Gyula graduated with bachelor's (2016) and master's (2017) degree in chemical engineering with a specialization in process engineering from the University of Pannonia. His work interest covers the areas of goal-oriented optimization, event analysis and data science applications in process mining. His current work focuses on the applications of process mining tools in alarm management for the improvement of process safety.
Tamás graduated with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering (2015) and Engineering Information Technology (2015) and master's degree in Mechatronical Engineering (2016). His work interests cover the areas of process mining algorithms, Discrete-event simulators and supply chain management. His current work focuses on Industry 4.0 (Discrete Event simulators, Connected Factory, Supply Chain management) and Big Data.