Video Recordings
You missed BPM 2019 in Vienna? Too bad! Here is your chance to watch the panel and the keynotes on WUTV.

Program Highlights
The International Conference on Business Process Management is the biggest of its kind worldwide and takes place in Vienna at the WU Campus in the week of 1-6 September 2019. The conference attracted more than 400 submissions for all its diverse tracks and program components. The highlights are:

  • 6 Keynotes (see below)
  • 4 Tutorials (see below)
  • 1 Panel Discussion
  • 23 Research Talks (see below)
  • 13 Contributions to the BPM Forum (see below)
  • 17 Corporate Case Studies in the Industry Forum
  • 11 Talks in the Blockchain Forum
  • 8 Talks and 6 posters in the Central and Eastern Europe Forum
  • 12 Workshops
  • 56 Workshop Presentations
  • 15 Tool and Prototype Demonstrations (to be announced in July)
  • 11 Talks in the Doctoral Consortium (to be announced in July)
  • 15 International Sponsors

The main conference takes place from TUE 3 Sept – THU 5 Sept 2019, workshops are held on MON 2 Sept 2019 and SUN 1 Sept opens the conference with the doctoral consortium for PhD students.

Besides an excellent program, the conference includes exciting social events including a workshop dinner at the Arkadenhof of the University of Vienna, a Major’s Reception at the Townhall of Vienna, a conference dinner at the Heurigen Fuhrgassl-Huber as well as a Farewell Party on THU evening at Luftburg in the Prater Park.

Early bird registration is still open until 30 June 2019. For details, see here registration. We offer discounts of 100 Euro for graduate students (Bachelor or Master) and members of Gesellschaft für Prozessmanagement.

Six Keynotes by

Four Tutorials by

23 Research Talks subdivided into three tracks: Track I – Foundations

  • Alessandro Artale, Alisa Kovtunova, Marco Montali and Wil van der Aalst: Modelling and Reasoning over Declarative Data-Aware Processes with Object-Centric Behavioral Constraints
  • Silvano Colombo Tosatto, Guido Governatori and Nick van Beest: Checking Regulatory Compliance: Will We Live to See It?
  • Mahdi Ghasemi and Daniel Amyot: Goal-oriented Process Enhancement and Discovery
  • Sara Houhou, Souheib Baarir, Pascal Poizat and Philippe Quéinnec: A First-Order Logic Semantics for Communication-Parametric BPMN Collaborations
  • Jan Ladleif, Mathias Weske and Ingo Weber: Modeling and Enforcing Blockchain-Based Choreographies
  • Leandro Nahabedian, Victor Braberman, Nicolás D’Ippolito, Jeff Kramer and Sebastian Uchitel: Dynamic Reconfiguration of Business Processes
  • Josep Sànchez-Ferreres, Andrea Burattin, Josep Carmona, Marco Montali and Lluís Padró: Formal Reasoning on Natural Language Descriptions of Processes
  • Diego Calvanese, Silvio Ghilardi, Alessandro Gianola, Marco Montali and Andrey Rivkin: Formal Modeling and SMT-Based Parameterized Verification of Data-Aware BPMN

Track II – Engineering

  • Adriano Augusto, Marlon Dumas and Marcello La Rosa: Metaheuristic Optimization for Automated Process Discovery: Framework and Evaluation
  • Martin Bauer, Han van der Aa and Matthias Weidlich: Estimating Process Conformance by Trace Sampling and Result Approximation
  • Xixi Lu, Seyed Amin Tabatabaei, Mark Hoogendoorn and Hajo A. Reijers: Trace Clustering on Very Large Event Data in Healthcare using Frequent Sequence Patterns
  • Lluís Padró and Josep Carmona: Approximate Computation of Alignments of Business Processes through Relaxation Labelling
  • Alexander Seeliger, Alejandro Sánchez Guinea, Timo Nolle and Max Mühlhäuser: ProcessExplorer: Intelligent Process Mining Guidance
  • Ghalia Tello, Gabriele Gianini, Rabeb Mizouni and Ernesto Damiani: Machine Learning-Based Framework for Log-Lifting in Business Process Mining Applications
  • Manuel Alejandro Camargo Chávez, Marlon Dumas and Oscar González-Rojas: Learning Accurate LSTM Models of Business Processes

