In November 2018 Rosa Vicari defended her PhD thesis on the topic Digital traces of climate related risks: measuring the communication impact of Paris resilience strategy supervised by Daniel Schertzer and involving as jury members: Roberto Grandi (referee), Bologna University; Marie Claire ten Veldhuis (referee), Delft University of Technology; David Chavalarias, CNRS – Institut de Systèmes Complexes IdF; Massimino Bucci, Trento University; Dimitri Solomatine, Unesco-IHE; Ioulia Tchiguirinskaia, ENPC).

During her PhD research (2016-2018), Rosa’s scientific interests mainly concerned digital media, e-government, evaluating the impact of science outreach on urban resilience, urban resilience metrics, big data exploration techniques, advanced text mining, network representation. Her PhD research was sponsored by the Chair Hydrology for Resilient Cities funded by Veolia at École des Ponts ParisTech.

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