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Fluxicon Academic Initiative for Process Mining
We can't quite believe it ourselves, but it has been almost two years since we left the academic world to found our startup Fluxicon, where we want to bring the power of process mining to professionals. To say that we owe a lot to the academic community is rather an understatement. We wanted to give something back to that community.
We are convinced that it is essential to foster research and education in process mining, a technology that we believe will shape the future of BPM. This is why today we are excited to announce the Fluxicon Academic Initiative for Process Mining!
For our academic partners we provide:
1) Free tickets for our tool Nitro for all researchers and students.
Nitro fills the gap between real-life logs and ProM. It helps researchers to focus on their case study, or a new process mining algorithm. In an education setting, it allows students to experience the whole scope of a process mining project, starting from raw CSV data.
2) Slides and instructions for a process mining hands-on tutorial based on Nitro and ProM.
We have given this tutorial multiple times, and it has been used successfully at several universities already. It is a great starting point for including process mining in BPM courses or seminars.
We are excited and immensely grateful that 20 universities are joining us as launching partners of our Academic Initiative, including some of the most excellent institutes for BPM and process mining research and education around the globe. If your university is not on this list, please get in touch with us (at firstname.lastname@example.org) to join our academic initiative!
Visit the website of our Academic Initiative here:
All the best,
Anne & Christian
P.S.: Read our blog post about our Academic Initiative here: http://fluxicon.com/s/2x