Dr Claudio Cortese
PhD in Archaeology and lecturer in "Computer Applications in Archaeology" at the Catholic University of Milan. His main interest is management and analysis of data in the cultural heritage area through the use of different methods, standards and technologies, from relational databases to GIS, from Digital Libraries to the Semantic Web. In the historical / archaeological field his working activity is mainly oriented towards the design and creation of databases for several research groups. During the PhD has also gained experience in the use of statistical techniques for the analysis of archaeological data, tools used mainly for the reconstruction of the transformation processes that affected the ancient material culture. In the last decade he worked at the Interuniversity Consortia Cilea and Cineca. Here his interests expanded to the wider field of digital humanities, and materialized mainly in project management and analysis of data and metadata in the context of Digital Assets Management Systems for the curation, preservation, reuse and distribution of digital resources. In relation to all these topics he provides consulting services, lessons and training in universities and in public and private institutions. At 4Science from 2016, he currently holds the position of Data Scientist, Business Analyst Project Manager and Trainer for all the DSpace and Dataverse Repositories and is involved in the Duraspace community as member of the DSpace Community Advisory Team (DCAT).