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Gian Maria Campedelli is a XXXII cycle candidate of the International Ph.D. in Criminology programme at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Mulan and researcher at Transcrime. From January to June 2018, he has been visiting research scholar at Carnegie Mellon University – School of Computer Science in Pittsburgh, PA. In September 2016 he received a Master’s degree with honours in Public Policy, major in Security Policy, with a dissertation entitled “Measuring Mafia at municipal level: development of a composite indicator to analyze the presence of Organized Crime in Italy”. In October 2014 he graduated from the same university in Political Science.
At Transcrime, Gian Maria works on project PROTON (Modelling the PRocesses leading to Organised crime and TerrOrist Networks), funded by the Horizon 2020 research programme of the European Commission. His research interests intersect life-course criminology, organized crime and terrorism with complex networks, machine learning and statistical modelling for crime data.
THIRTY-SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ECONOMIC CRIME – Professor Savona speaks on “Transparency an effective tool in fighting crime?” at Jesus College.
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL ON TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME (ELSA) – Prof. Savona presents a report on UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime at Università di Napoli Federico II.
UNODC MACRO/Expert group – Prof. Savona gives a report on “From Mexico to Balkans: framing data collection on organized crime”.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION – Prof. Savona participates in the meeting of national anti-corruption experts.
12th EU EXPERIENCE SHARING PROGRAMME WORKSHOP – Professor Savona presents a paper on “Assessing the risks of infiltration of Organised Crime in the legitimate economy: tools and remedies in the procurement sector”.
ILLICIT NETWORKS WORKSHOP – Professor Francesco Calderoni presents the Agent Based Model of the Proton project on the recruitment of organized crime.
Prof. Savona and Prof. Francesco Calderoni participate in the presenting conference of the preliminary results of PROTON in Palermo.
Marco Dugato discusses about measuring transnational organised crime at international workshop on Global Justice: Some Key Issue Areas and Policy Concerns.
On the occasion of Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Prof. Savona speaks of reducing opportunities for organized crime: from crime proofing (supply) to recruitment processes (demand).
On the occasion of the first International Conference on Crime Risk Analysis, Marco Dugato shows some examples of the application of RTM in Italy.
#SAVETHEDATE 02/09/19 – Deadline to apply for the XXXV cycle of International #PhD in Criminology of the @Unicatt https://t.co/WAQHxsiPAd. Click the following link to apply https://t.co/P1Yh0Q5Qjq #criminology #phdstudent #phdlife #university #dottorato https://t.co/RehpcJnkHT
About 1 out 4 illicit cigarettes consumed in the EU are trafficked along the North-Eastern Route (i.e. Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine). These cigarettes #flow from extra-EU Eastern European countries to EU MSs. This is what emerges from #Nexus2019 https://t.co/AyGInwxBt4 https://t.co/eb6Z6J6YI5
#SummerSchool2019 on Cybercrime has been a big success! Participants had the opportunity to understand the business model of #cybercrime and to meet sector professionals and experts. The success is due the #collaboration with our international partner @TNO_Research #summerschool https://t.co/VGyS94JOCA
#SummerSchool2019 on Cybercrime has been a big success! Participants had the opportunity to understand the business model of #cybercrime and to meet sector professionals and experts. The success is due the #collaboration with our international partner @TNO_Research #summerschool https://t.co/QIjld9xbIH