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19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics

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Mohamed Zaki invited to be one of the organizing committee members of '19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics', held in Thessaloniki, Greece on 24-26 July 2017

Mohamed Zaki invited to be one of the organizing committee members of '19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics'. He acted as a workshop chair. IEEE CBI is a well-established conference series on Business Informatics that has a long tradition of hosting workshops around topics related to the main themes of the conference. The CBI workshops provide ample room for discussion of recent business informatics developments, as well as new and emerging ideas. Four workshops have been hosted in this conference:

  1. Developing Multi-sided DIGITAL PLATFORMS – a business informatics perspective - which explored how firms create or transform business into new, multi-sided platform ecosystem, and explored the role of business informatics in developing adaptive and dynamic platform capabilities that are able to continually evolve to co-create a virtuous cycle of sustained value for participating actors.
  2. International Workshop on the Internet of Things and Smart Services - which was about business transformation due to digital economy implementation and about new types of services and innovative business models stemming from the high impact of IoT and data-based services as the next step in globalization including new strategy and recommendations on Collaborative Economy in 2016 by the European Commission. The workshop also included discussions on relevant topics of Big Data and Big Data Analytics (related to information understanding and new business models).
  3. Smart, internet-connected objects and applications in dynamically evolving cities and communities - Systems enabling SCO are highly adaptive complex systems that pose great challenges in their development and operation. Current user-driven techniques for system domain modelling and requirements engineering are not adequate for supporting the development of such systems. This special session addressed the current state of the art and explore innovative techniques in smart, internet connected objects and applications in the context of smart cities and communities.
  4. International Workshop in Requirements Engineering and Design for Big Data Analytics and Applications - which explored the areas of requirements engineering and design for business intelligence and data analytics from both theoretical and applications points of view. Paper presented approaches, frameworks and tools that target the early stages of systems development. At the same time, it welcomes applications that have focused on requirements and design for data analytics/business intelligence applications.

More information on the conference, workshops and organising committee can be found here.

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