Short papers are assigned 20 minutes, long papers 40 minutes, all including Q&A.

Monday 26th February

9.00 – 10.00 Registration and welcome

10.00-11.20 Understanding value – chair Erik Proper
10.00 – 10.40 Ascribing Value, Birger Andersson and Paul Johannesson (L)
10. 40 – 11.20 Configuring Value Networks based on Subjective Business Values, Jefferson Da Silva Reis, Patrcio de Alencar Silva, Faiza Allah Bukhsh and Angelica Felix de Castro (L)

11.20-12.20 Communities and coalitions – chair Paul Johannesson 
11.20-11.40 Value Exchange and Formation of Coalitions, Pavel Hruby(S)
11.40-12.20 Modeling Communities in e3value, Reshmi Sarkar and Jaap Gordijn (L)

12.20-13.30 Lunch

13.30-15.30 Business ontologies – chair Jaap Gordijn
13.30-14.10 Towards an Ontology of Competition, Tiago Prince Sales, Nicola Guarino, Giancarlo Guizzardi and John Mylopoulos (L)
14.10-14.50 On the Ontological Nature of REA Core Relations, Nicola Guarino, Guizzardi Giancarlo and Tiago Prince Sales (L)
14.50-15.30 Brand Identity Ontology, Dina Elikan and Yves Pigneur (L)

15.30-16.00 Break

16.00-17.20 Frameworks
16.00-16.40 Economic Exchange in a Regulated Shared Ledger, Ivars Blums and Hans Weigand (L)
16.40-17.20 On the Development of a Modelling Framework for Value Co-creation, Henderik Proper, Marija Bjeković, Christophe Feltusand Iván S. Razo-Zapata (L)

18.00- Social event: Dinner at the canals of Amsterdam

We will explore the famous canals of Amsterdam on an ancient boat, and also have dinner on this boat.

Tuesday 27th February

9.00-10.00 Invited talk by Prof. dr. Roel Wieringa, University of Twente (see below)

10.00-10.30 Break

10.30-12.10 Contracts I – chair Hans Weigand
10.30-11.10 Contract Modeling Utilizing DEMO Co-creation Co-production Model, Frantisek Hunka and Steven J.H. van Kervel (L)
11.10-11.30 Implementation of REA Contracts as Blockchain Smart Contracts: An Exploratory Example, Graham Gal and William McCarthy (S) OntoREA© Accounting and Finance Model: Including Option Contracts in the MDD-Contex, Christian Fischer-Pauzenberger, Matthias Ondra and Walter Schwaiger (L)

12.10-13.00 Lunch

13.00-13.40 Contracts II – chair Nicola Guarino

13.00-13.40 An introduction to Commitment Based Smart Contracts using ReactionRuleML, Joost De Kruijff and Hans Weigand (L)

13.40 – 14.40 Platforms –  chair Nicola Guarino
13.40-14.20 Continuous Business Model Planning with the Value Management Platform, Geert Poels, Ben Roelens, Henk de Man and Theodoor van Donge  (L)
14.20-14.40 Analysing Transaction Codes with Data Requirements in Information Systems for Compliance Monitoring – A Manufacturing Case Study for Computational Auditing, Yuxin Wang, Joris Hulstijn and Yao-Hua Tan (S)

14.40-15.00 Break

15.00-16.20 Theory – chair Pavel Hruby
15.00-15.40 Using Mathematical Model Theory to Align Conceptual and Operational Ontologies in FIBO, Robert Nehmer and Mike Bennett (L)
15.40-16.20 The Pattern of Patterns: What is a pattern in conceptual modeling?, Pooyan Ramezani Besheli (L)

16.20-16.30 Closing

Invited talk by Prof. dr. Roel Wieringa, University of Twente

Exploring business models for new technology: Profitability, trust and risk assessment of e-business networks

The introduction of new technology such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data, sensor networks or cloud computing requires adaptation of business models. No technology should be introduced just because it is new; it should only be introduced if there is a sustainable business model for it. We focus on technologies that change the network within which a business operates, such as blockchain or sensor networks, and show how profitability, sensitivity to market assumptions, and vulnerability to fraud can be analyzed. We use new developments in the e3value methodology to illustrate this.  If there is time left we show how the resulting models can be used to design a technical infrastructure and business processes that implement the business model.

Roel Wieringa  is Chair of Information Systems at the University of Twente, The Netherlands. Over the past 30 years he has done research in several aspects of formal specification of database constraints, requirements engineering and conceptual modeling for information systems, design of e-business networks, IT security risk assessment, and the design of situation-aware platforms for decentralized coordination. His has a long-standing interest in research methodology for the design sciences. His most recent book is Design Science Methodology for Information Systems and Software Engineering, published by Springer in 2014. He has been Associate Editor in Chief of IEEE Software for the area of requirements engineering from 2004 to 2007, scientific director of the Dutch national School for Information and Knowledge Systems from 2006 to 2011 and chair of the Computer Science Department of the UT from 2009 to 2012.