AdaptiveCM Workshop in Germany September 1

Things are shaping up for a really great workshop to spend a day talking about the latest research findings and possibilities for Adaptive Case Management.  It will be September 1 in Ulm Germany.I am hoping to see all of those Europeans who have a hard time getting the travel budget to come to America.  Register now.

Program

8:00-9:00 – Registration
Session 1: Opening (Ilia Bider)
9:00-09:15 – Presentation of participants
9:15-10:30 – Keynote: “There is Nothing Routine about Innovation”. Keith Swenson
10:30-11:00 – Coffee Break
Session 2. Research. Session (Keith Swenson)
11:00-11:30 “Research Challenges in Adaptive Case Mangement: A Literature Review”. Matheus Hauder, Simon Pigat and Florian Matthes
11:30-12:00 “Examining Case Management Demand using Event Log Complexity Metrics”. Marian Benner-Wickner, Matthias Book, Tobias Brückmann and Volker Gruhn
12:00-12:30 – “Process-Aware Task Management Support for Knowledge-Intensive Business Processes: Findings, Challenges, Requirements”. Nicolas Mundbrod and Manfred Reicher
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Session 3. Practice
14:00-14:30 “A Case for Declarative Process Modelling: Agile Development of a Grant Application System”. Søren Debois, Thomas Hildebrandt, Morten Marquard and Tijs Slaats
14:30-15:00 “Towards a pattern recognition approach for transferring knowledge in ACM”. Thanh Tran Thi Kim, Christoph Ruhsam, Max J. Pucher, Maximilian Kobler and Jan Mendling
15:00-15:30 “How can the blackboard metaphor enrich collaborative ACM systems?”. Helle Frisak Sem, Steinar Carlsen and Gunnar John Coll
15:30-16:00 – Coffee Break
Session 4. Ideas
16:00-16:30 “Towards Aspect Oriented Adaptive Case Management”. Amin Jalali and Ilia Bider
16:30-17.30 – Brainstorming
17:30-17:45 – Closing

Demo

Separately, I will also be demonstrating the Cognoscenti system as an open source platform for use in research around adaptive case management.

Hope to see you there

Update

Here is a link to a review of the workshop

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