Nico Herzberg, Dipl.-Ing.(DH)
Business Process Technology|
Hasso Plattner Institute for IT-Systems Engineering
at the University of Potsdam
D-14482 Potsdam, Germany
I started with my profession in IT quite early by visiting a high school with a special branch of study in Information and Communication Technology. After my military service in 2003, I went for my studies in Information Technology in major Net and Software Technology to University of Cooperative Education in Karlsruhe. During my pratical phases I worked in different departments of SAP in Germany and Singapore. In 2006 I finished my studies with my diplom thesis about "Detecting Fraud Patterns Using Data Obtained from Application Platform" written at SAP Research in Brisbane/Australia. After my studies I joined SAP's Custom Development group and established a development team in Bangalore/India. In 2008, I moved on to SAP Consulting where I work in topics as Process Integration/Process Innovation combined with software products from Business Intelligence and Mobility.
Since July 2011, I am a research assistant at the chair of Business Process Technology at HPI. I worked in the research project PIGE
that was about process intelligence a fusion of Business Intelligence and Process Management. My research field is about event processing in BPM targeting on manually executed business processes.
Process Intelligence in Non-automated Process Execution Environments
Process Intelligence describes methods and technologies to monitor and analyze business processes based on process execution data. The topic is well explored in automated process execution environments that are controlled by process engines, but needs to be discovered for manual executing process environments, such as in healthcare, as well.
This leads to particular research topics of:
- event capturing in manual executing process environments
- event processing (correlation, abstraction, aggregation, normalization); further information to our Event Processing Platform can be found here
- utilizing business process models for process monitoring and analysis
- business process monitoring and analysis UIs
- Anne Baumgraß, Nico Herzberg, Gerti Kappel, Jan Mendling, Andreas Meyer and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (Eds.). Joint Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Modeling Inter-Organizational Processes and 1st International Workshop on Event Modeling and Processing in Business Process Management co-located with Modellierung 2014, Vienna, Austria, March 19, 2014 (EMoV+MinoPro@Modellierung). CEUR-WS.org, 2014.
- Nico Herzberg and Matthias Kunze (Eds.). Proceedings of the 6th Central-European Workshop on Services and their Composition, ZEUS 2014, Potsdam, Germany, February 20-21, 2014. CEUR-WS.org, 2014.
- Herzberg, Nico. Detecting Fraud Patterns Using Data Obtained from Application Platform Diploma Thesis. University of Cooperative Education Karlsruhe, Germany, September 2006.
- Co-chair of the 2nd Workshop on Event Modeling and Processing in Business Process Management (EMoV 2015)
- Co-chair of the 1st Workshop on Event Modeling and Processing in Business Process Management (EMoV 2014)
- Co-organizer of the 6th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS 2014)
- 1st International Workshop on Inter-Organizational Processes (IOPs 2016)
- 8th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS 2016)
- BPM 2015 Workshops (BPM 2015)
- 7th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition (ZEUS 2015)
- 1st International Workshop on the Interrelations between Requirements Engineering & Business Process Management (REBPM 2014)
- 1st Workshop on Dynamik und Compliance in IT-gestützten Geschäftsprozessen in conjunction with INFORMATIK 2014 (DyCo 2014)
Reviews for Conference/Workshop Submissions
- 18th IEEE Enterprise Computing Conference (EDOC 2014)
- 12th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2014)
- 17th International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS 2012)
- 24th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2012)
- Dynamic Processes and Events in Industry 4.0 (Summer 2014, Bachelor Program, Project: Organization, Supervision)
- Dynamic Processes and Events in Industry 4.0 (Winter 2013/2014, Bachelor Program, Project: Organization, Supervision)
- A Platform for Complex Event Processing (Winter 2013/2014, Bachelor Program, Seminar: Organization, Supervision)
- Event Processing Platform (Summer 2013, Bachelor Program, Project: Organization, Supervision)
- Event Processing Platform (Winter 2012/2013, Bachelor Program, Project: Organization, Supervision)
- Knowledge Intensive Business Processes (Winter 2012/2013, Master Program, Seminar: Supervision)
- Process Repositories (Summer 2012, Master Program, Seminar: Supervision)
- Process Quality and Architectures (Winter 2011/2012, Master Program, Seminar: Organization)
Cosupervision of Theses
- Kimon Batoulis: Proactive Decision Support During Business Process Execution (Master Thesis, completed July 2014)
- Robert Böhme: Process Monitoring & Analysis (Master Thesis, completed October 2013)
- Egidijus Gircys: Event Monitoring Point Binding and Configuration in Non-Automated Process Execution Environments (Master Thesis, completed November 2012)
- Robert Gurol: Regression-Based Repair of Faulty Workflow Logs (Master Thesis, completed August 2012)
- Philipp Maschke: Process Evolution & Evaluation -- Analyzing versioned execution data of clinical pathways (Master Thesis, completed April 2012)