Two keynote will be held at DocEng 2009. As in previous years, the keynote talks reflect on aspects of document engineering from an industrial and an academic point of view.

We are glad to announce two keynote talks from well-known experts in the domain of knowledge management and systems engineering - both important partner disciplines of document engineering.

Document Engineering - A Preferred Partner Discipline in Knowledge Management

picture of the Josef Hofer-Alfeis Josef Hofer-Alfeis is consultant for Knowledge and Innovation Management and partner of Amontis Consulting AG. Since 1990, he has been active as a consultant, researcher, and lecturer in those disciplines. He was responsible for Knowledge Management (KM) strategies, for the corporate process Intellectual Capital Management and was moderator of the community of pgractice for KM at Siemens AG up to 2007. Now he facilitates the KM community "Wissensmanagement in der Praxis" with practitioners from more than 70 companies. Dr. Hofer-Alfeis gives lectures at universities in Germany and Austria.

From System Requirements Documents to Integrated System Modeling Artifacts

picture of the Josef Hofer-Alfeis Manfred Hans Bertold Broy studied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Technical University of Munich. He graduated in 1976, 1980 he received his Ph. D. and 1982 he completed his Habilitation Thesis at the Faculty of Mathematics at the Technical University of Munich. 1983 till 1989 he worked as a full professor for computer science and founding dean at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Passau. In October he became a full professor for computer science at the Faculty of Computer Science the Technische Universität München (former chair of Professor F.L. Bauer). His research interests are software and systems engineering comprising both theoretical and applied aspects including system models, specification and refinement of system com­ponents, specification techniques, development methods and verification. Professor Broy is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and a Member of the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher “Leopoldina”. In 1994 he received the Leibniz Award by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and in 2007 the Konrad Zuse Medal by the Gesellschaft für Informatik.

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