Process Mining Camp 2021

Process Mining Camp 2021

Here in Eindhoven, spring is finally coming to town. The days are slowly getting longer, and sometimes even more sunny. The birds are shouting it from the tree tops, the time has finally come, something to look forward to after a long, hard winter:

It’s time for Process Mining Camp!

From 31 May to 4 June, we will have ourselves a nice, relaxed week full of exquisite process mining fun. Once again, like we did last year, we will camp with all mod cons – from the comfort of our homes, over the trusty old internet.

We will be streaming live for a couple of hours each day, but the real action is around our Campfire on Slack. Get to know your fellow campers, and geek out about all things process mining, all around the clock.

Did you know that this year will be the 10th anniversary of process mining camp? A lot of things have changed since our first camp back in 2012, but the essence remains: In our practice talks, process mining professionals from all over the world will share their experiences with you. Straight from the heart, honest, and true – including everything but the sales fluff.

After each practice talk, and after Wil’s closing keynote, we will have a special edition of our world-famous Process Mining Café. Join the speakers of the day, along with some very special guests from the long and storied history of Process Mining Camp, as we dive deeper into some of the topics that make process mining so interesting.

As a special treat for the 10th anniversary edition of camp, Rudi has cooked up a surprise for us: The brand-new Process Mining Lab is for those of us who like to learn by doing, and those who prefer practice over theory. Stay tuned for this daily overdose of hands-on process mining from the hands of a mad scientist.

Exciting stuff, all around – and we can’t wait to tell you all the details in the days to come! Hurry up and sign up right now to join us at camp, so you don’t miss a thing!

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.