Thesis supervision

  • A. Ouali (2018). Using qualitative comparative analysis to understand flexible healthcare processes. VU Amsterdam.
  • M. Musman (2019). Patient journey mapping in Nederlandse ziekenhuizen. Amsterdam UMC.
  • M. Finnegan (2019). Fisheye procesvisualisatie ten behoeve van visualisatie van process mining spaghettimodellen. Amsterdam UMC.
  • N. Cholinski (2019). Knowledge sharing during the five stages of organizational growth. University of Amsterdam.
  • R. Fleur (2019). Examining the critical factors of a collaboration platform implementation in a Dutch SME. University of Amsterdam.
  • N. Gies (2020). Mission-critical workarounds. Utrecht University.
  • G. Marchavilas (2020). In search of an appropriate notation to model workarounds. Utrecht University.
  • V. van Andel (2020). Using process mining to detect workarounds that are used to reach an alternative goal. Utrecht University.
  • L. Lomans (2021). Project or process? The creation of a conceptual assessment framework. Utrecht University. 
  • J. van der Zee (2021). PM4CP: An extension for the PM2 methodology for the use of process mining in care pathways. Utrecht University.
  • R. Post (2021). Active Anomaly Detection in Process Mining. Utrecht University.
  • B. Hannewijk (2021). Process Mining in Manufacturing: Measuring and Improving Assembly Line Performance with Process Mining Techniques. Utrecht University.
  • D. Koekkoek (2021). Is everything registered correctly, doctor? An evaluation on data quality to improve process mining results in healthcare. Utrecht University.
  • N. Bainathsah (2022). The application of Process Mining in the Discovery, Analysis and Comparison of the Hospital Discharge Process – A case Study. Utrecht University.


  • Natasja van der Keijl (2022). Utrecht University.
  • Mick Hendriks (2022). Utrecht University.
  • Sven Lugtigheid (2022). Utrecht University.