Oscar Tamburis graduated in Management Engineering from the Federico II University of Naples, where he also obtained a Ph.D. in Economics and Management of Healthcare Organizations. After a post-doc period in eHealth at the Institute of Biomedical Technologies of the CNR, he was Senior Consultant for the Ministry of Health on projects focused on the development of Telemedicine and Health Information Systems for the regions of Southern Italy. He was therefore a research fellow at the Research Institute for Populations and Social Policies of the CNR as part of the H2020 project "MOCHA: Models of Child Health Appraised", and there he continues his collaboration as an associate researcher.
He is currently Researcher of Information Systems at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production of the Federico II University of Naples, where he teaches Medical Informatics.
His main research topics are currently aimed at the development and dissemination of technological innovation in the medical field (both in human and veterinary), with particular reference to the fields of Business Process Analytics (Modeling / Reengineering / Improvement), Process Mining, and Sensoring.
He is scientific and WPL manager for academic and national projects related to Veterinary Informatics, editorial member and reviewer for various journals (IEEE, Emerald, IGI GLOBAL), and external evaluator for COST and H2020 projects.