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Organisation von Konferenzen und Workshops

BPM 2019: 17th International Conference on Business Process Management
vom 1. - 6. September 2019 in Wien, Österreich
(Program Committee Member)

Vienna hosts nine federal universities as well as several private universities and universities of applied sciences, making Vienna the place to be for around 200.000 students. Two Viennese universities have joined forces to offer a great venue and program for BPM 2019, the University of Economics and Business where the BPM 2019 will be held at and the University of Vienna, one of the oldest and biggest university in Europe.

ECIS 2019: 27th European Conference on Information Systems
vom 8. - 14. Juni 2019 in Stockholm, Schweden
(Track Chair: Service Innovation, Engineering and Management)

Information Systems for a Sharing Society

A Sharing Society enables the advanced development of digital information technologies. Governments, organizations, and individuals have gained new capabilities and opportunities for sharing data, information, and knowledge in the world gone digital. The sharing activities bring the new possibility for governments to build an eco-social system for meeting citizens' essential needs; these create new waves of competition among businesses for creating new digital business designs and ways to manage customer relationships; these also enhance people's power in controlling their lives in the digital society. However, a Sharing Society triggers emerging challenges and issues that need to be adequately addressed, such as privacy and the digital divide. The continuous evolution of a Sharing Society significantly influences the efficient and effective use of information systems and advanced digital technologies. These are important to study from multiple perspectives.

ECIS 2019 will be a meeting platform for European and international researchers in the field of Information Systems to discuss and debate this sharing phenomenon. We envisage studies that reflect upon and provide innovative solutions that contribute to the sustainable development of the sharing society.

WI 2019: 14. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik 2019
vom 24. - 27. Februar 2019 in Siegen
(Track Chair: Digitale Transformation und Dienstleistungen)
CBI 2018: 20th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics
11. - 14. Juli 2018 in Wien, Österreich
(Program Committee Member)

The 20th anniversary edition of CBI will take place in Vienna, Austria from July 11-14, 2018.

Meet in Vienna, enjoy an open, friendly and stimulating atmosphere of discussion and knowledge sharing, discuss your research with peers, and take momentum back home for future work.

The IEEE Conference Series on Business Informatics is the leading international forum for state-of-the-art research in Business Informatics. IEEE CBI 2018 in beautiful summery Vienna calls for submissions in the multidisciplinary field of Business Informatics, and welcomes a multitude of theoretical and practical lenses, perspectives and mindsets on today’s challenges of the digital transformation.

IEEE CBI 2018 encourages a broad understanding of Business Informatics research and intends to further its many different facets, theoretical foundation and experiential body of knowledge. The CBI series has proven a fertile ground for research with high impact, and a hub for multidisciplinary research with contributions from Management Science, Organization Science, Economics, Information Systems, Computer Science, and Informatics. Based on integrative socio-technical and socio-economical views, Business Informatics advances our knowledge and design for future challenges of the digital transformation.

The CBI series aims at creating a forum for researchers and practitioners from various fields and backgrounds that contribute to the construction, use and maintenance of information systems and their organizational use contexts. A dedicated goal of the CBI series of conferences is to bring together researchers from different fields and disciplines to stimulate discussion, synergy and collaboration. Accordingly, the CBI conferences use a format that enables in depth discussions among researchers during the conference. The benefits of such a cross-disciplinary conception are contrasted by a challenge: Authors who submit a paper take the risk to be assessed by standards that are different from those they are used to in their own research communities. The CBI’s organization accounts for this challenge by the various tracks covering different fields, their track chairs and program committee members and program chairs. Tracks are not only intended to represent a certain subject area, but also to include papers from different communities.

Daniel Beverungen is member of the Program Commitee. For details and more information and important dates see our Call for Papers.

IESS 2018: 9th International Conference on Exploring Service Science, Exploring Service Systems in the Digital Era
19. - 21. September 2018 in Karlsruhe
(Chair Doctoral Consortium)

The 9th International Conference on Exploring Service Science, IESS 1.8, will be organized by the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), on September 19-21, 2018 in Karlsruhe, Germany. The conference will bring together academics and service industry practitioners and their worldwide partners in a collegial and stimulating environment. According to its tradition, IESS 1.8 will cover major areas of R&D and education related to service science and service innovation, including new research trends such as big data services, service analytics and smart service systems. Papers are welcome on all Service Science topics with a special focus on the tracks below. Contributions should be grounded in one or several contexts, multi-disciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged.

