1st UK Academic Roundtable on Process Mining
Join us for the 1st Academic (virtual) Roundtable on Process Mining in the UK on 3 September 2020 (16:00 BST, 17:00 Central Europe). The Cambridge Centre for Data-Driven Discovery is co-hosting an academic get-together with big data unicorn Celonis featuring academic and industry talks around Process Mining and its applications from Healthcare, to Supply Chain to Covid 19 analyses. The event is for everyone interested in data analytics and organizational processes. The event will also include a virtual Wine & Cheese Social with free Wine & Cheese tasting boxes delivered to your doorstep!
Process Mining - an Emerging Data Science Field
Research on Process Mining has gained traction all over the world throughout the past few years. Located at the exciting intersection between Business Process Management and Data Science, Process Mining is attracting an interdisciplinary field of researchers. Within academic and industrial projects, Process Mining has been applied to analyze virtually all processes imaginable, from state-of-the-art purchasing processes over supply chain management and Business Strategy to the analysis of healthcare data.
The event will consist of a mixture of academic and industry presentations around Process Mining, including a keynote talk on The Impact of Process Mining from Process Management core researcher Jan Mendling, WU Vienna as well as an industry talk on Real Life Challenges for Process Mining during Covid19.
Wine & Cheese Social
The event will be rounded off with a social get-together and wine & cheese tasting event. Wine & Cheese will be catered for to your doorstep by Celonis! Registration for wine and cheese delivery is now closed. You are welcome to still join in the social event and bring your own wine and cheese.
Registration is essential, please follow this link. Registration closes noon (UK) 2nd September.
International unicorn and market leader for Enterprise Performance Acceleration Software Celonis is the co-host and sponsor of the event. Celonis has turned from a 3-man student startup into an international software company with 1000 employees and office locations across Germany, the US, the UK, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, France and Norway.
Celonis has started an Academic Alliance programme to foster collaboration for teaching and research at over 200 universities, including LSE, Cass Business School and the University of Edinburgh.