• Conference Date
  • 14-17 June 2021
  • Hannover, Germany
  • Conference starts in: ..:..:..:..
Time (CEST) Monday, 14 June Tuesday, 15 June Wednesday, 16 June Thursday, 17 June
9:00-10:00 Workshops Keynote 1: Boris Otto Keynote 2: Sonja Zillner
10:00-11:30 Big Data 1 Knowledge Graphs Applications 1
11:30-13:00 Big Data 2 Artificial Intelligence 1 Applications 2
13:00-14:30 Smart Infrastructures Artificial Intelligence 2 / Social Media ICT Project

Guidelines for presenters

  • Each paper should be presented online by at least one author according to the schedule.
  • Presentation should be shared directly from a computer of the presenter via the online system.
  • Please send a copy of your presentation (pdf or PowerPoint) till 10th June 2021 entitiled with the number of your paper to email: bis2021@bisconf.org In case of any technical problem with screen sharing, this version will be presented to the audience.
  • For each paper we reserve 20 min. We suggest to divide it as follows: 15 min for presentation and 5 min for Q&A.
  • Information about an online system will be distributed to all registered participants shortly before the conference.

BIS sessions

Big Data 1

Tuesday, 15 June 10:00 – 11:30 CEST

  • Deep learning for customer churn prediction in e-commerce decision support
  • Developing a legal form classification and extraction approach for company entity matching
  • Predict COVID-19 Spreading with C-SMOTE
  • Post-Brexit power of European Union from the world trade network analysis

Big Data 2

Tuesday, 15 June 11:30 – 13:00 CEST

  • Towards a Guideline Affording Overarching Knowledge Building in Data Analysis Projects
  • Optimization-based Business Process Model Matching
  • Database-less Extraction of Event Logs from Redo Logs
  • Towards a Concept for Building a Big Data Architecture with Microservices

Smart Infrastructures

Tuesday, 15 June 13:00 – 14:30 CEST

  • Execution of Multi-Perspective Declarative Process Models using Complex Event Processing
  • Exploring Potential Impacts of Self-Sovereign Identity on Smart Service Systems: An Analysis of Electric Vehicle Charging Services

Knowledge Graphs

Wednesday, 16 June 10:00 – 11:30 CEST

  • Domain-specic Event Abstraction
  • Ontological Modeling of the State Economic Development Policy for Cultural Industries
  • Semantic Representation of Domain Knowledge for Professional VR Training
  • Mapping of ImageNet and Wikidata for Knowledge Graphs Enabled Computer Vision

Artificial Intelligence 1

Wednesday, 16 June 11:30 – 13:00 CEST

  • Contextual Personality-aware Recommender System Versus Big Data Recommender System
  • Generating a Condensed Representation for Positive and Negative Association Rules
  • Supporting an Expert-centric Process of New Product Introduction with Statistical Machine Learning
  • Evaluating the New AI and Data Driven Insurance Business Models for Incumbents and Disruptors: Is there Convergence?

Artificial Intelligence 2

Wednesday, 16 June 13:00 – 13:45 CEST

  • Evaluation of Deep Learning Instance Segmentation models for Pig Precision Livestock Farming
  • Text-Aware Predictive Monitoring of Business Processes

Social Media

Wednesday, 16 June 13:45 – 14:30 CEST

  • Predicting E-commerce Item Sales with Web Environment Temporal Background
  • Social Media Crisis Communication Model for Building Public Resilience: A Preliminary Study

Applications 1

Thursday, 17 June 10:00 – 11:30 CEST

  • Stream Processing Tools for Analyzing Objects in Motion Sending High-Volume Location Data
  • Enterprise-Wide Metadata Management – An Industry Case on the Current State and Challenges
  • A Scoping Review of the Digital Transformation Literature using Scientometric Analysis
  • Innovating in Circles: A Qualitative Analysis on Cycles of IT Feature Recombinations for Per-formative and Creative Outcomes

Applications 2

Thursday, 17 June 11:30 – 13:00 CEST

  • An Integrated Group Decision-Making Approach Considering Uncertainty Conditions
  • Disintegration of Health Digitalization: Case Study on The Use Information Technology for Maternal and Child Health Services in Indonesia
  • The Digitalization of Local Owner-Operated Retail Outlets: How environmental and organizational factors drive the use of digital tools and applications
  • A Novel Example-Dependent Cost-Sensitive Stacking Classifier to Identify Tax Return Defaulters

ICT Project

Thursday, 17 June 13:00 – 14:30 CEST

  • Development of the Information Security Management System Standard for Public Sector Organisations in Estonia
  • Potentials and Barriers of Agility in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Insights from qualitative research in Germany

To be extended…