Track III – Management

  • Iris Beerepoot, Inge van de Weerd and Hajo A. Reijers: Business Process Improvement Activities: Differences in Organizational Size, Culture, and Resources
  • Jeremy Gibson, Kanika Goel, Janne Barnes and Wasana Bandara: Towards a Reference Model for Research Process Management: An Action Design Research effort at an Australian University
  • Christopher Klinkmüller, Richard Müller and Ingo Weber: Mining Process Mining Practices: An Exploratory Characterization of Information Needs in Process Analytics
  • Patrick Lohmann and Michael Zur Muehlen: Regulatory Instability, Business Process Management Technology, and BPM Skill Configurations
  • Michael Rosemann: Trust-aware Process Design
  • Aygun Shafagatova and Amy Van Looy: Understanding the Alignment of Employee Appraisals and Rewards with Business Processes.
  • Bastian Wurm, Kanika Goel, Wasana Bandara and Michael Rosemann: Design Patterns for Business Process Individualization
  • Christoph Kollwitz and Barbara Dinter: What the Hack? – Towards a Taxonomy of Hackathons

BPM Forum

  • André Zensen and Jochen M. Kuester: A Java-based Framework for Case Management Applications
  • Sander J.J. Leemans, Anja F. Syring and Wil M.P. van der Aalst: Earth Movers’ Stochastic Conformance Checking
  • Tanmayee Narendra, Prerna Agarwal, Monika Gupta and Sampath Dechu: Counterfactual Reasoning for Process Optimization using Structural Causal Models
  • Sven Ihde, Luise Pufahl, Min-Bin Lin, Asvin Goel and Mathias Weske: Optimized Resource Allocations in Business Process Models
  • Inkyu Kim, Brian Pentland, Julie Ryan Wolf, Yunna Xie, Kenneth Frank and Alice Pentland: Effect of Attribute Alignment on Action Sequence Variability: Evidence from Electronic Medical Records
  • Janitha Abeygunasekera, Wasana Bandara, Moe Wynn and Ogan Yigitbasioglu: Process Performance Measurement System Characteristics: An Empirically Validated Framework
  • Moe Wynn, Suriadi Suriadi, Rebekah Eden, Erik Poppe, Anastasiia Pika, Robert Andrews and Arthur Ter Hofstede: Grounding Process Data Analytics in Domain Knowledge: A Mixed-method Approach to Identifying Best Practice
  • Yevgen Bogodistov, Jürgen Moormann and Rainer Sibbel: From Openness-to-Change to Patients’ Satisfaction: A Business Process Management Approach
  • Laura Genga, Chiara Di Francescomarino, Chiara Ghidini and Nicola Zannone: Predicting critical behaviors in business process executions: when evidence counts
  • Carl Corea and Patrick Delfmann: Quasi-Inconsistency in Declarative Process Models
  • Simon Voorberg, Rik Eshuis, Willem van Jaarsveld and Geert-Jan van Houtum: Decision Support for Declarative Artifact-Centric Processes
  • Ana Ivanchikj and Cesare Pautasso: Sketching Process Models by Mining Participant Stories
  • Antonio Bosco, Adriano Augusto, Marlon Dumas, Marcello La Rosa and Giancarlo Fortino: Discovering Automatable Routines From User Interaction Logs

