Mirko Duradoni holds a master’s degree in psychology from the Department of Education and Psychology, University of Florence and obtained the Ph.D. title in Information Engineering in 2020. He is currently a member of the Virtual Human Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Florence, a contract professor in Psychology of Groups (2019-2022), and a teaching fellow in Environmental Psychology (2021-2022).
He is particularly skilled in psychological dimensions assessment, research methodology, and data analysis. He taught Psychometrics in the Health Sector (2016-2019, University of Pisa) and has been enrolled in three EU-level projects, namely InSPIRES (ID: 741677), Erasmus+ Restore (IT02-KA204-063248), and “PHOENIX: The rise of citizens’ voices for a Greener Europe” (ID: 101037328).
In the last years, he worked with researchers from the Department of Industrial Engineering (DIEF-UNIFI) developing knowledge and expertise in how ICTs and other technologies could promote and integrate human well-being (e.g., robot-based psychotherapy, persuasive technologies, mHealth; Virtual Reality interventions), as well as support people during the Covid-19 pandemic (e.g., contact tracing systems).