Alessandro Carelli graduated from the Design School of Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in Industrial and Product Design. Alessandro went on to graduate from the same school in 2012 with a Master of Science in Product Design of Innovation and Service Design.
Alessandro spent one year as a contract researcher at the Design Department in Politecnico di Milano, working on the intersection between design, ‘making’ practices and manufacturing start-ups, as well as collaborating in research and projects in the field of social innovation and local development.
He also spent 5 years as a design consultant in Milan.
Alessandro began his PhD in October 2014, funded by Loughborough University.
Research group: Design Practice Research Group
Research group: Design for Digital Fabrication research group (D4DF).
Alessandro is currently undertaking a PhD at Loughborough University with a key interest in information privacy issues related to smartphone device.
The aim of this research is to find novel and effective solutions to feedback privacy-sensitive runtime data to users in order to raise their awareness and improve their control over unintended data disclosure.
Feedback smartphone’s privacy sensitive runtime data to users
Key areas of expertise: Product Service Systems, Service Design, User Experience, Interaction Design.