Program

Monday, June 17th

9:00-9:15          Welcome

Workshop overview and objectives; brief introduction of participants

9:15-10:30      Session 1: Cognitive research in IS examples

Keynote: Daniel M. Berry: The Impact of Domain Knowledge on the Effectiveness of Requirements Idea Generation during Requirements Elicitation

Irit Hadar: When Intuition and Logic Clash: The Case of the OO Paradigm

10:30-11:00     Coffee break

11:00-12:30      Session 2: Cognitive theories applied to ISE

Manuel Imaz: Zooming In and Out in Requirements Engineering (research, long)

Jeffrey Parsons and Yair Wand: Cognitive Principles to Support Information Requirements Agility (position)

Naomi Unkelos-Shpigel and Irit Hadar: Using Distributed Cognition Theory for Analyzing the Deployment Architecture Process (research, short)

12:30-14:00       Lunch

14:00-14:45       Session 3: Cognitive aspects of BPM

Barbara Weber, Jakob Pinggera, Victoria Torres and Manfred Reichert: Change Patterns for Model Creation: Investigating the Role of Nesting Depth (position)

Jan Claes, Frederik Gailly and Geert Poels: Cognitive Aspects of Structured Process Modeling (position)

14:45-15:30       Panel

Information Systems Development Technologies and the Human Mind: Correspondence and Collision

Panelists: Jeffrey Parsons, Hajo Reijers, Barbara Weber
Moderator: Irit Hadar

15:30-16:00       Coffee break

16:00-16:30       Concluding remarks