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A Conversation with Wil van der Aalst 8

We continue our interview series with the “godfather” of process mining, Wil van der Aalst. He has written an enormous number of books and papers, but he mainly shines by his consistent quality.
Wil is a full professor at Eindhoven University of Technology and the head of the Process Mining group at TU/e.

Wil talks about how process mining research was started ten years ago, how he defines process mining today, what it takes to be successful as a scientist, and — last but not least — how to escape military service.

Comments (8)

Thanks alot for this Excellent conversation, and many thanks for Prof. Wil van der Aalst for advices and guidance about Process Mining research.

Nice interview! Calm, honest, divers, interesting and funny.

Thanks for the kind words, Osama and Jan — great to hear you liked it!

Thank you for giving us the nice interview. instructive,interesting and a good guidence.

A very good interview. Besides the explanation for the beginning of Process Mining, there are very good tips, guidelines and incentive ideas to the people who are starting to enjoy this area.
Thank you all.

Jiafei, Samuel — thanks for your comments, we’ll be trying to keep the good stuff coming! ๐Ÿ™‚

The talk is great. Thanks the “godfather” and thanks Anne. It is also very nice to share it online, since it is a lot easier accessible than going to conferences ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks, Chen!

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