Conference programme

Wednesday, 28 June
Room 306 Room 303 Room 207 Room 309
9:00 Conference registration (level 0)
10:30 Inauguration & Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Dr. Gitanjali Ponnappa
11:30 coffee break (Room 111)
11:45 Business and Enterprise
Modelling (1)
SESSISE SAP Tutorial (1) II Kongres Informatyki
Prof. Bogdan Franczyk
13:15 lunch (Room 111)
14:15 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Gronau
15:15 Business and Enterprise
Modelling (2)
AKTB (1) SAP Tutorial (2) II Kongres Informatyki
Ekonomicznej (1)
16:45 coffee break (Room 111)
17:00 The evolution of business
information systems and
the BIS
AKTB (2) SAP Tutorial (3) II Kongres Informatyki
Ekonomicznej (2)
19:00 social event – MK Bowling
Thursday, 29 June
Room 306 Room 303 Room 307 Room 309
9:00 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Marek Kowalkiewicz
10:00 coffee break and Poster Session (Room 111)
10:15 Big and Smart Data Blockchain session Doctoral Consortium (1) II Kongres Informatyki
Panel dyskusyjny
11:45 coffee break and Poster Session (Room 111)
12:00 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt
13:00 lunch (Room 111)
14:00 Applications Publications in journals and books – cases: BISE and Springer – discussion panel Doctoral Consortium (2) II Kongres Informatyki
Ekonomicznej (3)
15:30 coffee break and Poster Session (Room 111)
15:45 Smart Infrastructures AKTB (3) Doctoral Consortium (3) II Kongres Informatyki
Ekonomicznej (4)
17:15     Doctoral Consortium Mentoring Session
20:00 official dinner – Concordia Design
Friday, 30 June
Room 306 Room 303 Room 307 Room 309 Room 311
9:00 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Darren Dalcher
10:00 coffee break (foyer, 3rd floor)
10:15 Process Management (1) Teaching Case Workshop BITA (1) Doctoral Consortium (4) II Konferencja SASO (1)
11:45 Keynote plenary session (Room Aula)
Prof. Paweł Kalczyński
12:45 lunch (foyer, 3rd floor)
13:45 Process Management (2) Teaching Case Workshop BITA (2) Doctoral Consortium (5) II Konferencja SASO (2)
15:15 coffee break (foyer, 3rd floor)
15:30   ICT Project Management II Konferencja SASO (3)

Guidelines for presenters

For each paper we reserve 30 min. We suggest to divide it as follows: 20 min for presentation and 10 min for discussion.

A computer with MS Office will be available in each conference room, however we suggest to prepare your presentation in both ppt (pptx) and pdf file. Presenters can use their own laptop as well.

There will be internet connection for presenters in each conference room.

Main conference

Business and Enterprise Modelling (1)

  • Guangming Li, Renata de Carvalho and Wil van der Aalst: Automatic Discovery of Object-Centric Behavioral Constraint Models
  • Juan Pablo Sáenz, Steve Cardenas, Mario Sanchez and Jorge Villalobos: Semi-Automated Generation of EA Deliverables
  • Michael Fellmann: Towards Automated Process Model Annotation with Activity Taxonomies: Use Cases and State of the Art

Business and Enterprise Modelling (2)

  • Mario Cortes-Cornax and Adrian Mos: Multi-Process Reporting and Analysis for Change Management and Performance Reviews
  • Flavio Corradini, Fabrizio Fornari, Chiara Muzi, Andrea Polini, Barbara Re and Tiezzi Francesco: On Avoiding Erroneous Synchronization in BPMN Processes
  • Michal Krawczyk, Michal Kowalczewski, Elżbieta Lewańska and Witold Abramowicz: IFTT: Software Application Interfaces Regression Testing

Big and Smart Data

  • Hiba Alili, Khalid Belhajjame, Daniela Grigori, Rim Drira and Henda Hajjami Ben Ghezala: On Enriching User-Centered Data Integration Schemas in Service Lakes
  • Maedeh Yassaee: Design Principles for Digital Occupational Health Systems
  • Nina Khairova, Włodzimierz Lewoniewski and Krzysztof Węcel: Estimating the Quality of Articles in Russian Wikipedia using the Logical-Linguistic Model of Fact Extraction


