BPM 2019 will have several keynotes (in alphabetical order) for the respective tracks of the main conference (details below):

The following keynotes have been confirmed for the Industry Track and for the Blockchain Forum:

Pat Geary
(Blue Prism)
Understanding the Potential of “Real RPA”
Pat Geary is the Chief Evangelist at Blue Prism. Pat has over 30 years international marketing experience across a range of large multinational software and hardware businesses. Pat joined Blue Prism in 2008 as CMO when it was a startup, he invented the term Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in 2012, it’s now a global IT software category, which Blue Prism is the market leader of. Pat is a member of the Advisory Board of the CMO Council, winner of CMO of the Year 2016, a member of the NOA “A list” 2016 and holds an honours degree in Computer Science.
Monika Henzinger
(University of Vienna)
The state of the art in dynamic graph algorithms
Monika Henzinger is Professor at the University of Vienna, Austria, heading the research group of Theory and Applications of Algorithms. She received her PhD from Princeton University and was an assistant professor at Cornell University, a researcher at Digital Equipment Corporation, the Director of Research at Google and a professor at EPFL, Switzerland, before moving to Vienna.
Professor Henzinger received a Dr. h. c. degree from the Technical University of Dortmund, Germany, an ERC Advanced Grant, a SIGIR Test of Time Award, a European Young Investigator Award, an NSF CAREER Award, and a Top 25 Women on the Web Award. She is a Fellow of the ACM and of the EATCS and a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the German Academy of Sciences. She published over 150 articles and co-invented over 80 patents.
Kalle Lyytinen
(Case Western University)
Digitalization and routines – another look at business process management
Kalle Lyytinen (PhD, Computer Science, University of Jyväskylä; Dr. h.c. Umeå University, Copenhagen Business school, Lappeenranta University of Technology) is Distinguished University Professor and Iris S. Wolstein professor of Management Design at Case Western Reserve University, and a distinguished visiting professor at Aalto University, Finland. Between 1995 and 2015 he was the 3rd most productive scholar in the IS field when measured by the AIS basket of 8 journals; he is among the top five IS scholars in terms of his h-index (84); he is the LEO Award recipient (2013), AIS fellow (2004), and the former chair of IFIP WG 8.2 “Information systems and organizations”. His Erdos number is 3. He has published over 350 refereed articles and edited or written over 30 books or special issues. He conducts research that explores digital innovation especially in relation to nature and organization of innovation processes and outcomes, design work, requirements in large scale systems, diffusion and assimilation of digital innovations, and emergence and growth of digital infrastructures.

The following keynotes have been confirmed for the Industry Track and for the Blockchain Forum:

Ingo Weber
(TU Berlin)
Blockchain and BPM – Reflections on Four Years of Research and Applications
Ingo Weber is a Full Professor and Head of Chair for Software and Business Engineering at TU Berlin, Germany. In addition he is a Conjoint Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Swinburne University. He has published over 100 refereed papers and three books. Ingo served as a reviewer for many prestigious journals, including various IEEE and ACM Transactions, and as PC member for WWW, BPM (also as PC co-chair), ICSOC, AAAI, ICAPS, IJCAI, and many other conferences and workshops. Prior to TU Berlin, Ingo worked at Data61, CSIRO (formerly NICTA), UNSW in Sydney, Australia, and at SAP Research in Germany. While at SAP, he completed his PhD with the University of Karlsruhe (TH).
Max Pucher
(Papyrus)
Adaptive Case Management with Converse
Max. J. Pucher is the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of ISIS Papyrus Software. He started his career with IBM where he worked internationally – including 3 years in Saudi Arabia – in hardware engineering, consulting and finally sales. In 1988 he founded what is today the ISIS Papyrus Group. Today it is a medium size, but global software business with Fortune 1000 clients. His concept is to grow with the market and not outgrow the own ability to deliver quality, have employees who enjoy working for ISIS, and last but not least make a good profit. This magic triangle keeps his business from faltering in turbulent times.
In terms of software solutions for businesses he believes that business data and content need to be accessed in context by the business user and not just encoded into programs or processes. Old-Style BPM is a straightjacket for any business. He promotes what he recently named Adaptive Process or ACM, meaning technology that exposes structured (business data) and unstructured (content) information to the members of structured (business) and unstructured (social) organizations to securely execute – with knowledge interactively gathered previously – structured (process) and unstructured (case) work in a transparent and auditable manner.
Stefan Schulte
(TU Wien)
Towards Blockchain Interoperability
Stefan Schulte is Associate Professor at TU Wien. Findings from his research have been published in more than 90 refereed scholarly publications, including publications in high-tier journals like Information Systems, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, and Future Generation Computer Systems. From 2012 to 2015, Stefan was the project coordinator of the EU FP7 STREP “SIMPLI-CITY – The Road User Information System of the Future”, and from 2015 to 2017, he was the Scientific Leader of the EU Factories of the Future Research and Innovation Action “Cloud-based Rapid Elastic Manufacturing (CREMA)”. Stefan’s research strives to provide the means to process (big) data from, within, and beyond the Internet of Things (IoT). In the field of blockchain technologies, he is interested in the application of blockchains in novel areas as well as in the advancement of current technologies. He has made some contributions to the fields of blockchain-based data provenance and runtime process verification, as well as to the area of cross-blockchain asset transfers. The latter research is conducted as part of Pantos https://pantos.io/.