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D. Kalibatienė is a full-time professor at the Department of Information Systems, Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VilniusTECH), Lithuania. In 2009, she defended a PhD in Technological Sciences, Informatics Engineering at VilniusTECH on the topic Ontology-Based Development of Domain Rules. She is the co-author of more than 45 research papers and the book Advanced Databases. She gives lectures for students on software systems engineering, supervises doctoral students, participates in the study and research projects, prepared two bachelor study programmes (“Information Systems” and “Software Engineering”) and is a programme committee chair of master study programme “Information Systems Software Engineering”. She delivered lectures at Palermo University (Sicily, Italy), University of La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain) and University of Ruse (Ruse, Bulgaria). Currently, D. Kalibatienė is the guest editor of a special issue of the journal Applied Sciences. She is a member of programme committee of the International Baltic Conference on Digital Business and Intelligent Systems (Baltic DB&IS 2022). She actively reviews research papers, project applications and study work, and makes presentations in international conferences. Her research interests include modelling and development of information systems based on business rules and ontology; modelling and simulation of knowledge-based multi-objective dynamic business processes; application of multi-criteria decision-making methods to solve engineering tasks; application of fuzzy set theory to model, plan and predict the concept of quality in various subject areas.
J. Miliauskaitė is a junior researcher at Vilnius University (VU) (Lithuania) Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies Department of Cyber-Social Systems Engineering Group. In 2015, she defended a PhD in Technological Sciences, Informatics Engineering at VU on the topic A Fuzzy Inference-Based Approach to Planning Quality of Enterprise Business Services. She is the co-author of research papers in the field of computer sciences. She is an assistant at VU Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics and a docent at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania) Faculty of Fundamental Sciences Department of Information Systems. She participated in the project of EU Structural Funds “Theoretical and Engineering Aspects of E-Service Technology Development and Application in High-Performance Computing Platforms”. She is a member of organising committee of the International Baltic Conference on Databases and Information Systems (Baltic DB&IS 2012, Baltic DB&IS 2018). She is a member of Lithuanian Computer Society (LIKS). She reviews research papers, study work, and makes presentations in international conferences. Her research interests include enterprise business services, service-oriented enterprise systems, web service composition, quality of service modelling and evaluation in service-oriented enterprise systems; application of multi-criteria decision-making methods to solve engineering tasks; application of fuzzy set theory to model, plan and predict the concept of quality in various subject areas.
D. Dzemydienė is a professor, doctor, senior researcher working at the Cyber-Social Systems Engineering Group in the Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of Vilnius University (Lithuania). She obtained a diploma with honour of applied mathematics in specialization of software engineering in 1980, PhD of mathematics-informatics sciences in 1995, completed the habilitated doctor procedure in the field of social sciences of management and administration in 2004. She has published about three hundred research articles, three manual books and one monograph book. She is an organizer of international conferences in the area of information systems and database development. She is the head of the Legal Informatics Section of Lithuanian Computer Society (LIKS), member of European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence (ECCAI) and member of Lithuanian Operation Research Association. Her research interests include: artificial intelligence methods, knowledge representation and decision support systems, wireless computing, evaluation of sustainable development processes.
S. Maskeliūnas is a doctor of informatics sciences, working as a researcher at the Cyber-Social Systems Engineering Group in the Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies of Vilnius University, Lithuania. He has defended the diploma in engineering and system-technical sciences at the Kaunas University of Technology (1984); PhD in informatics sciences (1996). He was the co-author and the system analyst of the projects “Governmental administrative information system VADIS” (1996–1998), “Long-term assistance on information and reporting, information management programme” (2000–2001), “Transposition of the EU Water Framework Directive and Elaboration of a National Strategy for the Management of Water Resources in Lithuania” (2002), “Implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive, Lithuania, Meeting 2006 Deadlines” (2003–2004); task leader of the project “Lithuania – RTD Technological Audit: a complex study of ICT RTD potential in Lithuania” (2009–2010), National open access research data archive MIDAS (2012–2015). He is an author of about 50 research articles. His research interests: information and knowledge-based systems, ontological engineering, semantic web, web services, scientometrics, knowledge management.