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Conference: September 22 - 25, 2020
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05 Aug 2020 - 19 Sep 2020

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ACADEMIC MATTERS

Prof. Jelena Zdravkovic
Stockholm University
Email:jelenaz@dsv.su.se

Prof. Fabiano Dalpiaz
Utrecht University
Email:f.dalpiaz@uu.nl

LOCAL ORGANISATIONAL MATTERS

Prof. George Angelos Papadopoulos
University of Cyprus
Email:george@cs.ucy.ac.cy


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Detailed Program

RCIS 2020 Program

All times depicted below are in the Central European Summer Time (CEST / GMT +2)

Tuesday 22/9

Wednesday 23/9

Thursday 24/9

Friday 25/9

10:45-11:00 Conference Opening
Room: Limassol
Research Track Opening
Room: Limassol
       
11:00-12:30

Tutorial 1: Data-Driven RE
Room: Limassol

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Research Projects @RCIS 20
Room: Paphos
Session 1: Privacy and Security
Room: Limassol
Session 2: Development and Testing
Room: Paphos
Posters & Demos
Rooms: Limassol (opening), Paphos, Larnaca
Session 7: Processes and Organizations
Room: Limassol
Session 8: Human factors
Room: Paphos
12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30 Tutorial 2: The Map Process Modelling Approach
Room: Limassol
Doctoral Consortium
Room: Larnaca
Keynote 1: The Future of Work Automation
(Hajo Reijers)
Room: Limassol
Keynote 2: Explainable AI is not yet understandable AI
(Nava Tintarev)
Room: Limassol
Panel: AI for the information systems of the future
Room: Larnaca
14:30-15:00 Break
15:00-16:30 Tutorial 3: Automated Machine Learning
Room: Limassol
Doctoral Consortium
Room: Larnaca
Session 3: Ontologies and Methods
Room: Limassol
Session 4: Machine Learning
Room: Paphos
Session 5: Networks and Communities
Room: Limassol
Session 6: Data and Business Analytics
Room: Paphos
Session 9: Enterprise and Analytics Architectures
Room: Limassol
Session 10: IS in Society
Room: Paphos
16:30-17:00 Welcome, online drinks
Room: Larnaca
Awards
Room: Larnaca
Conference closing and RCIS 2021 announcement
Room: Limassol


Tuesday, 22/09/2020

10:45-11:00 Conference Opening
Room: Limassol

George Angelos Papadopoulos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Pericles Loucopoulos, Institute of Digital Innovation & Research (IDIR), Ireland
11:00-12:30

Tutorial 1: Data-Driven RE 
Chairs: Ignacio Panach and Estefania Serral
Room: Limassol

Data-Driven Requirements Engineering: Principles. Methods and Challenges
Xavier Franch, Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain

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Research Projects @RCIS
Chairs: Elena Kornyshova and Marcela Ruiz

Room: Paphos

Managing Cyber-physical Incidents Propagation in Health Services - SAFECARE
Faten Atigui, Fayçal Hamdi, Nadira Lammari, Fatma-Zohra Hannou, Nada Mimouni and Samira Si-Said Cherfi

New Scientific Journal Articles Everyday: Visualize or Perish!- IViSSEM
Ana Alice Baptista, Pedro Branco, Bruno Miguel Azevedo, Ana Carolina Ribeiro, Mariana Curado Malta and Jorge Oliveira E Sá

A Model Driven Engineering Approach to Key Performance Indicators: Towards Self-Service Performance Management - SS-PM
Corentin Burnay

Next Level of Test Automation - TESTOMAT
Sigrid Eldh, Tanja E. J. Vos, Serge Demeyer, Pekka Aho and Machiel van der Bijl

A cyberSecurity Platform for vIrtualiseD 5G cybEr Range services - SPIDER
Neofytos Gerosavvas, Manos Athanatos, Christoforos Ntantogian, Christos Xenakis, Cristina Costa, Alberto Mozo, Matthias Ghering and Angela Brignone

DEveloper COmpanion for Documented and annotatEd code Reference - DECODER
Miriam Gil, Fernando Pastor Ricos, Victoria Torres and Tanja E. J. Vos

Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments in Higher Education - ELSE
Christos Mettouris, Evangelia Vanezi, Alexandros Yeratziotis, Alba Graziano and George A. Papadopoulos

