BPM 2017, Barcelona, Spain

  • Best paper award
    • Arik Senderovich, Matthias Weidlich and Avigdor Gal: Temporal Network Representation of Event Logs for Improved Performance Modelling in Business Processes
  • Best student paper award
    • Florian Richter (with Thomas Seidl): TESSERACT: Time-drifts in Event Streams using Series of Evolving Rolling Averages of Completion Times
  • Best reviewer award: Ekkart Kindler
  • Best dissertation award
    • Arik Senderovich: Queue Mining: Service Perspectives in Process Mining
    • Runners-up
      • Johannes De Smedt: Studies on Declarative Process Modeling and Its Relation to Procedural Techniques
      • Monika Malinova: A language for designing process maps
  • Test of time award
    • Shazia Sadiq, Guido Governatori & Kioumars Namiri: Modeling Control Objectives for Business Process Compliance
    • Runner-up: Jussi Vanhatalo, Hagen V√∂lzer & Jana Koehler: The Refined Process Structure Tree