- Postdoctoral Researcher, Health Data Science
Emanuele Rabosio was born in Milan in 1985. He studied Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, obtaining his bachelor and master degrees, both cum laude, in July 2007 and October 2009. In the same university, in March 2013 he received the Ph.D. in Information Technology discussing a thesis in the field of databases. During his Ph.D., he spent four months as a visiting scholar at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). From 2013 to 2017 he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB) of Politecnico di Milano.
His research at DEIB focused on the study of approaches to deal with information overload, which is the problem arising when users are not able to properly manage their data due to the excessive size. In this scope, he proposed data personalization techniques relying on the concept of context, which is the situation that a user is living while accessing data. At Politecnico di Milano he was also a teaching assistant for university courses about foundations of computer science, foundations of databases, data warehouses and data integration. Since January 2018 he has been working as a researcher at the Center for Analysis, Decision and Society (CADS) of the Human Technopole. At CADS, he participated in research projects regarding the analysis of patent and drug development data, dealing mainly with the issues related to the preparation, integration, and management of the data necessary for the analyses. Currently, he is conducting research about innovative data integration techniques.
06/2020 - Quantitative Science Studies
Connected from the Outside: The Role of US Regions in Promoting the Integration of the European Research System
Considerable efforts have been deployed by the European Union to create an integrated Research & Development area. In this paper, we focus on the structure and evolution of the European collaboration network as reflected by patent data. We study patent networks representing collaborations between inventors located in different geographic areas. Existing studies seem to indicate […]
04/2020 - Journal of Translational Medicine
Studies on the early 2000s documented increasing attrition rates and duration of clinical trials, leading to a representation of a “productivity crisis” in pharmaceutical research and development (R&D). In this paper, we produce a new set of analyses for the last decade and report a recent increase of R&D productivity within the industry.
05/2019 - Journal of Informetrics
Long-term correlations in short, non-stationary time series: An application to international R&D collaborations
Within the perimeter of patent collaboration networks, the average distance of collaborations and the number of countries involved per each collaboration have been shown to have increased steadily in time. Less attention, though, has been devoted to assessing whether this growth of cross-country collaborations is stable in time. To address this scientific question we focus […]