The first official Process Mining Summer School has concluded.

The lectures of the Summer School have been recorded, and are now available freely on YouTube!

The Process Mining Handbook collects the lectures in a more detailed technical way, and allow you to dive deep into state-of-the-art process mining topics. Out with open access!

The first Summer School on Process Mining organized by the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining took place in Aachen, Germany from 4 to 8 July 2022. 130 participants and 20 speakers from all over the world gathered in Aachen.

The course was given by renowned experts in the field. Wil van der Aalst and Josep Carmona are the course directors, and the event is supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and RWTH Aachen University. It took place in the Super C, one of the most modern and representative buildings of RWTH Aachen University.

Young researchers (such as PhD students and Postdocs) are the primary target audience, but the school and resulting materials will also be very interesting for practitioners, students, and senior researchers. The summer school has introductory lectures and lectures focusing on applications in healthcare, auditing, and robotic process automation. Moreover, different process discovery and conformance checking techniques are presented in detail. Lectures on data preprocessing, data quality, performance analysis, predictive analytics, and responsible process mining complete the picture. Next to the lectures, there’s also hands-on sessions with (open-source) process mining tools.


The first iteration of the Process Mining Summer School will take place in the beautiful setting of the Super C, established within RWTH Aachen University, in North Rhine-Westphalia.

This building, home of the RWTH Student Services, is the beating heart of the academic life in Aachen. Situated in the city center, the Super C offers a splendid view of the skyline of the city and its many historical landmarks. Powered by a 2500 meters deep geothermal borehole, the Super C connects RWTH’s past innovations in mining engineering with state-of-the-art green energy technologies.

For more information on the Super C, please refer to the official website.

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