Prof. Dr. Axel Polleres joined WU in September 2013. Before he worked at TU Vienna, Univ. Innsbruck, Univ. Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), DERI at NUI (Galway, Ireland), and Siemens AG. His research focuses on ontologies, query and rule languages, Semantic Web, Web services, knowledge management, Linked Open Data and configuration technologies. He has more than 100 scientific publications and has actively contributed to international standardisation efforts in the W3C where he co-chaired the W3C SPARQL working group.
Dr. Alois Haselböck joined Siemens in October 1993 and has been working in many R&D projects developing product configurators for complex technical systems in various domains, e.g. for railway safety systems. His research focuses on constraint-based systems, configuration, optimization, and semantic technologies. At present, he is senior research scientist in the Research Group for Configuration Technologies at Siemens' Research & Technology Center.
Prof. Dr. Hajo Reijers is a full professor in Business Informatics at the VU University in Amsterdam, as well as a part-time full professor in Business Process Technology at Eindhoven University of Technology. He holds a PhD degree in mathematics and computer science (2002), and MSc degrees in computer science (1994) and technical communication (1994). Before entering academia, Hajo worked as a management consultant for firms such as Deloitte and Accenture. He published over 150 scientific papers, chapters in edited books, and articles in professional journals on topics such as enterprise IT, process redesign, workflow management, process mining, conceptual modeling, and simulation. Another of his areas of interest is the development and exchange of knowledge between industry and academia, which he fosters through co-founding the Dutch Business Process Management Forum and managing the International BPM Round Table.
Prof. Dr. Jan Mendling has published more than 200 research papers and articles, and two monograph books on BPM. He is member of the editorial board of four international journals, co-founders of the Berlin BPM Community of Practice, and board member of the Austrian Gesellschaft für Prozessmanagement.
Dr. Daniel Schall joined Siemens Corporate Technology in December 2011. Before he worked at TU Vienna and Siemens Corporate Research (SCR). His research focuses on scalable and resilient software architectures, modeling of non-functional requirements, Web technologies, and workflow management systems. He has published more than 60 scientific journal and conference articles.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Eiter is a professor at TU Wien since 1998, where he heads the Knowledge Base Systems Group (KBS) and the Institute of Information Systems. Among his current research interests are knowledge representation and reasoning, computational logic, and declarative problem solving. He co-chaired various meetings, most recently KR 2014 and the Vienna Summer of Logic, the largest event in the history of logic. Eiter is an ECCAI Fellow, a Corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and current president of KR, Inc.
Dr. Cristina Cabanillas is an Assistant Professor with the Institute for Information Business at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (WU Vienna), Austria. Her research areas include Business Process Management, Business Process Compliance, Conceptual Modelling and Data Integration. She obtained an MSc degree on with the University of Seville (Spain) with a thesis that studied the specification and verification of compliance rules in business processes, and she completed her PhD with the same university researching on resource and data management in business processes. She has publications in the most relevant conferences and journals in the field of BPM, and experience as a reviewer in journals, conferences and workshops related to service computing, the semantic Web, business process management, Information Systems, and business process compliance. She organised the 1st Workshop on Resource Management in Service-Oriented Computing (RMSOC) in conjunction with ICSOC 2014, and is currently involved in the FFG SHAPE research project.
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