Maurizio Teli, PhD

Maurizio Teli, PhD
Assistant Professor
participatory design, ethnographic and digital methods, digital commons

Maurizio Teli, PhD in Sociology and Social Research, has always worked in interdisciplinary contexts focusing on the political dimensions of the production and use of digital technologies. He has developed an ethnographic sensibility, now extended to include digital methods, for the study of software development and for the participatory design of digital technologies. He has worked in or coordinated a few EU funded projects. He is now focusing on the design of digital technologies nurturing the common, in particular as Research and Innovation Coordinator of the PIE News H2020 project.

Teli, M., "Computing and the Common. Hints of a new utopia in Participatory Design", Aarhus Series on Human Centered Computing, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 4, 2015.
Tonolli, L., M. Teli, and V. D'Andrea, "A Design Anthropology Critique of Active Aging as Ageism", Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A, no. 26, pp. 95–113, 2015.
Teli, M., S. Bordin, M. M. Blanco, G. Orabona, and A. De Angeli, "Public design of digital commons in urban places: a case study", International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, vol. 81, pp. 17–30, 2015.