Intelligent Verification/Validation for Extended Reality Based System - iv4XR
Wishnu Prasetya, Rui Prada, Tanja E. J. Vos, Fitsum Kifetew, Frank Dignum, Jason Lander, Jean-Yves Donnart, Alexandre Kazmierowski, Joseph Davidson and Fernando Pastor Ricos
12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30 Tutorial 2: The Map Process Modelling Approach
Chairs: Ignacio Panach and Estefania Serral

Room: Limassol

Expressing Strategic Variability and Flexibility of Processes: The Map Process Modelling Approach
Rebecca Deneckere, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
Jolita Ralyté, University of Geneve, Switzerland

Doctoral Consortium
Chairs: Raian Ali and Sergio España

Room: Larnaca

13:00-13:40
Harri Oinas-Kukkonen - Keynote speech

13:40-14:20
Constantinos Ioannou - A Framework for Privacy Policy Compliance in the Internet of Things

14:20-15:00
Mohammad Naiseh - Explainability design patterns in clinical decision support systems

14:30-15:00 Break Break
15:00-15:20
15:00-16:30 Tutorial 3: Automated Machine Learning
Chairs: Ignacio Panach and Estefania Serral

Room: Limassol

Automated Machine Learning: State-of-The-Art and Open Challenges
Radwa Elshawi, University of Tartu, Estonia

Doctoral Consortium (cont'd)
Room: Larnaca

15:20-16:00
Omolola Fagbule - A Holistic Approach towards Human Factors in Information Security and Risk

16:00-16:40
Ghulam Mudassir - Social-based Physical Reconstruction Planning in case of natural disaster: a Machine Learning Approach


Wednesday, 23/09/2020

10:45-11:00 Research Track Opening
Room: Limassol

Jelena Zdravkovic, Stockholm University, Sweden
Fabiano Dalpiaz, Utrecht University, Netherlands
11:00-12:30 Session 1: Privacy and Security
Session Chair: Mohamad Gharib, University of Florence, Italy
Room: Limassol

TLKC-Privacy Model for Process Mining
Majid Rafiei, Miriam Wagner, Wil M. P. van der Aalst

Ontology Evolution in the Context of Model-Based Secure Software Engineering
Jens Bürger, Timo Kehrer, Jan Jürjens

Privacy Preserving Real-Time Video Stream Change Detection Based on the Orthogonal Tensor Decomposition Models
Bogusław Cyganek
Session 2: Development and Testing
Session Chair: Massimo Mecella, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy
Room: Paphos

Scriptless Testing at the GUI Level in an Industrial Setting
Hatim Chahim, Mehmet Duran, Tanja E. J. Vos, Pekka Aho, Nelly Condori Fernandez

Improving Performance and Scalability of Model-Driven Generated Web Applications
Gioele Moretti, Marcela Ruiz, Jürgen Spielberger

TesCaV: An Approach for Learning Model-Based Testing and Coverage in Practice
Beatriz Marín, Sofía Alarcón, Giovanni Giachetti, Monique Snoeck
12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30
Keynote 1: The Future of Work Automation

Chair: Jelena Zdravkovic
Room: Limassol

Hajo Reijers , Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Due to the advent of information technology, our perception of what "work" is evolves. Tasks that were until recently considered to be the exclusive domain of humans are now carried out by robots or algorithms. Is it a matter of time before humans have become obsolete in the working place? Information technology, however, is not only a means to automate work, it can also be used to better understand work itself. In this talk, Hajo will focus on what we can learn from data on the way in which people work, what their work practices are, and how effectively people are applying these patterns. These insights can help to reason on whether it makes sense to automate parts of human work, or whether other approaches to enhance the quality and effectiveness of work are more attractive. For the purpose of illustration, Hajo will draw from projects that study the nature of work, in which he collaborates with experts from a variety of domains.
14:30-15:00 Break
15:00-16:30 Session 3: Ontologies and Methods
Session Chair: Mattia Salnitri, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Room: Limassol

COPri - A Core Ontology for Privacy Requirements Engineering
Mohamad Gharib, John Mylopoulos, Paolo Giorgini

An Ontology of IS Design Science Research Artefacts
Hans Weigand, Paul Johannesson, Birger Andersson

Systems-Thinking Heuristics for the Reconciliation of Methodologies for Design and Analysis for Information Systems Engineering
Blagovesta Kostova, Irina Rychkova, Andrey Naumenko, Gil Regev, Alain Wegmann


