Prof. Dr. Jan vom Brocke

Jan vom Brocke is the Hilti Endowed Chair of Business Process Management and Director of the Institute of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein. His work has been published in many of the A+ and Financial Times Top 50 ranked journals, among others, in Management Science, Management Information Systems Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Information Systems Research and MIT Sloan Management Review, and he is regularly ranked among the top 10 best published Information Systems researchers in Europe and among the top 50 globally. A recent Stanford Study identifies Professor vom Brocke as one of the world’s top 0.5% most-cited scientists across all fields of science. Jan has published popular books, such as the International Handbook on Business Process Management and the Business Process Management Cases – Digital Innovation and Business Transformation in Practice, which have been downloaded over 5 million times. Jan has teaching experience from 26 universities in 13 countries and served in many senior academic roles, including as VP Research of the University of Liechtenstein, VP Education of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), and VP Technology of the German Association for Business Research (VHB). Jan has acquired over €40 million in research funding both from national and international research foundations as well as from industry, and his work has been recognized by over 30 international awards. Jan is a member of the Liechtenstein Academy of Sciences (Akademie der Wissenschaften), a Board Member of Digital Liechtenstein, Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board of the National Foundation for the Future of Liechtenstein, and a Schöller Senior Fellow at the FAU Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg. In recognition of this contributions, he has been named a Fellow of the AIS.

Prof. Dr. Jan Recker

Jan Recker joined the Universität Hamburg in 2021 as Nucleus Professor and holder of the chair for Information Systems and Digital Innovation, funded through the Excellence Strategy of the Federal and State Governments. In his research, Jan Recker explores how organizations deal with digital innovation, digital transformation, and digital entrepreneurship. As a field researcher, he has cooperated with particularly large organizations (e.g., Woolworths, SAP, Hilti, Commonwealth Bank, Federal Police, Lufthansa, Ubisoft, federal and state governments) and with particularly small organizations, such as different start‐ups. Jan Recker employs quantitative, qualitative, and mixed field methods in his research and is also competent in design research. Jan Recker’s research has appeared in leading journals in information systems, management science, organization science, computer science, and social science. He has also written popular textbooks on scientific research and data analysis, which are in use in over 500 institutions in over 60 countries. He ranks as one of the most published information systems academics of all time. In 2019, he was named #1 Business Researcher under 40 years of age by the German publication Wirtschaftswoche. Jan Recker is one of the Universität Hamburg’s most cited scholars.

Prof. Dr. Michael Rosemann

Dr Michael Rosemann acts with his research in the areas of BPM and trust as a boundary spanner between academic and professional communities with the aim to create a new generation of innovation systems. Since January 2020, he is the Director of the Centre for Future Enterprise, a research center dedicated to preparing organizations and their leaders for opportunity-rich environments. In particular, the Centre studies how to create robust, algorithmic and trusted enterprises. Dr Rosemann is the author/editor of nine books (available in five languages) and more than 350 refereed papers. He is on the editorial board of ten international journals and co-inventor of US and European patents. He was the organization and program co-chair of BPM 2007 and program co-chair of ICIS 2018.His research has attracted more than $18 mio in funding including significant support from organizations such as Accenture, Cisco, PWC, SAP, Rio Tinto and Woolworths. Dr Rosemann has delivered invited keynotes in more than 30 countries. Dr Rosemann has a Masters in Business and a PhD from the University of Münster, Germany. He is also the Honorary Consul for the Federal Republic of Germany in Southern Queensland and the global Vice President Strategic Partnerships for the Association for Information Systems (AIS).



