One of the main factors of the evolution of organizations are the new commercial
conditions which joint with their need to respond to competitive pressure forces
them to continuously improve the quality of their products and the efficiency of
their services, considering not only the environment (providers, competitors, customers,
etc.), but also their information systems. As a consequence, the Business Process
Management (BPM) has turned into a very significant field of interest for organizations
competitiveness, given the information and communication technologies integrator
role that BPM plays. Therefore, the Software Engineering (SE) field needs to incorporate
the study and management of business processes and in the same way SE can actively
contribute in the management of business processes by providing suitable methodologies,
techniques and tools.
The International Summer School on Business Process Management aims
to provide a detailed view about the current state of the art and practice on the
Business Processes field, by tackling the main areas of Business Process Management:
modelling, enactment, measurement and improvement.
The program will consist of invited lectures, who are prestigious
experts in the field, and who will present state of art BPM methods and techniques.
The school will be held in the Escuela Superior de Informática
in Ciudad Real (Spain), from July 8th to 11th.
The school will be mainly open to young researchers and professionals with some
background in computer science who are interested in BPM and SE fields.
The official language of the summer school will be english.
- Félix García (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
- Jorge Cardoso ( University of Madeira, Portugal)
- Andrea Delgado Cavaliere (University of the Republica, Uruguay)
- Ignacio García-Rodriguez (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
- Mario Piattini (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
- Elvira Rolón (University of Tamaulipas, México)
- Francisco Ruiz (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
- Laura Sánchez (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)