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Mauro Martino

Mauro Martino

ha condotto il workshop SPATIAL DATA ART al FESTIVAL 02 CREAZIONI c/o istituto i2a di Vico Morcote

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Mauro Martino is an Artist | Designer | Researcher focusing on the representation of network of human interactions. He has been collaborating with leading commercial research and development laboratories, including Clarion, based in Tokyo, Japan. Mauro was a research affiliate with the SENSEable City Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, working on data visualization and his related research project, Urban Interaction Design.

Mauro is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate with Albert-László Barabási at Center for Complex Network Research and with David Lazer at John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Boston.

He has developed a long experience in the visualization and exploration of massive amount of human mobility data, while working with different databases from different mobile operators (Airsage – AT&T – BT – Orange – Sprint – TDC – Telecom Italia) and in different nations (Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Italy, USA).

Mauro Martino is a PhD in Design and Technologies at Politecnico di Milano, Italy.


Selected Exhibitions | 2010

Maps for The 21st Century

Royal Geographical Society, London, United Kingdom

Maps for The 21st Century

The Serpentine Gallery, London, United Kingdom

MAPS DLD10 – Connect the unexpected

DLD10, Munich, Germany

SENSEable Cities: Exploring Urban Futures

GAFTA, San Francisco, USA


Villa Romana, Firenze, Italy

Real Time Copenhagen

Copenhagen’s Kulturnatten, Copenhagen, Denmark


Selected Talks | 2010

Network, Visualization and Society

Center for Complex Network Research, directed by Professor Albert-László Barabási.

Urban Interaction Design

MIT Enterprise Forum, Auto-ID & Sensing Solutions.

Visualizing Urban Data

SENSEable City Lab, Workshop on Real-Time Cities.

Visualizing Urban Data

Politecnico di Milano, Density Design.

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