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business process management, cyberphysical systems, and
the Internet of Things (IoT), with applications in multiple
fields, including smart cities and the food IoT.
Udo Kannengiesser (udo.kannengiesser@jku.at) is a
professor at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. He
previously worked for several software companies,
research institutes, and universities in Australia, Germany,
and Austria. His research interests include design computing, design cognition, design creativity, design methodology, distributed systems, process management, and digital manufacturing.
Francesco Leotta (francesco.leotta@uniroma1.it) is an
assistant professor in the Department of Computer, Control,
and Management Engineering, Sapienza Università di Roma,
Italy. His research interests concern algorithmic, methodological, experimental, and practical aspects in different
areas of computer science, including ubiquitous computing,
human-computer interaction, and digital humanities. Such
topics are challenged in the application domains of smart
spaces, smart manufacturing, and cultural heritage.
Felix Mannhardt (felix.mannhardt@sintef.no) is a parttime associate professor at NTNU Norwegian University of
Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. He also works
as research scientist in the technology management department of SINTEF Digital, where he co-founded the company
KIT-AR. He is a member of the IEEE Task Force on Process
Mining and contributed significantly to the ProM and bupaR
frameworks. His research interests include using low-level
event data for process mining as well trust and privacy concerns connected to process mining.
Andrea Marrella (andrea.marrella@uniroma1.it) is an
assistant professor at Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy.
Since 2017, he has been information director of Journal of
Data and Information Quality. His research interests
focus on how to integrate artificial intelligence with business process management solutions to untangle complex
challenges from the fields of process mining and robotic
process automation.
Jan Mendling (jan.mendling@wu.ac.at) is a full professor at Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna, Austria. He
is a member of the board of the Austrian Society for Process Management (http://prozesse.at), a cofounder of the
Berlin Business Process Management (BPM) Community
of Practice (http://www.bpmb.de), and a member of the
IEEE Task Force on Process Mining. He is a coauthor of
the textbooks Fundamentals of Business Process Management (http://fundamentals-of-bpm.org/) and Wirtschaftsinformatik. His research interests include BPM and information systems.
Andreas Oberweis (andreas.oberweis@kit.edu) has
been a professor of applied informatics at the Karlsruhe
Institute of Technology (KIT) since 2003. He is a board
member of the FZI Research Center for Information
Technology in Karlsruhe and a cofounder of several
companies in the field of business process management.
His research interests lie at the border between soft-

ware engineering, business process management, and
database management.
Manfred Reichert (manfred.reichert@uni-ulm.de) is a
professor of computer science at, and director of, the Databases and Information Systems Institute, Ulm University,
Germany. He was a cofounder of AristaFlow, and several of
his techniques have been applied in health care, logistics,
automotive engineering, and Industry 4.0. His research interests span the fields of process and data science, information
systems engineering, and digital services.
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (stefanie.rinderle-ma@univie
.ac.at) is a full professor in the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna, Austria. Her research interests
include process-aware information systems, distributed process technology, digitalized compliance management, and
business process intelligence, with application areas such as
manufacturing and health care.
Estefanía Serral (estefania.serralasensio@kuleuven
.be) is an assistant professor at KU Leuven, Belgium. In
2018, she was an assistant professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. From 2012 to 2014, she
led the Semantic Knowledge Representation and Integration
research group at the Christian Doppler Laboratories, Technical University of Vienna, Austria. She has authored more
than 100 research papers in conferences and journals. Her
research interests focus on the IoT, business process management, and context-adaptive systems.
WenZhan Song (wsong@uga.edu) is a chair professor
of electrical and computer engineering at the University of
Georgia. His research interests include cyberphysical systems informatics and security and their applications in energy, health, and environment systems, where distributed
sensing, networking, computing, and security play a critical
role and need a transformative study.
Jianwen Su (su@cs.ucsb.edu) is a professor of computer science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He
has chaired different conferences, including the Symposium
of Principals of Database Systems, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Management of
Data Conference, and the International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing. His research interests include
data management and business process management, the
Internet of Things, and service-oriented computing.
Victoria Torres (vtorres@pros.upv.es) is an associate
professor at Universitat Politècnica de València. She is a
member of the Valencian Research Institute for Artificial
Intelligence, working actively in areas such as business process management, the Internet of Things, metamodeling,
web engineering, and model-driven development. Since
2010, she has participated in national and European projects
(Open Platform for the Engineering of Embedded Systems,
State Information and Technology Advisory Committee, and
Developer Companion for Documented and Annotated
Code Reference).
Matthias Weidlich (matthias.weidlich@hu-berlin.de) is
a professor and chair of databases and information systems
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