ER 2019 Forum

(Mercado Modelo III)

The ER 2019 Forum aims to create a platform for presenting and discussing novel research ideas addressing any of the ER 2019 conference topics as well as new emerging topics related to the conceptual modeling field. In this track, innovation prevails over maturity. The main goal of the ER Forum 2019 is to facilitate the interaction, discussion and exchange of ideas among presenters and participants.

Publication and Presentation

ER Forum and ER Poster & Demos Session 2019 Joint Proceedings of ER Forum and Poster & Demos Session 2019.


In order to propel discussion and feedback opportunities instead of the usual paper presentation session, the ER 2019 Forum papers will be presented in a “World-Cafe” setting initiated by a short elevator speech by each author. Therefore, physical presence of at least one presenter for each ER 2019 Forum paper is mandatory.

 Program Committee

  • Armel E.J. Lefebvre Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • Beatriz Marín Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
  • Cristina Cabanillas Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
  • Fáber Giraldo Universidad del Quindío, Colombia
  • Fabiano Dalpiaz Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • Giancarlo Guizzardi, UFES, Brazil
  • Hui Ma Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • Marcela Ruíz ZHAW Zurich University, Switzerland
  • Martin Henkel Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Nelly Condori-Fernández Universidade Da Coruña, Spain
  • Óscar Pastor Universitat Politècnica de València
  • Raian Ali Bournemouth University, UK 
  • Verónica Burriel Universiteit Utrecht

Forum Chairs

Ignacio Panach

Universitat de València,, Spain


The ER 2019 Forum papers will be presented in a “World-Cafe” setting initiated by a short elevator speech by each author. Each paper will have 1 minute and 1 slide to summarize the contribution. All slides will be compiled all together in a simple file to facilitate the speaker swap. Each minute an alarm will sound, indicating that the next speaker must start her/his speech. The order of the elevator speech is:

  • Towards Checking Dynamic Controllability of Processes with Temporal Loops
    Marco Franceschetti, Johann Eder
  • A Conceptual Vision Toward the Management of Machine Learning Models
    Daniel N. R. da Silva, Adolfo Simões, Carlos Cardoso, Douglas E. M. de Oliveira, João N. Rittmeyer, Klaus Wehmuth, Hermano Lustosa, Rafael S. Pereira, Yania Souto, Luciana E. G. Vignoli, Rebecca Salles, Heleno de S.C. Jr, Artur Ziviani, Eduardo Ogasawara, Flavia C. Delicato, Paulo de F. Pires, Hardy Leonardo da C. P. Pinto, Luciano Maia, Fabio Porto
  • Integration and Analysis of Clinical and Genomic Data of Neuroblastoma applying Conceptual Modeling
    Sipan Arevshatyan, José Fabián Reyes Román, Verónica Burriel, Adela Cañete, Victoria Castel, Óscar Pastor
  • LabDER – Relational Database Virtual Learning Environment
    Adriano Lino, Álvaro Rocha, Luís Macedo, Amanda Sizo
  • Using the Fractal Enterprise Model for Inter-organizational Business Processes
    Martin Henkel , Georgios Koutsopoulos, Ilia Bider, Erik Perjons
  • Towards Goal Modeling and Analysis for Networks of Collaborative Cyber-Physical S/Nystems
    Jennifer Brings , Marian Daun
  • Inferring Structure for Design: An Inductive Approach to Ontology Generation
    Alfred Castillo, Arturo Castellanos, Debra Vandermeer
  • Exploring the Concept of “Tiers-Lieu” for Information Services: The Value of Conceptual Modeling
    Jolita Ralyté, Michel Léonard

After the elevator speeches, all the contributions will be available in a poster session. Each author will explain the poster to the audience during the coffee break