Prof. Dr. Christian Meske

Prof. Dr. Christian Meske hat sein Studium an der Universität Potsdam abgeschlossen und wurde in 04/2015 am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster promoviert (Prof. Dr. Stefan Stieglitz). Anschließend übernahm er bis 10/2017 als Postdoc die Koordination eines DFG-Graduiertenkollegs der Universität Duisburg-Essen. Von 10/2017 - 08/2021 war er an der Freien Universität Berlin Juniorprofessur für Wirtschaftsinformatik, insbes. Digitale Transformation und Strategisches Informationsmanagement am Department Wirtschaftsinformatik sowie Einstein Center Digital Future (Vorstandsmitglied). Seit 09/2021 ist er Universitätsprofessor für Soziotechnisches Systemdesign und Künstliche Intelligenz an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Institut für Arbeitswissenschaft sowie Fakultät Maschinenbau und Informatik). Prof. Meske hat in Journals wie Business Information Systems Engineering, Information Systems Frontiers, Information Systems Management, Information Systems Journal, MISQ Executive und anderen publiziert. Seine Forschung zum Design und Management von Informations- und Kommunikationssystemen wurde u.a. mit dem AIS Best Paper of the Year Award, ICIS Paper-a-thon Award, ICIS Best Short Paper in Track Award oder ICAART Best Paper Award ausgezeichnet.

Prof. Dr. Christine Legner

Christine Legner is a Professor of Information Systems at the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne. Her research fields are data management, enterprise architecture and business software. She is also the co-founder and academic director of the. Competence Centers Corporate Data Quality (CC CDQ), an industry-funded research consortium and expert community with 20 corporate partners (BASF, Bayer, Beiersdorf, Bosch, Nestlé, Schaeffler, SAP, Siemens and Tetrapak, among others). In the CC CDQ, she and her research team collaborate with industry experts to develop concepts, tools and methods that advance data management. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Management Information Systems, the Journal of the AIS, the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, the Information Systems Journal, Business & Information Systems Engineering and Electronic Markets, among others.

Prof. Dr. Mari-Klara Stein

Mari-Klara Stein is an associate  professor at the department of Digitalization. For a number of years, she worked across Europe as an SAP consultant and a usability researcher, before undertaking her doctoral studies at Bentley University (USA). Mari-Klara’s research is focused on the digital transformation of work, including emerging forms of digital work, such as platform work and crowdwork; implications of work digitalization on emotional well-being and work meaningfulness, and the consequences of datafication and algorithmic management in the workplace. She has published her work in top management and IS journals (e.g., MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Information Technology, Information & Organization). Mari's MISQ paper (co-authored with three colleagues) received the European Research Paper of the Year award from CIONET - a leading community of IT executives in Europe, with over 5,000 members. Mari is also the recipient of the prestigious Association for Information Systems (AIS) Early Career Award. Mari is currently serving as an Associate Editor at MIS Quarterly and Senior Editor at Information & Organization.

Ass. iur. Katharina Helmig

Frau Katharina Helmig studierte Rechtswissenschaften an der Universität Greifswald. Während des juristischen Vorbereitungsdienstes absolvierte sie u.a. Stationen an der Kunstakademie Münster sowie in der Abteilung Recht und Beratung des Deutschen Hochschulverbandes. Nach Abschluss des zweiten Staatsexamens beim Landesjustizprüfungsamt Düsseldorf war Frau Helmig zunächst als Justitiarin beim Deutschen Hochschulverband tätig, bevor sie in das Justiziariat einer nordrhein-westfälischen Hochschule wechselte. Seit Januar 2022 ist sie wieder als Justitiarin beim Deutschen Hochschulverband tätig und berät im gesamten Hochschul- und Beamtenrecht. Darüber hinaus führt sie Individual-Coachings durch und unterstützt die Mitglieder bei der strategischen Planung ihrer wissenschaftlichen Karriere. Frau Helmig nimmt neben ihrer Tätigkeit als Justitiarin die Aufgaben der Landesgeschäftsführerin des Landesverbandes Bremen wahr.

Prof. Dr. Martin Matzner

Martin Matzner is Professor of Information Systems and Chair of Digital Industrial Service Systems at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. He is Chairman of VHB-WKWI (“Nachwuchsobmann”) and technical expert of the department WI of the German Informatics Society (GI) for the young academics. In 2012, he received his Ph.D. in information systems from the University of Münster for his work on the management of networked service business processes. His research areas include business process management, business process analytics, as well as service engineering and service management. In these areas, he concluded and currently manages several research projects funded by the European Union, by the German Federal Government and by industry. He has published more than 90 research papers and articles, among others in MIS Quarterly, Business & Information Systems Engineering, and Decision Support Systems. He is editor of the Journal of Service Management Research.