Sheila Venero was representing the LASER group at the The 34th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing (SAC 2019) in Limassol, Cyprus.
She presented a paper entitled Towards a Metamodel for Supporting Decisions in Knowledge-Intensive Processes in the track dedicated to Business Process Management & Enterprise Architecture (BPMEA).
The paper, resulting from her ongoing PhD research, addressed the problem of modeling Knowledge-Intensive Processes (KIPs), that is, processes that depend heavily on the knowledge of the involved humans, and for which all the information is not available at design time. The proposed solution is based on a metamodel that helps in structuring the information and in modeling tactics and decisions. The metamodel is part of a more comprehensive solution for the medical domain, which is the focus of Sheila’s PhD thesis.