Industry Forum

  • Thomas Kuhn, Jenny Bruhin and Tecwyn Hill: Improved Patient Journeys: ERP Transformation and the Radical Deployment of Process Management Across 500,000 Nursing Days at Hirslanden Private Clinics
  • Robert Hutter, Martin Schmidt: Workflow Automation and Process Intelligence at Josef Manner Comp
  • Jan Marek, Kurt Blümlein, Jürgen Neubauer, and Charlotte Wehking: Ditching labor-intensive paper-based processes: Process automation in a Czech insurance company
  • Álvaro Valencia Parra, Belén Ramos Gutierrez, Angel Jesus Varela Vaca, Maria Teresa Gómez López and Antonio García Bernal: Enabling Process Mining in Aircraft Manufactures: Extracting Event Logs and Discovering Processes from Complex Data
  • Fabian Ludacka, Jean Duell and Philipp Waibel: Global accounting with the workflow management system TIM at Deutsche Bahn Group
  • Marcus Dees, Massimiliano de Leoni, Wil van der Aalst and Hajo A. Reijers: What if Process Predictions are notfollowed by Good Recommendations?
  • Wasana Bandara, John Merideth, Angsana Techatassanasoontorn, Paul Mathiesen and Dan O’neill: Mechanisms for Creating Successful BPM Governance: Insights from Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Andreas Metzger, Johannes Franke and Thomas Jansen: Data-driven Deep Learning for Proactive Terminal Process Management
  • Joos Buijs, Rick Bergmans and Rachied El Hasnaoui: Customer journey analysis at a financial services provider using self service and data hub concepts
  • Imesha Denagama Vitharanage, Denise Toman, Wasana Bandara and Rehan Syed: Process Improvement Benefits Realization: Insights from an Australian University
  • Karlijn Canjels, Maike Imkamp, Tim Boymans and Rob Vanwersch: Unraveling and improving the interorganizational arthrosis care process at Maastricht UMC+: an illustration of an innovative, combined application of data and process mining
  • Antonio Manuel Gutierrez, Freddie van Rijswijk, Christoph Ruhsam, Ivan Kofrak, Klaus Kogler, Anna Shadrina and Gerhard Zucker: Applying Adaptive Case Management to Enable Energy Efficiency Performance Tracking in Building Construction Projects
  • Angelo Corallo, Mariangela Lazoi, Manuela Marra, Lorenzo Quarta, Aurora Rimini and Cesare Liaci: A Processes Reference Framework for Creative and Cultural Industries
  • Stefan Schönig, Andreas Ermer and Michael Market: Sensor-enabled Wearable Process Support in Corrugation Industry
  • Juergen Mangler, Florian Pauker, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma and Ehrendorfer Mathias: – Industry 4.0 Integration Assessment and Evolution
  • Elheme Azemi, Saimir Bala: Exploring BPM Adoption and Strategic Alignment of Processes at Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo
  • Seyed Amir Bolboli, Ludger Hasenauer, Cristina Cabanillas: BPM implementation at Bilfinger

Blockchain Forum

  • Stephan Haarmann, Kimon Batoulis, Adriatik Nikaj and Mathias Weske: Executing Collaborative Decisions Confidentially On Blockchains
  • Giovanni Meroni, Pierluigi Plebani and Francesco Vona. Trusted Artifact-driven Process Monitoring of Multi-Party Business Processes with Blockchain
  • Christopher Klinkmüller, Alexander Ponomarev, An Binh Tran, Ingo Weber and Wil van der Aalst. Mining Blockchain Processes: Extracting Process Mining Data from Blockchain Applications
  • Markus Schäffer, Monika di Angelo and Gernot Salzer. Performance and Scalability of Private Ethereum Blockchains
  • Julius Köpke, Marco Franceschetti and Johann Eder. Balancing Privity and Enforceability of BPM-based Smart Contracts on Blockchains
  • Cinzia Cappiello, Marco Comuzzi, Florian Daniel and Giovanni Meroni. Data quality control in blockchain applications
  • Julian Nicolai Kakarott, Katharina Zeuch and Volker Skwarek. License Chain – An Identity-Protecting Intellectual Property License Trading Platform
  • Maik Lange, Steven Chris Leiter and Rainer Alt. Defining and Delimitating Distributed Ledger Technology: Results of a Structured Literature Analysis
  • Duneesha Fernando and Nalin Ranasinghe. Permissioned Distributed Ledgers for Land Transactions
  • Karl Pinter, Dominik Schmelz, René Lamber, Stefan Strobl and Thomas Grechenig. Towards a multi-party, blockchain-based identity verification solution to implement clear name laws for online media platforms
  • Mubashar Iqbal and Raimundas Matulevičius. Comparison of Blockchain-based Solutions to Mitigate Data Tampering Security Risk

