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Angelo Corallo

Associate Professor at the Department of Innovation Engineering of the University of Salento. He teaches organizational systems and integrated design of business. He is the author of over 130 international publications. Angelo Corallo is responsible for the research laboratory Collaborative HOlistic Research Environment Design Laboraroty (CORE lab) University of Salento, where he leads a number of EU and nationally-funded projects focusing on technologies, methodologies and organizational models supporting collaboration among people (knowledge workers) and organizations (network of firms)   

Tatjana Grote

Recently graduated from Technical University Dresden with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations after having completed her exchange semester at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Tatjana has an interdisciplinary background, combining public international law and empirical analysis. During her undergraduate studies, she has focused on international humanitarian and human rights law as well as empirical economics. Currently she is interning with Huridocs, a Geneva-based NGO focused on making information mangement software and data analytics accesible to human rights defenders.

Andrea Ruffo

Attorney. Graduated in Constitutional Law from LUISS University (2014). Master in Parliament and Public Policy from LUISS School of Government (2016). Since 2015 he has been teaching assistant in Constitutional Law to Prof. F. Pizzetti. He attended the "Lawful Interception Academy" (2014); was intern at the Department for Administrative coordination of the Italian Government. He is teaching assistant in "Innovation law and regulation" and "Competition and Markets of Innovation" at LUISS University from 2020. Within these fields, Andrea is the author and co-author of several publications. He joined the Algorithmic Disclosure Prin Project in 2020. 

Gabriele Volpi

Master in Theoretical Physics at University of Pavia, Gabriele works as Lead Data Scientist in Teamsight and is involved in several Data Science projects in Daat Consulting. Ex-Alumnus of IUSS and Collegio Ghislieri, he developed strong proficiency skills with Natural Language Processing Algorithm, which he studied and applied in several projects. He started his post-master career in Deloitte Consulting, where it attended several IT and Data Science project for the bank and Insurance sector. He than worked as Head of Digital Technology for Kilpartrick, an international Head Hunting Firm which started several HR Analytics projects which Gabriele supervised, such as the application of Sentiment Analysis and Turnover Predictive Model to measure employees' wellness. 

Flavio Michele Ceci

Adjunct professor at LUISS Guido Carli, former APA at the European Parliament, and founder of Studio Grande.

Ph.D. in philosophy of law at Università La Sapienza, visiting researcher at UCLA Comparative Literature w/Kenneth Reinhard, and visiting fellow at the European Graduate School w/Giorgio Agamben.


Speaker / contributor in Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia del Diritto, Parson’s Journal of Design Strategies, Lo Sguardo, L’Inconscio, IRCAM Manifeste 2014.


Flavio joined the Algorithmic Disclosure Regulation Project team on September 1st, 2021, after winning the selection for a three-year 'Assegno di ricerca' offered by the Project joinly with LUISS.

Riccardo Invernizzi

Currently attending a Master program in Mathematics at the University of Pavia, Riccardo holds a BSc in Mathematics (with honors) from the same Uni. He is also an alumnus of the Scuola Superiore IUSS and the Ghislieri College.

Part time freelance developer, backend developer of management web apps, CMV frameworks, SQL databases and websites. 

Occasionally, he enjoys holding Python courses at Ghislieri College.

He has been the head of JECO Pavia IT Area for almost two years, and collaborated on several consulting and data science projects.

 adjunct researchers

Roberto Marseglia

Adjunct Professor of Digital Business Modelling at Ca' Foscari University and CEO at Daat Consulting. He spent 3 years as manager of the innovation and digital transformation practice at The Cambridge Management Consulting-CMC Lab, an international strategic consulting firm (where he organized open innovation programs and developed AI-based projects). He experienced the use of advanced analytics in diverse sectors, e.g. predictive maintenance, churn analysis, fraud detection.
Before joining CMC Labs he was visiting scholar at UC Berkeley and published several scientific articles on stochastic fault tolerant control, that earned him the Automatica Best Paper Award.
His background is in engineering: he has a PhD in Automation Engineering co-advised by the University of Pavia and the MIT. 

He is an active member of The Aspen Institute Junior Fellows in Italy; mentors Le Village (the startup accelerator of Credit Agricole), Mentors4U and LeadTheFuture.

Daniel Foà

Ph. D. candidate in Law and Business at the LUISS Guido Carli University. Daniel graduated cum laude in 2018 at Roma Tre University discussing a thesis on banking law. During his studies he spent a semester at the ELTE Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. 

He collaborates with Italian and international research institutions, such as the European Banking Institute (Frankfurt) and the BILL research center at LUISS. His main areas of interest involve economic law, business law and administrative law. In particular, he focuses on issues related to the legal consequence of technological innovation in the field of banking and financial markets.

Annalisa Signorelli

Ph.D. candidate in Law and Business at LUISS University and has and multi-disciplinary background in public law, civil law and IT law.  

During her undergraduate and postgraduate studies, she has focused on European consumer law, contract and torts, economic analysis of law, ADR, Legal Tech. 

She earned the specialization course in European Law for the protection of personal data at LUISS Business School and she’s currently TA in "Innovation Law and Regulation" and "Competition and Market Innovation". 

Her research interest focus on consumer protection law, predictive justice, privacy law and regulation of new technologies. Within these fields, Annalisa authored several publications in Italian and international reviews and in collective books; she attended national and international seminars, congresses and conferences. 

She speaks and writes in Italian, English and French languages

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