Program Board of CAiSE 2015, from left to right: Eric Dubois (Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxembourg), Gilles Perrouin (University of Namur, Belgium), Xavier Franch (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain), Janis Grabis (Riga Technical University, Latvia), John Krogstie (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), Hans Weigand (Tilburg University, Netherlands),  Klaus Pohl (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany), Jelena Zdravkovic (Stockholm University, Sweden), Michaël Petit (University of Namur, Belgium),  Mathias Weske (University of Potsdam, Germany), Janis Stirna (Stockholm University, Sweden), Peri Loucopoulos (University of Manchester, United Kingdom), Andreas L. Opdahl (University of Bergen, Norway), Haralambos Mouratidis (University of Brighton, United Kingdom), Johann Eder (Alpen Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria), Marite Kirikova (Riga Technical University, Latvia),  Remigijus Gustas (Karlstad University, Sweden), Barbara Pernici (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Anne Persson (University of Skövde, Sweden), Pnina Soffer (University of Haifa, Israel), Oscar Pastor (Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain),  Jolita Ralyte (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Collete Rolland (University Paris1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France), and Paul Johannesson (Stockholm University, Sweden). Photo by Nina Malm, DSV.

08-12 June this year DSV is hosting 27th CAISE 2015 (Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering) - Europe's leading, A-level ranked conference on information systems engineering.

One of the first tasks was to solicit a number of novel research papers from all over the world, and with a help of over 100 reviewers choose those that will be discussed by conference’s Program Board for final acceptances.

The Program Board meeting took place 5-6 February at DSV. The members of the board were the leading academics/professors of the European research in information systems coming from a number of universities. They are highly knowledgeable in the research of IS-related topics, such as business process management, enterprise modeling, service and requirements engineering, model-driven development, as well is in their applications for today’s and future generations of information systems.

After two days of continuous discussions, the board selected to accept 31 papers of the 236 submitted, thus ending with the final acceptance ratio of 13.1%

The conference itself will be held 08-12 June at DSV. The main program will be accompanied by a number of research events – 2 working conferences, 13 workshops, a forum for short papers and posters, doctoral consortium, industrial track, as well as with tutorials and research panels.

By clicking this link you will find more information about Caise 2015 on their web site