Prof. Dr. Stefanie Rinderle-Ma
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Rinderle-Ma‘s (*1976) research interests focus on process-oriented information systems, flexible and distributed process technologies, compliance management, as well as production and process intelligence. The goal is to enable and accelerate digitalization and automation through processes and at the same time keep the human in the loop. Application areas comprise production, logistics, and medicine.
Prof. Rinderle-Ma studied business mathematics at the University of Augsburg. After finishing her PhD and habilitation at the University of Ulm where she worked as research assistant and post doc stays in the Netherlands and Canada, Prof. Rinderle-Ma became full professor at the University of Vienna where she led the research group Workflow Systems and Technology. Since 2021 Prof Rinderle-Ma is at TUM (Chair for Information Systems and Business Process Management).
- Best Paper Awards at CAiSE and IEEE EDOC (with co-authors) (2018)
- BPM Test of Time Award (with P. Dadam, M. Reichert) (2013)
- Merckle Research Award (with P. Dadam, M. Reichert) (2008)
- Dissertation Award of Ulmer University Society (2005)
- IFIP TC2 Manfred Paul Award for Excellence in Software Theory and Practice (with M. Reichert) (2005)
Key Publications (all publications)
Karolin Winter, Florian Stertz, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma: „Discovering instance and process spanning constraints from process execution logs”. Inf. Syst. 2020; 89: 101484.Abstract
Kristof Böhmer, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma: „Mining association rules for anomaly detection in dynamic process runtime behavior and explaining the root cause to users”. Inf. Syst. 2020; 90: 101438.Abstract
Florian Stertz, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Juergen Mangler: „Analyzing Process Concept Drifts Based on Sensor Event Streams During Runtime." Int'l Conference on Business Process Management. 2020; 202-219.Abstract
Walid Fdhila, Conrad Indiono, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Manfred Reichert: „Dealing with change in process choreographies: Design and implementation of propagation algorithms”. Inf. Syst. 2015; 49: 1-24.Abstract
Linh Thao Ly, Fabrizio Maria Maggi, Marco Montali, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Wil M. P. van der Aalst: „Compliance monitoring in business processes: Functionalities, application, and tool-support”. Inf. Syst. 2015; 54: 209-234.Abstract