Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Databases and Information Systems

Stephan Fahrenkrog-Petersen

Stephan A. Fahrenkrog-Petersen is a final-year PhD student, working on Process Mining, an emerging subfield of Data Mining, at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. His research was published in the proceedings of the premier conferences in the field (BPM, CAiSE, ICPM) and in international journals, such as ACM TMIS and KAIS. His work was recognized with the Distinguished Paper Award at CAiSE 2021 and the Best Student Paper Award at ICPM 2021. 

He collaborates with scholars from around the world from prestigious academic institutions such as the University of Toronto, San Diego State University, Eindhoven University of Technology or the University of Tartu. Some of his international research was supported through the German Academic Exchance Service (DAAD). As part of his networing activities he is a member of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining and associated with the Berlin Centre of Consumer Policy (BCCP), a project founded by the Leibniz Association.

Furthermore, he is an experienced educator, certified by the Berlin Centre of Higher Education. As part of his teaching he invented new innovative courses, such as "How to Win a Turing Award", a seminar that enabled undergraduates to learn more about the most important research in Computer Science. For several of his courses he collaborated with industry partners such as QuadriO Beratungsgesellschaft mbH and Camunda. In addition to his regular teching activities he was involved in the supervision of many bachelor & master thesis projects, resulting in several peer-reviewed publications.

Profiles and Bibliography


Awards & Recognitions

  • Best Student Paper Award: 3rd International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM'22)
  • Distinguished Paper Award: 33rd International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE'21)


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