Ludovica Paseri


Ludovica Paseri is a postdoctoral researcher in Philosophy of Law and Legal Informatics at the Department of Law, University of Turin. In 2022, she obtained a PhD in Law at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, in co-tutelle with the Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM) of the University of Luxembourg, where she obtained the doctoral degree in Computer Science as part of the LAST-JD Joint International and Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme in “Law, Science and Technology”. Her doctoral research is on “The European legal approach to Open Science and research data”. In 2017, she graduated in Law at the University of Turin, with a dissertation titled “The European strategy for cloud computing. Problems and perspectives”. Author of several publications, Ludovica is passionate about research and teaching activities, engaged in promoting the debate on the interplay between law, technology, and science. Her research interests encompass the governance of scientific research data, the European Open Science policies, the right to privacy and personal data protection and the role of institutions in the digital revolution.