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.

Current

Natasja van der Keijl (2022). Utrecht University.

Mick Hendriks (2022). Utrecht University.

Sven Lugtigheid (2022). Utrecht University.