Eunis 2014

EUNIS 2014

Programme – Thursday


Registration opens

Brashörnan, Universum


Keynote speaker: Michiel Boreel, CTO Sogeti Group

(Sponsored by Sogeti)

The Death of IT, Aula Nordica, Universum


In his presentation Michiel will address how the nexus of technology forces will require organizations to take a renewed look at IT-investments. The developments around SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) are rapidly creating a new universe for IT, where it’s no longer the ‘systems of record’ but ‘systems of engagement’ that are attracting the majority of technology investments. To surf this new wave of innovation, organizations have to move from IT (Information Technology) to BT (Business Technology), requiring a Digital Transformation of all operational processes within the organization, inspired by the latest technology and insights, establishing a ‘Social Business




Parallel sessions

Supporting teaching and learning (Dorup Award Sessions)

Location: Rotundan

Online Game-enhanced teaching in Game TheorySonia Badeau-Mahmoud

Networked Teaching, The story of a success on creating e-learning content at Universitat Politècnica de ValènciaCarlos Turro, Ignacio Despujol and Jaime Busquets

Tool for creating learning modules developed on the basis of open source OpenScholar softwareLehti Pilt, Tõnis Tartes and Triin Marandi

Interactive lectures with Moodle and students’ devices: BYOD at Paris Descartes UniversityThierry Koscielniak

Technology in Real-Life Teaching of Distributed Software DevelopmentIvana Bosnić, Mario Žagar and Ivica Crnković

CIO and IT-management

Location: N320

Maximizing benefits of cloud computing by collaboration, Wouter de Haan and Bert van Zomeren

Adopting Microsoft Lync at Umeå University – A migration from legacy PBX to Lync 2013Jan Pettersson and Arne Vedefors

Cloud adoption in Higher Education: meeting the challenges, Bert van Zomeren and Wouter de Haan

Building a Private Cloud for Umeå University; A case studyIngemar Fällman and Simon Johansson

Using Microsoft Azure in a hybrid cloud scenarioNiklas Lundgren

University cooperation

Location: N360

Opening – AMUE, Cineca & SIGMA: the role of Consortia in EUNIS Michele Mennielli, CINECA

Ladok Consortium – for Universities, by UniversitiesGunnar Backelin

Peppi consortiumTuomas Orama, Mika Lavikainen and Jaakko Rannila

Jisc: Rebooting a National Innovation Agency, Martin Hamilton

Empowering ICT in higher education through large scale cooperation: the French example of Paris Ile-de-France Digital University, Frédérick Bigrat, John Augeri and Amandine Alehyane

Self-Organisation in Germany’s Higher Education ITHartmut Hotzel

Cooperation forms between higher education organisations: the case of EEIG, Alessio Bartolacelli



Brashörnan, Universum

14.00 – 14.40

Track keynotes


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Erlend Oftedal


University management – BI

HEDW Maturity Survey

Aaron Waltz, Director, Business Intelligence Competency Center, Purdue University

Location: Aula Nordica

14.45 – 15.15

Gold sponsor sessions


Building a Collaborative Service Culture

James Davies, IT customer services manager for University for the Creative Arts Location:N320


Oracle’s strategy for Higher Education

Cole Clark Global, Vice President for Education and Research Location: Aula Nordica


This year’s EUNIS conference delivers a strong focus on the real issues facing Higher Education today including; Enterprise Architecture, the support for teaching and learning, education and management analytics, security and software development. Cole Clark, Oracle Global Vice President of Education & Research will share insight into Oracle’s strategy for Higher Education and how we are working with CIOs around the world to leverage the innovative architecture, enhanced business process support, and advancements in Cyber Security, Student Experience and Information Discovery in Higher Education to show real value today and in the future. He will outline the strategic direction of the Oracle solutions and how they’re informed by the trends impacting our Higher Ed customers over the next 10 years.


Refreshments- Brashörnan, Universum


Parallel sessions

Supporting teaching and learning

Location: Rotundan

Emergent technologies in higher education – Google glass and telepresence robots, Eva Mårell-Olsson, Anders Norberg and Isa Jahnke

The importance of student’s collaboration in the improvement of new learning environments, Maria Pinto, Eva Marques and Luis Valente

CANCELLED – The power of social and participatory media in teaching and learning, Gail Casey

Digital didactical designs – reimaging designs for teaching and learning, Isa Jahnke, Anders Norberg, Lars Norqvist and Andreas Olsson



Location: N300

Mission Impossible: The Security Incidents We Cannot Deal With, Leif Nixon

Exposing vulnerabilities in Academic Information Systems: A Systematic approach, Luis Maia, Pedro Lopes Faria, Luís Valente, Manuel E, Correia, Lígia Ribeiro and Luís Antunes

Improving higher education network security by automating scan result evaluation with Dr. PortscanFelix Von Eye, Wolfgang Hommel and Stefan Metzger


Strategic partnership

Introducing EuroCris, Ed Simons Aula Nordica, Universum

17.45 – 18.30

General Assembly

Aula Nordica, Universum


Gala dinner at Äpplet