Studying A Lengthy Administrative Process

Léonard Studer (City of Lausanne)

Léonard and his colleague Ines analyzed the construction permit process at the City of Lausanne, which is regulated by 27 different laws from Swiss federal law, cantonal law, and communal regulation.

How To Manage Your Process Mining Analysis

Willy van der Schoot (Atos)

Willy focuses on how to stay organized in your process mining analysis. She shares tips about preparing the data with optimal flexibility, taking different perspectives on the process, and communicating the results to an audience unfamiliar with process mining.

Manufacturing Improvement

Joris Keizers (Veco)

Joris demonstrates how process mining has helped to cut the lead time of their core production process in half by unlocking relevant process knowledge of key employees who have less of a feeling for statistical methods.

Step By Step: From Database to Event Log

Mieke Jans (Hasselt University)

When you create an event log from ERP data, you need to make certain choices during the data preparation that influence the kinds of process mining analyses you can do. Mieke walks you through these choices step by step.

Process Mining in Healthcare

Bart van Acker (Radboudumc)

Bart shows us how process mining can help to bridge the gap between process improvement professionals and the medical staff based on the example of the Intensive care unit and the Head and Neck Care chain at Radboudumc hospital.

Using Process Mining In An Event-Driven Environment

Edmar Kok (DUO)

Edmar demonstrates how process mining can be used to very quickly uncover technical errors and KPIs in the pilot phase of a new system based on a project at DUO, the study financing arm of the Dutch Ministry of Education.

Process Mining Metrics

Anne Rozinat (Fluxicon)

Anne gives a deep-dive into the world of metrics: What constitutes a good metric? What are the pitfalls? What kind of questions you can answer with process mining?

Fireside Chat

Wil van der Aalst (TU Eindhoven) and Anne Rozinat (Fluxicon)

Wil and Anne discuss the state of the field of process mining and take questions from the audience.

Process Mining Camp 2015

15 June 2015 · TU Eindhoven

The fourth Process Mining Camp in 2015 was the first camp that was held in the Blauwe Zaal, the big auditorium on the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology, to allow more people to join.

The presenters gave deep-dive talks that included topics such as how to organize your process mining analysis, how to prepare your data set from ERP systems like SAP, and which analysis questions you can analyze with process mining in the first place.

The camp ended with a fire-side chat between Wil van der Aalst and Anne Rozinat and was concluded by a glorious party, with DJ and all, in a cool bar in the center of Eindhoven.

Join us online for this year's camp!

This year's Process Mining Camp will take place online, from 15 to 24 June 2020Come join us for eight special days, and meet the global process mining community!

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