︎Dario Rodighiero is an Assistant Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Groningen, where he serves the multidisciplinary Campus Fryslân faculty within the Knowledge Infrastructure department.
At the faculty, Dario coordinates the Data Wise minor for introducing students to applied data science in real-world problems, while also teaching data and visual literacy within the Bachelor’s program in Data Science and Society.
Maintaining affiliations with Harvard University, he acts as a principal at metaLAB (at) Harvard, delving into arts and humanities, and holds a position as a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, focusing on controversy mapping.
Dario relies on knowledge design, critical data, and digital humanities to map scientific organizations and cultural institutions. His approach effectively bridges gaps between diverse fields, acting as a mediator for interdisciplinary projects and initiatives.
With Metis Press, he authored the book, ”Mapping Affinities: Democratizing Data Visualization.” This work delves into reinventing organizational charts, offering a fresh take on the way we visualize and interpret social dynamics.
EPFL awarded him a Ph.D. in Science. Over the years, he has held positions at MIT, Sciences Po, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and the European Commission, lectured at CERN and Ars Electronica, and exhibited at MAXXI and Harvard Art Museums.
Mapping Affinities: Democratizing Data Visualization
Metis Presses (2021)
From Wisdom to Data: Philosophical Atlas on Visual Representations of Knowledge
Porto University Press (2022)
The Analogous City, the Map
EPFL Archizoom Press (2015)
Immersive Architectures for Data Literacy
Information Design Journal (2022)
A Visual Translation of the Pandemic
Leonardo, MIT Press (2022)
Extending Museum Beyond Physical Space: A Data-Driven Study of Aldo Rossi's Analogous City as a Mobile Museum Object
International Journal for Digital Art History (2022)
Orchestrating Cultural Heritage: Exploring the Automated Analysis and Organization of Charles S. Peirce's PAP Manuscript
ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media (2023)
Reading Network Diagram by Using Contour Lines and Word Clouds
Graphs and Networks in the Humanities (2022)
Drawing Network Visualization on a Continuous, Spherical Surface
International Conference Information Visualisation (2020)
Printing Walkable Visualizations
Transimage Conference (2018)
Exploring the Data Visualization Landscape: S-H-O-W 2023 Conference Highlights
Ars Memorativa as the Genesis of Information Design: A Conversation with Manuel Lima
Critical Data Literacy in Immersive Digital Spaces
Le pseudo-narcissisme et internet. Y a-t-il vraiment de plus en plus de narcissiques ?
Anthropocene 2050 (2022)