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PhD or PostDoc Position in Process Mining (m/w/d)

70-100% (unlimited, by Oct. 1st, 2021 - deadline for applications Sept. 1st, 2021)

Your tasks

The PhD position is part of the SNF project "ProMiSE: Process Mining Support for End-users" (197032). Within the ProMiSE project, we aim to gain a comprehensive understanding of the behavior of analysts engaging in process mining and, more precisely, in exploratory data analysis tasks. We will collect empirical evidence from practice and develop methodological guidance and software-based operational support for assisting novice analysts during process mining. 

Your tasks will include:
  • qualitative and quantitative analysis of the data derived from the interactions of analysts with process mining software
  • development, implementation and evaluation of operational support for process mining users

Your profile

  • you have a master's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related disciplines
  • you have a background in process mining, data analytics and/or process modeling
  • experience with empirical research approaches (user studies) and/or good programming skills are preferrable
  • you have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
  • you are motivated to publish results of your research at leading international venues on a regular basis 
  • you are motivated to work with an international team of distinguished researchers
  • you are motivated by both personal and team accomplishments
The Software Systems Programming and Development Chair at the Institute of Computer Science covers both the development and evaluation of innovative software artifacts. Our research focuses on adaptive software ranging from flexible process-oriented and event-driven systems to neuro-adaptive software systems and software development tools. We put special emphasis on topics in the fields of business process management (BPM) and process engineering, including process modeling, automation and mining.
We are looking forward to your online-application. apply here

We offer

sport & wellbeing

sport & wellbeing

food & drink @ HSG

food & drink @ HSG

fruits @ work

fruits @ work

public library

public library

flexible working hours

flexible working hours

various events

various events

For job-related questions

Prof. Dr. Barbara Weber
Professor for Software Systems Programming
and Development
Tel.: +41 71 224 34 43
barbara.weber@unisg.ch

«As professor at the Institute of Computer Science (ICS-HSG) I am looking forward to your application.»


Angelika Gräfingholt
Tel.: +41 71 224 26 27
angelika.graefingholt@unisg.ch

«I would be pleased to get to know you soon.»

Your place of work

University of St.Gallen

«A place where knowledge is created» - As one of Europe's leading universities of economics and business administration, the University of St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland, is committed to the education of over 8800 students. The HSG is one of the largest employers in the region and provides an attractive and innovative environment for more than 3300 researchers, educators and professional staff.