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Important Dates
Conference: May 29th-31st, 2019
Abstract submission deadline:
January 23rd, 2019 February 1st, 2019 Anywhere on Earth”, i.e., UTC-12
Regular paper submission deadline:
February 1st, 2019 February 10th, 2019 Anywhere on Earth”
Notification to authors and registration opening:
March 18th, 2019 April 1st, 2019
Camera-ready copy deadline for all paper types:
April 2nd, 2019 April 12th, 2019
Author registration deadline:
April 28th, 2019
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Accepted Papers

  • Paper 2 (Short paper): Christophe Debruyne, Jonathan Riggio, Olga De Troyer and Declan O'Sullivan. An Ontology for Representing and Annotating Data Flows to Facilitate Compliance Verification.
  • Paper 5 (Short paper): Corentin Burnay, Ivan Jureta and Stéphane Faulkner. A Discussion of the Impact of Judgmental Heuristics on Elicitation during Requirements Engineering.
  • Paper 6 (Short paper): Bjørnar Tessem and Andreas L. Opdahl. Supporting Journalistic News Angles with Models and Analogies. (Short paper)
  • Paper 8 (Full paper): Grace Park, Lawrence Chung, Vijayan Sugumaran and Sooyong Park. Conceptual Modeling for Big Data to Improve Quality of Business Analytics.
  • Paper 10 (Full paper): Hans Weigand. Value Expression in Design Research.
  • Paper 11 (Short paper): Thomas Polacsek, Stephanie Roussel, Cédric Pralet and Claude Cuiller. Design for Efficient Production, a Model-Based Approach.
  • Paper 12 (Full paper): Tahir Ahmad and Amy Van Looy. Reviewing the historical link between Business Process Management and IT: making the case towards digital innovation.
  • Paper 14 (Full paper): Luca Piras, Daniele Dellagiacoma, Anna Perini, Angelo Susi, Paolo Giorgini and John Mylopoulos. Design Thinking and Acceptance Requirements for Designing Gamified Software.
  • Paper 15 (Full paper): Giancarlo Guizzardi, Guylerme Figueiredo, Maria Hedbloom and Geert Poels. Ontology-Based Model Abstraction.
  • Paper 16 (Short paper): Elena Kornyshova and Judith Barrios Albornoz. Exploring the Impact produced by an Industry 4.0 Transformation on Enterprise Architecture Models.
  • Paper 17 (Full paper): Evangelia Vanezi, Dimitrios Kouzapas, Georgia M. Kapitsaki, Theodora Costi, Alexandros Yeratziotis, Christos Mettouris, Anna Philippou and George A. Papadopoulos. GDPR Compliance in the Design of the INFORM e-Learning Platform: a Case Study.
  • Paper 18 (Full paper): Gwendal Daniel, Abel Gómez and Jordi Cabot. UmlTo[No]SQL: Mapping Conceptual Schemas to Heterogeneous Datastores.
  • Paper 19 (Short paper): Amaury Delamaire, Mihaela Juganaru-Mathieu and Michel Beigbeder. Correlation between textual similarity and quality of LDA topic model results.
  • Paper 20 (Full paper): Tomek Helbin and Amy Van Looy. Business Process Ambidexterity and its impact on Business-IT alignment. A Systematic Literature Review.
  • Paper 22 (Full paper): Nelly Condori-Fernández and Patricia Lago. Towards a Software Sustainability-Quality Model: Insights from a Multi-Case Study.
  • Paper 24 (Short paper): Suzanne Mpouli, Christine Largeron and Michel Beigbeder. Identifying sound descriptions in texts.
  • Paper 28 (Full paper): Blagovesta Pirelli, Jaap Gordijn, Gil Regev and Alain Wegmann. Comparison of Two Value Modeling Methods: e3value and SEAM. (Full paper)
  • Paper 30 (Full paper): Floren de Gier, Davy Kager, Stijn de Gouw and Tanja Vos. Offline oracles for accessibility evaluation with the TESTAR tool.
  • Paper 32 (Short paper): Majid Altuwairiqi, Emily Arden-Close, Nan Jiang and Raian Ali. Problematic Attachment to Social Media: How Would the Design Matter?
  • Paper 33 (Short paper): Faruk Hasić and Estefanía Serral. Executing IoT Processes in BPMN 2.0: Current Support and Remaining Challenges.
