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Francesca Zerbato <[log in to unmask]>
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	     Call for Contributions

  5TH International Conference on Process Mining
		 (ICPM 2023)

       23-27 October 2023 - Rome (Italy)


Call for Contributions

PhD candidates working in the area of Process Mining are invited to submit their proposals for participation in a Doctoral Consortium, which will be held on Friday, October 27, 2023, in conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM 2023) in Rome, Italy. 

The Doctoral Consortium has the following objectives:

- to provide valuable feedback on students’ research topics, directions, methods and plans;
- to help students pitch their research ideas to peers in the research community;
- to promote the development of a community of scholars that will help students in their future  careers; 
- to introduce new scholars to the process mining research community and provide opportunities to meet and interact with experienced researchers. 

The PhD candidates of the accepted proposals are expected to present their PhD project at the Doctoral Consortium. During the event, there will be interactive sessions to discuss diverse aspects of the presented project with experts in the field. 

We welcome submissions of topics related to Process Mining, among others: 

* Automated Discovery of Process Models
* Conformance/compliance Analysis
* Construction of Event Logs
* Event Log Quality Improvement
* Decision Mining for Processes
* Rule/constraint-based Process Mining
* Mining from non-process-aware systems 
* Analyzing Event Streams
* Object-centric and Multi-instance Process Mining
* Data-centric Process Mining
* Multi-perspective Process Mining
* Simulation/optimization for Process Mining
* Predictive Process Analytics
* Prescriptive Process Analytics and Recommender Systems
* Responsible Process Mining
* Privacy-preserving Process Mining
* Process Model Repair
* Process Performance Mining
* Variants/deviance Analysis and Root-cause Analysis
* Visual Process Analytics
* Process Monitoring
* Process Querying and Repositories

Participants will benefit from the advice of senior researchers in the field and from interaction with peers at a similar stage of their careers. Also, they will receive valuable feedback on how to shape their thesis from experts in the area, which could be useful to participate in the Best Process Mining Dissertation Award at ICPM at the end of their Ph.D. program. 

Paper Submission:

PhD candidates interested in engaging in detailed discussions on their research at the Doctoral Consortium are invited to submit an extended abstract that describes their thesis work and elaborates on the following discussion points in particular: 

1. The main research question guiding the envisaged research; 
2. The motivation of the research questions (what is new about the research question and why is this important to be investigated?); 
3. The initial ideas on the solution being proposed and its validity; 
4. The planned research methodology and possible techniques being applied, with specific attention  on how the results are going to be validated; 
5. The relation of the work to the state of the art, especially (but not only) in process mining research. 

The manuscript must be written in English and prepared using the latest IEEE Computational Intelligence Society conference proceedings guidelines (8.5" Ă— 11" two-column format). The manuscript should not exceed 2 pages and should be submitted as a single PDF file. 

Important Dates:

- Abstract submission [Extended]: August 16, 2023 (*)
- Notification: September 6, 2023
- Camera-ready submission: September 27, 2023 (*)
- Consortium: October 27, 2023

(*) AoE

PhD Consortium Chairs
- Cristina Cabanillas, University of Seville (Spain)
- Jan Martijn van der Werf, Utrecht University (The Netherlands)

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