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM
The IESS Doctoral Consortium (DC) provides an opportunity for doctoral students to explore and develop their research interests under the guidance of a panel of distinguished researchers. We invite students who feel they would benefit from this kind of feedback on their dissertation work to apply for this unique opportunity to share their work with students in a similar situation as well as with senior researchers in the field. The strongest candidates will be those who have a clear topic and research approach, and have made some progress, but who are not so far along that they can no longer make changes. Submissions will be evaluated through a double-blind review process. Contributions submitted in English are limited to 6 pages (maximum) according to the paper formatting rules. Accepted DC papers will be published with DOI via KIT scientific publishing.

Daniel Beverungen is member of the Doctoral Consortium chairs. For details and more information and important dates see our Call for Papers

VHB-Jahrestagung 2018
23. - 25. Mai 2018, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
(Track Chair für den Bereich Wirtschaftsinformatik)

Prof. Dr. Daniel Beverungen ist auf der VHB-Jahrestagung 2018 in Magdeburg Track Chair für den Bereich Wirtschaftsinformatik. 

Die 80. Pfingsttagung des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e. V. (VHB) findet vom 23. bis 25. Mai 2018 an der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg statt. Im Zentrum der Tagung steht die Analyse betriebswirtschaftlicher Entscheidungsprozesse, welche sich stets in einem Spannungsfeld zwischen der Rationalität der Optimierungsmethoden und der eingeschränkten Rationalität des menschlichen Handelns befinden. In den Vorträgen und Plenumsdiskussionen soll unter anderem der zentralen Frage nachgegangen werden, welche Einschränkungen der Rationalität bei der Optimierung der Entscheidungsprozesse berücksichtigt werden sollten, um in der Praxis umsetzbare Mechanismen zu entwerfen. Die Diskussionen mit Experten aus der Wissenschaft und der Unternehmenspraxis geben der betriebswirtschaftlichen Forschung Impulse für eine verstärkt praxisnahe und verhaltensrobuste Entscheidungsunterstützung, die für die Wirtschaft von großer Bedeutung sind.

Die Jahrestagung des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e. V. bietet ein Forum, um neue Forschungsergebnisse aus allen Gebieten der Betriebswirtschaftslehre vorzustellen und zu diskutieren. Es können sowohl Vorträge als auch Symposien eingereicht werden. Weitere Informationen zum Call for Papers finden Sie hier

MKWI 2018: Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik
vom 6. - 9. März 2018 in Lüneburg
(Chair: Cyber-physische Systeme und digitale Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke)

Cyber-Physische Systeme (CPS) sind selbstoptimierende und rekonfigurative Systeme, die informationstechnische und physische Subsysteme mittels Kommunikationstechnik verknüpfen. Durch die Einbindung von Sensoren und Aktuatoren in ein digitales Gesamtsystem stellen CPS neuartige Systemfunktionen für die Informations-, Daten-, und Funktionsintegration zur Verfügung und ermöglichen so die Entwicklung vernetzter, digitaler Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke wie z. B. Smart Factory und Smart Mobility. Solche innovativen Geschäftsmodelle bzw. Smart Services wurden bislang jedoch nur exemplarisch etabliert und der Mehrwert von CPS wurde selten in konkreten Anwendungsszenarien nachgewiesen. Eine technische Voraussetzung für erfolgreiche CPS sind intelligente Dienste, die den Datenaustausch zwischen den Subsystemen des CPS ermöglichen. An der Schnittstelle zwischen eingebetteten Systemen und Anwendungssystemen müssen insb. Event-getriebene Architekturen und Datenschnittstellen konzipiert und implementiert werden. Cloud Computing ist ein vielversprechender Ansatz für die bedarfsgerechte Provisionierung digitaler Ressourcen. Im Rahmen einer IT-Architektur ist die Gestaltung von CPS als Gesamtsystem festzulegen. Hierbei sind Standardisierungspotenziale zu nutzen, die eine Interoperabilität der Subsysteme ermöglichen. Technische, organisatorische und rechtliche Aspekte sind zu betrachten. Dass das Verhalten bzw. die Prozesse der beteiligten Subsysteme nur eingeschränkt im Rahmen des Entwurfs vorherbestimmt werden kann, wirft zudem Fragen der Gestaltbarkeit bzw. Emergenz der Subsysteme und der CPS auf.
Die MKWI 2018 in Lüneburg steht unter dem Motto „Data driven X – Turning Data into Value“ und adressiert damit eine für Unternehmen und die öffentliche Verwaltung hoch aktuelle und potenzialträchtige Frage: wie die immer noch exponentiell wachsenden Datenbestände genutzt werden können.

