Student team of the Master's programme "Information Engineering and Computer Science" wins Business Process Intelligence (BPI) Challenge 2019
A student team of the Master's programme "Information Engineering and Computer Science" has won the Business Process Intelligence (BPI) Challenge 2019.
FLTR: Mounisha Juluru, Vincent F. A. Meyer zu Wickern, Anshu Roy, Viet-Hung Vu, Thi-Thu-Hang Nguyen, and Prof. Dr. Timo Kahl.
The entries were reviewed by professors from several renowned universities and organizations. Supervised by Prof. Dr. Timo Kahl, the students of the Faculty of Communication and Environment developed the compliance analysis of a purchasing process. They divided the data records according to meaningful criteria and then produced a detailed business process disclosure. Taking into account the generated process models, a predictive process mining solution was developed at the end of the project in order to be able to forecast inconforming order items at an early stage and to analyse the influencing factors of these inconforming purchases. The award ceremony took place on Monday evening at the "International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM)" in Aachen.