International Conference on Processs Mining

The International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM) is the flagship conference of the international process mining community. The first ICPM conference that took place in Aachen (Germany) in June 2019 turned out to be an immediate success. Over 420 participants attended the first process mining conference. The interaction between top scientists, the leading vendors, and process mining practitioners makes this conference unique.

The second ICPM conference was organized by the University of  Padua (Italy) but took place virtually in October 2020. The conference featured, next to the main scientific track, focused workshops (on specific topics in process mining) and an industry day with presentations about large-scale process mining applications.

The third ICPM conference was organized by the Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), took place late October - early November 2021 and also featured a main scientific track, focused workshops and an industry day. However, the setup of the presentations were changed to 15 minutes per presentations followed by a panel discussion per session, which led to engaging discussions. Furthermore, the workshop papers were published open-access.

The fourth ICPM conference was organized by the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy), took place from October 23 to October 28. Like the earlier conferences, this conference featured a main scientific track, focused workshop and an industry day. The presentation setup was changed slightly to allow for 5 minutes of questions following every presentation.

After the large successes of these first four editions, the Fifth International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM 2023) will take place in Rome, Italy, from the 23rd to the 27th of October. Visit to stay up to date with the conference. The website is continuously updated as soon as new aspects of the conference organisation are confirmed!

The ICPM conference series was created by the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining after two decades of process mining research. It is the first and only vendor-independent process mining conference and brings together the leading minds in process mining. See for details.