  • Eva Hoos, Matthias Wieland and Bernhard Mitschang: Analysis Method for Conceptual Context Modeling Applied in Production Environments
  • Diana Lück and Christian Leyh: Evaluating Business Domain-Specific e-Collaboration: The Impact of Integrated e-Collaboration on the Coordination of Component Calculations in Product Costing
  • Jun-Lin Lin, Zhi-Qiang Peng and Robert K. Lai: Improving Pavement Anomaly Detection Using Backward Feature Elimination

Smart Infrastructures

  • Robert Wehlitz, Dan Häberlein, Theo Zschörnig and Bogdan Franczyk: A Smart Energy Platform for the Internet of Things – Motivation, Challenges, and Solution Proposal
  • Dennis Behrens, Thorsten Schoormann and Ralf Knackstedt: Towards a Taxonomy of Constraints in Demand-Side-Management-Methods for a Residential Context
  • Kurt Sandkuhl, Alexander Smirnov and Nikolay Shilov: Decomposition of Tasks in Business Process Outsourcing

Process Management (1)

  • Fakhra Jabeen, Henrik Leopold and Hajo A. Reijers: How to make Process Model Matching work better? An Analysis of Current Similarity Measures
  • Thorsten Schoormann, Dennis Behrens, Ulrich Heid and Ralf Knackstedt: Semi-Automatic Development of Modelling Techniques with Computational Linguistic Methods – A Procedure Model and its Application
  • Farah Bellaaj, Mohamed Sellami, Sami Bhiri and Zakaria Maamar: Obstacle-Aware Resource Allocation in Business Processes

Process Management (2)

  • Diego Calvanese, Tahir Emre Kalayci, Marco Montali and Stefano Tinella: OBDA for Extracting Event Logs from Legacy Data: the onprom Tool and Methodology
  • Mohammadreza Fani Sani, Wil van der Aalst, Alfredo Bolt and Javier García-Algarra: Subgroup Discovery in Process Mining
  • Alifah Syamsiyah, Alfredo Bolt, Long Cheng, Bart F. Hompes, R.P. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose, Boudewijn F. van Dongen and Wil M.P. van der Aalst: Business Process Comparison: A Methodology and Case Study

ICT Project Management

  • Kondwani F. Kuthyola, Julie Yu-Chih Liu and Gary Klein: Influence of Task Interdependence to Teamwork Quality and Project Performance
  • Jonathan Roy, Hebatalla Terfas and Witold Suryn: On the Use of ISO/IEC Standards to Address Data Quality Aspects in Big Data Analytics Cloud Services
  • Ralf Haerting, Christopher Reichstein, Nina Haertle and Jürgen Stiefl: Potentials of Digitization in the Tourism Industry – Empirical Results from German Experts

The evolution of business information systems and the BIS

  • Prof. Uzay Kaymak: Challenges for big data analytics in health care
  • Milena Stróżyna, Krzysztof Węcel, Dominik Filipiak: Big Data Analytics in the Maritime Domain
  • Włodzimierz Lewoniewski: Completeness and reliability of Wikipedia infoboxes in various languages


AKTB (1)

  • Frantisek Babic and Ludmila Pusztova: Analysis of Users Buying Behaviour to Improve the Coupon Marketing
  • Jennifer Abel, Katharina Klohs, Holger Lehmann and Birger Lantow: Sentiment-Analysis for German Employer Reviews
  • Yung-Ming Li, Jyh-Hwa Liou and Yi-Wen Li: A Social Recommendation Mechanism for Crowdfunding
  • Virgilijus Sakalauskas and Dalia Kriksciuniene: DEA based algorithm for EU Healthcare Efficiency Evaluation

AKTB (2)

