Keynotes

Software sustainability and Green IT (tentative topic)

by Patricia Lago, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Bio: Patricia Lago is a professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where she leads the Software and Sustainability (S2) research group in the Computer Science Department, and adjunct professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. 

Her passion in research is to create software engineering knowledge that makes software better, smarter, and more sustainable. Her research focuses on software architecture, software quality assessment, and software sustainability. 

She is initiator of the VU Computer Science Master Track in Software Engineering and Green IT, the director of the Master Information Sciences and co-founder of the Green Lab, a place where researchers, students and companies collaborate to measure the energy footprint of software solutions and the impact on software quality. She has a PhD in Control and Computer Engineering from Politecnico di Torino and a Master in Computer Science from the University of Pisa, both in Italy. 

She is program committee member and reviewer of the major international conferences and journals in her fields of interest; a member of the Steering Committees of IEEE ICSA, ECSA; currently the Steering Committee Chair of the ICT4S conference series; and a member of the Dutch Knowledge Network on Green Software. She is also in the management team of IPN (ICT-research Platform Netherlands). She has published over 200 articles in all major scientific conferences and journals of her field. She is a senior member of ACM and IEEE. More info at: www.patricialago.nl 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Lago

 

Main conference  accepted  papers

Authors Title
Mohamad Gharib and John Mylopoulos On the Philosophical Foundations of Privacy:  A Requirements Engineering Perspective
Kimberly Lai and Michael Gruninger Enterprise Modelling with SysML: A Case Study
Giovanni Paolo Sellitto, Tanja Pavleska, Massimiliano Masi and Helder Aranha A Cyber Security Digital Twin for Critical Infrastructure Protection: the Intelligent Transport System Use Case
Isaac da Silva Torres, Marcelo Fantinato, Gabriela Musse Branco and Jaap Gordijn Design Guidelines to Derive ane3valueBusinessModel from a BPMN process model in theFinancial Securities Sector
Thomas Bauer and Ralf Laue Assignment of Actors to Activities at Process-oriented Applications: A Research Agenda
Zeynep Ozturk Yurt, Rik Eshuis, Anna Wilbik and Irene Vanderfeesten Context-Aware Process Modelling for Medicinal Product Development
Mattia Fumagalli, Tiago Sales and Giancarlo Guizzardi “Mind the Gap!”: Learning Missing Constraints from Annotated Conceptual Model Simulations
Alex Aquieta Nuñez, Anouck Chan, Alberto Donoso-Arciniega, Thomas Polacsek and Stephanie Roussel Model and Support Collaboration: an Aeronautical Case Study
Georgios Koutsopoulos and Martin Henkel An Experience Report on the Implementation of the KYKLOS Modeling Method
Qin Ma, Monika Kaczmarek-Heß and Sybren de Kinderen Validation and Verification in Domain-Specific Modeling Method Engineering
Marvin Jagals Expanding Data Governance Across Company Boundaries – An Inter-Organizational Perspective of Roles and Responsibilities
Henderik A. Proper, Roel Wagter and Joost Bekel Enterprise Coherence with GEA -- A 15 Year Co-evolution of Practice and Theory
Kate Revoredo Process Model Repair Meets Theory Revision
Nicolai Schützenmeier, Martin Käppel, Sebastian Petter and Stefan Jablonski Upper-bounded Model Checking for Declarative Process Models
Chen Hsi Tsai and Jelena Zdravkovic A Foundation for Design, Analysis, and Management of Digital Business Ecosystem through Situational Method Engineering
Nikolay Shilov, Walaa Othman, Michael Fellmann and Kurt Sandkuhl Machine Learning-Based Enterprise Modeling Assistance: Approach and Potentials
   
Muhamed Smajevic, Simon Hacks and Dominik Bork Using Knowledge Graphs to Detect Enterprise Architecture Smells
Damiano Falcioni and Robert Woitsch OLIVE, a Model-Aware Microservice Framework
Victoria Klyukina Detecting value capture processes using FEM

Detailed Program Coming in October 2021