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Reichert bearbeitet kleinManfred Reichert holds a PhD in Computer Science and a Diploma in Mathematics. Since January 2008 he has been appointed as full professor at Ulm University, Germany. Before, he was working as associate professor at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. There he was also leader of the strategic research orientations on "E-health" and on "Applied Science of Services", and member of the Management Board of the Centre for Telematics and Information Technology.

His major research interests are next generation process management technology (e.g., adaptive processes, process lifecycle management, data-driven and object-centric processes, mobile processes), service-oriented architectures (e.g., service interoperability, service evolution), and advanced applications for IT solutions (e.g., e-health, automotive engineering). Together with Peter Dadam he pioneered the work on the ADEPT process management system. He has been participating in numerous research projects in the BPM area and contributed numerous papers. He was PC Co-chair of the BPM’08 and CoopIS’11 conferences and General Chair of the BPM’09 conference.

 

Weber bearbeitet kleinBarbara Weber obtained her Ph.D. in Economics at the Institute of Information Systems. Since 2004, she is researcher at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Innsbruck where she holds an Associate Professor position. She is a member of the Quality Engineering (QE) research group and head of the research cluster on business processes and workflows at QE.

Her research areas include Business Process Management, Process Flexibility, Process Modeling, Integrated Process Lifecycle Support and Process Mining. She has published more than 80 papers and articles in, among others Data & Knowledge Engineering, Computers in Industry, Science of Computer Programming, Software Evolution and Maintenance, and Enterprise Systems. She has been co-chair of the successful BPI (business process intelligence) workshop series since 2007 and is a member of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining. Barbara will be PC Co-Chair of the BPM'13 conference in Beijing, China.

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