The goal of PM-DiPro is to establish a forum for researchers and professionals interested in understanding, envisioning and discussing the challenges and opportunities of utilizing Process Management Systems and Data Analytics in industrial settings. Currently on shop-floors data is mostly collected and stored from focusing on individual machines. The increasing digitization of industrial processes also across organizations sometimes labeled industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing, however, requires a more holistic and connected perspective. The introduction of process management technology to orchestrate business processes from ERPs all the way down to machine control seems an appropriate answer and produces much more interconnected data.
Subsequently this opens up the potential for gaining much deeper insight into industrial processes through data analytics than ever before. Insights from data analytics can be used to improve business process at design time but also to improve the execution of business processes during run time.
This interdisciplinary workshop is for experts in the field of Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Automation Engineering, Data Science, Computer Science, Information Systems and Business Process Management.
The workshop aims at discussing the current state of ongoing research and sharing practical experiences, exchanging ideas and setting up future research directions. We aim to bring together practitioners and researchers from different communities such as business process management, automation engineering, mechanical engineering, process mining, and data mining who share an interest in data analytics, process-aware information systems, and the shop-floor.
Authors are invited to submit original, previously unpublished papers.
Submissions can have up to 12 pages, describing original and novel research work, including research results and evaluations. Papers should not have been published or submitted for publication concurrently elsewhere.
Papers should be written in English, following Springer LNCS style including all text, references, appendices, and figures. For formatting instructions and templates, see the Springer Web page: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html. Submitted papers will be evaluated by at least three members of the international program committee. At least one author of each accepted paper must register and participate in the workshop. The workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).
Submissions should be made via the Easychair system through the PM-DiPro submission page.
|Juergen Mangler||University of Vienna|
|Stefanie Rinderle-Ma||University of Vienna|
|Christian Huemer||TU Wien|
|Gerti Kappel||TU Wien|
|Stefan Thalmann||TU Graz|
|Stefanie Lindstaedt||Know-Center Graz|
|Georg Grossmann||University of South Australia|
|Marc Streit||Johannes Kepler University Linz|
|René Peinl||Hochschule Hof|
|Heimo Gursch||Know-Center Graz|
|Karolin Winter||University of Vienna|
|Florian Pauker||University of Vienna, EVVA Sicherheitstechnik GmbH|
|Maria Teresa Gomez Lopez||University of Seville|
|Belgin Mutlu||Know-Center Graz|
|Tobias Schreck||TU Graz|
|Florian Stertz||University of Vienna|
|Tatjana Zolotareva||Austrian Center for Digital Production|
|Ralph Vigne||Austrian Center for Digital Production|
|Sebastien Bougain||Austrian Center for Digital Production|
|Wided Guédria||Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology|
|Thomas Setzer||Technical University Munich|
|Felix Mannhard||SINTEF Digital|