Conferences on Business Process Management

Business Process Management Conferences

Welcome to the website of the BPM conference series. Since 2003, the International Conference on Business Process Management is the premier conference for researchers and practitioners in the field of Business Process Management. The conference series is managed by a Steering Committee, chaired by Jan Mendling.

BPM 2024 in Krakow, Poland, September 1-6, 2024

Welcome to the BPM 2024 conference in Krakow, Poland, to be held from September 1-6, 2024. BPM 2024 is the 22nd conference in a series that provides the most prestigious forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of Business Process Management. Over the past decade, the conference has built its reputation by showcasing leading-edge research of the highest quality together with talks, tutorials and discussions by the most renown thought leaders and innovators in the field. The BPM conference series embraces the diversity and richness of the BPM field and serves as a melting pot for experts from a mix of disciplines including Computer Science, Information Systems Engineering, and Management.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you at BPM 2024, organized by the AGH University of Krakow.

More information can be found at

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to BPM 2024!

Edyta Brzychczy, Krzysztof Kluza
(BPM 2024 General Chairs)

BPM 2024

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The BPM community is committed to the promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all aspects of our professional activities. We celebrate the diversity in our community and welcome everyone regardless of age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, country of origin, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, education, and work experience. We encourage all participants to consider DEI in their writing, reviews, presentations, and all interactions related to the BPM conference. The BPM community has a tradition of researching and experimenting with real-world applications and, as such, needs to find the balance between research and societal events that shape our lives as a liberal society that supports DEI principles. Therefore, the conference participants should feel free to express themselves on all topics within and beyond our interests as a research community and to do so in a non-aggravating and respectful manner, being considerate to those who are the possible victims of, a.o., violence, war, or political oppression and making use of this special opportunity to gather in an international setting to better understand multiple view points in a safe and inclusive environment.