Central-Eastern Europe Forum
Full Papers

  • Monika Klun and Michael Leyer: Individual process orientation as a two-dimensional construct: Conceptualization and measurement scale development
  • Jasna Prester, Tomislav Hernaus, Ana Aleksić and Peter Trkman: Performance effects of dynamic capabilities: the interaction effect of process management capabilities
  • Lucija Ivančić, Dalia Suša Vugec and Vesna Bosilj Vukšić: Robotic Process Automation: Systematic Literature Review
  • Gregor Polančič, Pavlo Brin, Saša Kuhar, Gregor Jošt and Jernej Huber: An Empirical Investigation of the Cultural Impacts on the Business Process Concepts Representations
  • Piotr Sliż: Process maturity of organizations using artificial intelligence technology – preliminary research
  • Frantisek Hunka and Steven van Kervel: Generic DEMO Model for Co-creation and Co-production as a Basic for Truthful and Appropriate REA Model Representation
  • Nino Lazuashvili, Alex Norta and Dirk Draheim: Integration of Blockchain Technology into a Land Registration System for Immutable Traceability: A Case Study of Georgia
  • Dóra Őri and Zoltán Szabó: A conceptual Blueprint for Enterprise Architecture Model-driven Business Process Optimization


  • Martin Henkel, Georgios Koutsopoulos, Ilia Bider and Erik Perjons: Using the Fractal Enterprise Model for Inter-organizational Business Processes
  • Agnieszka Bitkowska: Business Process Management vs modeling of the process of Knowledge Management in contemporary enterprises
  • Dragana Stojanović, Ivona Jovanović, Dragoslav Slović, Ivan Tomašević and Barbara Simeunović: BPM Adoption in Serbian Companies
  • Dino Pavlic and Maja Cukusic: Designing the convergence model of business process management and customer experience management
  • Krisztian Varga and Péter Fehér: The Value of Customer Journey Mapping and Analysis in Design Thinking Projects
  • Dmitry Romanov, Nikolay Kazantsev and Elina Edgeeva: The Presence of Order-Effect Bias in Moscow Administration?


  • Remco Dijkman and Sander Peters: The Business Process Management Game
  • Andrea Burattin: Integrated, Ubiquitous and Collaborative Process Mining with Chat Bots
  • Luis Leiva Sanchez, Jorge Munoz-Gama, Juan Salas-Morales, Víctor Gálvez, Wai Lam Jonathan Lee, Rene de La Fuente, Ricardo Fuentes and Marcos Sepúlveda: POMElog: Generating Event Logs from Unplugged Processes
  • Williams Rizzi, Luca Simonetto, Chiara Di Francescomarino, Chiara Ghidini, Tõnis Kasekamp and Fabrizio Maria Maggi: Nirdizati 2.0: New Features and Redesigned Backend
  • Alessandro Berti, Sebastiaan van Zelst and Wil van der Aalst: PM4Py Web Services: Easy Development, Integration and Deployment of Process Mining Features in any Application Stack
  • Carl Corea, Jonas Blatt and Patrick Delfmann: A Tool for Decision Logic Verification in DMN Decision Tables
  • Ralf Laue, Agnes Koschmider, Michael Fellmann, Andreas Schoknecht and Arthur Vetter: – An Interactive Catalog of Business Process Modeling Patterns Literature
  • Martin Bauer, Stephan Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Agnes Koschmider, Felix Mannhardt, Han van der Aa and Matthias Weidlich: ELPaaS: Event Log Privacy as a Service
  • Volodymyr Leno, Artem Polyvyanyy, Marcello La Rosa, Marlon Dumas and Fabrizio Maggi: Action Logger: Enabling Process Mining for Robotic Process Automation
  • Flavio Corradini, Fabrizio Fornari, Andrea Polini, Barbara Re and Francesco Tiezzi: RePROSitory: a Repository platform for sharing business PROcess modelS
  • Manuel Alejandro Camargo Chávez, Marlon Dumas and Oscar González-Rojas: Simod: A Tool for Automated Discovery of Business Process Simulation Models
  • Stephen Pauwels and Toon Calders: ACD2: a tool to interactively explore Business Process Logs
  • Manuel Gall and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma: Process Attribute Visualization in 3D and Virtual Reality
  • Mohammadreza Fani Sani, Sebastiaan J. van Zelst, Wil M.P. van der Aalst and Alessandro Berti: Filtering Toolkit: Interactively Filter Event Logs to Improve the Quality of Discovered Models
  • Kavya Baskar and Marwan Hassani: Online Comparison of Streaming Process Discovery Algorithms

