XES 2.0 Workshop

Although the popularity and adoption of process mining techniques grew rapidly in recent years, a large portion of effort invested in process mining initiatives is still consumed by event data preparation rather than process analysis. The Task Force on Process Mining conducted a study focused on the challenges faced during event data preparation (from source data to event log).

The XES 2.0 workshop shares the results of this survey and will help guide the evolution of the current XES standard towards XES 2.0.


November 2

First Session

11:00 am – 12:20 pm

11:00 amIntroduction
11:15 amSurvey ResultsIEEE TFPMMoe Wynn
11:45 amQ&A
11:55 amAcademic Perspective #1RWTH AachenWil van der Aalst
12:10 pmQ&A and closing

Second Session

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

2:00 pmOpening
2:05 pmVendor Perspective #1Signavio/SAPBjörn Wagner, Sven Wagner-Boysen
2:15 pmQ&A
2:25 pmVendor Perspective #2CelonisPhilipp Hoch
2:35 pmQ&A
2:45 pmAcademic Perspective #2University of BolzanoMarco Montali
2:55 pmQ&A and closing

Third Session

3:45 pm – 5:05 pm

3:45 pmOpening
3:50 pmProfessional Services PerspectiveKPMGElham Ramezani
4:00 pmQ&A
4:10 pmPanel DiscussionModerated by Claudio Di Ciccio
4:55 pmClosing the day


XES2_0_camera ready version

Download this paper. The final authenticated version of this paper will be available online as part of the LNBIP volume “ICPM 2021 Process Mining Workshops” which is edited by Jorge Munoz-Gama and Xixi Lu.