The detailed goals of this workshop are:
- Defining best practices and addressing challenges for RE and BPM in agile environments
- Exchanging ideas for agile practices for RE and BPM
- Getting Experience reports from both, academia and industry
- Exchanging ideas and problem statements regarding in the integrated development and analysis of business process and software-intensive systems.
- Discussing the role of RE and BPM during evolution of processes and systems
- Identifying open research topics
The workshop is planned as a meeting with an initial keynote, paper presentations, discussion and a general idea exchange.
Topics of Interest:
Topics of interest are not restricted to aspects of agility, but include all issues related to RE activities and techniques in the BPM programmers or BPM activities and techniques during a RE project. We are open for all contributions that raise discussion on the possibilities and limitations of a better integration of BPM and RE.
Original submissions from research and practice in four categories are welcome
- Full Papers: Papers describing concepts and methods in the form of Research Papers (up to 12 pages).
- Short Papers: Papers describing concepts and methods in the form Solution Proposals or Pre Studies (up to 6 pages).
- Experience Reports: Case Studies/ Case Descriptions (up to 6 pages).
- Problem Statements: Describe a problem that is currently open and shall be discussed and/or researched in the future (up to 6 pages).
Formatting instructions can be found here: Springer’s LNCS formatting guidelines
- EXTENDED DEADLINE: 05.06.2017 via EasyChair
- Decisions to authors: 26.06.2017
- Camera Ready due: 07.07.2017
- Registration of at least one author: T.B.D.
- Workshop date: 11.09.2017
All deadlines are 23:59 Baker Island Time.
Workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).