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Marcello La Rosa, PhD

Research Fellow
Institute of Information Systems
Current Activity
My research interests span different topics in the area of BPM, including managing variability in process-aware information systems, large collections of process models, process configuration and automation, and reference process modeling. I'm also actively involved in the YAWL Initiative, one of the most-mature community-based open-source workflow management system. Finally, I provide training courses to managers and analysts in the area of BPM and serve as a mentor for new trainers.

I was born in Sicily - a sunny island in southern Italy, in late 1980. After completing the grammar school, I moved to Turin in northern Italy, where I obtained my "Laurea" degree in Computer Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, in 2005. Since then, I've been living in Brisbane, Australia, where I undertook a PhD on "Business Process Configuration" with the Business Process Management (BPM) Research Group at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technology. In December 2008 I submitted my thesis for external examination and in February 2009 I started a position of Senior Lecturer with the same university.

Further Information: www.marcellolarosa.com