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WfPM’08 – Workshop on Workflow and Process Management

September 29, 2008


in conjunction with

SYNASC-2008
10th
International Symposium on
Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing
Timisoara, Romania
September 26 - 29, 2008


Workshop Program Chairs

Laura Măruşter, Groningen University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Teodor-Florin Fortiş, West University of Timişoara, Romania


Scope:

The aim of WfPM’08 workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners in workflow and business process management. This second edition of the workshop intends to identify current trends and research related with, but not restricted to, workflow modeling, workflow patterns, workflow methodologies, workflow execution engines, workflow verification and validation, interoperability, human interaction management.


Topics

Topics of particular interest for WfPM’08 workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Workflow and process modeling;
  • Workflow methodologies;
  • Workflow and process management;
  • Workflows and web-services;
  • Workflow processes and (process) reengineering technologies;
  • Workflow verification and validation;
  • Workflow and human interaction;
  • Workflow integration with SOA and SOC;
  • Workflow integration in GRID environments;
  • GRID workflows;
  • Workflow-based business applications;
  • Workflow-based scientific applications;
  • Petri nets and workflow management;
  • Verification, validation and performance analysis of workflow management systems;
  • Security in workflow management systems;
  • Solutions for eSociety (eHealth, eGovernment, eLearning, etc.)


Organization:

The workshop, a one-day event, is a satellite event of the “10th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing SYNASC 2008” that is to be held in Timisoara, Romania, last week of September 2008.


Submission:

Original papers reporting new results as well as experimental evaluation and comparisons of existing techniques are expected. We are requesting submissions in the form of:

  • Extended abstract (minimum 2 full pages) or draft research papers, describing original work;
  • Extended abstract or short papers (draft version), describing work in progress, system descriptions and software demonstrations.

Papers must describe original work, and should not substantially overlap with already published papers or papers that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference with refereed proceedings.

Full (final) research papers are limited to 8 pages (IEEE conference style). Only full (final) papers accepted and presented at the workshop will be published in the SYNASC'08 post-proceedings edited by Conference Publishing Service (CSP)).

Papers must be submitted electronically to wfpm08[at]info.uvt.ro.


Workshop deadlines:

Submission of papers (extended abstracts, draft papers) DEADLINE EXTENDED: JULY 20th, 2008

Notification of acceptance: AUG 1st, 2008

Late notification (for a limited number of papers) DEADLINE EXTENDED: AUG 15th, 2008

Full version of papers: AUGUST 25th, 2008 (not strict in case of late notification)

Final version of papers: SEPTEMBER 1st, 2008 (not strict in case of late notification)

Registration: SEPTEMBER 1st, 2008

Symposium starts: SEPTEMBER 29th, 2008

Revised papers for post-proceedings: NOVEMBER 21th, 2008


Program Committee

Klaus-Peter Eckert, Fraunhofer FOKUS - Research Institute for Open Communication Systems, Germany

Teodor-Florin Fortiş, West University of Timişoara, Romania (local organizer)

Elena Ivanova, Institute of Computer and Communication Systems, Bulgaria

Jan Mendling, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria

Laura Măruşter, Groningen University of Groningen, The Netherlands (co-chair)

Gabriel Neagu, National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics, Bucharest, Romania

Jan Recker, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

Corina Răduescu, University of Queensland Business School, Brisbane, Australia

Todor Stoilov, Institute of Computer and Communication Systems, Bulgaria


Contact

For any questions related with workshop organization, please contact organizers at one of the following addresses

wfpm08[at]info.uvt.ro

wfpm07[at]info.uvt.ro

wfpm2007[at]gmail.ro

 

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