Antonio Vetrò is Director of Research at the Nexa Center for Internet and Society at Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Formerly, he has been research fellow in the Software and System Engineering Department at Technische Universität München (Germany) and junior scientist at Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering (MD, USA) more >
Selina Fenoglietto joined the Nexa Center for Internet & Society in May 2009 as administrative assistant. She holds a Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of Torino and her former experiences include the administrative management of projects funded by the European Commission, the World Bank and the Italian Foreign Office. From December 2010, she is the administrative manager of the Center.
Simone (@bassosimone on Twitter and GitHub, sbs on IRC) is a researcher at Nexa Center since 2010. He completed his PhD in 2014 under supervision of prof. De Martin. His main research interest is measuring the internet from the edges with active means. more >
Mattia Plazio is graduated in Italian Literature at the Faculty of Humanities of Turin. He worked in the field of e-learning as instructional designer. Since 2012 develops, coordinates and manages cultural projects funded by private and public institutions more >
Francesco Ruggiero is the founder of the literary group sparajurij and is in the editorial board of the journal “Atti Impuri”. He is specialized in contemporary Italian literature. He is the author of literary reportages for the journal “Il Reportage” more >
Giuseppe Futia joined the Nexa Center for Internet & Society in February 2011. He holds a Master Degree in Cinema and Media Engineering in 2011 and from 2008 he collaborates regularly with La Stampa daily. In Nexa he is in charge of communication and press office. More specifically, Giuseppe's main responsibilities consist in keeping contact with media and following Nexa's Image. more >