CV

Curriculum vitae     FRANCO LUCCHESE CV – maj 2019

RESEARCH LINES

Research Methodology. Methods and techniques for data analysis in a clinical setting. Psychophysiology and psychometrics for the study of behavior. Computerization of procedures for the acquisition and analysis of clinical and experimental data. Implementation of advanced statistical models. Medical statistics. Health Management: Mathematical models and data analysis strategies. Methods for distance learning. ICT and disability: assistive technologies and technologies for learning disorders; collaborative learning. Human factors and quality of life. Communication and information in the clinical and research fields. The research activity is aimed at creating a synergy between research methods, neuroscience, disability and integration culture, didactics and educational research, in the formal and content context of information sciences.

 

Leader of several research programs; coordinator of ministerial initiatives of lifelong learning; coordinator of data analysis section in international research programs; director of Master; coordinator of two Research Laboratories in Sapienza University of Rome; responsible of  several Scientific International Bilateral agreements between Sapienza and LAC (Latino America and Caribbean countries) on Quality of life; Education and  ICT application in e-health.

Expertise: Research Methodology; Data Analysis;  Statistical models implementation; ICT for e_Health; Accessibility; Usability; Psychometric test implementation; Production of learning materials; Implementation and evaluation of e-learning platforms.

National scientific qualification (ASN – MIUR) as Associate Professor in 11/E1 (General Psychology, Psychobiology and Psychometry), 2012;

Assistant Professor of Research Methodology (since 2001) in Sapienza University of Rome;

Vice President of the Master’s Degree “Nursing and obstetric sciences” in Sapienza University of Rome (since 2018):

Head of Assistive Technologies Laboratory – Sapienza University of Rome (since 2015).