Keynote - Munindar P. Singh Munindar P. Singh
Prof., North Carolina State University

Keynote NoBPM: Supporting Interaction-Oriented Automation via Normative Specifications of Processes

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Bio Munindar P. Singh is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University. Munindar’s research interests include service-oriented computing, security, and social computing. Munindar is the editor-in-chief of ACM Transactions on Internet Technology; from 1999 to 2002, he was the editor-in-chief of IEEE Internet Computing. His other current or recent editorial activities include membership on the editorial boards of IEEE Internet Computing, Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, and the Journal of Trust Management.

Keynote - Gustavo Ignacio Gomez Gustavo Ignacio Gomez
CEO, Bizagi

Keynote Adaptability, Architecture & CX: The Bizagi Way

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Bio Gustavo Gómez is an entrepreneur who loves solving problems. Equipped with a degree in Computer Science, Gustavo pursued a career in software engineering in Europe and Colombia. In 1989 he founded Bizagi, short for business agility. Despite running a global business, Gustavo’s passion for delighting customers hasn’t changed. Those around him admire his accessibility and hands-on approach, demonstrated through his daily customer interactions, involvement with product improvements, and strategic thinking. Gustavo remains the embodiment of Bizagi’s values of integrity, honesty, and commitment to exceptional service.

Keynote - Marlon Dumas Marlon Dumas
Professor, The University of Tartu

Keynote From Models to Data and Back: The Journey of the BPM Discipline and the Tangled Road to BPM 2020

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Bio Marlon Dumas is Professor of Software Engineering at University of Tartu, Estonia. Prior to this appointment he was faculty member at Queensland University of Technology and visiting researcher at SAP Research, Australia. His research interests span across the fields of software engineering, information systems and business process management. His ongoing work focuses on combining data mining and formal methods for analysis and monitoring of business processes. He is corecipient of three best paper awards at international conferences (ETAPS’2006, BPM’2010, BPM’2013), three best student paper awards with his PhD students (EEE’2005, CEC’2009, BPM’2014) and a ten-years most influential paper award at the MODELS’2011 conference. He is also co-inventor of six granted patents and co-author of the textbook “Fundamentals of Business Process Management”, now used in more than 100 universities worldwide.