26th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering

Start date: 
Monday, 16 June, 2014
End date: 
Friday, 20 June, 2014

Thessaloniki, Greece

Real-time information systems and overly complex financial products have been blamed as causes of recent financial crises. The IS Engineering community is treating such phenomena as challenges, to be addressed through research and improved practices. In particular, our community has begun to address the role of information systems in predicting, preventing, and reacting to crises of many different kinds: data-centric financial and fiscal dependency analysis of the globalized financial systems, resilience of critical infrastructures by information management, reaction to natural disasters such as fires, floods, earthquakes, etc. Due to the very nature of crises as unexpected events with broad and vast impact, IS Engineering challenges traditional wisdom and methodologies, as well as interactions between research and practice including stakeholders such as crisis victims.


The CAiSE topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

----- Methods, techniques and tools for IS engineering • Innovation and creativity in IS engineering • Enterprise architecture and enterprise modelling • Requirements engineering • Business process modeling, analysis and management • Requirements, models, and software reuse • Adaptation, evolution and flexibility issues • Domain engineering • IS in networked & virtual organizations • Method engineering • Knowledge, information, and data quality • Languages and models • Mining, monitoring and predicting • Variability and configuration • Matching, compliance and alignment issues • Conceptual design and modelling • Security • Service science

----- Innovative platforms, architectures and technologies for IS • Service-oriented architecture • Model-driven architecture • Component based development • Agent architecture • Distributed, mobile, and open architecture • Innovative database technology • Semantic web • IS and ubiquitous technologies • Adaptive and context-aware IS

----- Domain specific IS engineering:

• Crisis Management

• eGovernment

• Enterprise applications (ERP, COTS)

• Data warehouses and business intelligence • Workflow systems • Knowledge management systems • Content management systems


Important dates

• Workshop submission deadline: 18 October 2013 • Paper submission deadline:

29 November 2013 • Tutorial submission deadline: 13 December 2013 • Notification of acceptance: 17 February 2014 • Conference, Workshops & Related Events: 16-20 June 2014

More at: http://delab.csd.auth.gr/caise2014/


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