7th Workshop on Information Logistics and Knowledge Supply

ILOG 2014

in conjunction with 13th International Conference on Business Informatics Research, BIR 2014

Lund, Sweden

September 22-24, 2014

The aim and focus of the workshop

ILOG 2014 is the 7th workshop in a series which focuses on approaches, methods, technologies and solution for reducing information overflow and for improving information flow in organizations. In particular in knowledge-intensive industry and service sectors, information is a major factor in production processes, and knowledge reflects an important asset of the enterprise. Similarly, public organizations and governmental bodies are dependent on accurate and timely information supply for efficient and high quality processes and services. Intelligent information supply has become an important issue that is characterized by just-in-time, demand-oriented and context-sensitive information.

Experience shows that successful solutions for intelligent information supply involve several ingredients: a sound business case with clearly defined benefits and returns for the (networked) organization, a clear understanding of the user’s demand including the organizational context, and the right use of "enabling technologies” like semantic technologies, knowledge management or ubiquitous computing.

This workshop aims to bring together people who have strong interest in enterprise information systems, information logistics and knowledge supply. We invite researchers and practitioners from both industry and academia to submit original results of their completed or ongoing projects. We encourage broad understanding of possible approaches and solutions for information logistics and knowledge supply

Workshop topics

The following topics are of relevance for the workshop:

  • Challenges in information logistics and knowledge supply
  • Practices of information logistics and knowledge supply
  • Experience reports about and show cases of information logistical applications
  • Information logistics and knowledge supply in small and medium sized enterprises
  • Organisational implementations of information logistics and knowledge supply approaches
  • Literature surveys and systematic literature analyses
  • Concepts and architectures for intelligent information supply solutions
  • Modeling of information processes and user demands
  • Description languages for information demand and information services
  • Business processes in information and knowledge management
  • Economic effects and relevance (business cases)
  • Business models for just-in-time information supply
  • Metadata in information and knowledge management
  • Active information systems
  • Models for location and context
  • Time based information delivery
  • Concepts for self awareness of information distribution
  • Location transparency
  • Information handling in process contexts
  • Infrastructures and approaches for knowledge supply
  • eMaintenance and Information Logistics

Program

Monday, September 22nd  

 

09:00   Welcome and Opening (Kurt Sandkuhl, Ulf Seigerroth)

 

Session 1: [09:05 – 10:30]  Processes and Architectures
Chair: Ulf Seigerroth

Erika Asnina and Gundars Alksnis. Survey on Information Monitoring and Control in Cross-enterprise Collaborative Business Processes

Dierk Jugel, Kurt Sandkuhl and Alfred Zimmermann. Towards Visual EAM Analytics: Explorative Research Study with Master Students

Václav Řepa. Caring of Intentionality in Business Process Models Using Business Process Patterns.

10:30 – 11:00             Coffee Break

 

Session 2: [11:00 – 12:30]  Tools and Systems
Chair: Kurt Sandkuhl

Dirk Stamer, Andrew Ponomarev, Kurt Sandkuhl, Nikolay Shilov and Alexander Smirnov. Collaborative Recommendation System for Improved Information Logistics: Adaption of Information Demand Pattern in E-Mail Communication

Tindara Abbate, Clara Bassano, Anna Maria Coppola, Sergio Miranda and Luigi Rarità. A Knowledge - based Decisional System for the Service Quality Improvement in Organizations

Ulrike Borchardt. Knowledge Demand Specification for KMS Decision Support

13:00   Lunch

 

•    Submission deadline –  July 11  July 20

•    Notification of acceptance – August 16  August 23

•    Camera ready deadline (hard) – August 31

•    Workshop date – September 22

Program committee chairs

  • Kurt Sandkuhl, University of Rostock (Germany) (co-chair)
  • Ulf Seigerroth, Jönköping University (Sweden) (co-chair)

Program committee (preliminary)

  • Clara Bassano, “Parthenope” University of Naples (Italy)
  • Andreas Billig, Fraunhofer ISST Berlin (Germany)
  • Eva Blomqvist, CNR-ISTC (Italy)
  • Susanne Busse, FH Brandenburg (Germany)
  • Olov Candell, Saab Group (Sweden)
  • Albertas Caplinskas Institute of Mathematics and Informatics (Lithuania)
  • Wolfgang Deiters, Fraunhofer ISST (Germany)
  • Barbara Dinter, University of St.Gallen (Switzerland)
  • Henrik Eriksson, Univ. Linköping (Sweden)
  • Janis Grabis, Riga Technical University (Latvia)
  • Darek Haftor, Linnæus University (Sweden)
  • Yanbo Han, Inst. Computing Techn., Chin. Acad. of Science (China)
  • Tomasz Kaczmarek, Poznan University of Economics (Poland)
  • Mira Kajko-Mattsson, Stockholm University (Sweden)
  • Ramin Karim, Luleå University of Technology (Sweden)
  • Peter Kawalek, University of Manchester (United Kingdom)
  • Ralf D. Kutsche, TU Berlin (Germany)
  • Birger Lantow, Rostock University (Germany)
  • Tatiana Levashova, St. Petersburg Institute Inform. & Autom. (Russia)
  • Paolo Piciocchi, University of Salerno (Italy)
  • Ulf Seigerroth, Jönköping International Business School (Sweden)
  • Alexander Smirnov, St. Petersburg Institute Inform. & Autom. (Russia)
  • Janis Stirna, Stockholm University (Sweden)
  • Vladimir Tarasov, Jönköping University (Sweden)
  • Jan Willem, Nashuatec/Ricoh Group (Netherlands)
  • Francesco Calza, “Parthenope” University of Naples (Italy)
  • Marite Kirikova, Riga Technical University (Latvia)
  • Anita Mirijamdotter, Linnæus University (Sweden)
  • Renate Strazdina, Ernst & Young Baltic (Latvia)