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Department of Computer Science
Enterprise Computing

Virtual Lecture Series on Business Process Management

The course provides a contemporary synopsis of current topics of business process management (BPM) education and research. It is a lecture series by renowned scholars of the field. Students will gather fresh insights on how to structure BPM, conduct BPM, and also analyze BPM using process mining as talks will cover novel frameworks, conceptualizations, procedures, and techniques. Students will also gain a deeper understanding of open issues and challenges.

The course covers the following main areas as well as further topics:

  • Digitalization of Processes
    The digital age provides new technologies to innovate processes
  • Process Automation
    Next to established BPM systems, software robots enable lightweight robotic process automation
  • Process Analytics and Artificial Intelligence
    Process mining and deep learning facilitate new insights
  • Process Transformation
    Coordination and collaboration can become more decentral
Virtual Lecture Series on BPM - Speakers © Janiesch (2022)


Michael zur Mühlen - Stevens University of Technology, United States

Jan vom Brocke - University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein

Maximilian Röglinger - University of Bayreuth, Germany

Michael Rosemann - Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Christian Janiesch - TU Dortmund University, Germany

Hajo Reijers - Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Mathieu Jonker - Artilience, The Netherlands

Adela del río Ortega - Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Agnes Koschmider - University of Bayreuth, Germany

Marlon Dumas - University of Tartu, Estonia

Jan Mendling - Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Ingo Weber - Technische Universität München, Germany

Flavia Santoro - University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Last updated: 31-03-2022