  • Alexander Smirnov, Nikolay Shilov, Andreas Oroszi, Mario Sinko and Thorsten Krebs: Product Knowledge Management Support for Customer-Oriented System Configuration
  • Ilona Veitaite and Audrius Lopata: Transformation Algorithms of Knowledge Based UML Dynamic Models Generation
  • Alan Dormer: A Framework for Optimising Business Rules

AKTB (3)

  • Mihai Cinpoeru: Dereferencing service for navigating enterprise knowledge structures from diagrammatic representations
  • Justyna Patalas-Maliszewska and Irene Krebs: Principal Sources for the Identification of Tacit Knowledge within an IT Company, as Part of an Intelligent System
  • Laurynas Dovydaitis and Vytautas Rudzionis: Identifying Lithuanian native speakers using voice recognition

BITA (1)

  • Rogier Van de Wetering and Patrick Mikalef: The effect of strategic alignment of complementary IT and dynamic capabilities on competitive performance
  • Rainer Schmidt, Michael Möhring, Florian Baer and Alfred Zimmermann: The Impact of Digitization on Information System Design – An Explorative Case Study of Digitization in the Insurance Business
  • Kurt Sandkuhl and Holger Lehmann: Two Stage Business and IT-Alignment:Initial Experiences from Portal Implementation

BITA (2)

  • Rūta Pirta and Jānis Grabis: Evaluation of Application Architecture Change Cases: Building Blocks Reusability Assessment Method
  • Ligita Businska, Maris Dargis, Marite Kirikova and Edgars Salna: Triple-Agile: A Paradigm for Cloud based SME Process Support


  • Zhao Jingbo: Electromagnetic Properties Analysis on Hybrid-driven System of Electromagnetic Motor
  • Roozbeh Morsali, Sajad Ghorbani, Ryszard Kowalczyk and Rainer Unland: On Battery Management Strategies in Multi-Agent Microgrid Management
  • Alexander Smirnov, Andrew Ponomarev, Nikolay Teslya and Nikolay Shilov: Human-Computer Cloud for the Smart Cities: Tourist Itinerary Planning Case Study

Doctoral Consortium (1)

  • Iurii Konovalenko: Supply Chain Event Management: State of the Art and the New Agenda for Interdisciplinary Research
  • Piotr Kałużny: Behavioural profiling authentication based on trajectory based anomaly detection model of user’s mobility

Doctoral Consortium (2)

  • Radosław Zając: Overview of themes in methodology Atena for communication and knowledge management in organization
  • Agata Szyszko: Social media – profiling users due to their movement trajectory and visited places
  • Włodzimierz Lewoniewski: Enrichment of information in multilingual Wikipedia based on quality analysis

Doctoral Consortium (3)

  • Dominik Filipiak: Improving the Quality of Art Market Data
  • Milena Stróżyna: Modelling of Risk and Reliability of Maritime Transport Services
  • Anita Finke: Continuous Requirements Engineering Support Environment Model in Methodologically Heterogeneous Projects

Doctoral Consortium (4)

  • Viktoriya Tsay, Krzysztof Rybinski: Can computers run HR function at business schools?
  • Nurbek Adambekov: United banking system of Eurasian Economic Union: perspectives and problems of implementation
  • Sulushash Jumasheva: Effectiveness of internal quality assurance practices: case of Kazakhstani HEIs

Doctoral Consortium (5)

  • Inkar Saudambekova: Transformation of cotton value chains in Kazakhstan
  • Lyaziza Mukasheva: Quantitative and qualitative indicators of publication activity in Kazakhstan in comparison with Central Asian countries
  • Aigerim Boltaeva: Trends in the development of understanding and practice of social responsibility of business in Kazakhstani companies

Blockchain session

  • Blockchain, an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value. (Alex & Don Tapscott)
  • Many enthusiasts call this ingenious invention or economic revolution (Richard Branson). Ginni Rometty, IBM CEO believe that blockchain could do to value what internet did to information.
  • Those more sceptical, like Prof Michael Aitken state that blockchain as distributed ledger is simply a movement from one ledger balance to another rather than a movement of value between one digitised asset and another.
  • During the blockchain session the topic of blockchain will be introduces, followed by Fireside chats with the practitioners representing (1) blockchain start-up, (2) public institution and (3) bank, sharing real business cases

