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 | ::: | **Projects:​** | [[:​research:​projects:​bsr|3TU.BSR]],​ [[:​research:​projects:​dsce|DSC/​e & NWO Graduate Program]], [[:​research:​projects:​rise_bpm|RISE BPM]] | | ::: | **Projects:​** | [[:​research:​projects:​bsr|3TU.BSR]],​ [[:​research:​projects:​dsce|DSC/​e & NWO Graduate Program]], [[:​research:​projects:​rise_bpm|RISE BPM]] |
 | ::: | **Courses:​** | [[:​education:​courses:​2017:​2imi10|2IMI10]],​ [[:​education:​courses:​2017:​ha020|Big Data Honors Track]] |  | ::: | **Courses:​** | [[:​education:​courses:​2017:​2imi10|2IMI10]],​ [[:​education:​courses:​2017:​ha020|Big Data Honors Track]] | 
-| ::: | **Links:** | [[https://​nl.linkedin.com/​in/​maikelleemans|Personal home page]], [[http://​scholar.google.com/​citations?​user=nYqulZUAAAAJ|Google scholar page]], [[https://​www.scopus.com/​authid/​detail.uri?​authorId=56437619100|Scopus page]], [[http://​www.tue.nl/​staff/​m.leemans|TU/​e employee page]] |+| ::: | **Links:** | [[https://​nl.linkedin.com/​in/​maikelleemans|Personal home page]], [[http://​scholar.google.com/​citations?​user=nYqulZUAAAAJ|Google scholar page]], [[https://​www.scopus.com/​authid/​detail.uri?​authorId=56437619100|Scopus ​page]], [[http://​dblp.uni-trier.de/​pers/​hd/​l/​Leemans:​Maikel|DBLP ​page]], [[http://​www.tue.nl/​staff/​m.leemans|TU/​e employee page]] |
 | Maikel is a PhD student within the AIS group where his main research is in the area of process mining. More concretely, his research interests focus on the analysis of software, where he looks at finding common usage patterns, possible deviations and options how to improve the usage process by changing the software. ​ ||| | Maikel is a PhD student within the AIS group where his main research is in the area of process mining. More concretely, his research interests focus on the analysis of software, where he looks at finding common usage patterns, possible deviations and options how to improve the usage process by changing the software. ​ |||