Riccardo Campari

Postdoctoral Fellow
SENSEable City Lab
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Riccardo Campari is a Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT SENSEable City Lab, and received his PhD in Statistical Physics from Università di Parma, Italy.

After devoting a few years of his life to the study of phenomenological Quantum Chromodynamics, phase transitions of classical models on arbitrary graphs, and multiple random walks (the order is somewhat random), he moved to Boston to begin working in the data analysis group at SENSEable City Lab, where he's busy exploring new ways of extracting information about people behaviour from heaps of manifold raw records of their activity.

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