ICSOB-13: Program

The conference puts emphasis on the contemporary issues emerging at the intersection of the software and business domains, broadly defined. The program includes a variety of possibilities to learn, discuss and contribute software business.

Tuesday, June 11th

8:00 Conference Check-in
9:00 5th International Workshop on Software Ecosystems (IWSECO) Workshop: From Start-ups to SaaS Conglomerate: Life Cycles of Software Products (IW-LCSP)
9:00 Shared keynote by Jan Bosch
Brief Introduction of IWLCSP Speakers
10:30 Towards the Analysis of Software Projects Dependencies: An exploratory visual study of software ecosystems
Francisco Santana, Claudia Werner
Software Ecosystems: From Software Product Management to Software Platform Management
Slinger Jansen, Stef Peeters, Sjaak Brinkkemper
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 On Clusters in Open Source Ecosystems
Shaheen Syed and Slinger Jansen
Lean Product Development in Early Stage Startups
Jens Björk, Jens Ljungblad, Jan Bosch
12:00 Reviewing the Health of Software Ecosystems – A Conceptual Framework Proposal
Konstantinos Manikas, Klaus Marius Hansen
Requirements Engineering as a Surrogate for Business Case Analysis in a Mobile Applications Startup Context
David Callele, Aubrie Boyer, Kent Brown, Krzysztof Wnuk, Birgit Penzestadler
12:30 On the Software Ecosystem Health of Open Source Content Management Systems
Sonny van Lingen, Adrien Palomba
Game Development Accelerator – Initial Design and Research Approach
Antero Järvi, Tuomas Mäkilä, Sami Hyrynsalmi
13:00 Lunch
14:30 Hadoop and its evolving ecosystem
J. Yates Monteith, John Mcgregor, John Ingram
Research on “Non-Issues” - Difficulties of Empirical Research on the Requirements Engineering & Management Process at the Client’s Site
Rüdiger Weißbach
15:00 Towards the roles and motives of open source software developers
Ruvar Spauwen, Slinger Jansen
Panel discussion
15:30 Break
16:00 Panel discussion
17:00 Break
18:00 Walk and dinner in Potsdam (Facultative)

Wednesday, June 12th

From 8:00 to 18:00 - Exhibition and posters at the foyer

8:00 Conference Check-in
9:00 Opening ICSOB 2013
9:30 Invited talk by Gregor Engels
10:30 Coffee Break
Software Business Models and Business Process Modeling Doctoral Symposium Session I
11:30 The Impact of Software Business Model Characteristics on Firm Performance
Markus Schief, Anton Pussep, Peter Buxmann
Impact of Enterprise System Modularity on Process Performance
Carl Heckmann
12:00 Second-order Servification
Johannes Neubauer, Bernhard Steffen
Managing speed in companies developing large-scale embedded systems
Antonio Martini
12:30 Sustainable Business Models for Services Using Semantic Web Components: Insights from the Field
Mary Tate
Global Manufacturing Networks as Software-Intensive Service Providers – Motivation, Relevance, Research Objective
Tobias Tauterat
13:00 Lunch
IT within Organizations Doctoral Symposium Session II
14:30 Improving Businesses Success by Managing Interactions among Agile Teams in Large Organizations
Antonio Martini, Lars Pareto, Jan Bosch
Software Ecosystems Modeling
Eko Handoyo
15:00 Engineering Open Innovation - towards a Framework for Fostering Open Innovation
Krzysztof Wnuk, Per Runeson
Virtual Character Based Interactive Interfaces for Deaf and Functionally Illiterate Users
Nadeem Ahmad
15:30 Current Trends in Employee Recruitment Using the Internet
Elfi Furtmüller
Simplicity in Application Development for Business Model Design
Steve Boßelmann
16:00 Coffee Break
Software Product Management IT Markets and Software Industry
16:30 A Model of Commercial Open Source Software Product Features
Florian Weikert, Dirk Riehle
Measuring Sales Cannibalization in Information Technology Markets: Conceptual Foundations and Research Issues
Francesco Novelli
17:00 A Framework for Strategic Positioning of IT-Products
Wolfram Pietsch
Determinants and Dynamics of Technology-Related Acquisitions: The Case of Software-Based Industries
Marcus Wagner
17:30 Post-deployment Data Collection in Software-Intensive Embedded Products
Helena Holmström Olsson, Jan Bosch
18:00 Break
19:00 Reception

Thursday, June 13th

From 8:00 to 16:00 - Exhibition and posters at the foyer

8:00 Conference Check-in
9:00 Invited talk by Almer Podbicanin
10:00 Coffee Break
Cloud Computing Software Platforms and Software Ecosystems I
11:00 Cloud services pricing models
Gabriella Laatikainen, Arto Ojala, Oleksiy Mazhelis
Ecosystem Health of Cloud PaaS Providers
Garm Lucassen, Kevin van Rooij, Slinger Jansen
11:30 The Impact of Software-as-a-Service on Software Ecosystems
Sebastian Schütz, Thomas Kude, Karl Michael Popp
Defining App Stores: The Role of Curated Marketplaces in Software Ecosystems
Slinger Jansen, Ewoud Bloemendal
12:00 Towards a Conceptual Framework for Assessing the Benefits of Cloud Computing
Nattakarn Phaphoom, Xiaofeng Wang, Pekka Abrahamsson
IP Requirements in Platform Architecture – Evidence of IP Modularity from SAP and SugarCRM
Joachim Henkel, Josef Waltl, Karl Michael Popp
12:30 Lunch
Entrepreneurship and Startup Companies Software Platforms and Software Ecosystems II
14:00 The Importance of the Business Idea for New Venture Creation in the Software Industry
Natalie Kaltenecker, Christian Hoerndlein, Thomas Hess
Towards Platform-based Enterprise Systems – Conceptualization and Research Directions
Carl Heckmann, Alexander Maedche
14:30 Exploring How Feature Usage Relates to Customer Perceived Value: A Case Study in a Startup Company
Sarunas Marciuska, Cigdem Gencel, Pekka Abrahamsson
Software Ecosystem Roles Classification
Eko Handoyo, Slinger Jansen, Sjaak Brinkkemper
15:00 Business Incubation Practices and Software Start-up Success in Turkey
Gozem Guceri-Ucar, Stefan Koch
Formal Description for SaaS Undo
Hernan Merlino, Oscar Dieste, Patricia Pesado, Ramon Garcia-Martinez
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Social Event
19:00 Conference Dinner

Friday, June 14th

Conference desk opens for Check-in at 8:00

Industry Day Presentations:

9:00 Opening
Session: Intellectual property and business models in Software Business
9:15 Dr. Wolfgang König (European Patent Office)
Patents for software
10:00 Thorsten Zenker (TZ Consulting)
Due Diligence in Software Startups (impulse talk)
10:15 Hans-Bernd Kittlaus (InnoTivum)
Cloud business models (impulse talk)
Session: Startups and growth
11:00 Dorgham Sisalem (Iptel.org)
Open-source in telecom startups
11:20 Jan Bastian (VOIPFUTURE)
On the run – making sense out of technology
11:40 Panel: H.-B. Kittlaus, T. Zenker, J. Bastian, J. Serafinski
Session: Software products and platforms
14:00 Georg Leyh (Siemens)
Software reuse in Solution business
14:30 Jacek Serafinski (NextdayLab)
Customizing service platforms - two case studies
15:00 Sahin Albayrak (DAI Labor at TU Berlin)
Cognitive cities and big data
15:30 Closing

Closing ICSOB-13 and Next Steps at 18:00