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Institute for Information BusinessRSS

Business- and technology-driven innovations require formal concepts, models and techniques towards their realization. The Institute for Information Business conducts research in this area with a specific focus on business process management, knowledge management, decision support systems, and the semantic web.

The Institute for Information Business is part of the Department of Information Systems and Operations.

Guest Talk: The entire new challenges, and opportunities, for BPM

Prof. Dr. Michael RosemannDate/Time: 12.07.2018 09:00 - 10:00Location: TC.4.03AbstractBusiness Process Management is conducted in the context of a larger economic environment, fast moving...

Guest Talk: Towards the blockchain formalization: the blockchain abstract data type

Antonella Del Pozzo, PhD Date/Time: 26.06.2018, 11:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract Blockchains became a game changer in the distributed storage area due to their ability to mimic the...

CIO Talk: Transforming a traditional retail bank into a technology company - Wolfgang Hanzl

Wolfgang HanzlBAWAGPSK Group CIODate/Time: June 6th, 2018, 6:00 pmLocation: TC.2.01Abstract Almost every industry is being disrupted by technology. A pan European industrial distributor -...

Guest Talk: Designing a Process Mining-Enabled Decision Support System for Business Process Standardization in ERP Implementation Projects

Christian Fleig, M.Sc. Date/Time: 30.05.2018, 12:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract Process standardization allows to optimize ERP systems and is a necessary step prior to ERP implementation...

Guest Talk: The Swiss-Army Knife of Semantic Data Compression - RDF Dictionaries

Dr. Miguel A. Martínez-Prieto Date/Time: 07.05.2018, 16:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract RDF is more than a metadata data model for web resources, it is a publication philosophy at Web scale...

Guest Talk: Evidence-Based Conformance Checking for Event Logs with Coarse-grained Timestamps

Dr. Henrik Leopold Date/Time: 07.05.2018, 11:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract Conformance-checking techniques are an efficient means to detect undesired behavior. They provide the possibility...

Guest Talk: Organizational Forgetting and Unlearning

Adrian Klammer, PhD Date/Time: 19.04.2018, 14:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract Despite increasing interest in the past years, the field of organizational unlearning and forgetting is still...

Guest Talk: Analysis of a Specification Approach using UML Activity Diagrams and Coexisting Textual Descriptions

Martin Beckmann, MSc.  Date/Time: 18.04.2018, 12:00 Location: D2.2.094 Abstract Due to rising complexity of systems, the efforts needed for their development continue to increase. Particularly...

Guest Talk: On the dimensions of predictive process monitoring

Dr. Chiara Di Francescomarino Date/Time: 11.04.2018, 15:00 Location: D2.3.103 Abstract Predictive process monitoring aims at predicting the future of an ongoing process execution by learning...

Guest Talk: The dynamics of drift in digitized processes

Dr. Waldemar Kremser Date/Time: Apil 4th 2018,4 p.m.Location: D2.2.094 Abstract This paper uses a simulation to build new theory about complexity and phase change in processes that are...