Doctoral Consortium

  • Bernhard Schäfer: Business Process Sketch Recognition
  • Owen Keates: The design and validation of a process data analytics methodology for improving meat and livestock value chains
  • Alessandro Berti: Process Mining on Event Graphs: a Framework to Extensively Support Projects
  • Bastian Wurm: Process Mining as a Strategy of Inquiry: Understanding Design Interventions and the Development of Business Processes
  • Marvin van Wingerde: Towards inter-organizational business process governance through blockchain
  • Christoph Drodt: Ensemble Predictive Process Mining – Taking Predictive Process Mining to the Next Level
  • Aleš Zebec: Cognitive BPM: Business Process Automation and Innovation with Artificial Intelligence
  • Shahrzad Roohy Gohar: Visualization of Environmental Performance Indicators (EPI) on Business Process Models: a hospitality industry perspective
  • Naif Aljlayel: The Role of Culture in Business Process Management Adoption
  • Ross Veitch: Increasing process model reuse in a multi-product multi-channel financial services environment
  • Azadeh Sadat Mozafari Mehr: Compliance to data protection and purpose control using process mining technique

Workshop Value and Quality of Enterprise Modelling

  • Geert Poels. Enterprise Modelling of Digital Innovation in Strategies, Services and Processes
  • Ross Veitch and Lisa Seymour. Measuring business process model reuse in a process repository
  • Clemilson Luís de Brito Dias, Vinícius Stein Dani, Jan Mendling and Lucineia Heloisa Thom. Anti-Patterns for Process Modeling Problems: An analysis of BPMN 2.0-based tools behavior

Workshop Security and Privacy-enhanced Business Process Management

  • Jan Ladleif and Mathias Weske. A Legal Interpretation of Choreography Models
  • Majid Rafiei and Wil M.P. van der Aalst. Mining Roles From Event Logs While Preserving Privacy
  • Ludwig Stage and Dimka Karastoyanova. Provenance Holder: Bringing Provenance, Reproducibility and Trust to Flexible ScientificWorkflows and Choreographies
  • Thomas Dasaklis, Fran Casino, Constantinos Patsakis and Christos Douligeris. A framework for supply chain traceability based on blockchain tokens
  • Roman Mühlberger, Stefan Bachhofner, Claudio Di Ciccio, Luciano García-Bañuelos and Orlenys López-Pintado. Extracting Event Logs for Process Mining from Data Stored on the Blockchain

Workshop on DEClarative, DECision and Hybrid approaches to processes

  • Erik Smit and Rik Eshuis. Modeling Rolling Stock Maintenance Logistics at Dutch Railways with Declarative Business Artifacts
  • Adrian Holfter, Stephan Haarmann, Luise Pufahl and Mathias Weske. Checking Compliance in Data-Driven Case Management
  • Antonio Manuel Gutierrez, Freddie Van Rijswijk, Christoph Ruhsam, Ivan Kofrak, Klaus Kogler, Anna Shadrina and Gerhard Zucker. Applying Business Architecture Principles with Domain Specific Ontology to ACM modelling of Building Construction Projects
  • Álvaro Valencia Parra, Luisa Parody, Angel Jesus Varela Vaca, Ismael Caballero and Maria Teresa Gómez López. DMN for Data Quality Measurement and Assessment

Workshop on Process Querying

  • Stefan Esser and Dirk Fahland. Storing and Querying Multi-Dimensional Process Event Logs using Graph Databases

