• GET Service

Co-funded by the 7th Framework Program of the European Union
 

Speakers

 
 

Paul W.P.J. Grefen

Paul Grefen is a full professor in the School of Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology since 2003. He chaired the Information Systems subdepartment from 2006 to 2014. He received his Ph.D. in 1992 from the University of Twente and held assistant and associate professor positions in the Computer Science Department. He was a visiting researcher at Stanford University in 1994. He has been involved in various European research projects as well as various projects within the Netherlands. He is an editor of the International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems. He is an editor and author of the books on the WIDE and CrossWork projects, and has authored books on workflow management and e-business. He is a member of the Executive Board of the European Supply Chain Forum. His current research covers architectural design of business information systems, inter-organizational business process management, and service-oriented business design and support. He teaches at the M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels at TU/e and at the executive level for TIAS business school.

   

Remco Dijkman

Remco Dijkman is associate professor in Information Systems at Eindhoven University of Technology. He has worked as a researcher in a number of national and international projects, including the SPICE European project; and the SHOPPS, NLI, ArCo, and A-MUSE national projects; and he is co-founder of the Dutch BPM Round Table and the European BPM Round Table, both platforms that stimulate collaboration between researchers and practitioners. Currently, Remco is project leader of the DAIPEX Dinalog project and the GET Service European project. 

   
 

Anne Baumgraß 

Dr. Anne Baumgraß received her PhD at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Since 2013 she is postdoctoral researcher at Hasso-Plattner-Institute at the University of Potsdam leading the work package on event processing in the EU-funded GET Service project. Her research focuses on monitoring process execution at run-time in the domains of manufacturing and logistics based on event processing.


   
 

Marten van der Velde


Marten van der Velde is Director Strategy and Innovation at Portbase. From 2001 until 2003 Marten has worked for the Ministry of Transport (AVV) for the STIS, COMPRIS (KP5) and MaRNIS (KP6) projects. In 2003 Marten joined Port infolink in the role of Project Bureau officer (staff function). In 2007, Marten became Project manager at Port infolink, in which he was responsible for the development of several of Port infolink’s services and internal projects. In 2009 Marten started at the Strategy & Business Development department at Portbase. In the current function Marten is responsible for the strategic outlines of Portbase and the development of new concepts for data sharing in the logistic chains connected to the Dutch ports.