Andrea Burattin, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Info and Contacts

My name is Andrea Burattin, and I am a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computer Science at the BPM Research Cluster of the University of Innsbruck.

Under the supervision of Prof. Alessandro Sperduti, on April 8th 2013, I defended my Ph.D. thesis. The thesis won the Best Process Mining Dissertation Award and has been developed into the Springer monograph “Process Mining Techniques in Business Environments”.

I am member of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining, and of IEEE.

Hornafjörður, in Höfn, Iceland.

Hornafjörður, in Höfn, Iceland.

Moon over a hutong (胡同) near Qianmen street (前门大街景区) in Beijing, China.

Moon over a hutong (胡同) near Qianmen street (前门大街景区) in Beijing, China.

Manhattan (New York) from the Hudson river.

Manhattan (New York) from the Hudson river.

Recently Happened

Jul 2016
Two papers accepted for TAProViz 2016 ("Visualization of the Evolution of Layout Metrics for Business Process Models" and "Eye Tracking Meets the Process of Process Modeling: a Visual Analytic Approach") and a demo paper ("PLG2: Multiperspective Process Randomization with Online and Oine Simulations") for BPM 2016.
May 2016
From May 23rd till May 27th I'll be visiting Jorge Munoz-Gama and Marcos Sepúlveda at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Jul 2015
New paper accepted on IEEE Transactions on Services Computing: "Online Discovery of Declarative Process Models from Event Streams".
Jun 2015
Accepted paper "Toward an Anonymous Process Mining" at FiCloud 2015.
Jun 2015
The monograph "Process Mining Techniques in Business Environments" is now available. The book encompasses a revised version of the author's PhD thesis, which won the "Best Process Mining Dissertation Award" in 2014.

Contact Details

Andrea Burattin New Affiliation
ICT Building
Technikerstraße 21a
6020 Innsbruck
Austria

P: +43 (0) 512-507-53352
E-mail: andrea…@uibk.ac.at (click to reveal the full address)