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IEEE XES Schema updated

On March 8, 2019, an issue was detected in the IEEE XES schema. The issue was that the log attributes had to precede the extensions, globals, and classifiers, while the standards explicitly states that they should follow them. To fix this issue, the schema was updated.

The original IEEE XES schema also still exists, if needed.

Run 10 of “Introduction to process mining with ProM” MOOC starts on April 1st, 2019

On April 1, 2019, the tenth run of the free FutureLearn online course ‘Introduction to process mining with ProM’ will start. Join the 13.000 students who enrolled before you and join the course now!

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Run 4 of “Process Mining in Healthcare” MOOC starts on April 1st, 2019

On April 1, 2019, the fourth run of the free FutureLearn online course ‘Process mining in healthcare’ will start, register now! We are happy to be able to run this course again, after over 2,500 students registered for the first three runs.

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XES Certification for ProcessGold 14 approved

On January 18, 2019, the XES WG has approved the requested XES Certification (Levels A, B, C, and D and flag X for import, none for export) for ProcessGold 14. This makes ProcessGold the fifth tool that has received a XES Certification from the XES WG, and the first industry tool that includes certified support for event classifiers.

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XES Certification for Pm4py 0.1 approved

On December 20, 2018, the XES WG has approved the requested XES Certification (Levels A, B, C, and D and flag X for both import and export) for Pm4py. This makes Pm4py the fourth tool that has received a XES Certification from the XES WG.

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XES artifact lifecycle extension approved

On December 5, 2018, the XES WG has approved the XES artifact lifecycle extension. THis extension is now considered to be a standard XES extension.

Call for Nominations: Best Process Mining Dissertation Award

As part of the establishment of the International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM), we are calling for applications for the 2018 edition of the Best Process Mining Dissertation Award.

Eligible candidates are those who officially obtained a PhD degree in 2018 in the field of process mining. The term process mining is interpreted broadly: The use of data produced during the execution of business, software, or system processes, in order to extract knowledge or insights to manage these processes.

The winner will receive the award at the ICPM’2019 Conference in Aachen, Germany on 24-26 June 2019. The award is connected with a monetary prize (exact amount to be announced later) and a free registration to the ICPM conference. The winner is also offered the option to publish the dissertation thesis in Springer’s LNBIP series.

Candidates are nominated by their primary supervisor via a nomination letter (but the application is submitted by the candidate). A supervisor is only allowed to nominate one candidate. The candidate is responsible for submitting the nomination material via Easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bpmda2019

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