Stephan Haarmann

Business Process Technology
Hasso Plattner Institute
Digital Engineering Faculty
University of Potsdam
D-14482 Potsdam, Germany

Phone: +49(0)331-5509-193
Room: C-2.1
eMail: Stephan.Haarmann(at)


Stephan Haarmann is a research assistant/PhD student at the Business Process Technology research group at Hasso Plattner Institute. He joined the group in April 2018. He worked on various topics in the field of business processes. His current interests are knowledge-intensive processes and relationships among process instances.

Research Interest

  • Flexible processes and case management
  • Decision Modeling
  • Compliance checking and model verification in general
  • Model-driven development


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Invited Talks

Teaching Activities

Winter Term 2019/2020

  • Supervisor of the Bachelor's project on event-driven transportation monitoring
  • Teaching assistant for Business Process Compliance
  • Supervisor for the topic Predictive Process Monitoring with Pattern Markov Chains in the context of the master seminar on Machine Learning in BPM

Summer Term 2019

  • Teaching assistant for Complex Event Processing
  • Co-supervisor (with Jan Ladleif) of the Master Seminar on Process Choreographies on the Blockchain

Winter Term 2018/2019

  • Teaching assistant for Modellierung 1
  • Co-Supervisor of the Master Seminar Blockchain Technology in BPM

Summer Term 2018

  • Organizer and Supervisor of the Master Seminar Processes meet Blockchain (Masters, Summer 2018)
  • Lecturer in the master lecture Trends in BPM
  • Co-Supervisor (with Adriatik Nikaj) of the Bachelor Project on Blockchains meet BPM, building a Blockchain benchmarking platform (2017-2018)

Winter Term 2017/2018

  • Co-Supervisor (with Adriatik Nikaj) of the Bachelor Project on Blockchains meet BPM, building a Blockchain benchmarking platform (2017-2018)

Co-Supervision of Master Theses

Adrian Holfter: Checking Compliance for Fragment-based Case Management

Scientific Services


  • International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER) 2019
  • International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2018
  • Internationaler Kongress für Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI) 2020
  • Computers in Industry