  • Paper 34 (Full paper): Abdulaziz Alblwi, Angelos Stefanidis, Keith Phalp and Raian Ali. Procrastination on Social Networking Sites: Combating by Design.
  • Paper 41 (Short paper): Nelly Condori-Fernández, Patricia Lago, Miguel R. Luaces and Alejandro Catala. A Nichesourcing Framework applied to Software Sustainability Requirements.
  • Paper 44 (Full paper): Hendrik Vandenberghe, Muriel Macken and Anthony Simonofski. Towards a Prioritization of e-Government Challenges: an Exploratory Study in Belgium.
  • Paper 45 (Full paper): Jonathan Crusoe, Anthony Simonofski, Antoine Clarinval and Elisabeth Gebka. The Impact of Impediments on Open Government Data Use: Insights from Users.
  • Paper 47 (Short paper): Maouaheb Belarbi and Vincent Englebert. Bespoke: a Methodology to design Software Factories. A preliminary approach.
  • Paper 54 (Full paper): Mathupayas Thongmak. The Effects of Consumer Interests in Top Box Office Movies: evidence from the pre-during-post-peak periods.
  • Paper 57 (Full paper): Tanguy Giuffrida, Sophie Dupuy-Chessa, Jean-Philippe Poli and Éric Céret. Fuzzy4U: A fuzzy logic system for user interfaces adaptation.
  • Paper 58 (Short paper): Victor Amaral de Sousa and Corentin Burnay. Towards an integrated methodology for the development of cross-organizational business processes using blockchain technology.
  • Paper 59 (Short paper): Audrey Sanctorum and Beat Signer. A Unifying Reference Framework and Model for Adaptive Distributed Hybrid User Interfaces.
  • Paper 66 (Short paper): Krishna Mohan Mishra, Tomi Krogerus and Kalevi Huhtala. Fault Detection of Elevator Systems Using Deep Autoencoder Feature Extraction.
  • Paper 69 (Full paper): Ana León and Oscar Pastor. Infoxication in the Genomic Data Era and Implications in the Development of Information Systems.
  • Paper 88 (Short paper): Duaa Alkubaisy, Karl Cox and Haralambos Mouratidis. Detecting and Mitigating Conflicts for Privacy and Security Requirements. (Short paper)
  • Paper 90 (Short paper): Eric-Oluf Svee. Utilizing User Values to Generate System Requirements for a Geographically-distributed Workforce. (Full paper)
  • Paper 91 (Full paper): Sergio España, Niels Bik and Sietse Overbeek. Model-driven engineering support for social and environmental accounting. (Full paper)
  • Gondy Leroy. Evaluating Artifacts using Experiments as part of the Design Science Framework
  • Vinay Kulkarni and Tony Clark. Towards Adaptive Enterprises using Digital Twins
Posters and Demos
  • Paper 23: Gianna Reggio and Maurizio Leotta. An Approach for Selecting the Most Suitable Business Process Modelling Method/Notation.
  • Paper 39: Raphaëlle Bour, Chantal Soule-Dupuy and Nathalie Vallès-Parlangeau. DEMOS : a DEsign Method for demOcratic information System.
  • Paper 55: Anthony Opara, Youngsang Song, Seong-je Cho and Lawrence Chung. A framework for representing cloud security and privacy policies and detecting potential problems.
  • Paper 97: Maxime Cauz and Anthony Cleve. Interacting with Overlaid Information in Augmented Reality Systems for Maintenance: A Preliminary Review.
  • Paper 98: Elisabeth Gebka, Antoine Clarinval, Jonathan Crusoe and Anthony Simonofski. Generating Value with Open Government Data: Beyond the Programmer.
  • Paper 104: Frank Reyes Garcia, Beatriz Marin and Sofía Alarcón Bañados. Visualization of MBT testing coverage.
Doctoral Consortium
  • Paper 21: Tomek Helbin. Investigating how Business Process Ambidexterity facilitates business-IT alignment in public sector organizations
  • Paper 81: Adrien Voisin. A Green-by-Design Methodology to Increase Sustainability of Smart City Systems
  • Paper 101: Daria Bogdanova. Towards personalized feedback in a smart learning environment for teaching conceptual modelling
  • Paper 102: Tahir Ahmad. The impact of new IT adoption on Business Process Management

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