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====== Stockholm BPM Round Table ====== {{:wiki:stockholm:stockholm.jpg |}} ===== Description ===== The BPM group at Stockholm University was formed in 2011, recognizing the increased importance of the areas of business process management and workflow systems. The group is part of the Information Systems unit at the department for Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), which is the largest department in its area in the country. The BPM group at DSV has carried out work in the area of patterns analysis and collection, application of state of the art process modeling techniques in local governments in Sweden and benefits analysis of process re-engineering. Current interests are in the area of aspect-oriented business process management, methods for the application of configurable process modeling in practice, and the use of process mining in the public sector and in industry. ===== Key persons ===== **Petia Wohed** holds a position as Associate Professor at the department of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University. She received her PhD from Stockholm University in 2000 and completed her post-doctoral studies at Université Henri Poincaré in France. She has a long-standing collaboration with the Business Process Management group at Queensland University of Technology in Australia and visits them regularly. Wohed has published work on quality, reuse and enrichment of conceptual models, methods for transformation of business to process models, as well as on analysis of process modeling languages (UML AD, BPMN, BPEL) and open source workflow systems (jBPM, EnhydraShark, OpenWFE). She has worked on several national and international (EU) projects on information/process modeling and integration. Her current research interests are in the areas of process model presentation, aspect oriented business process management, configurable process models and open process repositories for the public sector. **Gustaf Juell-Skielse** holds a position as a senior lecturer the department of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University, where he leads the Information system lab. PhD students within the group: * Amin Jalali * Carl-Mikael Lönn ===== Local Network ===== | Järfälla kommun (En. Järfälla Municipality) | {{:wiki:stockholm:jaerfaella.jpg?200|}} | | Dynabyte (www.dynabyte.se) | | ===== Contact ===== Petia Wohed \\ DSV, SU \\ Forum 100 \\ 164 40 Kista \\ +46 8 16 1674 \\ petia@dsv.su.se \\