Andreas Meyer, Luise Pufahl, Dirk Fahland and Mathias Weske have received the BPM Runner-Up Test-of-Time Award at BPM 2023 for their paper titled “Modeling and Enacting Complex Data Dependencies in Business Processes“.
Massimiliano de Leoni, Wil van der Aalst, and Marcus Dees have received the BPM Test-of-Time Award at BPM 2023 for their paper titled “A General Framework for Correlating Business Process Characteristics“.
Paul Kobialka, Felix Mannhardt, Silvia Lizeth Tapia Tarifa and Einar Broch Johnsen have won the Best Paper Award at the EdbA 2022 workshop for their paper titled “Building User Journey Games from Multi-party Event Logs”. Congratulations to Paul, Felix, Silvia and Einar!
Felix Mannhardt has won the Best Reviewer Award at ICPM 2022. Congratulations to Felix!
On September 14th, Bart Hompes and Marcus Dees won the “BPM Innovation award” with their submission “Detecting and mitigating the event log mutability problem at UWV (Uitvoeringsinstuut Werknemersverzekering)” to the Industry Forum at the BPM 2022 conference in Münster, Germany. Congratulations to Bart and Marcus!
On June 24th, Mitchel Brunings won the “Best Beaver Hunting Award” at the Petri Nets 2022 conference in Bergen, Norway. Mitchel was the only one to spot all 17 beavers. Congratulations to Mitchel!
On May 25th, Dirk Fahland received from Pattern the “Best Teacher Award 2022” in the Bachelor Data Science major at Eindhoven University of Technology and Tilburg University for his Data Challenge course. Congratulations to Dirk!
Yorick Spenrath has won the Best Presentation award at the SA4PM 2021 workshop for his paper title “Online Prediction of Aggregated Retailer Consumer Behaviour“. Congratulations to Yorick!
Dominique Sommers, Vlado Menkovski, and Dirk Fahland have won the Best Paper award at ICPM 2021 with their paper “Process Discovery using Graph Neural Networks“. Congratulations to Dominique, Vlado, and Dirk!
Dirk Fahland won the Test of Time award for the paper “Repairing Process Models to Reflect Reality” (co-authored by Wil van der Aalst, see also the journal version of this paper). Congratulations to Dirk!
Janssenswillen, G., Mannhardt, F., Creemers, M., Depaire, B., Jans, M., Jooken, L., Martin, N., & Van Houdt, G. (2020). Extensions to the bupaR Ecosystem: An Overview. In Proceedings of the ICPM Doctoral Consortium and Tool Demonstration Track 2020 co-located with the 2nd International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM 2020) (pp. 43-46). (CEUR Workshop Proceedings; Vol. Read More …
Mannhardt, F., Bovo, R., Oliveira, M. F., & Julier, S. (2018). A taxonomy for combining activity recognition and process discovery in industrial environments. In D. Camacho, P. Novais, A. J. Tallón-Ballesteros, & H. Yin (Eds.), Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning – IDEAL 2018 – 19th International Conference, Proceedings (pp. 84-93). (Lecture Notes in Computer Read More …
Zahra Toosinezhad, Dirk Fahland, and Wil van der Aalst have won the Best Paper award at ICPM with her paper “Detecting System-Level Behavior Leading To Dynamic Bottlenecks“. Congratulations to Zahra , Dirk, and Wil!
Xixi Lu, a former PhD student of our group, has won the Best PhD. Dissertation award with her thesis “Using behavioral context in process mining: exploration, preprocessing and analysis of event data“. Her promotor was Wil van der Aalst, and Dirk Fahland was one of her copromotors.
Together with others, Felix Mannhardt has won the Best Academic Demo Tool award at ICPM 2020 with their tool demo “Extensions to the bupaR ecosystem: an overview“. Congratulations to Felix and the others!
Sander Leemans, a former PhD student of our group, has won the Process Discovery Contest of 2020 (PDC 2020) with his submission “Directly Follows Model Miner”. Congratulations to Sander!