Current PhD Students
Camilla Quaresmini is a PhD student in Science, Technology and Policy for Sustainable Change at the Department of Electronics, Computer Science and Bioengineering (DEIB), Politecnico di Milano. With a philosophical background, due to a Degree in Philosophy at Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna and a Master’s Degree in Philosophical Sciences at Università degli Studi di Milano, her research focuses on fair machine learning and the investigation of information quality dimensions for an inclusive design of intelligent systems.
Roberta Spada earned her Degree in Physics (BSc) at the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna and her Master’s Degree in Science, Technology and Society (MSc) at University College London. As a PhD candidate, she works at the National Science and Technology Museum Leonardo Da Vinci on the collections related to radio and TV, focussing on some objects related to broadcasting infrastructures and radio consumption in fascist Italy. She is interested in understanding how the Museum co-produces technoscience by building public and private narratives through the artefacts that it collects, curates, and often exhibits.
Past PhD Students
2017-2022 Alessandro Piazza, Governing Ethically the Sustainable Transition: An Institutional Design Framework. Supervisors: Paolo Volonté and Simona Chiodo.