26 March 2013

08:15-

Registration

08:30-12:30

Workshop 1: Model Driven Service Engineering Architecture: New trends and challenges for Manufacturing Servitisation

Why servitisation in clothes industry
Michel Byvoet, Bivolino, Belgium

An architecture for service modelling in servitisation: MDSEA
Yves Ducq: IMS University Bordeaux 1, France

A set of Templates for MDSEA
David Chen: IMS University Bordeaux 1, France

Principles and examples of transformation model for MDSEA
Carlos Agostinho, UNINOVA, Portugal

A tool box for servitisation based on MDSEA
Hadrien Boyé , Hardis, France

A use case of servitisation in the company BIVOLINO
Michel Byvoet, Bivolino, Belgium

08:30-12:30

Workshop 3: Standardisation for interoperability in the service-oriented enterprise

Standardisation in Manufacturing Service Engineering
Martin Zelm, INTEROP VLab, Germany

Service Modelling Languages and potentials for new standards
David Chen, University of Bordeaux 1, France

An approach to standardise Service Lifecycle Management
Mike Freitag, David Kremer, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany, Martin Zelm, INTEROP-VLab, Germany

Open Business model, Process and Service Innovation with VDML and ServiceML
Arne Berre, SINTEF, Norway, Henk de Man, Cordys, Netherlands, Yannick Lew and Brian Elvesæter, SINTEF, Norway

Reference ontologies for manufacturing
Robert Young, Loughborough University, UK

Agents and Rules for the Negotiation of Interoperability Solutions
Adina Cretan, University of Bucharest, Tiago Santos, Carlos Coutinho, Adina Cretan, Miguel Beca, Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves, UNINOVA

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-17:30

Workshop 2: Interoperability to support business – IT alignment

Keynote: SAP research in Interoperability
Jan Eloff, SAP Research, South Africa

Process-Oriented Business Modeling – An Application in the Printing Industry
A.Malsbender, K. Ortbach, R.Plattfaut, M.Voigt, B.Niehaves, ERCIS, Germany

A comparative study of modelling methodologies using a concept of process consistency
E. Babkin, E.Potapova, Y. Zelenova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

Maintenance support throughout the life-cycle of high value manufacturing products - Interoperability issues
A.Fedotova, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia, V. Taratoukhine, ERCIS, Y. Kupriyanov, SAP University Alliances

Using Enterprise Architecture to align Business Intelligence initiatives
Ip-Shing Fan, Sara Warner, Cranfield University, UK

Towards Enterprise Architecture Using Solution Architecture Models
V. Agievich, R.Gimranov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia and Surgutneftegas, V. Taratoukhine, Joerg Becker, ERCIS, Germany

13:30-17:30

Workshop 4: Case studies on enterprise interoperability - How IT managers profit from EI research

A bank of Use Cases in Enterprise Interoperability and associated domains for Industry
Guy Doumeingts, Bruno Carsalade, INTEROP VLab, Belgium

An assessment of interoperability conditions in a manufacturing execution system
Claes Böös, Faris Celik, Richard Göransson and Carl Willhelmsson, KTH Stockholm, Sweden

Experiences of Transferring Approaches of Interoperability into SMEs
Florian Gruner, Stephan Kassel, University of Zwickau, Germany

13:30-17:30

Workshop 5: Selected applications and methods for Enterprise Interoperability

Service-Oriented enterprise interoperability in logistics
Wout Hofman, TNO, The Netherlands

An ontological approach to logistics
Laura Daniele, TNO, The Netherlands, and Luís Ferreira Pires, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Social vision of collaboration of organizations on a cloud platform
Aurélie Montarnal, Wenxin Mu, Frédérick Bénaben, Anne-Marie Barthe-Delanoë, Jacques Lamothe, Université de Toulouse, Mines ALBI, France

Semantic standards quality measured for achieving enterprise interoperability: The case of the SETU standard for flexible staffing
Erwin Folmer, TNO, The Netherlands, and Harris Wu, Old Dominion University, USA