ICIS 2017: International Conference on Information Systems
vom 10. - 13. Dezember 2017 in Seoul, South Korea
(Associate Editor im Track Service Science and Information Systems )

ICIS is the major annual meeting of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), which has over 4,000 members representing universities in over 95 countries worldwide. It is the most prestigious gathering of academics and practitioners in the IS discipline, and provides a forum for networking and sharing of latest ideas and highest calibre scientific work amongst the IS profession. Each year, over 1,000 IS academic professionals from around the world participate in the conference program, which includes about 60 sessions and 180 presentations, in addition to keynotes and panels.

ICServ2017: The 5th International Conference on Serviceology
12. - 14. Juli 2017 in Wien
(Program Committee Member)

The International Conference on Serviceology is an annual academic event initiated by the Society of Serviceology (www.serviceology.org) in Japan aiming to bring together researchers, academic and industry leaders, active and interested in the latest technologies, methodologies, and case studies addressing (co)-creation of services in a sustainable society.

ICServ2017, to be held in Vienna in July 12-14, 2017, is the fifth event in this series, following three successful events in Japan (2013, 2014, 2016) and one in the USA (2015). As its predecessors ICServ2017 aims to be an interdisciplinary forum for people to share their views to exchange ideas, to develop new insights and to report state of the art research results.

ECIS 2017: 25th European Conference on Information Systems
vom 5. - 10. Juni 2017 in Guimarães, Portugal
(Associate Editor im Track Service Innovation, Engineering and Management und
Associate Editor im Track (Business Process Management)

ECIS 2017 will take place in Guimarães, Portugal at the Centro Cultural Vila Flor and is hosted by the Department of Information Systems of the University of Minho. The aim of the ECIS 2017 is to discuss the fundamental issues related to the role information systems research and education can play in creating a smart, sustainable and inclusive world.

The world is facing very complex and long-term challenges that require sophisticated and integrated responses in a context of globalization, strong interdependency, pressure on resources, ageing. Simultaneously, the creation and sharing of information and knowledge is growing at a fast pace. The increasing pace of technological innovation and qualification of human resources brings with it the hope that the economic and social changes necessary to the well being of the world population may occur in an effective way.

DESRIST 2017: International Conference on Design Research in Information Systems and Technology 30. Mai bis 1. Juni 2017 in Karlsruhe
(Member of the program committee)

The International Conference on Design Research in Information Systems and Technology will take place from May 30 to June 1, 2017 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.

The potential for high-impact design science research is a frequently discussed topic, as the paradigm can generate applicable and relevant findings for practice. The link between design science and practice ecompasses more than the publication and consumption of research. Many design science studies take place in human life or organizational projects, which require ongoing collaboration between research and practice. This collaboration enables a continuous and reciprocal knowledge transfer, as innovative theoretical insights are applied in environments that are natural, complex, and developing.

DESRIST is focused on designing new and innovative constructs, models, methods, processes, and systems. The goal of this design science research (DSR) paradigm is the extension of boundaries of individual and organizational capabilities.

Daniel Beverungen is a member of the program committee and will be acting as a chair for Service Science papers that are submitted to the conference.

WI 2017: 13. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik
vom 12. - 15.Februar 2017 in St. Gallen
(Track Chair: Thought Leadership in Digital Transformation: From Insight to Impact)

Informationstechnologie durchdringt zunehmend alle Bereiche unserer modernen Gesellschaft. Gegenstände werden durch ihre Erweiterung um Sensoren, Aktuatoren, Rechenleistung und Konnektivität „smart“. Soziale Medien ermöglichen Personen, Unternehmen und öffentlichen Verwaltungen eine kontinuierliche und digitale Vernetzung. Zunehmend größere und verschiedenartige Datenmengen stehen zur Verfügung, um Ereignisse dokumentieren, analysieren und in Echtzeit vorhersagen zu können.

In ihrer Gesamtheit wirkt sich diese Digitale Transformation auf das Verhalten von Personen aus und verändert gleichzeitig Strukturen, Prozesse und Informationssysteme in Organisationen. Einerseits führt eine erfolgreich gestaltete Digitale Transformation zu mehr Wirtschaftswachstum, steigert das Gemeinwohl und fördert eine ökologisch nachhaltige Entwicklung. Andererseits gilt es, nicht intendierte Risiken der Digitalen Transformation entgegen zu wirken oder zu verhindern.

