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NGI event on process mining in the healthcare sector, on 19 April 2011

For those based in The Netherlands it may be interesting to know about the upcoming Ngi event on process mining. The Ngi is an association for IT professionals in The Netherlands and is regularly organizing events around a variety of topics.

Anne Rozinat (Fluxicon) and René van Koppen (Pallas Athena) will give their view on applying process mining in the healthcare sector. Together with Ton Eijbergen (IT-SL) they will share their experiences and recommendations on how the gap between available IT and the application within healthcare organizations can be bridged and improved.

Here is the link (in Dutch): https://www.ngi.nl/Regios/Utrecht/Evenementen/De-mens-en-IT-in-de-Zorg.html?cp=%2fEvenementen%2fRegio.html

For more details on the mentions people, you can have a look at:

First International Workshop on Data Management and Analytics for Semi-Structures Business Processes (dma4sp 2011), April 11, 2011

Human-centric, ad-hoc, and dynamic semi-structured processes are common in today’s business enterprises. The lifecycle of such processes is not necessarily driven by a formal process model and the execution of such processes may be very dynamic. Such processes may execute on heterogeneous platforms and involve the interchange of diverse documents and artifacts (E.g. emails, images, PDF attachments, videos, audio files, chat transcripts). Key problems that arise as a result of the proliferation of such processes include how to integrate unstructured data (E.g. emails, execution logs, conversation transcripts, social media) for semi-structured business processes from disparate sources and heterogeneous platforms (E.g. social networking platforms, heterogeneous databases, distributed legacy workflow engines). Related challenges include mining data of such business processes to enable modeling, optimization, prediction, collaboration and community management, network analysis and visualization. The goal of this workshop is to investigate novel algorithms, systems, platforms to address such problems, discuss application case-studies that showcase the need for such solutions, and study emerging applications where such solutions may already have been deployed.

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Ngi event on process mining, including lecture, on 22 September 2010

For those based in The Netherlands it may be interesting to know about the upcoming Ngi event on process mining. The Ngi is an association for IT professionals in The Netherlands and is regularly organizing events around a variety of topics.

In this lecture, Maria Haasnoot, an IT auditor at the Dutch Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, and Anne Rozinat, TU/e, will give an introduction to process mining and its application possibilities.

Here is the link (in Dutch): http://www.ngi.nl/pageflow/default.asp?pageid=25&cmd=viewevent&event=560

2011 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining (CIDM 2011) April 11–15, 2011 Paris, France

flyer-cidm-2011-special-session.pdf

The IEEE Task Force on Process Mining (http://www.win.tue.nl/ieeetfpm) is organizing a special session at the 2011 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining (CIDM 2011). The goal of this special session is to join experts in the area of process mining to present new techniques and applications. Therefore, submissions of papers on new process mining techniques, applications of process mining, business intelligence, process discovery, conformance checking, process intelligence, etc., are welcome.

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Meeting of the Task Force at BPM 2010

This year's International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2010) will take place at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Hoboken is located across the Hudson River from Manhattan. The BPM conference series is the most important scientific conference on BPM and many people working on process mining attend the conference. Therefore, the plan is to have a meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining at the conference.

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Minutes of the meeting of the Task Force at BPM 2010

These are the minutes of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining Meeting at BPM 2010 September 15th 2010, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken NJ.

Although the meeting was running in parallel with other sessions (including presentations of task force members and process mining related demo's), it was well visited. About 20 people attended.

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IEEE World Congress on Computational intelligence (WCCI2010)

Dear IEEE Task Force members,

I am pleased to announce a special session at the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI2010) with the title ‘Computational Intelligence Approaches to Process Mining and Optimisation’. A call for papers is included in this email. Please feel free to redistribute this call to colleagues,

Best Regards,

Chris Turner

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New events to promote the research, development, education and understanding of process mining (as per June 2010)