Giulia Cencetti has been a researcher in the MobS group (Mobile and Social Computing Lab) at FBK for more than a year now, where she has been dealing with network science, models of social interactions, urban planning, and other applications to the social sciences of complex systems. In her work she integrates her previous studies (degree in physics and a doctorate on complex systems) with computer and data science techniques. Acquiring these skills was possible thanks to various research experiences, such as at Queen Mary University of London and Central European University, and above all thanks to the multidisciplinary and intercultural wealth of the MobS research group led by Bruno Lepri.
March 15, 2021New study reveals the effects of digital tracing in combination with other non-pharmaceutical interventions on the control of the Covid-19 pandemicThe work, the result of a collaboration among the Bruno Kessler Foundation, the Isi Foundation - Turin, the University of Turin and other foreign research institutes, has been published in the authoritative journal Nature Communications. The results analyze in which cases isolation strategies and digital contact tracing via app can help contain re-emerging outbreaks