Process Mining at BPM 2013

Group photo at BPM 2013

This year’s BPM conference took place from 26 to 30 August in Beijing, China. Unfortunately, we could not make it this year. That does not stop us from giving you our annual recap blog post of process mining at BPM 2013, though.

To make sure you can keep up with the news on the process mining research front, we again hunted down the papers that were not made publicly available by the authors yet. They all were kind enough to upload their author version for you. For the main conference papers, even the presentations are available. Enjoy!

Papers at the main conference

Process Mining at Main Conference

Each year, the BPM conference gets hundreds of submissions, and only around 20 papers are accepted for the competitive main track. This year, three out of eight sessions were dedicated to process mining. You find a list of all the papers with pointers to the PDF author version and the slides that were presented below.

Session 1: Process Mining

Session 4: Conformance Checking

Session 8: Process Mining

Papers at the BPI Workshop

The BPI workshop 2013 in Beijing

The BPI workshop is traditionally the place were early work on process mining topics is presented and discussed. This year, six papers were accepted and you can read them following the pointers below:

Results of the BPI Challenge

BPI Challenge 2013 award handed over to the winner Young Sik Kang in Beijing

After the presentations at the BPI workshop, the winner of the BPI Challenge 2013 was announced. The award goes to Chang Jae Kang, Young Sik Kang, Yeong Shin Lee, Seonkyu Noh, Hyeong Cheol Kim, Woo Cheol Lim, Juhee Kim and Regina Hong, a team from Myongji University in Seoul, Korea.

You can read more about the BPI Challenge award and find pointers to all twelve submissions here.

Annual meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining

Slides from the annual meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining

The IEEE Task Force on Process Mining traditionally hold their annual meeting together with the BPM conference, at the end of the BPI workshop.

You can read the minutes and download the slides of this year’s task force meeting.

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.