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Title : Workflow and Business Process Mining File
Time : 16:00 ~ 18:00 Feb. 17 (Sun) 2019
Speaker : Prof. Kwanghoon Pio Kim, Ph.D. CTRL, Collaboration Technology Research Lab. Division of Computer Science and Engineering, KYONGGI UNIVERSITY, South Korea
Kwanghoon Pio Kim is a full professor of computer science and engineering division at Kyonggi University, South Korea. At Kyonggi, he is now in charge of dean of the computer and information center and the director of the contents convergence software research institute. He received B.S. degree in computer science from Kyonggi University in 1984. And he received M.S. degree in computer science from Chungang University in 1986. He also received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the computer science department at the University of Colorado Boulder, in 1994 and 1998, respectively. He had worked as researcher and developer at Aztek Engineering, American Educational Products Inc., and IBM in USA, as well as at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in South Korea. In present, he is a vice-chair of the BPM Korea Forum. He has been in charge of a country-chair (Korea) and ERC vice-chair of the Workflow Management Coalition. His research interests include groupware, workflow management systems, BPM (business process management), ACM (adaptive case management), CSCW (computer-supported cooperative work), advanced information control net theories, collaboration theories, Grid/P2P distributed systems, workflow and business process intelligence, workflow process mining, workflow-supported social networks and knowledge analysis, data intensive workflow, process-aware Internet of Things, and process-aware information systems.

Abstract : The workflow (and business process) literature has been mainly looking for efficient redesigning and reengineering approaches because of not only that workflow procedures are becoming massively large-scaled and complicated, but also, nevertheless, that their life-cycle and recycling (reengineering) periods are becoming swiftly shorter. In other words, BPRs (or WPRs), like business process redesign, reengineering, and restructuring, need to be done frequently and even dynamically as well. In order to perform the BPRs efficiently and effectively, we ought to consider the workflow and business process enactment audit and event history traces logged and collected from the runtime and diagnosis phases of the workflow and business process management system. From

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