Dieser Konferenz-Track schafft einen Rahmen für die Präsentation, Diskussion und Entwicklung innovativer Ideen zur Digitalen Transformation aus der Perspektive einzelner Personen, von Organisationen und Institutionen, Netzwerken und der Gesellschaft insgesamt. Wir unterstützen ein breites Spektrum erkenntnistheoretischer Positionen und Forschungsmethoden zur Entwicklung neuartiger Theorien und innovativer IT-Artefakte. Besonders begrüßen wir Beiträge, die auf „Thought Leadership“ abzielen. Mit „Thought Leadership“ meinen wir innovative und substanzielle Ergebnisse, die neue Einsichten in die Wirkungsmechanismen der Digitalen Transformation geben und darüber hinaus innovative Lösungen zur Gestaltung von Organisationen und Informationssystemen vorstellen („from insight to impact“).

IDEE-Konferenz im Rahmen der Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik vom 26. - 30. September 2016 in Klagenfurt
(Workshop Chair)

Mit der Umstellung der Energieerzeugung und des Individualverkehrs auf nachhaltige Energieträger motiviert die Energiewende eine einschneidende Transformation der bestehenden Energieversorgungs- und Mobilitätssysteme.

Die Energiewende wird jedoch nicht allein durch technologische Aspekte, sondern vor allem durch eine erfolgreiche Einbindung der Konsumenten in dezentrale Energieund Mobilitätskonzepte geprägt. Im Rahmen des Workshops werden daher innovative Informationssysteme und IT-gestützte Dienstleistungen für die Energiewende und die Elektromobilität vorgestellt sowie Methoden zur Entwicklung dieser Informationssysteme und Dienstleistungen diskutiert.

Der Workshop richtet sich an Forschende und Praktiker, die Methoden der Wirtschafts- oder Energieinformatik zur Weiterentwicklung der Energiewende bzw. der Elektromobilität einsetzen. Jedoch ermutigen wir auch Angehörige themenverwandter Forschungsfelder wie der Energie- und Automatisierungstechnik, der Dienstleistungsforschung, dem Entrepreneurship, dem Geschäftsprozessmanagement, dem Internet der Dienste und der Intelligenten Systeme zur Teilnahme.

18th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics
vom 29. August - 1. September 2016 in Paris
(Associate Editor im Track Business Process Management)

The IEEE Conference on Business Informatics (CBI) will be held in Paris (France) from 29 August to 1 September 2016.

Business Informatics continues to establish its importance and consolidation as a main domain of research and applied work. IEEE has embarked upon this multidisciplinary area for a number of years. IEEE CBI, now in its 4th edition, plays an active role in the bootstrap process of the growing scientific and professional communities of the emerging field of Business Informatics. The policies adopted by the Steering Committee and the actions of the Organizational Committees are guided by the best international standards and intended on achieving top reputation due to the relevance of the topics selected and the rigor of the contributions selected for presentation.

The IEEE Conference on Business Informatics aims at advancing quality research related to business and practice, while addressing several relevant and inter-related domains. For details on domains (listed below) and topics addressed in this conference see our Call for Papers.

The 18th IEEE Conference on Business informatics will be held in the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers. We will be delighted to host you in Paris and count on you to have a fruitful and enjoyable conference.

2nd Workshop on the Role of Real-world objects in Business Process Management Systems, der im Rahmen der EDOC 2016
vom 5. - 6. September 2016 in Wien
(Associate Editor)

The increased diffusion of sensors in the world has lead to the possibility to monitor in detail the evolution of several real-world objects of interest. GPS receivers, RFID chips, transponders, detectors, cameras, satellites, etc. concur in the depiction of the current status of monitored things. Therefore, the opportunity arose to connect physical reality to digital information. The screening of real-world objects makes indeed sensors the interface towards real-world information, as they are the originators of machine-readable events. The exploitation of such knowledge is leading to successful applications such as Smart Cities, Flight Monitoring, Pollution Control, Internet of Things, and Dynamic Manufacturing Networks.

The amount of information at hand would consent a fine-grained monitoring, mining, and decision support for business processes, stemming from the joint observation of business-related objects in the real world. However, the main focus of process and data analysis in Business Process Management (BPM) still lies at a high level of abstraction, such as activities’ status, and is based on digital-to-digital information, such as information systems’ data- and activity-centric logs. Furthermore, a limited investigation from the BPM community has been evinced towards the physical-to-digital bridge so far. Such a bridge would be naturally provided by rethought information systems, where the knowledge extracted from real-world objects would best depict the contingencies and the context in which business processes are carried out. At the same time, awareness of physical reality for undertaken actions would allow for a better control over the interaction that the Business Process Management Systems (BPMSs) have with the real world.

