Matteo Vannucchi holds a Master's of Arts in International Studies from the University of Turin, Italy. At the Hertie School, he attended the EMPA, focusing on digitalisation, big data and AI exploited for governance. In his professional life, he has worked on research and development projects focusing on space and satellite navigation technology in different fields: Autonomous driving, Galileo awareness and technology transfer activities in South East Asia, as well as cybersecurity in 5G networks. Matteo is passionate about communicating the potential impact of space-related technologies on our society to the public and policymakers.
Master's thesis title
Positioning data from connected vehicles: A governance challenge
Recent professional experience
- Mar. 2018 - present: Fondazione LINKS, Italy. Senior Researcher.
- Oct. 2007 - Dec. 2017: Politecnico di Torino / Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB), Italy. Researcher.
- Jan. 2013 - Jul. 2013: Collaboration between the University of Bath and Fondazione CRT, Italy. Talenti per l'impresa / Bath Entrepreneurship Programme (an executive programme focused on business planning and start-up management).
- Oct. 2000 - Mar. 2007: University of Turin, Italy. Master of Arts in International Studies (Scienze Internaz. e Diplomatiche).