Newsletter stream #11 (12/2022)


The festive season has arrived! Sit back and relax with the new issue of the Process Mining newsletter. Welcome to the eleventh issue!

In this issue, we have an interview by Jan Mendling with Dennis Preuss, Chief Data Officer with EY Global Assurance and executive sponsor and advocate of Process Mining at EY. Maximilian Röglinger, professor of Information Systems and Business Process Management (BPM) at the University of Bayreuth, narrates his academic story and illustrates his three main streams of research: anything-to-log, automated process improvement, and organising for process mining. Marco Montali shares with us his reflections on ICPM 2022 in Bolzano. The XES Working Group reports on the XES/OCED symposium, co-located with ICPM 2022.

To conclude, we are glad to announce that the Fifth International Conference on Process Mining is going to be hosted by the Sapienza University of Rome! To stay up to date with the latest news on the location, organization committees, support opportunities, and more, visit In the editions of this newsletter to come, we will be happy to share more information on the next edition of ICPM!

The links to the articles are below. Happy reading! As always, your valuable input is welcome for the upcoming newsletter issues. Feel free and welcome to contact us at


  1. Academic stories: Maximilian Röglinger academic stories challenge and study end-users corner exploring newland
    Narrated by Maximilian Röglinger
  2. End-user’s corner: Dennis Preuss end-users corner
    Interviewed by Jan Mendling
  3. ICPM 2022: Some reflections ICPM
    Written by Marco Montali
  4. The XES/OCED symposium at ICPM 2022 ICPM XES challenge and study exploring newland
    Announced by the XES working group