Requirements formalization for systems engineering: an approach for interoperability analysis in collaborative process model
Sihem Mallek, Nicolas Daclin, Vincent Chapurlat, Université de Toulouse, Mines ALBI, France, and Bruno Vallespir, IMS, Université Bordeaux 1, France

27 March 2013

08:45-

Registration

09:15-09:30

Opening

09:30-10:30

Session 1: Enterprise Service Interoperability
An Interoperability Points Based Interoperability Approach for SaaS Applications
Yanyan Han, Lei Wu, Shijun Liu and Xiangxu Meng

Similarity Evaluation Based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set for Service Cluster Selection as Cloud Service Candidate
Jorick Lartigau, Xiaofei Xu, Lanshun Nie and Dechen Zhan

10:30-11:00

Break

11:00-12:30

Session 2: Enterprise Interoperability in Sectors
Achieving Flexible Process Interoperability in the Homecare Domain through Aspect-oriented Service Composition
Duc Viet Bui, Maria-Eugenia Iacob, Marten van Sinderen and Alireza Zarghami

On the Extended Clinical Workflows for Personalized Healthcare
Milan Zdravković and Miroslav Trajanović

Cross-organizational Business Processes Modeling Using Design-by-Contract Approach
Malik Khalfallah, Nicolas Figay and Parisa Ghodous

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

Keynote 1
Modeling Enterprise Interoperability: Taming the Information Explosion
Richard Mark Soley, Object Management Group, Inc.

14:30-15:30

Invited Paper Session
Enhancing the Maturity of Open Service Ecosystems and Inter-enterprise Collaborations
Lea Kutvonen, University of Helsinki

15:30-16:00

Break

16:00-

Sightseeing and Banquet

28 March 2013

08:45-

Registration

09:00-10:30

Session 3: Interoperability Methodology
Fit for Purpose: Toward an Engineering Basis for Data Exchange Standards
Arnon Rosenthal, Len Seligman, M. David Allen and Adriane Chapman

P2AMF: Predictive, Probabilistic Architecture Modeling Framework
Pontus Johnson, Johan Ullberg, Markus Buschle, Ulrik Franke and Khurram Shahzad

Business Model Risk Analysis: Predicting the Probability of Business Network Profitability
Pontus Johnson, Maria-Eugenia Iacob, Margus Välja, Marten van Sinderen, Christer Magnusson and Tobias Ladhe

10:30-11:00

Break

11:00-12:30

Session 4: Interoperability for Specific Application Types
Linked Services for Enabling Interoperability in the Sensing Enterprise
Matthias Thoma, Antonescu Alexandru-Florian, Theano Mintsi and Torsten Braun

Business Rules Management Service System: Added Value by Means of Business Interoperability
Martijn Zoet and Johan Versendaal

Behavioral Evaluation of Trust and Reputation Systems
Sini Ruohomaa and Lea Kutvonen

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

Keynote 2
Collaboration and Interoperability Support for Agile Enterprises in a Networked World: Emerging Scenarios, Research Challenges, Enabling Technologies
Manfred Reichert, Universität Ulm

14:30-15:30

Session 5: Strategic and Tactic Aspects of Enterprise Interoperability
Mass Customization Oriented and Cost-Effective Service Network
Zhongjie Wang and Xiaofei Xu

Toward a Methodology to Control Interoperability Improvement Projects Execution
Taoudi Abderrahim, Bounabat Bouchaib and Elmir Badr

15:30-16:00

Break

16:00-17:00

Session 6: Ontology-based Interoperability
A Panorama of Ontologies in Semantic EAI Initiatives
Julio Cesar Nardi, Ricardo De Almeida Falbo and João Paulo A. Almeida

Using Meta Models and Ontologies for Enterprise Model Reconciliation
Sabina El Haoum and Axel Hahn

17:00-17:10

Announcement of IWEI 2015

17:10-

Closing