Luise Pufahl (geb. Göbel), M. Sc.
Business Process Technology|
Hasso Plattner Institute for It-Systems Engineering
at the University of Potsdam
D-14482 Potsdam, Germany
eMail: Luise (dot) Pufahl (at) hpi (dot) uni-potsdam (dot) de
I was born in Berlin. From 2006 - 2009, I conducted a dual bachelor program (Information Systems) in cooperation with a pharmaceutical company in Berlin. During that time, I spent one practical semester at the company's location in New Jersey (USA). After my bachelor studies, I started the master program in Information Systems at the Humboldt University Berlin, where I also worked as student assistant with focus on BPM. Thereby, I conducted several process redesign projects in hospitals in Germany and in the Netherlands. My master thesis focused on the development and the validation of a redesign framework for the healthcare domain consisting of heuristics about how healthcare processes can be changed.
Since April 2012, I am research assistant at the chair of Business Process Technology at HPI.
- Relations between business process instances (of one as well as of different processes)
- Modeling and the automatic enactment of data dependencies in business processes
- Rogge-Solti, Andreas; Herzberg, Nico; and Pufahl, Luise: Selecting Event Monitoring Points for Optimal Prediction Quality. EMISA 2012 Workshop
- Koroleva, Ksenia; Brecht, Franziska; Goebel, Luise; and Malinova, Monika: ‘Generation Facebook’ – A Cognitive Calculus Model of Teenage User Behavior on Social Network Sites In the Proceedings of AMCIS, Detroit, 2011.
- Meyer, Andreas; Pufahl, Luise; Fahland, Dirk; Weske, Mathias: Modeling and Enacting Complex Data Dependencies in Business Processes. 2013. paper
- Göbel, Luise: A Framework of Process Redesign Heuristics in Healthcare Master Thesis, 2012. 2012_June_Luise_Pufahl_MT_Presentation.pdf: Presentation Master Thesis
- Process-Oriented Information Systems I (Winter 2012/2013, Bachelor Program, Lecture/Tutorial)
- Knowledge Intensive Business Processes (Winter 2012/2013, Master Program, Seminar: Supervision)
- Process Oriented Information Systems II (Sumer 2012, Bachelor Program, Lecture/Tutorial)
- Business Process Repositories (Summer 2012, Master Program, Seminar: Supervision)
Co-Supervision of Theses
- Christian Wiggert: BPM Governance in the modeling process (Master Thesis, completed January 2013)