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Bruno Lepri's Mug ShotFondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italia
Ricercatore MIT Media Lab, Boston, USA


Ambiti Principali e Ricerca: I suoi interessi di ricerca includono Social Physics e Computational Social Science, Big Data e Personal Data, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing.

In particolare, sta attualmente lavorando sull'utilizzo di mobile phone data, social media, e open data pe raffrontare diversi problemi della società come i livelli della criminalità, il consumo energetico e la diffusione delle epidemie.

Sta anche lavorando sullo sviluppo di nuovi approcci incentrati sull'utente per il personal data management e per indagare la monetizzazione dei dati personali.

 

 

  Profilo Professionale:

 

Bruno Lepri dirige il Mobile and Social Computing Lab (MobS Lab) ed è vice-direttore della linea di ricerca Complex Data Analytics alla Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Trento, Italy).

Bruno è anche visiting scientist a MIT Connection Science e research affiliate a Data-Pop Alliance, il primo think-tank su Big Data e Sviluppo, co-creato da Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, MIT Media Lab e Overseas Development Institute.

Bruno è anche responsabile della definizione dei temi di ricerca del Mobile Territorial Lab, un living lab lanciato a Novembre 2012 da Telecom Italia, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, MIT Media Lab e Telefonica che coinvolge più di 100 famiglie a Trento.

Nel 2013, Bruno ha co-organizzato la Telecom Italia Big Data Challenge.

Nel 2010 ha vinto una borsa di post-doc Marie Curie ed è stato post-doc al MIT Media Lab lavorando con il gruppo Human Dynamics.

Ha conseguito un dottorato in Computer Science dall'Università di Trento con una tesi su riconoscimento della personalità.

I suoi interessi di ricerca includono fisica sociale, scienze sociali computazionali, big e personal data, ubiquitous computing, e comprensione automatica del comportamento umano.

Attualmente, Bruno sta usando dati di telefonia, dati bancari, dati di social media e dati open per affrontare diverse sfide sociali come la comprensione della dinamiche urbane, la predizione delle aree di crimine, la predizione del consumo energetico e la diffusione delle epidemie.

Inoltre, Bruno sta anche sviluppando nuovi approcci alla gestione e alla monetizzazione dei dati personali.

 

 

 

Pubblicazioni Selezionate: 
  • The life and death of great italian cities: A mobile phone data perspective, M De Nadai, J Staiano, R Larcher, N Sebe, D Quercia, and B Lepri Proceedings of the World Wide Web conference (WWW), 2016
  • Energy consumption prediction using people dynamics derived from cellular network data A Bogomolov, B Lepri, R Larcher, F Antonelli, F Pianesi, and A Pentland EPJ Data Science
  • Network diversity and affect dynamics: The role of personality traits. A Alshamsi, F Pianesi, B Lepri, A Pentland, and I. Rahwan PLOS ONE, 2016
  • Multimodal personality recognition in collaborative goal-oriented tasks L Batrinca, N Mana, B Lepri, F Pianesi, and N Sebe IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 2016
  • Beyond contagion: Reality mining reveals complex patterns of social influence A Alshamsi, F Pianesi, B Lepri, A Pentland, and I Rahwan PLOS ONE, 2015
  • A multi-source dataset of urban life in the city of Milan and the Province of Trentino G Barlacchi, M De Nadai, R Larcher, A Casella, C Chitic, G Torrisi, F Antonelli, A Vespignani, A Pentland, and B Lepri Scientific Data, 2015
  • Moves on the street: Classifying crime hotspots using aggregated and anonymized data on people dynamics A Bogomolov, B Lepri, J Staiano, E Letouze, N Oliver, F Pianesi, and A Pentland Big Data, 2015
  • Making big data work: Smart, sustainable, and safe cities B Lepri, F Antonelli, F Pianesi, and A Pentland EPJ Data Science, 2015
  • Money walks: A human-centric study on the economics of personal mobile data J Staiano, N Oliver, B Lepri, R de Oliveira, M Caraviello, and N Sebe Proceedings of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp), 2014
  • Automatic personality and interaction style recognition from Facebook profile pictures F Celli, E Bruni, and B Lepri Proceedings of the International Conference on ACM-Multimedia (ACM-MM), 2014
  • Daily stress recognition from mobile phone data, weather conditions, and individual traits A Bogomolov, B Lepri, M Ferron, F Pianesi, and A Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on ACM-Multimedia (ACM-MM), 2014
  • Once upon a crime: Towards crime prediction from demographics and mobile data A Bogomolov, B Lepri, J Staiano, N Oliver, F Pianesi, A Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI), 2014
  • Modeling functional roles dynamics in small group interactions W Dong, B Lepri, F Pianesi, and A Pentland IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 2013
  • Predicting spending behavior using socio-mobile features, VK Singh, L Freeman, B Lepri, and Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom), 2013
  • Friends don't lie: inferring personality traits from social network structure J Staiano, B Lepri, N Aharony, F Pianesi, N Sebe, A Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, 2012
  • Connecting meeting behavior with Extraversion - A systematic study B Lepri, R Subramanian, K Kalimeri, J Statiano, F Pianesi, and N Sebe IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2012
  • Do linguistic style and readability affect their virality? M Guerini, A Pepe, and B Lepri Proceedings of the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (IWSC), 2012
  • Automatic prediction of small group performance in information sharing tasks W Dong, B Lepri, and A Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on Collective Intelligence, 2012
  • Please, tell me about yourself: automatic personality assessment using short self-presentations LM Batrinca, N Mana, B Lepri, F Pianesi, N Sebe Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI), 2011
  • Modeling the co-evolution of behaviors and social relationships using mobile phone data W Dong, B Lepri, and A Pentland Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM), 2010
  • Employing social gaze and speaking activity for automatic determination of the extraversion trait B Lepri, R Subramanian, K Kalimeri, J Staiano, F Pianesi, and N Sebe Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI), 2010
  • Multimodal recognition of personality traits in social interactions F Pianesi, N Mana, A Cappelletti, B Lepri, and M Zancanaro Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal interfaces (ICMI), 2008
  • Using the influence model to recognize functional roles in meetings W Dong, B Lepri, A Cappelletti, A Pentland, F Pianesi, and M Zancanaro Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal interfaces (ICMI), 2007
  • Automatic detection of group functional roles in face to face interactions M Zancanaro, B Lepri, F Pianesi Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI), 2006