Dario Rodighiero is a postdoctoral associate at MIT Comparative Media Studies and an affiliate at Harvard MetaLab. He combines humanities and technology by practicing design at the intersection of architecture, data visualization, social science, graphic and interaction design. The Swiss National Science Foudation is currently funding his position.
He investigates the academic dynamics at different scales. After looking at individuals by designing the Affinity Map, his research now focuses on the Worldwide Map of Research to create a recommendation system for scholarly mobility.
Dario attended the doctoral program of Architecture and Sciences of the City at EPFL. His doctorate was advised by professors Frédéric Kaplan and Boris Beaude, while the dean Marilyne Andersen financed his studies.
Formerly he joined the Médialab of Sciences Po led by Bruno Latour and was a scientist at the European Commission, which recently appointed him as an external expert in data visualization and interface design.
Dario is a proud finalist of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award 2020 as part of the team An Enquiry into Modes of Existence / Reset Modernity!
History of Visual Networks
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
Translating Data Into Visualization
Sciences Po, Paris
Introduction to Data Visualization
Institut d’historie de l’art (INHA), Paris
Self-Recognition in Data Visualization
The Daily Design of the Quantified Self
Swiss Informatics Digital Magazine
The Hermeneutic Circle of Data Visualization
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology
Printing Walkable Visualizations
Transimage Conference 2018
Mapping Affinities in Academic Organizations
The Analogous City, the Map
EPFL Archizoom Press