Wil MP van der Aalst

Address

Prof. dr. ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst
Eindhoven University of Technology
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (HG 7.75)
PO Box 513
NL-5600 MB Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Phone

+31 40 247.4295/2733/2290

Fax

+31 40 246.3992

Home Page

http://www.vdaalst.com

Email

w.m.p.v.d.aalst AT tue.nl

Arthur HM ter Hofstede

Address

Prof. Arthur HM ter Hofstede
School of Information Systems
Queensland University of Technology
GPO Box 2434
Brisbane Queensland 4001
Australia

Phone

+61 07 3864 9474

Fax

+61 07 3138 9390

Home Page

http://www.yawlfoundation.org/arthur/

Email

a.terhofstede AT qut.edu.au

Nick Russell

Address

Dr Nick Russell
School of Information Systems
Queensland University of Technology
GPO Box 2434
Brisbane Queensland 4001
Australia

Phone

+61 07 3138 0445

Fax

+61 07 3864 9390

Home Page

http://www.nickrussell.info

Email

n.russell AT qut.edu.au

Contributors

There have been many people who should be acknowledged for the development and the ongoing support of the workflow patterns website. Below you will find a list of the original and active contributors of this website. These people have compiled the vital information that can be found on this website. Just follow the links below if you wish to contact one of the contributors of this website.

Prof Wil van der Aalst is an original and ongoing contributor. He is a full professor at the University of Endhoven in the Netherlands and he is also an adjunct professor at Queensland University of Technology in Australia.
Prof Arthur ter Hofstede is an original and ongoing contributor. He is a Professor at Queensland University of Technology in Australia and co-leader of the BPM Group. At QUT he manages the YAWL initiative .
Dr Nick Russell is an ongoing contributor who has been the driving force for all the latest patterns in the four perspectives and is the lead author of the Workflow Patterns: The Definitive Guide book. He has also been involved in a number of patterns-based evaluations.
Dr Bartek Kiepuszewski is an original contributor who received a PhD from Queensland University of Technology in 2003. Apart from his contribution to the original control-flow patterns he has also worked on the formal foundations of workflow languages.
Dr Alistair Barros is an original contributor who currently works for SAP. More recently, he has been a contributor to a collection of service interaction patterns .
Prof Marlon Dumas is an ongoing contributor, Hansabank Professor of Software Engineering at the University of Tartu in Estonia and a part-time Associate Professor at Queensland University of Technology. He has been involved in many patterns-based evaluations and he is also a contributor to a collection of service interaction patterns .
Dr Petia Wohed is an ongoing contributor from Stockholm University in Sweden, who has been a driving force in many patterns-based evaluations.