15th International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS 2012)

Venue: Vilnius

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania

Event Date/Time: May 21, 2012 End Date/Time: May 23, 2012
Paper Submission Date: Jan 16, 2012
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15th International Conference Business Information Systems

Theme of the conference |
Topics of interest |
Important dates |

Submission guidelines |
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Call for Papers

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your work to BIS 2012
conference. It will take place in May 2012 in Vilnius and will be
organized by Poznan University of Economics and Vilnius University.

Theme of the conference

Advanced Computational Gateway to Business Information Management

The pervasive vision of this year conference is laid for opening

gateway to knowledge discovery for effective decision making and

managing business processes by developing information management

frameworks closely aligned with enterprise strategy and objectives.

We encourage comprehensive look at the concept of data governance as

it joins cross-functional teams for business knowledge alignment

affecting the company or organization as a whole.

The aim of the conference is to identify trends and problems fostering

new development of business information systems by applying advanced

computational approaches and business intelligence. We expect that

ideas and high quality publications presented by the researchers can

shape future research directions both in theoretical and applied

domains of managing business knowledge.

BIS 2012 continues the tradition of collaboration among multiple

scientific areas, therefore we are looking forward for original

research papers covering the topics detailed below.


BIS 2012 International Conference invites researchers and practitioners to submit papers that contribute the results of research in Business Information Systems as well as papers that report on industrial IT projects. The Program Committee particularly encourages presentations of practical papers on industrial experience or on the validation of prototype implementations. Topics are restricted by the theme of the conference as defined above and they include:

Business intelligence

  • Artificial intelligence

  • Evolutionary and genetic algorithms

  • Support vector machines

  • Fuzzy logic

  • Machine learning

  • Neural networks

  • Intelligent agent based systems

  • Business applications of artificial intelligence

Business information management

  • Business process management

  • Data governance

  • IT Project management

  • Electronic commerce

  • Financial management

  • Information security

  • Quality management

  • Customer Relationship Management

  • Semantic business process management

  • Adaptive and dynamic processes

  • Supply chain processes

  • ERP implementations

  • Integration of data and processes

  • Collaborative BPM

Information technology

  • Communication and network systems

  • Business Data mining

  • Data governance technologies and applications

  • Business databases, data warehousing

  • Software engineering

  • Internet technology and application

  • Multimedia business applications


  • Creation, learning, population, evolution and evaluation of

  • Ontologies for enterprise content management

  • Natural language processing and cognitive science

  • Semantic integration of heterogeneous semi-structured information

  • Interoperability of heterogeneous information systems

  • Business models for web information integration and aggregation


  • Location-aware and geography-centric information systems

  • Wireless and mobile applications

  • Multi-agent distributed systems

  • Semantic web personalization

  • Ambient computing

Content retrieval and filtering

  • Hidden Web search and crawling

  • Data integration from Web information sources

  • Modeling and describing evolving data sources

  • Adaptive integration of evolving data sources

  • Information gathering support for knowledge-intensive enterprises

  • Search over semi-structural Web sources

  • Business models for a content


  • Knowledge-based collaboration

  • Human-computer interaction

  • Social networks and social wikis

  • Enterprise mashups, enterprise 2.0

  • Infrastructures for collaboration (p2p, tsc, etc.)

  • Semantic grid

  • Security in distributed systems

  • Web-based model for discoverability, consumption, and reuse

Web services

  • Service oriented computing (SOA)

  • Semantic web services

  • Composition, choreography and orchestration

  • Open, decentralized self-service

  • Trust and quality of service (qos)

  • Service level agreements

Submission Guidelines

  • Submission system is available here (at EasyChair)

  • language of publication: English

  • paper should not exceed 12 LNCS pages (including abstract and references)

  • we understand that you submit your original work that has not been published or submitted elsewhere, and that you agree to publish your work when it is accepted by the Program Committee; you will be required to send a signed copyright form as required by Springer at a later stage

  • at least one author should register for the conference and present the paper; only registered authors' papers will be included in the proceedings

  • the authors will prepare the final manuscript in time for its inclusion in conference proceedings

Important dates

  • Jan 16, 2012 - submission deadline for papers

  • Mar 1, 2012 - notification of acceptance/rejection

  • Mar 11, 2012 - submission of final papers

  • May 21-23, 2011 - the conference


Poznan University of Economics

Department of Management Information Systems

Vilnius University

Department of Informatics