Register for ICPM 2020 today!


Presented by Massimiliano de Leoni and Alessandro Sperduti

As announced in the previous edition of this newsletter, the flagship conference of process mining will be a fully virtual event: ICPM 2020 will be “the virtual place to be” for anyone working in the area!

ICPM 2020 aims to be a lively event where not only research and practice advances in the field are presented, but also discussions and e-networking are fostered, without requiring travel from the attendees. This allows the participants from anywhere in the world to actively contribute to ICPM, despite the exceptional circumstances of the COVID-19 outbreak. The major Process Mining leaders have already confirmed their presence at the conference, both from the academia and the industry sector!

The participation in the conference is free of charge. However, registration is required to obtain access to the WHOVA platform, which will be used to share the programme, the available contents, as well as to access the online presentations, interact with other attendees and with the sponsors. If you have not yet registered, go to and proceed. Hurry up: the registration system closes on September the 26th. Don’t miss the chance!

The programme is very rich, running over a period of six days from Sunday, October the 4th to Friday, October the 9th. It is also very diversified to embrace academia, industry, and software vendors. Three days of the program are devoted to the research track (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), where 23 academics will present their latest Process Mining research. On Wednesday, ICPM 2020 will feature an industry day of excellent speakers who will report on their experience in applying Process Mining in their companies. The industry day will be complemented on Thursday by a panel.

Other co-located initiatives are the “cherry on top”: ICPM includes several tool demonstrations (Tuesday and Thursday), three Process Mining contests (Monday), a doctoral consortium (Sunday), to pave the research roads of new Process Mining researchers, as well as a series of exciting workshops (Monday) to delineate the future Process Mining research. The workshops have been a novel addition to this conference edition with respect to ICPM 2019, which has certainly been a success, judging the excellent response in terms of the number of submitted papers.

The programme is available on The program of the other tracks and sessions will be published as soon as it is finalized, so stay tuned: Register on and visit to know the latest news about the conference.

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  • This article has been updated on October 6 2020, 19:48.
  • Presented by Massimiliano de Leoni and Alessandro Sperduti