Tommaso Venturini is recipient of the of an advanced research fellowship of INRIA (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation) to work on social modelling at the Institut des Systèmes Complexes Rhône-Alpes. He is also lecturer at the Digital Humanities Department of King’s College (London) and associate researcher at the médialab of Sciences Po (Paris).
My research activities focus on:
I have been leading scientist of the projects EMAPS and MEDEA and responsible for the Axis 1 of the project FORCCAST.
I teach Controversy Mapping, Digital Methods, Data Journalism and STS at graduate and undergraduate level.
I have been trained in sociology and media studies at the University of Bologna, completed a PhD in Society of Information at the University of Milano Bicocca and a post-doc in Sociology of Modernity at the Department of Philosophy and Communication of the University of Bologna.
I have been visiting student at UCLA and visiting researcher at the CETCOPRA of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne.
During my studies, I have founded a web design agency and worked in several online communication projects.