Riccardo Di Clemente

Newton International Fellow of Royal Society, UCL

Dr. Riccardo Di Clemente is a Newton International Fellow of the Royal Society at University College London UCL at the Centre for Advance Spatial Analysis (CASA).

As a researcher, Riccardo career has focused on the development of critical multidisciplinary approaches to socio-economic data analysis. his research extends beyond academic outcomes and aims to impact the mainstream – using new tools and big data analysis to enable optimally-informed decisions in the realms of public policy-making and business.

Hi research tackles some of the most important and pressing socio-economic questions which are identified through a continuous meaningful interaction with policymakers and companies, as well as academically advancing the frontier of big data analysis. He collaborated with a wide range of public and private entities, nationally and internationally.

Experience

  • 2018–present
    Newton International Fellow of Royal Society, University College London - Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
  • 2015–2017
    Postdoctoral research associate, MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 2014–2015
    Postdoctoral research associate, Institute of Complex Systems CNR-Italy