I am an assistant professor at the
Department of Computer Science
Sapienza University of Rome.
Previously, I was an assistant professor at the
Institute for Information Business
and member of the
Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics
Vienna University of Economics and Business
My research interests include
declarative modelling, and
I have published more than 80 research papers, among others in
Decision Support Systems,
ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems,
IEEE Internet Computing.
I am a member of the Steering Committee of the
IEEE Task Force on Process Mining.
I serve as a reviewer for international journals, including
Information Systems, Information Sciences, and Decision Support Systems,
and have been a PC member of international conferences, such as
Business Process Management (BPM),
Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE),
and Process Mining (ICPM).
I organise international fora and workshops including the
BPM Blockchain Forum
Workshop on Declarative, Decision and Hybrid Approaches to Processes (DEC2H).
In August 2018, I have been nominated Researcher of the Month of WU Vienna.
In September 2015, I received the best paper award of the 13th conference on Business Process Management.
I obtained my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering with honourable mention in 2013 at
Sapienza, University of Rome,
with a thesis on the automated discovery of flexible workflows from semi-structured text data sources.
For further details on my career, please feel free to check the Curriculum Vitae: the link to dowload it is right below.