Francesco Lanzone is a dual degree student from Sciences Po Paris, where he specialised in public policy in digital and new technologies. Alongside his master’s degree he took part in an internship in the research and development department at Liguria Digitale and worked as a Research Assistant on the LEVIATHAN project, which is funded by the European Research Council, on European Union macroeconomic governance. Before that, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies at Maastricht University, with a thesis on the European General Data Protection Regulation published in Maastricht University’s Open Journals. During his undergraduate studies he took part in an Erasmus+ exchange semester at Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona and participated in the MaRBLe research-based learning project by co-authoring a paper on parliamentary scrutiny of European Union foreign policy.
Master’s thesis title
The Internet of Things (IoT) and big data for environmental monitoring and disaster prevention: Building public capacity in the digital era