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BPM 2005

Third International Conference on Business Process Management

Nancy, France, September 2005

Organised by LORIA


BPM 2005 is the third in a conference series that provides a forum for researchers and practitioners in all aspects of business process management. BPM 2005 will be held in Nancy, France and is organized by LORIA laboratory and University Henri Poincaré. Papers presenting original contributions on business process management (theory, techniques, methods, software architectures) are sought. The language of the conference is English.

Important facts

Important dates

New Invited speakers and the program are now available New
Registration is open (see registration page for details)
The list of accepted papers is available
Conference days: September 6-8, 2005
Workshops day: September 5, 2005

Conference Aims and Objectives

The BPM conference provides a forum for presentation and exchange of research results and practical experiences within the field of Business Process Management. As in previous years, the programme will feature invited talks, tutorials, paper sessions. This year, a workshop and a panel discussion will be introduced.

Conference themes

The BPM conference aims at publishing papers about the following themes: business process modeling and analysis (including configuration, mining, patterns,...), process support (from verification and validation to performance analisys and enactment in ERP, CRM, and SCM systems), architectures (from workflow to service oriented architectures). You can consult a more complete list of topics.

Conference and workshops proceedings published by Springer-Verlag  LNCS Logo


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Last modified: September 12th, 2005