is a computer scientist with a focus on knowledge graphs and information exploration.
Michele is part of the Digital Science
team behind Dimensions.ai
, an award-winning data platform that can be used for R&D information discovery, analysis and reporting. Michele leads the Dimensions Data Solutions team, focusing on enabling end-users analytics solutions via APIs
, Google BigQuery
and other tools.
Prior to that, Michele worked at Springer Nature
, where he was instrumental to the development of projects such as SN Scigraph
(a state-of-the-art open linked data platform), Nature.com subject pages
(a dynamic section of the website that allow users to navigate content by topic) and the Nature ontologies portal (a repository of knowledge models used at Nature).
Michele holds a PhD in semantic web technologies from the Knowledge Media Institute
(The Open University, UK) and advanced degrees in logic and philosophy of language from the University of Venice
(Italy). After his doctorate, he worked as a research associate at King's College Department of Digital Humanities
(London), where he contributed to influential digital humanities projects such as the People of Medieval Scotland
and the Art of Making in Antiquity