Workshop Process-Oriented Data Science for Healthcare

  • Anastasiia Pika, Moe Wynn, Stephanus Budiono, Arthur Ter Hofstede, Wil van der Aalst and Hajo A. Reijers. Towards Privacy-Preserving Process Mining in Healthcare
  • Elisabetta Benevento, Prabhakar M. Dixit, Mohammadreza Fani Sani, Davide Aloini and Wil M.P. van der Aalst. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Interactive Process Discovery in Healthcare: A Case Study
  • Victor Galvez, Cesar Meneses, Gonzalo Fagalde, Jorge Munoz-Gama, Marcos Sepúlveda, Ricardo Fuentes and Rene de La Fuente. Understanding Undesired Procedural Behavior in Surgical Training: the Instructor Perspective
  • Ricardo Alfredo Quintano Neira, Bart Franciscus Antonius Hompes, Gert-Jan de Vries, Bruno F. Mazza, Samantha L. Simões de Almeida, Erin Stretton, Joos C.A.M. Buijs and Silvio Hamacher. Analysis and Optimization of a Sepsis Clinical Pathway using Process Mining
  • Francesca Marazza, Faiza Bukhsh, Onno Vijlbrief, Jeroen Geerdink, Shreyaasi Pathak, Maurice van Keulen and Christin Seifert. Comparing Process Models for Patient Populations: Application in Breast Cancer Care
  • Niels Martin, Antonio Martinez-Millana, Bernardo Valdivieso and Carlos Fernandez-Llatas. Interactive data cleaning for process mining: a case study of an outpatient clinic’s appointment system
  • Bianca Antunes, Adrian Manresa, Leonardo Bastos, Janaina Marchesi and Silvio Hamacher. A solution framework based on process mining, optimization and discrete-event simulation to improve queue performance in an emergency department
  • Roberto Gatta, Mauro Vallati, Carlos Fernandez-Llatas, Antonio Martinez-Millana, Stefania Orini, Lucia Sacchi, Jacopo Lenkowicz, Mar Marcos, Jorge Munoz-Gama, Michel Cuendet, Berardino De Bari, Luis Marco, Alessandro Stefanini and Maurizio Castellano. Clinical Guidelines: a crossroad of many research areas. Challenges and opportunities in Process Mining for Healthcare
  • Minsu Cho, Minseok Song, Seok-Ran Yeom, Il-Jae Wang and Byung-Kwan Choi. Developing Process Performance Indicators for Emergency Room Processes
  • Marco Comuzzi, Jonghyeon Ko and Suhwan Lee. Predicting outpatient process flows to minimise the cost of handling returning patients: A case study
  • John Bruntse Larsen, Andrea Burattin, Christopher John Davis, Rasmus Hjardem-Hansen and Jørgen Villadsen. A Data Driven Agent Elicitation Pipeline for Prediction Models
  • Emmanuel Helm, Anna Lin, David Baumgartner, Alvin Lin and Josef Küng. Adopting Standard Clinical Descriptors for Process Mining Case Studies in Healthcare
  • Angelina Prima Kurniati, Ciarán McInerney, Kieran Zucker, Geoff Hall, David Hogg and Owen Johnson. A multi-level approach for identifying process change in cancer pathways

Workshop on Methods for Interpretation of Industrial Event Logs

  • Stefan Bloemheuvel, Benjamin Klöpper and Martin Atzmueller: Graph Summarization for Computational Sensemaking on Complex Industrial Event Logs
  • Stephan Sigg, Sameera Palipana, Stefano Savazzi and Sanaz Kianoush. Capturing human-machine interaction events from radio sensors in Industry 4.0 environments

Workshop on Social and Human Aspects of Business Process Management

  • Birger Lantow, Julian Schmitt and Fabienne Lambusch. Mining Personal Service Processes: The Social Perspective
  • Iris Beerepoot, Inge van de Weerd and Hajo Reijers. The Potential of Workarounds for Improving Processes
  • Alessandro Stefanini, Davide Aloini, Peter Gloor and Federica Pochiero. Supporting ED Process Redesign by Investigating Human Behaviors

Workshop on BPM in the era of Digital Innovation and Transformation: New Capabilities and Perspectives

  • Ralf Laue. The Power of the Ideal Final Result for Identifying Process Optimization Potential
  • Florian Imgrund and Christian Janiesch. Understanding the need for new perspectives on BPM in the digital age: an empirical analysis
  • Anna-Maria Exler, Jan Mendling and Alfred Taudes. The Use of Distance Metrics in Managing Business Process Transfer – An Exploratory Case Study

