Lucia is the Centre for Data, Culture & Society Training Manager. Her main responsibilities involve planning, designing and coordinating a comprehensive digital research methods training programme for researchers in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science.
She got her MA and Scuola di Specializzazione degrees at the University of Padua (Italy) in Roman Archaeology. In 2010 she attended a masters in Geotechnologies for Archaeology at the University of Siena (Italy), with a focus on GIS, Databases, and 3D reconstructions. Since then she has specialised in the field of Digital Humanities taking part in numerous projects in the UK and Europe. She earned a PhD in Classics at the University of Edinburgh with a research project about the role of doors and windows within domestic spaces in Imperial Italy. She applied a computational approach to the analysis of the impact of openings in the architecture and everyday life of Roman houses.
She has also served as instructor and helper on a series of Data and Software Carpentries in Edinburgh and Oxford and she is part of the EdCarp Organising Committee.