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Dr. Claudio Di Ciccio

Assist­ant Pro­fessor


WU (Vi­enna Uni­versity of Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness)
De­part­ment of In­form­a­tion Sys­tems and Op­er­a­tions
In­sti­tute for In­form­a­tion Busi­ness
Build­ing D2, En­trance C, 3rd Floor
Welthan­delsplatz 1, 1020 Vi­enna, Aus­tria

Email: clau­dio.di.cic­
Web­site: http://di­cic­
Phone: +43-1-31336/5222
Fax: +43-1-31336/905222
Con­sulta­tion on Ap­point­ment

Clau­dio Di Cic­cio is an assist­ant pro­fessor at the In­sti­tute for In­form­a­tion Busi­ness and mem­ber of the Re­search In­sti­tute for Cryp­toe­co­nom­ics at the Vi­enna Uni­versity of Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness (WU Vi­enna), Aus­tria. His re­search in­terests in­clude pro­cess min­ing, de­clar­at­ive pro­cess mod­el­ling, and cryp­toe­co­nom­ics. He has pub­lished more than 50 re­search pa­pers and articles, among oth­ers in In­form­a­tion Sys­temsDe­cision Sup­port Sys­temsACM Trans­ac­tions on Man­age­ment In­form­a­tion Sys­tems, and IEEE In­ter­net Com­put­ing. He is mem­ber of the IEEE Task Force on Pro­cess Min­ing. He serves as a re­viewer for in­ter­na­tional journ­als, in­clud­ing ACM TOSEM, In­form­a­tion Sys­tems, and DKE, and has been a PC mem­ber of con­fer­ences and work­shops, such as BPM, IJ­CAI, and IC­SSP. He is the or­gan­iser of in­ter­na­tional work­shops in­clud­ing the Work­shop on De­clar­at­ive/De­cision/Hy­brid Min­ing and Mod­el­ling for Busi­ness Pro­cesses (DeH­MiMoP).

In 2015, he re­ceived the best pa­per award of the 13th con­fer­ence on Busi­ness Pro­cess Man­age­ment. In August 2018 he has been nom­in­ated Re­searcher of the Month at the Vi­enna Uni­versity of Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness.

He ob­tained his Ph.D. in Com­puter Science and En­gin­eer­ing with hon­our­able men­tion in 2013 at Sapi­enza, Uni­versity of Rome, with a thesis on the auto­mated dis­cov­ery of flex­ible work­flows from semi-­struc­tured text data sources.

Re­search In­terests

  • Pro­cess min­ing

  • De­clar­at­ive pro­cess mod­el­ling

  • Cryp­toe­co­nom­ics

  • Com­plex event pro­cessing

  • Ser­vice ori­ented com­put­ing


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