Lorenzo is a Post Doc researcher in the Mobile and Social Computing Lab (MOBS, lead by Bruno Lepri) at Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Trento, Italy).
By leveraging new data streams he aims at a better understanding and modelling of complex systems and, in particular, human behaviour. His research focuses on the understanding social systems coupled with a technological component (e.g. AI machines) and how human behaviour adaptat to these new enviroments.
As visiting researcher, he collaborates with professor Alex Sandy Pentland, in the MIT Connection Science and the MIT Media Lab – Human Dynamics groups, studying human behavioural response and effects of the interaction between social systems and emerging financial realities.
Lorenzo is presently also working with the World Bank (Washington DC, US) on the project “Monitoring COVID-19 policy response through human mobility data” helping governments and policy makers to ease the COVID-19 pandemic burdens.
January 26, 2022Living in a pandemicA study conducted by researchers from Fondazione Bruno Kessler and Cnr-Isti, published in Scientific Reports, analyzed changes in daily routines and the ability to adapt to precautionary measures following the outbreak of COVID-19.
February 5, 2021From code to market: Network of developers and correlated returns of cryptocurrenciesCode has become an important societal regulator that challenges traditional institutions, from national laws to financial markets. A new research paper, coauthored by FBK researchers Lorenzo Lucchini and Bruno Lepri, has been published on Science Advances