Friday, 8th of July

8:45 – 10:15

Applications II: Using Process Mining for Financial Auditing

Presenter: Mieke Jans, Hasselt University, Belgium

To conclude the summer school, we will dive into a specific application domain where process mining holds great potential: financial auditing. In this session, an introduction will be given to the auditing environment (what is a financial audit, what is the difference between an internal and an external audit, how is an audit typically conducted…?). Next, you will learn how the main process mining techniques can be used throughout an audit engagement and how this can potentially change the audit profession.

10:45 – 12:15

Applications III: Robotic Process Automation

Presenter: Marlon Dumas, University of Tartu and Apromore, Estonia

In this lecture, you will learn about different techniques to analyze User Interaction (UI) logs to: (i) understand the differences in performance between workers or teams; and (ii) to discover repetitive routines that can be automated using robotic process automation, with an emphasis on routines for data transfer across software applications.


Short Closing Session

Presenter: Marco Pegoraro, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

We’ll close this summer school with some words from the main organizers before the final lunch.