People | Nexa Visitors

This section includes professors and researchers that are spending or spent some time collaborating on Nexa research projects and participating in our events.
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Brett Frischmann

Yeshiva University (Usa)

Former Visiting Professor | June 2013

Research topics at Nexa: law and economics of shared infrastructure

Brett Frischmann is Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, where he teaches intellectual property and Internet law. more >

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Alfredo Sánchez

Universidad de las Américas Puebla (México)

Former Visiting Professor | May 2013

Research topics at Nexa: digital libraries, natural language processing, network neutrality

Alfredo Sánchez is professor of computer science and director of the Laboratory of Interactive and Cooperative Technologies at Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP). more >

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Jean-Claude Guédon

Université de Montréal (Canada)

Former Visiting Scholar | March - May, 2011

Research topics at Nexa: distributed mass digitization

Prof. Jean-Claude Guédon began his career at Glendon College (York University) in Toronto, Ontario in 1970 and has been a professor at the Université de Montréal since 1973, first in the Institut d'histoire et de sociopolitique des sciences, and, since 1987, in the Département de littérature comparée. more >

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Carmine Perri

DLA Piper (Italy)

Former Visiting Researcher | February - April 2015

Research topics at Nexa: Copyright, Open Licenses.

CCarmine Antonio Perri graduated in Law at the University of Bologna in 2011. He has acquired an extensive experience in a wide range of Intellectual Property matters having worked for prominent Law firms specialized in that particular field of Law.more >

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Claudio Tamburrino

Journalist and Intellectual Property expert (Italy)

Former Visiting Researcher | January - March, 2013

Research topics at Nexa: public domain calculator

Claudio Tamburrino is a journalist and expert of intellectual property. He has a degree in Political Science and International relations from Luiss University and a master’s degree in Management of Intellectual Property from the Alma Graduate School of the University of Bologna. more >

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Angelica Tavella

UC Berkeley (USA)

Former Visiting Researcher | September - December, 2012

Research topics at Nexa: public availability of digital reproductions of cultural heritage

Angelica Tavella graduated with an interdisciplinary degree titled "The Implications of Copyright Law in a Digital Society" under the pretense of having wide-spanning interests in law, technology, human rights, and arts and culture that do not fit into one specific field of study. more >

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Felipe Octaviano Delgado Busnello

Busnello e Duro Advogados Associados (Brazil)

Former Visiting Researcher | January - March, 2012

Research topics at Nexa: open data, open licenses

Felipe Busnello holds an LL.M. in Intellectual Property, jointly offered by the Università Degli Studi di Torino (UNITO) and the World Intellectual Property Organisation Academy (WIPO Academy). more >

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Jesse Kim

Fronde (New Zeland)

Former Visiting Researcher | January - March, 2012

Research topics at Nexa: legal aspects of linked open/closed data

Jesse Kim is a consultant and software engineer in the fields of enterprise content management, business information systems, and Web application development. more >

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Shirley Hsu

Loza & Loza, LLP (USA)

Former Visiting Researcher | January - March, 2011

Research topics at Nexa: private copyright

Shirley graduated from the University of California, Irvine and received a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Political Science and International Relations. more >

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Francesco Mecca

Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

Former Intern at the Berkman Center | June - August, 2016

Research topics: NoC education project

Francesco Mecca is a computer engineering student at the Politecnico di Torino. While attending the first year’s selective course Rivoluzione Digitale he got in touch with the staff of the Nexa Center. more >

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Flavio Giobergia

Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

Former Intern at the Berkman Center | June - August, 2014

Research topics: contribution to software projects (Curarium, brkmn, Hei)

Flavio Giobergia is a computer engineering student at the Politecnico di Torino. While attending the first year's course "Rivoluzione Digitale", he got in touch with some of the Nexa Center's members and, eventually, was given the opportunity of spending the Summer at the Berkman Center at Harvard University as a Berkman intern (a.k.a. Berktern). more >

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Maria Serena Ciaburri

Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

Former Intern at the Berkman Center | June - August, 2013

Research topics: online defamation’s laws and contribution to the Weather Reports blog within the Chilling Effects project.

Maria Serena Ciaburri is a student of computer engineering at the Politecnico di Torino. She got in contact with the Nexa Center for Internet and Society attending "Rivoluzione Digitale". more >

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Dash Elhauge

Brown University (USA)

Former Intern | October - December, 2012

Research topics at Nexa: contribution to the Neubot and theTellMeFirst projects

Dash Elhauge is a programmer and student at Brown University. In the past, he has worked on his project BetterTAb and conducted computational biology research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. more >