Special Track

Process Science and Data Analytics

Information Systems International Conference (ISICO) 2021

Description

At the heart of every organization is interrelated activities to achieve a certain goal i.e., business processes. Business process management (BPM) has emerged as a discipline to manage and improve the organization’s business processes. BPM has received interests from researchers across many disciplines including computer science, industrial engineering, and operation management. However, the focus of BPM to date has been the interplay between strategy, process, people, and technology within an organization.

Today’s advance technology has diminished the boundaries of physical and digital world and profoundly changed the way people, organization and society conduct their day today and business activities. At the same time, the change in our environment, emphasized even more by the COVID-19 global pandemic, has brought a hard signal for us to consider about our contribution to the society and the world that we live in, beyond the boundary of a single discipline. We need to bring together multidisciplinary efforts to contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by 2030.

In a recent keynote speech by Prof. Jan Vom Brocke at Business Process Management Conference 2020, answered this call by coining the term Process Science that aims to find and implement new ways of doing things. This study of processes calls for involvement of researchers from application domains, ethics, organization science, cognitive science, built environment, and law to work with information systems and computer science researchers.

This special track calls for researchers and experts from multidisciplinary areas related to process and data science to share the challenges, strategies, techniques, applications, and potential case studies. Topics are included but not limited to:

Business Process Intelligence
  1.  Process mining techniques
  2. Process Modeling
  3. Model-driven engineering
Competitive Advantages of BPM
  1. Process innovation
  2. Strategic Alignment
  3. Process Governance
  4. Information Technology
  5. Human aspects and culture
Conceptual Modeling Issues of BPM Systems
  1. Formal methods and algorithms
  2. Concepts, languages, and architecture for BPM systems
  3. Proof-of-concept implementations
Recent Advance Approaches of BPM
  1. Artificial Intelligence
  2. Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  3. Cloud computing
  4. Big data
  5. Blockchain

Organizers

  • Mahendrawathi ER (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia)
  • Bernardo Nugroho Yahya (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea)
  • Hamzah Ritchi (Padjajaran University, Indonesia)
  • Bayu Waspodo (Syarif Hidayatullah Islamic University, Indonesia)
  • Rachmadita Andreswari (Telkom University, Indonesia)
  • Yogantara S. Dharmawan (Semen Indonesia International University, Indonesia)

International Advisory Committee

  • Prof. Hyerim Bae (Pusan National University, South Korea)
  • Prof. Michael Rosemann (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  • Prof. Moe THandar Wynn (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)