Online Public Lecture: Turning Data into Value with Process Mining

Date: 09 June 2020
Other languages: Русский язык |
June 9th 2020, 2:00-2:45pm (Bishkek time, GMT+6)
Online Public Lecture

Josephine Hubert
Academic Alliance Manager at Celonis
Have you ever heard about Process Mining? Process Mining uses data science to reconstruct organisational processes and reveal bottlenecks based on data stored in IT systems. With its academic DNA, Process Mining has not only turned into a budding research field but also transformed the way organisations operate. The talk will cover an introduction to Process Mining both from an academic and applied perspective, as well as a live demonstration of the software.

Josephine Hubert, Academic Alliance Manager at Celonis, is responsible for the global education and research cooperation program at Celonis. She graduated from Maastricht University with a Master in Psychology as well as from the Technical University of Munich with a Master in Education.  

Lecture Format
This lecture will be conducted online via Zoom conferencing on June 9th at 2:00pm (GMT+6, Kyrgyzstan time). Join the meeting at:, or use the Zoom Meeting ID (918 8180 4947) and password (1WDZ6fLq). If you do not already have Zoom installed on your computer, visit:
The lecture will be delivered in English.

About Celonis
As one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Europe, Celonis grew from a student start-up into the global market leader, and pioneer of digital transformation, as well as recent tech-unicorn realising millions of savings for global players like Lufthansa, Vodafone or Uber. Celonis began in 2011 in founder and co-CEO Bastian Nominacher’s apartment. In just a few short years, the Celonis team has expanded to a size of around 900 people with a growing number of offices around the world. Celonauts from over 40 different nationalities make up Celonis’ widely-diverse team of innovators. In 2018, Celonis achieved the “Unicorn” status, valued at over $1 Billion USD. In Fall 2019, Celonis received $290 million in a Series C funding round, giving the company a $2.5 billion valuation.

Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.
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