Dr. Claudio Di Ciccio
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
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 Systems, Decision Support Systems, ACM 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.
Declarative process modelling
Complex event processing
Service oriented computing
Researcher of the Month at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in August 2018.
Winner of the Best Paper Award at BPM 2015, with the paper: C. Di Ciccio, F.M. Maggi, M. Montali, J. Mendling: Ensuring Model Consistency in Declarative Process Discovery.
Michael Hanser, Claudio Di Ciccio and Jan MendlingCo-author of the Best Presentation award winning paper at ZEUS 2016, with: M. Hanser, C. Di Ciccio, J. Mendling: A Novel Framework for Visualizing Declarative Process Models