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Invited Speakers


FedCSIS 2017


Giancarlo Guizzardi
Professor of Computer Science, Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, Italy
Senior Member of the Ontology and Conceptual Modeling Research Group (NEMO), Brazil
Keynote title: Carving Reality at its Digital Joints: The Role of Ontology-Driven Conceptual Modeling in Next-Generation Information Systems Engineering
Presentation (PDF)


Marjan Mernik
Professor, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Keynote title: Domain-Specific Languages: A Systematic Mapping Study
Presentation (PDF)


Zbigniew Michalewicz
Chief Scientist, Complexica, Australia
Keynote title: When AI meets Big Data
Presentation (PDF)


Peter Palensky
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Keynote title: Modeling and Simulation of Intelligent Electrical Power Grids
Presentation (PDF)


Jan Vitek
Professor, Computer Science, Northeastern University, USA
Head of PRL@PRG, the Programming Research Lab at FIT, CTU in Prague
Keynote title: Data Analysis for the Masses
Presentation (PDF)

FedCSIS 2016


Frederik Ahlemann
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Keynote title: How digital transformation shapes corporate IT: Ten theses about the IT organization of the future


Stan Matwin
Dalhousie University, University of Ottawa, Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Science
Keynote title: Big Water Meets Big Data: Analytics of the AIS Ship Tracking Data


Michael Segal
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Keynote title: Location always matters: how to improve performance of dynamic networks?


Clemens Szyperski
Microsoft, Redmond, WA, US
Keynote title: Service focus and focused service composition

FedCSIS 2015


John F. Sowa
VivoMind Research, LLC
Keynote title : The Cognitive Cycle (download as pdf)
Presentation video
Interview video

Rick Glick
Infobright, Inc.
Keynote title : Current Trends in Analytic Databases
Presentation video
Interview video

Wojtek Kozaczynski
Microsoft, Redmond, WA, US
Keynote title : What has gone wrong in the cloud? Monitoring cloud infrastructure and things that run in it. (download as pdf)
Presentation video
Interview video

Mohammed Atiquzzaman
School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma
Keynote title : Extending the Internet to Space (download as pdf)
Presentation video
Interview video


FedCSIS 2014


Marco Aiello
University of Groningen
Keynote title : EmPowering the Power Grid through ICT
Presentation slides (download as PDF)


Michael Luck (photo by Russel Sach)
King's College London
Keynote title : Toward Electronic Order


Irwin King
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Keynote title : Big Education in the Era of Big Data
Presentation slides (link to presentation materials)


Ivan Stojmenovic
Deakin University, Australia (on leave from  University of Ottawa, Canada)
Keynote title : Mobile Cloud, Crowd and Fog Computing, Communications and Sensing
Presentation slides (download as PDF)


FedCSIS 2013


Wil van der Aalst
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Keynote title : Process Mining: Making Sense of Processes Hidden in Big Event Data
Presentation slides (download as PDF)

Barrett R. Bryant
University of North Texas
Keynote title : Grammarware, Semantics and Modelware
Presentation slides (download as PDF)

Pedro José Marrón
University of Duisburg-Essen and Fraunhofer FKIE
Keynote title : Are we Ready to Go Large-Scale? Embedded Technologies for Smart Cities
Presentation slides (download as PDF)

Márta Nagy Rothengass
European Commission
DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology
Unit G3 - Data Value Chain
Keynote title : Data value chain in Europe
Presentation slides (download as PDF)

Jacek M. Zurada
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
2014 IEEE VP-Technical Activities (2013-Elect)
Keynote title : Nonnegative Matrix Factorization and Its Application to Pattern Analysis and Text Mining
Presentation slides (download as PDF)

FedCSIS 2012


Ana Luisa Nobre Fred
Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Keynote title : Data Mining using Clustering Ensembles

Paweł Gepner
University of North Texas
Keynote title : Race to Exascale with Intel Architecture

Janusz Górski
Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Keynote title : Using evidence based arguments to support trust

Thad Starner
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Keynote title : Wearable Computing: Through the Looking Glass

FedCSIS 2011


Bohdan Macukow 
Department of Computer Science and Numerical Methods, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Keynote title : What is Artificial Intelligence

Mike Hinchey 
Lero — the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland
Keynote title : Evolving Critical Systems

Andrzej Skowron
Institute of Mathematics (Section of Mathematical Logic), Warsaw University, Poland
Keynote title : Rough Sets and Complex Vague Concepts

Klaus-Peter Fähnrich 
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Business Information Systems, University of Leipzig, Germany
Keynote title : Service Engineering as an important part of Service Science

IMCSIT 2010


Wolfgang Gentzsch 
DEISA and OGF
Keynote title : HPC systems, grids and clouds

Francesca Toni
Department of Computing, Imperial College London
Keynote title : Argumentation to support intelligent agents in multi-agent systems

IMCSIT 2009


Stephan Pascall
Adviser, European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, Directorate C
Keynote title : An all inclusive ERA in ICT RTD

Juliusz Lech Kulikowski 
Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering PAS
Keynote title : Decision Making Supported by Fuzzy Deontological Statements

James Quentin Stafford-Fraser
Cambridge Visual Networks Ltd.. UK
Keynote title : From Concepts to Companies

IMCSIT 2008


Paolo Bresciani
European Commission
Keynote title : Software and Services in the Future Internet the 7th Framework Programme perspective

Mike Hinchey
University of Limerick, Ireland
Keynote title : You Can't Get There from Here! Problems and Potential Solutions in Developing New Classes of Complex Computing Systems

IMCSIT 2007


Jan Madey
University of Warsaw
Keynote title : Specification languages versus programming languages — a historical perspective

Janusz Kacprzyk
System Research Institute Polish Academy of Science
Keynote title : Human centric computing paradigms, computing with words, and intelligent decision support systems: a synergistic combination?
Presentation slides (download as PDF)