Publications in journals and books – cases: BISE and Springer – discussion panel

  • Christian Rauscher, Springer Heidelberg, Germany
  • Prof. Christof Weinhardt, KIT, Germany
  • Prof. Marek Kowalkiewicz, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Prof. Paweł Kalczyński, California State University, Fullerton, USA

II Kongres Informatyki Ekonomicznej

Sesja wykładowa (1)

  • Włodzimierz Lewoniewski i Krzysztof Węcel: Relative quality assessment of Wikipedia articles in different languages using synthetic measure
  • Przemysław Juszczuk i Jan Kozak: Classication and preprocessing in the stock data

Sesja wykładowa (2)

  • Agata Szyszko: Profilowanie użytkowników mediów społecznościowych z wykorzystaniem znaczników z informacja o lokalizacji oraz danych GPS
  • Jerzy Korczak i Maciej Pondel: Metodyczne podejście do analizy i eksploracji danych marketingowych
  • Małgorzata Pańkowska: Non-Formal Education Event Governance Strategies

Sesja wykładowa (3)

  • Barbara Filipczyk i Jerzy Gołuchowski: W kierunku ontologii zaufania w mediach społecznościowych
  • Bartosz Wachnik: Model przyczynowy zjawiska asymetrii informacji w informatycznym przedsięwzięciu wdrożeniowym

Sesja wykładowa (4)

  • Anna Maria Misiak i Jerzy Kisielnicki: Effectiveness of Agile compared to Waterfall Implementation Methods in IT Projects: analysis based on Business Intelligence projects
  • Łukasz Wiechetek, Marek Mędrek i Jarosław Banaś: Business process management in higher education. The case of students of logistics
  • Katarzyna Skroban: An analysis of the assimilation of IT systems in small and medium enterprises

Panel dyskusyjny: Dokąd zmierzasz informatyko ekonomiczna?

  • Tożsamość informatyki ekonomicznej w nauce (IE w naukach ekonomicznych, ścisłych i technicznych). Przegląd badań prowadzonych przez polskie ośrodki w obszarze informatyki ekonomicznej.
  • Perspektywiczne kierunki badań instytucji zagranicznych.
  • Metody badań IE.
  • Rozwój kształcenia w zakresie IE – perspektywiczne specjalizacje w świetle rozwoju badań naukowych i praktyki.
  • Integracja /dezintegracja środowiska. Strategia działania NTIE na kolejne lata.


  • Jerzy Gołuchowski
  • Marek Kowalkiewicz
  • Paweł Kalczyński
  • Bogdan Franczyk
  • Jerzy Korczak
  • Jerzy Kisielnicki
  • Małgorzata Pankowska

II Konferencja SASO

Sesja (1)

  • 8:30-10:00 – Rejestracja
  • Powitanie (Zarząd SASO)
  • 11:15-12:00 – Marzena Kwaczyńska: Kierunki zmiany przepisów wspierające dostawców i klientów branży IT
  • 12:00-12:45 – prof. Danuta Kajrunajtys: Robotic Process Automation jako czynnik poprawy jakości testów oprogramowania

Sesja (2)

  • 13:45-14:30 – dr Bogdan Fisher: Ochrona prawa do prywatności i innych tajemnic prawnie chronionych
  • 14:30-15:15 – Grzegorz Leopold: Continuous Testing a Nowa Era Jakości Oprogramowania

Sesja (3)

  • 15:30-16:15 – Ireneusz Suszek: Modelowanie jakości w obszarach związanych z efektywnością
  • 16:15-17:00 – Panel dyskusyjny SASO a współczesne tendencje w inżynierii jakości oprogramowania (wszyscy prelegenci, moderator: dr Radosław Hofman)
  • 17:00-17:15 – Podsumowanie i zakończenie