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Dr. Maxim Vidgof

Former Research Fellow

Maxim Vidgof is an Assistant Professor at Vienna University of Economics and Business, specializing in process mining and process automation within Business Process Management. His doctoral research was centered on the complexity of business processes, aiming to develop new methodologies for understanding and managing this complexity. His current research interests include examining process complexity and the application of Large Language Models in Business Process Management.

Maxim holds Bachelor's, Master's and a Doctoral degree in Information Systems from Vienna University of Economics and Business. He also earned a Bachelor's degree in International Economics from Don State Technical University (Russia). Maxim has contributed to major conferences like the International Conference on Business Process Management and has been published in journals such as Software and Systems Modeling and Information Sciences.

At the Weizenbaum Institute, Maxim plans to research the evolution of process complexity and the potential applications of Large Language Models in process redesign. As a member of the Austrian Society for Process Management (, he is actively involved in the academic and professional community of process management.

Positions at Weizenbaum Institut

Former Research Fellow

Research Group: Security and Transparency of Digital Processes


Fields of research

Process mining, process automation, Large Language Models

Vienna University of Economics and Business