Participates in projects that range from the sociological studies of the laboratory and technoscientific innovation to the intersection between art and politics, through the analysis of social movements. Currently, two of them are Decode and Decidim. He is a researcher at the IN3 / UOC and a member of Tecnopolítica, PhD in Sociology (University of Exeter), Master in Political Science (Arizona State University) and D.E.A. in Philosophy (University of Seville).
Gratuated in Journalism by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and specialized in Data Journalism by the Ramon Llull University (URL). She is co-founder of StoryData, an analysis, visualization and data communication agency and also of Verificat, the first verification and anti-misinformation platform in Catalonia. She also works as a data journalist at La Xarxa de Comunicació Local and is a contributor to Crític magazine.
Es licenciado en física por la universidad “Sapienza” de Roma. Ahí también empieza su activismo político en el movimiento estudiantil y se forma su interés por la ciencia crítica, bebiendo de la tradición del departamento de física, conocido como la internacional de los científicos. Cursó su doctorado en teoría de redes y sistemas complejos en la Universidad de Zaragoza mezclando su formación académica con el activismo tecnopolítico en varios colectivos. Actualmente desarrolla su actividad investigadora en la Universitat de Barcelona en el ClabB.
PhD in Public Communication (UPF, 2011). Bachelor in Physics (UB. 1996) and Slavic Philology (UB, 2006). Lecturer and researcher at the University Pompeu Fabra.
Currently at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) leading the Complex Systems research group (CoSIN3). Research on Urban Systems and Computational Social Science. Trying to figure out the fundamental mechanisms behind (below?) collective action... while shaping the concept of information and urban ecosystems... while playing with maps and moving particles...
Political Scientist. He is Associate Professor (Professor Agregat) at the Department of Political Science of the University of Barcelona, and Fellow at the Institutions and Political Economy Research Group. Previously, he was Ramón y Cajal research fellow at the UB (2014-19), postdoctoral researcher (Juan de la Cierva) at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Democracy, Elections and Citizenship Research Group), and Phd student at the Pompeu Fabra University, where he graduated in 2009. He has also been visiting researcher at the University of Gothenburg (2012) and Yale University (2007-08).
His broad research interests are related to political behavior and comparative politics, about whom he has been acting as a consultant for several institutions and organizations. He teaches quantitative methods and political behavior.
Postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Barcelona, where she got a PhD in 2012 with a thesis on complex networks. Afterwards, she had been a researcher at Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution (IPHES) starting to collaborate with scholars from other disciplines applying a network science perspective on the study of past societies. In 2015 she joined the EPNet Project (Production and Distribution of Food during the Roman Empire: Economic and Political Dynamics), an ERC Advanced Grant based in Barcelona.
She is the co-founder of the cultural association Heurística and one of the coordinators of the #DataPolitk project.
Join now and participate! Research papers may be presented, academic or journalistic, related to the themes of the day. Priority will be given to works based on data from social networks or online media and case studies that are related to the local social sphere (Catalan, spanish state, European).The presentations will be a maximum of 20 minuteslong
Responsible for the book Leia, Rihanna, Trump. How feminism has transformed pop culture and how machismo reacts with terror.
"Starting from the popular and the community, we investigate the cultural wars of power in the media, the internet and the analog reality. War has begun, we are sure of our position in it and we are ready to laugh out loud from the barricade, because our lives are at stake."