Final Call for Participation
International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM 2019)
Aachen (Germany), 24-26 June 2019
ICPM 2019 Call for Participation Final – PDF
The International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM) will start in three weeks from now. If you want to join this unique event, you need to be quick. The online registration will end on June 16th, 2019 and we anticipate that ICPM will be sold out before the registration deadline.
ICPM is the first conference devoted to the rapidly growing process mining discipline. All thought leaders working on process mining will be present at ICPM 2019. The program includes a fully packed industry day next to exciting scientific talks by the leading scientists in the field. The conference is supported by Celonis, Deloitte, ProcessGold, TimelinePi, SAP, myInvenio, Fluxicon, Everflow, Minit, PuzzleData, PAFnow, Software AG, StereoLogic, BrightCape, Logpickr, Mehrwerk, QPR, KPMG, Lana Labs, Wintec, and Fraunhofer FIT. However, the conference is vendor neutral and provides insights that are tool independent. ICPM 2019 is “the place to be” for anyone working on process mining. Moreover, it provides a great stepping-stone of those that are new to the topic. Next to a range of excellent speakers, there will be the possibility to see the state-of-the-art in action (e.g., dozens of tool demonstrations) and discuss real-life process mining experiences.
You can register for this unique event via ICPM 2019 Registration (online registration ends on June 16th, 2019).
ICPM 2019 will be for three days (24-26 June). Tuesday, June 25th will be a special “Industry Day” showcasing lessons learned from larger process mining initiatives. The following industry speakers have been confirmed:
- Marc Kerremans (Gartner): Process Mining in the Era of the Digital Twin of an Organization
- Julian Lebherz (Deloitte): Process Mining at Scale – the plea for a technical Process Mining reference model
- Marc Gittler and Patrick Greifzu (DHL): How to add Process Mining to the Auditor’s toolbox
- Piergiorgio Grossi (Credem Banca): Credem Digital Transformation with DTO and Process Mining
- Carsten Schöne (Merck): Entrepreneurial behavior in a DAX company. Can Process Mining be established bottom-up only?
- Michael Wiese (Ernst & Young): Opportunities and challenges applying Process Mining in financial audits
- Bart Prudon (Medtronic): Process Mining at Medtronic – Our success formula to enable business value
- David Whyte (Canadian Financial Services): Practical implementation of Process Mining at Large North American Financial Services enterprises
- Gia-Thi Nguyen (Siemens): Unlocking Digital Transformation – the Human Touch
- Sudhendu Rai (AIG Investments): Process Wind Tunnel for Improving Business Processes
The industry day ends with a panel on the future of process mining composed of the opinion leaders in process mining.
On Monday, June 24th and Wednesday, June 26th, carefully selected presentations will be given, showing the state-of-the-art in process mining, including an opening keynote by Wil van der Aalst on 20 Years of Process Mining Research. These presentations have been selected by a program committee lead by Josep Carmona (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain), Mieke Jans (Hasselt University, Belgium), and Marcello La Rosa (The University of Melbourne, Australia). The program committee is composed of the globally leading process mining scientists. The conference also features tool demonstrations, two panel sessions, and various challenges and competitions. On Sunday, there will be an additional doctoral consortium.
The IEEE conference will take place in the conference area of the Tivoli football stadium close to the city center of Aachen. This beautiful venue will provide a unique atmosphere with great views and excellent conference facilities. In the same week, also the 40th International Conference on Application and Theory of Petri Nets and Concurrency (PN 2019), the 19th International Conference on Application of Concurrency to System Design (ACSD 2019), and the workshop Algorithms & Theories for the Analysis of Event Data (ATAED) will take place at the same location.