Session 4: Machine Learning
Session Chair: Truong Ho-Quang, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Room: Paphos

Automatic Classification Rules for Anomaly Detection in Time-Series
Ines Ben Kraiem, Faiza Ghozzi, Andre Peninou, Geoffrey Roman-Jimenez, Olivier Teste

Anomaly Detection on Data Streams – A LSTM’s Diary
Christoph Augenstein, Bogdan Franczyk
16:30-17:00 Welcome, online drinks
Room: Larnaca

 

Thursday, 24/09/2020

11:00-12:30

Posters & Demos
Chairs: Elena Kornyshova and Marcela Ruiz
Room: Limassol (opening)

During the session participants will be prompted to join in the other rooms (as noted in the poster list below): Limassol, Paphos and Larnaca will be used.

Information Systems Modelling: Limassol
Moderator: Marcela Ruiz

  1. CCOnto: Towards an Ontology-based Model for Character Computing
    Alia El Bolock, Cornelia Herbert and Slim Abdennadher
  2. A Tool for the Verification of Decision Model and Notation (DMN) Models
    Faruk Hasic, Carl Corea, Jonas Blatt, Patrick Delfmann and Estefanía Serral
  3. MERLIN: an Intelligent Tool for Creating Domain Models
    Monique Snoeck
  4. Identifying the Challenges and Requirements of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks for IoT Systems
    Filip Vanhoorelbeke, Monique Snoeck and Estefanía Serral

Information systems and security aspects: Paphos
Moderator: Elena Kornyshova

  1. How the Anti-TrustRank Algorithm Can Help to Protect the Reputation of Financial Institutions
    Irina Astrova
  2. Practice and Challenges of (De-)Anonymisation for Data Sharing
    Alexandros Bampoulidis, Alessandro Bruni, Ioannis Markopoulos and Mihai Lupu
  3. DíalogoP - A Language and a Graphical Tool for Formally Defining GDPR Purposes
    Evangelia Vanezi, Georgia M. Kapitsaki, Dimitrios Kouzapas, Anna Philippou and George A. Papadopoulos
  4. Towards an Academic Abstract Sentence Classification System
    Connor Stead, Stephen Smith, Peter Busch and Savanid Vatanasakdakul

Information Systems and Requirements Engineering: Larnaca
Moderator: Rebecca Deneckere

  1. Punctuation Restoration System for Slovenian Language
    Marko Bajec, Marko Jankovic, Slavko Zitnik and Iztok Lebar Bajec
  2. A Study of Text Summarization Techniques for Generating Meeting Minutes
    Tu My Doan, Francois Jacquenet, Christine Largeron and Marc Bernard
  3. Text as Semantic Fields: Integration of an Enriched Language Conception in the Text Analysis Tool Evoq
    Isabelle Linden, Anne Wallemacq, Bruno Dumas, Guy Deville, Antoine Clarinval and Maxime Cauz
  4. Business Intelligence and Analytics: On-demand ETL Over Document Stores
    Manel Souibgui, Faten Atigui, Sadok Ben Yahia and Samira Si-Said Cherfi
12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30
Keynote 2: Explainable AI is not yet understandable AI

Chair: Fabiano Dalpiaz
Room: Limassol

Nava Tintarev, Delft University of Technology


Decision-making at individual, business, and societal levels is influenced by online content. Filtering and ranking algorithms such as those used in recommender systems are used to support these decisions. However, it is often not clear to a user whether the advice given is suitable to be followed, e.g., whether it is correct, whether the right information was taken into account, or if the user’s best interests were taken into consideration. In other words, there is a large mismatch between the representation of the advice by the system versus the representation assumed by its users. This talk addresses why we (might) want to develop advice-giving systems that can explain themselves, and how we can assess whether we are successful in this endeavor. This talk will also describe some of the state-of-the-art in explanations in a number of domains (music, tweets, and news articles) that help link the mental models of systems and people. However, it is not enough to generate rich and complex explanations; more is required in order to understand and be understood. This entails among other factors decisions around which information to select to show to people, and how to present that information, often depending on the target users and contextual factors
14:30-15:00 Break
15:00-16:30 Session 5: Networks and Communities
Session Chair: Giovanni Meroni, Politecnico di MIlano, Italy
Room: Limassol

