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During the closing ceremony, the best demo award was given to:
Ksenia Ryndina, Jochen M. Kuster, and Harald Gall
A Tool for Integrating Object Life Cycle and Business Process Modelling
The recipients of the best paper and best industry paper awards were announced during the conference dinner:
Best Paper Award
K. Bhattacharya, C. Gerede, R. Hull, R. Liu, J. Su
Towards Formal Analysis of Artifact-Centric Business Process Models
Best Industry Paper Award
BPM on top of SOA: Experiences from the Financial Industry
The location of the next edition of the conference was also annouced during the conference dinner. BPM 2008 will be held in Milan, Italy, 1-4 September 2008. The website of BPM 2008 is now open.
A new session on 'BPM Education' has been included in the conference program. This session will take place on Tuesday, 25 September from 3.30-5.00pm. It will explore the required skillset of BPM pratitioners and discuss related BPM education. Further information will be posted asap. In the meantime contact Alex Kokkonen ( email@example.com ) for further information.
The conference proceedings (LNCS 4714) are available online.You can find information about it at
http://www.springeronline.com/978-3-540-75182-3 or access the online version at http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-540-75182-3/
The room numbers have now been decided and can be viewed on the program.
The preliminary program for the conference is now available.
The 3rd International Workshop on Grid and Peer-to-Peer Based Workflows has been cancelled.
We are pleased to announce that Suncorp has joined the conference as a premium sponsor.
The call for papers deadline for the 1st International Workshop on Management of Business Processes in Government has been extended until 29 June 2007.
The 12th Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering (AWRE 2007) has been cancelled thus will no longer be part of the conference.
The call for papers deadline for the 10th International Workshop on Reference Modeling has been extended until 15 June 2007.
The details for the first keynote speaker have been uploaded and can now be viewed.
It has been confirmed that we received 152 papers for the BPM 2007 conference.
Registration details are now available.
Oracle has signed up as a Solution Sponsor of BPM 2007.
The website for one of our workshops - 3rd International Workshop on Grid and Peer-to-Peer Based Workflows - has now been made available.
The website for one of our co-located events - 1st International Workshop on BPM Governance (WoGo 2007) - has now been made available.
The website for one of our co-located events - 1st International Workshop on Management of Business Processes in Government - has now been made available. Also, one of our workshops - 3rd International Workshop on Business Process Design - has now been made available.
It is now possible to submit papers, please see all details at http://bpm07.fit.qut.edu.au/submissions/
The website for one of our co-located events - The 4th International Workshop on Web Service and Formal Methods (WS-FM 2007) - has now been made available
We are pleased to announce that there is a new co-located event on the program - the 1st International Workshop on BPM Governance.
Another two organisations have endorsed the BPM 2007 conference: the Object Management Group (OMG) and the Association of BPM Practitioners (ABPMP). The OMG is an industry consortium responsible for several highly prominent enterprise integration and modelling standards such as CORBA, UML and MDA. It is also responsible for the standardisation of the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). The ABPMP is a vendor-independent organisation dedicated to the promotion and advancement of business process management in practice.
The BPM 2007 conference has been endorsed by the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC). The WfMC has over 300 member organisations worldwide, representing all facets of workflow, from vendors to users, and from academics to consultants. Further information can be found at www.wfmc.org
EMISA has become a conference sponsor for BPM 2007.
The Australian Computer Society has endorsed the BPM 2007 conference and will also provide financial support to this event. We are very grateful about this support and confident that the collaboration with the ACS will be of mutual benefit and that BPM 2007 will be an important conference for ACS members.
We are pleased to welcome SAP as the Conference Partner for BPM 2007. This sponsorship is also an expression of the very close relationship between SAP and QUT's BPM Group.
The Call for Papers, Workshop Proposals, Demos, Tutorial and Panels are now available. Please contact the relevant Chairs in case you have any questions.