PhD student in Philosophy, Science, Cognition, and Semiotics (PSCS), University of Bologna (2015-).
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CIS – Department of Philosophy and Communication
University of Bologna
Via Zamboni 38
2012: MA degree in Semiotics, University of Bologna, cum laude. Dissertation in: Semiotica dei media e dei consumi. Title: Il corpo delle donne. Pomo della discordia dei nostri anni ”. Supervisor: Prof.ssa Giovanna Cosenza; Co-Supervisor: Prof. Costantino Marmo.
2009: BA degree in Communication Sciences, University of Bologna. Dissertation in “Analisi dei testi pubblicitari. Title: Videogiochi e pubblicità: analisi comparativa delle campagne Xbox 360 e PlayStation 3. Supervisor: prof. Costantino Marmo.
Current PhD research
Search engine 3.0: a semiotic look on semantic web.
Semiotics, Semantics and Linguistics with particular enphasis on the Semantic Web concepts and technologies. Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and knowledge represention.
07/2014 - … : Communication Manager and Researcher at FiND, a semantic search-tool project. Our project has been awarded and financed by Telecom Italia for the 2014 Working Capital Accelerator program.
3/2012 - … : University Tutor for the MA degree in Semiotics, Univeristy of Bologna.
2/2013 – 9/2015: Research fellow at the Department of Philosophy and Communication, University of Bologna. Project title: design, implementation and management of a prototype of a Multimedia Center for Reasearch Resources (CRR-MM).
10/2014 – 11/2014: Lecturer of the Techniques of social media marketing laboratory for students of UFO – Università Fuori Orario at the University of Bologna.
1/2014 – 2/2014: Lecturer of the Social Media Marketing and Communication course for employees of the University of Bologna.
12/2012 – 3/2013: Collaborator in a digital communication project for the Province of Bologna.
Italian (native), English (upper-intermediate level), French (basic).
Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office, Open Office and bibliographic research tools; knowledge of the most common Semantic Web tools.