can be viewed along the business process life-cycle:

- Designing and modeling data-aware processes

- Integrating and incorporating different kinds and sources of data in process execution environments (IOT, blockchain, network traffic)

- Monitoring, assessing performance and conformance, and predicting the outcomes of running processes using the data they generate

- Creating process models from various sources of data through process discovery

This year, BPMDS'2020 will be completely virtual. Participation requires registration which is completely free for non-authors. Please visit http://caise20.imag.fr/registration.html for registration. The proceedings are available for a period of 4 weeks for BPMDS'2020 participants.


BPMDS sessions June 8th

10h30-11h30

Joint Keynote (BPMDS 2020 & EMMSAD 2020)

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Zoom Coffee break (if and only if you wish ;-) )


12h-13h

Session 1 - Business process execution and monitoring

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14h-15h

Session 2 - BPM applications in industry and practice

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BPMDS sessions June 9th

10h30-11h30

Session 3 - Process mining

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Zoom Coffee break (if and only if you wish ;-) )

12h-13h

Session 4 - Planning and scheduling in business processes

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14h-15h30

Session 5 - Process models and visualizations

More discussion and future - closing


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