I am a postdoctoral researcher on process analytics at Hasselt University, Belgium. In 2019 I obtained my PhD in process mining, which focussed on the quality measurement of process mining algorithms in the context of conformance checking. During my PhD I also created bupaR – a collection of R packages for process analysis, of which I am still the lead maintainer (bupar.net). I have shared my research by speaking at various conferences, such as BPM, SIMPDA and useR, and author of articles in international journals, such as Information Systems, Knowledge Based Systems, and Business Information Engineering Systems.
My research experience includes process analytics projects in a broad range of fields, including operational excellence, logistics and learning analytics. As a member of BIARU, the Business Informatics Applied Research Unit, I am to share this expertise with organizations through trainings and projects. At Hasselt University I teach courses on Exploratory and Descriptive Data Analysis and Business Process Analytics.