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School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

Dr Mohammad Ehsan Rangiha

Mohammad Ehsan Rangiha

Contact details

Email: Mohammad.rangiha.2@city.ac.uk

Room: A211, College Building

Position

Visiting Lecturer.

Biography

Mohammad E Rangiha completed his PhD at the Centre of HCID focusing on Social Business Process Management under the supervision of Dr Bill Karakostas, Dr Marco Comuzzi and Professor Neil Maiden. Born in 1986 in Guildford, Mohammad joined the City University London in 2004 and completed his BSc in Computer Science in 2008 having taken an industrial placement at IBM working as a Business Support Officer. Mohammad then carried on with his Postgraduate studies and completed his MSc in Business Systems Analysis and Design at City University London.

In addition, Mohammad holds a Master’s degree validated by the Middlesex University. Furthermore, Mohammad also has years of industrial experience having worked at IBM, NHS IC (Information Centre), Xerox Cooperation in business process management related roles ensuring the effective implementation, management and support of business processes.

Mohammad, currently, is working at Moody’s Corporation as a Senior Application Support Analyst and is also a visiting lecturer at City, University of London teaching a joint Undergraduate and Postgraduate module, Business Engineering with ERP Solutions (INM342/IN3003) and supervising a number of MSc dissertations. Mohammad has published a number of papers and presented at national and international conferences.

Research interests

Mohammad's main area of research revolves around the enhancement of traditional BPM models by incorporating social principles into the different stages of BPM lifecycle, known as 'Social BPM'.

Key publications

  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: Business Process Management Driven by Social Customer Behaviour. (Accepted) In: LSAWM 2013 workshop Proceedings workshop in conjunction with ER 2013 conference, Hong Kong, China, Nov (2013)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: Goal-Driven Social Business Process Management. In: Proceeding The Science and Information Organization, Science and Information (SAI) Conference, 7 - 9 Oct 2013, pp. 894 - 901, London, UK (2013)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: The Use of Social Tagging in Social Business Process Management. In Org2 2014 workshop Proceedings (Springer), workshop in conjunction with WISE 2014 conference, London, UK, 26 - 27, Sep (2014)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: Towards A Meta-Model for Goal-Based Social BPM: BPM 2013 Workshops, LNBIP 171, pp. 1-9, Beijing, China, 26th Aug 2013, Springer International Publishing Switzerland (2014)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: Process Recommendation and Role Assignment in Social Business Process Management. In: Proceeding The Science and Information Organization, Science and Information (SAI) Conference, London, UK , 27 - 29 Aug (2014)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.: A Goal-Oriented Social Business Process Management Framework. In: Conference Proceedings The International Conference Business Process Management (ICBPM), London, UK, 12 - 14 Oct (2014)
  • Rangiha, ME., Comuzzi, M., Karakostas, B.: Role and task recommendation and social tagging to enable Social Business Process Management. In: Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support (BPMDS) Conference 2015 and EMMSAD 2015, LNBIP 2014 Conference Proceedings, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Stockholm, Sweden, 8 – 9 Jun (2015)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B., Process Knowledge Discovery in Social BPM. In: International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA), Special Issue on Extended Papers from Science and Information Conference 2014. [Journal Publication]
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B., A Socially Driven, Goal-Oriented Approach to Business Process Management. In: International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA), Special Issue on Extended Papers from Science and Information Conference 2013. [Journal Publication]
  • Rangiha, ME., Comuzzi, M., Karakostas, B. : A framework to capture and reuse process knowledge in business process design and execution using social tagging. In: Business Process Management Journal, Vol 22, Iss 4, pp. 835 - 859 [Journal Publication]
  • Rangiha, ME. A framework for social BPM based on social tagging. Doctoral thesis, City, University of London (2016)
  • Gokaldas V., Rangiha M.E. (2018) A Framework for Improving User Engagement in Social BPM. In: Teniente E., Weidlich M. (eds) Business Process Management Workshops. BPM 2017. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 308. Springer, Cham

Teaching

  • Individual Project (IN3007)
  • Business Engineering with ERP Solutions (INM342)

Teaching Support

  • Team Projects (IN2018)
  • Systems Theory (IN2017)
  • Business Systems (IN1010)

Supervision

2017 / 18

  • Social BPM critical success factors
  • Is BPM the right solution?: A case study of HR operational processes at Monster Energy Drinks Limited
  • Social BPM: Overcoming information overload

2016 / 17

  • Enhancing user engagement in Social BPM
  • Minimising the challenges faced by users in Social BPM
  • Distributed Agile in software development - A case study of Ciber Vietnam
  • A framework for aligning ITIL's knowledge management process to Social BPM

2015 / 16

  • A framework for a Socially enabled BPM
  • A comparative analysis between Social and flexible BPM in overcoming the limitations of traditional BPM
  • Utilising change management to overcome the limitations of Social Business Process Management
  • Business Process Re-engineering for vendor management process

Presentations (selection)

  • Rangiha, ME., Comuzzi, M., Karakostas, B. Role and task recommendation and social tagging to enable Social Business Process Management. Published paper presented at Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support (BPMDS) Conference 2015 and EMMSAD 2015, LNBIP 214, Stockholm, Sweden, 8 – 9 Jun (2015)
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B. A Goal-Oriented Social Business Process Management Framework. In: Conference Proceedings The International Conference Business Process Management, London, UK, 26 - 27, Sep 2014
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B.The Use of Social Tagging in Social Business Process Management. In Org2 2014 Workshop Proceedings (Springer), workshop in conjunction with WISE 2014 conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 12 - 14 Oct 2014
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B. (2014) Process Recommendation and Role Assignment in Social Business Process Management, Published paper presented at Science and Information (SAI) Conference, London, UK, Aug 2014
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B. (2013) Goal-Driven Social Business Process Management, Published paper presented at Science and Information (SAI) Conference, London, UK, Oct 2013
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B. (2013) Towards a Meta-Model for Goal-Based Social BPM, Published paper presented at BPM 2013 conference, Beijing, China, Aug 2013
  • Rangiha, ME., Karakostas, B. (2013) Goal-Driven Social Busines Process Management, Unpublished paper presented at : The 3rd Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium, City University, London, UK, 25th June 2013

Editorial Activities

  • Session Chair (ICBPM 2014 Conference, London)
  • Program committee member / Reviewer of Second International Conference on Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology (CSEIT-2015)
  • Committee member / Reviewer of Sixth International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (CCSIT 2016)
  • Editorial board member at International Journal Series in Multidisciplinary Research (IJSMR)
  • Program committee member / Reviewer of Fourth International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE-2016)
  • Program Committee member for Social BPM workshop (BPMS2-2018)