Service-oriented ArchitecturesBusiness Process ManagementComplex Event ProcessingProcess Mining
Claudio Di Ciccio is an assistant professor with the Institute for Information Business at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (WU Vienna), Austria. His research interests include process mining, declarative process modelling, and complex event processing. His work in these fields has been published in international conferences such as BPM and CoopIS, and journals, including Decision Support Systems, Information Systems and ACM Transaction on Management Information Systems. In 2015, his paper entitled “Ensuring Model Consistency in Declarative Process Discovery” has received the best paper award of the 13th conference on Business Process Management. He is member of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining, and serves as a reviewer for international journals, including ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, Data & Knowledge Engineering, and Formal Aspects of Computing. He has been a PC member of conferences and workshops, such as IJCAI, SIMPDA, and SSCI, and has been the co-organizer of the Workshop on the Role of Real-world objects in Business Process Management Systems (RW-BPMS) in 2015 and 2016.
From 2013 to 2015, he has worked as Project Staff Member (Post-doc) for WU Vienna in the context of the “GET Service” EU FP7 project. He received his Ph.D. with honourable mention in 2013 at Sapienza, University of Rome, with a thesis on the automated discovery of flexible workflows from semi-structured text data sources. Previously, he had worked as research assistant for the “SM4All” EU FP7 project at Sapienza. He graduated as a B.Sc. (2005) and as an M.Sc. (2008) in Engineering in Computer Science at Sapienza, University of Rome.