the premier event for researchers and practitioners who work on multilevel Business Process Management
In recent years there has beengrowing interest in the use of multilevel modelling approaches to better representthe multiple classification levels that are frequently found in the real worldand are needed to eﬀactivelyengineer languages. Multi-level modelling approaches have not only beensuccessfully used in numerous industrial projects and standards definition initiativesthey are now supported by an array of dedicated tools. However most research eﬀorts so far have mainly addressedthe static data modelling part and ignored the dynamic part of informationsystems captured in business processes. Similar to datamodels, businessprocesses can also benefit from multiple classification levels and need them tohandle the increasing complexity of processes.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in the management of a hierarchy of knowledge about business processes and to debate the foundations of multi-level modelling and how it can be applied on business processes, discuss challenges in applying multi-level modelling techniques and share experiences regarding multi-level modelling tools in respect to BPM. We encourage the submission on new concepts, implementation approaches and formalisms or case study scenarios. Contributions in the area of tool building, multilevel modelling approaches are equally welcome.
Possible topics include, but are not restricted to:
Two kinds of papers are solicited: regular papers (max 10 pages), and positon papers (max 5 pages), adhering to the Springer LNBIP style.