The objective of the RW-BPMS workshop is therefore to attract novel research and industry approaches investigating the connection of business processes with real-world objects monitoring. Conceptual, technical and application-oriented contributions are pursued within the scope of this theme.

Workshop ECIS 2016 Service Science: Perspectives from the Next Generation of Service Scholars
am 11. Juni 2016 in Istanbul
(Workshop Chair)

Service Science is an emerging academic discipline that is highly relevant to IS scholars. Information systems enable the creation of many services (e.g. cloud based storage), while simultaneously representing the context in which many services are co-created (e.g. IT consulting).

However, despite substantial efforts within the field, researchers and practitioners still suffer from a lack of theory-based knowledge for engineering and managing services, and to leverage IS for service innovation. At the same time, service, a concept that can be considered the foundation of all economic exchange (e.g. Vargo and Lusch, 2004), now challenges previously established concepts in the IS discipline, such as the separation between corporate IS and consumer IS, or internal IS and external services. Service-focused research in IS needs to create and refine concepts, models, methods, and systems to reflect these developments. We call upon the next generation of service scholars that started their academic careers in the last 5 years to address the emerging challenges through fresh thinking.

ICIS 2016 Workshop am 10.12.16 in Dublin: Service Science and Information Systems Research: Moving Forward to Make a Difference
(Workshop Organizer)

Theme of the Workshop

Service Science is an emerging research field that is highly relevant to IS scholars. Information systems enable the creation of many services (e.g. cloud based storage), while simultaneously representing the context in which many services are co-created (e.g. IT consulting). However, despite substantial efforts within the field, researchers and practitioners still suffer from a lack of theory-based knowledge for engineering and managing services, and to leverage IS for service innovation. At the same time, service, a concept that can be considered the foundation of all economic exchange (e.g. Vargo and Lusch, 2004), now challenges previously established concepts in the IS discipline, such as the separation between corporate IS and consumer IS, or internal IS and external services. Service-focused research in IS needs to create and refine concepts, models, methods, and systems to reflect these developments.

Herausgeberschaft von Fachzeitschriften

Business & Information Systems Engineering
(Associate Editor im Department Business Process Management)

BISE (Business & Information Systems Engineering) is an international scholarly and double-blind peer reviewed journal that publishes scientific research on the effective and efficient design and utilization of information systems by individuals, groups, enterprises, and society for the improvement of social welfare. Information systems are understood as socio-technical systems comprising tasks, people, and information technology. Research published in the journal examines relevant problems in the analysis, design, implementation, and management of information systems.

BISE has been the flagship journal of the German-language Information Systems community for more than 55 years. It is now one of the leading European journals in the field. BISE is sponsored by the Section “Information Systems” (Wirtschaftsinformatik, WKWI) of the German Association for Business Research (VHB) and the special interest group “Business Informatics” (GI-FB WI) of the Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V. (GI) with more than 1200 members. BISE is also an affiliated journal of the Association for Information Systems (AIS).

The journal has almost 1800 individual subscriptions and 6813 institutions worldwide have online access to the journal via SpringerLink generating 151,353 downloads of articles in 2014. BISE is listed as “A” journal in many journal rankings and has an impact factor of 1.7 (2014).

Information Systems and e-Business Management
(Guest-Editor)

Information Systems and e-Business Management (ISeB) focuses on the core tasks of information systems management; the conceptual analysis, design, and deployment of information systems; and all e-business related topics. The journal publishes novel research findings in information systems management and e-business that advance the field fundamentally and significantly.

Published quarterly, this journal serves as a dynamic forum for both academics and practitioners in industry. These readers turn to ISeB to discover innovative research on all aspects of information systems management, including analytical, behavioral and technological perspectives.

Information Systems Journal
(Guest Editor)

The Information Systems Journal (ISJ) is an international journal that focuses on the study of information systems – on research, practice, experience, current issues and debates. The ISJ publishes articles that have broad and interdisciplinary topics as well as articles that show the integration of technological aspects with social, contextual and management issues by using adequate research methods. The journal is primarily focused on qualitative research, but also welcomes quantitative research that make theoretical and practical implications of their findings. Exclusively technical papers are not published in the ISJ.

Together with Virpi Tuunainen, Christoph Breidbach and Jens Pöppelbuß, Daniel Beverungen publishes the Special Issue " SMART SERVICE SYSTEMS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE " in the international top journal Information Systems Journal ( ISJ ). The ISJ one of the  six leading  journals in Information Systems and is rated as A- journal according to the VHB JOURQUAL 3. Deadline for submission is May 30, 2017.

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