About the Laboratory
The laboratory was founded in January 2013 under the scientific supervision of Professor Wil van der Aalst, one of the world's leading computer scientists and the most influential researchers in fields such as business process management and process analysis (Process Mining).
The main tasks of the laboratory:
- conducting fundamental research in the field of theory and practice of extraction and analysis of processes;
- conducting applied research on modeling, analysis, improvement and monitoring of processes in specific areas of economics, informatics, management, public administration;
- examination and testing of computer systems for modeling, analysis and monitoring of processes developed by other organizations or scientific groups;
- organization of leading scientific forums on scientific topics of the Laboratory;
- development of new and modernization of existing training courses and teaching materials on the theory and practice of modeling, analysis, improvement and monitoring of processes, taking into account the scientific research carried out in the Laboratory;
- organizing the work of students of the Higher School of Economics and its branches on term and final qualification works on scientific topics of the Laboratory;
- organization of dissertation research of undergraduates and postgraduates of NRU HSE and its branches on scientific topics of the Laboratory;
- organization of educational research seminars and master classes for undergraduate and graduate students of the HSE and its branches;
- organization of internships for students and postgraduates of the Higher School of Economics and its branches at enterprises, institutions and organizations, in state and local authorities, in international organizations;
- organization of advanced training and professional retraining of specialists in the field of modeling and analysis of processes.
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