Online Peer Support Groups for Behavior Change: Moderation Requirements
Manal Aldhayan, Mohammad Naiseh, John McAlaney, Raian Ali

Participation in Hackathons: A Multi-methods View on Motivators, Demotivators and Citizen Participation
Anthony Simonofski, Victor Amaral de Sousa, Antoine Clarinval, Benoît Vanderose

How to Measure Influence in Social Networks?
Ana Carolina Ribeiro, Bruno Azevedo, Jorge Oliveira e Sá, Ana Alice Baptista
Session 6: Data and Business Analytics
Session Chair: Evangelia Kavakli, University of the Aegean, Greece
Room: Paphos

Developing a Real-Time Traffic Reporting and Forecasting Back-End System
Theodoros Toliopoulos, Nikodimos Nikolaidis, Anna-Valentini Michailidou, Andreas Seitaridis, Anastasios Gounaris, Nick Bassiliades, Apostolos Georgiadis, Fotis Liotopoulos

Predicting Unemployment with Machine Learning Based on Registry Data
Markus Viljanen, Tapio Pahikkala

A Big Data Conceptual Model to Improve Quality of Business Analytics
Grace Park, Lawrence Chung, Haan Johng, Vijayan Sugumaran, Sooyong Park, Liping Zhao, Sam Supakkul
16:30-17:00 Awards
Room: Larnaca

Distinguished Papers
Fabiano Dalpiaz and Jelena Zdravkovic

Best Posters & Demos
Marcela Ruiz and Elena Kornyshova

Friday, 25/09/2020

11:00-12:30 Session 7: Processes and Organizations
Session Chair: Estefanía Serral, KU Leuven, Belgium
Room: Limassol

Discovering Business Process Simulation Models in the Presence of Multitasking
Bedilia Estrada-Torres, Manuel Camargo, Marlon Dumas, Maksym Yerokhin

Incremental Discovery of Hierarchical Process Models
Daniel Schuster, Sebastiaan J. van Zelst, Wil M. P. van der Aalst

Toward Becoming a Data-Driven Organization: Challenges and Benefits
Richard Berntsson Svensson, Maryam Taghavianfar
Session 8: Human Factors
Session Chair: Marcela Ruiz, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Room: Paphos

FINESSE: Fair Incentives for Enterprise Employees
Soumi Chattopadhyay, Rahul Ghosh, Ansuman Banerjee, Avantika Gupta, Arpit Jain

User-Experience in Business Intelligence - A Quality Construct and Model to Design Supportive BI Dashboards
Corentin Burnay, Sarah Bouraga, Stéphane Faulkner, Ivan Jureta

Explainable Recommendations in Intelligent Systems: Delivery Methods, Modalities and Risks
Mohammad Naiseh, Nan Jiang, Jianbing Ma, Raian Ali
12:30-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30 Panel: AI for the information systems of the future
Room: Larnaca

Moderator: Jolita Ralyte, University of Geneva

Panelists:

Marko Bajec (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Xavier Franch (Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain)
Oscar Pastor (Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain)
Barbara Pernici (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

14:30-15:00 Break
15:00-16:30 Session 9: Enterprise and Analytics Architectures
Session Chair: Dominik Bork, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Room: Limassol

Structural Coupling, Strategy and Fractal Enterprise Modeling
Ilia Bider

IoT Analytics Architectures: Challenges, Solution Proposals and Future Research Directions
Theo Zschörnig, Robert Wehlitz, Bogdan Franczyk

Evolution of Enterprise Architecture for Intelligent Digital Systems
Alfred Zimmermann, Rainer Schmidt, Dierk Jugel, Michael Möhring

Session 10: Information Systems in Society
Session Chair: Eric-Oluf Svee, Stockholm University, Sweden
Room: Paphos

A Systematic Literature Review of Blockchain-Enabled Smart Contracts: Platforms, Languages, Consensus, Applications and Choice Criteria
Samya Dhaiouir, Saïd Assar

Blockchain-Based Personal Health Records for Patients’ Empowerment
Omar El Rifai, Maelle Biotteau, Xavier de Boissezon, Imen Megdiche, Franck Ravat, Olivier Teste

Text Embeddings for Retrieval from a Large Knowledge Base
Tolgahan Cakaloglu, Christian Szegedy, Xiaowei Xu

16:30-17:00 Conference closing and RCIS 2021
Room: Limassol

 


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