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Watch Wil van der Aalst at Process Mining Camp 2015

The preparations for this year’s Process Mining Camp are running at full speed! If you can’t attend but would like to receive the presentations and video recordings afterwards, sign up for the Camp mailing list here.

To get us all into the proper camp spirit, we have started to release the videos from last year’s camp. If you have missed them before, check out the videos of Léonard Studer from the City of Lausanne, Willy van de Schoot from Atos International, Joris Keizers from Veco, Mieke Jans from Hasselt University, Bart van Acker from Radboudumc, Edmar Kok from DUO, and Anne Rozinat from Fluxicon.

The last event at Process Mining Camp 2015 was a Fireside chat interview with Prof. Wil van der Aalst from Eindhoven University of Technology. Anne and Wil discussed the success of the Process Mining MOOC on Coursera, why people are struggling with the case ID notion in process mining, how process mining fits into data science in general, and how the process mining field has evolved over time.

Do you want to see the “godfather” of process mining answer our, and the camp audience’s, questions? Watch Wil’s fireside chat now!

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