Eugenia's interests are in the organisational processes of innovation. She investigates the role of objects, such as physical and digital models, in knowledge creation and exchange within and across organizations in science and technology intensive settings. Her research interests include:
• Digital technologies and the material context of organising
• Catastrophe models and the insurance protection gap
• Emergence, stabilisation and replication of organisational routines
• Organising for resilience
• Learning and innovation in project-based contexts.
Eugenia holds a PhD in Science and Technology Policy and an MSc in Technology and Innovation Management, both from SPRU (University of Sussex). She graduated in Industrial Engineering with Management at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). Before joining Bayes, Eugenia was Senior Scientist at ETH Zurich and, previously, Assistant Professor at Bocconi University, where she was also a fellow in the research centers CRORA and CROMA.