Workshop on Business Process Intelligence

  • Eva Klijn and Dirk Fahland. Performance Mining for Batch Processing Using the Performance Spectrum
  • Björn Rafn Gunnarsson, Seppe Vanden Broucke and Jochen De Weerdt. Predictive Process Monitoring in Operational Logistics: A Case Study in Aviation
  • Arava Tsoury, Pnina Soffer and Iris Reinhartz-Berger. Impact-Aware Conformance Checking
  • Leen Jooken, Mathijs Creemers and Mieke Jans. Extracting a collaboration model from VCS logs based on process mining techniques
  • Chiao-Yun Li, Sebastiaan van Zelst and Wil van der Aalst. A Generic Approach for Process Performance Analysis using Bipartite Graph Matching
  • Florian Richter, Ludwig Zellner, Imen Azaiz, David Winkel and Thomas Seidl. LIProMa: Label-Independent Process Matching
  • Lisa Luise Mannel and Wil van der Aalst. Finding Uniwired Petri Nets Using eST-Miner
  • Mathilde Boltenhagen, Thomas Chatain and Josep Carmona. Encoding Conformance Checking Artefacts in SAT
  • Marco Pegoraro, Merih Seran Uysal and Wil van der Aalst. Discovering Process Models from Uncertain Event Data
  • Iezalde F. Lopes and Diogo R. Ferreira. A Survey of Process Mining Competitions: the BPI Challenges 2011–2018

Workshop on Business Processes Meet the Internet-of-Things

  • Owen Keates. Integrating IoT with BPM to provide Value to Cattle Farmers in Australia
  • Adrian Rebmann, Andreas Emrich and Peter Fettke. Enabling the Discovery of Manual Processes using a Multi-modal Activity Recognition Approach

Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Business Process Management

  • Alex Borgida, Varvara Kalokyri and Amelie Marian. Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Aspects of Structured BPMN
  • Carsten Maletzki, Eric Rietzke, Lisa Grumbach, Ralph Bergmann and Norbert Kuhn. Utilizing Ontology-Based Reasoning to Support the Execution of Knowledge-Intensive Processes
  • Simone Agostinelli, Andrea Marrella and Massimo Mecella. Research Challenges for Intelligent Robotic Process Automation
  • Philip Hake, Jana-Rebecca Rehse and Peter Fettke. Supporting Complaint Management in the Medical Technology Industry by Means of Deep Learning
  • Matteo Zavatteri, Carlo Combi and Luca Viganò. Resource Controllability of Workflows Under Conditional Uncertainty
  • Benjamin Jochum, Leonard Nürnberg, Nico Aßfalg and Tobias Käfer. Data-Driven Workflows for Specifying and Executing Agents in an Environment of Reasoning and RESTful Systems
  • Andrea Zasada. How Cognitive Processes Make Us Smarter
  • Giray Havur, Alois Haselboeck and Cristina Cabanillas. Automated Multi-perspective Process Generation in the Manufacturing Domain
  • Dr. Aviv Yehezkel, Yaron Bialy, Ariel Smutko and Eran Roseberg. Process Mining from Low-level User Actions

Workshop Process Management in Digital Production

  • René Peinl and Ornella Perak. BPMN and DMN for Easy Customizing of Manufacturing Execution Systems

Welcome to BPM 2019 in Vienna!

Being located at the heart of Europe, Vienna has scored the highest liveability index in 2018 according to the survey. Vienna brings together the past and the future, the West and the East. Being abundant of historic sights and culture, Vienna is the economic and political center of Austria.

Vienna hosts nine federal universities as well as several private universities and universities of applied sciences, making Vienna the place to be for around 200.000 students. Two Viennese universities have joined forces to offer a great venue and program for BPM 2019, the University of Economics and Business where the BPM 2019 will be held at and the University of Vienna, one of the oldest and biggest university in Europe. The venue is rich of exciting architecture offering conference facilities of the highest modern standards. Everything is connected in Vienna. Having one of the best public transport systems at low costs, it is very easy to get around in Vienna.

BPM 2019 will continue the track system successfully implemented in BPM 2018. On top of exciting workshops, BPM 2019 will feature the 1st International Blockchain Forum and the 1st Central and Eastern European Forum, the latter celebrating Vienna’s vicinity to its Eastern European neighbors. Moreover, the tradition of BPM Forum, Demos, and Industry Forum will be followed. Together with the keynotes and the research track, BPM 2019 will offer a rich, diverse, and exciting program.

At night BPM 2019 wants to take its participants around Vienna through several social events. Enjoy a mild September night under the beautiful arcades of the historic main building of the University of Vienna, marvel at the stunning architecture of the Vienna city hall, and enjoy a glass or two of fresh Viennese wine at a typical Viennese “Heuriger”.

We are very much looking forward to your contributions and your visit here in Vienna!

Jan Mendling and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma
(BPM 2019 General Chairs)