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Curriculum Vitae

1.1. Position:

 

1.1.1. Current position:

Name: Romeo Francesco

Tenured Associate Professor of Logic and Legal Informatics, University ‘Federico II’ Naples, Department of Law.

 

1.1.2. Previous years:

  • 2003 – march 2011 Tenured Associate Professor of Logic and Legal Informatics, University G. D’Annunzio Chieti – Pescara Department of Economics
  • 1985 – 2003 Researcher in ‘Private Law Institutions’ at G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, Department of Economics
  • 1980 – Graduated Cum Laude in Law from the ‘La Sapienza’ University, Rome, with a final point score of 110/110 and an average of 110
  • 1974 – High school diploma, Classics major, from the Liceo T. Tasso, Rome, with a final grade of 60/60

 

1.2. Spoken and written languages besides Italian:

  • German, excellent
  • English, very good
  • French, very good

 

2. Teaching experience

 

2.1. Courses taught in the department:

 

2.1.1. Current position, academic year 2011-2014:

  • Logic and Legal Informatics, teaching duties
  • Philosophy of Law, additional assignment

 

2.1.2. Previous years (1997 – 2011 University G. D’Annunzio):

  • General Theory of Law
  • Basic principles of IT
  • Theory of Legal Interpretation
  • IT Principles for Lawyers
  • Private Law Institutions and IT Law
  • Comparative Private Law

 

2.2. Teaching contracts with other universities:

  • Legal Informatics, University LUISS Guido-Carli, Law School, a.y. 2009-14
  • Logic and Legal Informatics University G. D’Annunzio, Chieti – Pescara Department of Economics, a.y 2011 – 2013
  • Logic and Legal Informatics, Università telematica Leonardo da Vinci, School of law, a.y 2006-2012
  • Philosophy of Law, Ethic and Deontology, Università telematica Leonardo da Vinci, School of law, a.y 2006 – 2012

 

2.3. Teaching experience in specialization courses, masters and PHD:

  • Doctoral Programme, Law Department, EUI, Firenze
  • PhD in Diritto e nuove tecnologie, Università di Bologna
  • PhD in Filosofia del diritto: Arte e Tecnica della Giurisprudenza – Ermeneutica dei Dirittidell’Uomo, Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Federico II’;
  • PhD in European Law and Comparative Business and Market Law, G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, discussant for Prof. Civitarese, on the subject: Practical Formalism and Application of the Law, Pescara 17 March 2006
  • PhD “Tullio Ascarelli” International Doctoral School of Law and Economics, University of Rome Tre, Seminar on Hermeneutics, Ideology and Economic Analysis of Law, lecture entitled: Scientific Methodology and Regulatory Disciplines, Roma 18 May 2006
  • PhD Profiles of European Citizenship, Catania, seminar entitled “Bios, psyche and polis: public ethics and human sciences in biotechnology” Catania 27/28 January 2005
  • First level master’s degree in Law and e-Commerce, Telma online university, ‘Direct Marketing’ and ‘Open Source e Free Software’ module. Roma March-December 2006
  • Second level university master in IT Law and Theory and Technique of Standardization, La Sapienza University, School of Law, lesson entitled ‘Cognitive Sciences and Standardization’ Roma, November 2005
  • Specialization course in Law, Economics, Politics and Culture of the European Union – Jean Monnet program G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara
  • Specialization course in European Business Law G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara
  • Specialization course in e-Commerce Law and Practice G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara
  • Second level university master in Law and e-Commerce University Law school LUMSA, Rom
  • Master in IT Law and Theory and Technique of Standardization, University of Lecce

 

3. Administrative activities and duties

 

3.1. Heading of PhD courses:

  • Scientific Coordinator of the PhD program in Philosophy of Law, of the University of Naples Federico II’.

 

3.2. Heading of specialization courses:

  • Head of the ‘Specialization Course for Tutors in Career and Educational Guidance and Environmental and European Education’ at G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, Department of Economics, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of the Environment, the Premiership Office Department of Community Policies and the Province of Chieti, academic years 2002/04

 

3.3. Teaching coordination of specialization courses:

  • Specialization course in e-Commerce Law and Practice G.D’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, Department of Economics, academic year 2000/01
  • Specialization course for Business Lawyers and Jurists in the European Union’  G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, Department of Economics, academic year 2001/02

 

3.4. Other administrative duties and positions:

  • Secretary of the International Academy of Philosophy of Law ‘Sapienza’, University ‘La Sapienza’ Roma
  • Member of the Board of Professors for the Doctorate in ‘Philosophy of law’ University of Naples ‘Federico II’
  • Member of the Scientific Technical Committee for the professional training course “Ecommerce Law and Practice” a.y. 2004/05
  • Member of the Board of Professors for the Doctorate in “European Law and Comparative Business and Market Law, G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti and Pescara, section annexed to the “Tullio Ascarelli” International Doctoral School of Law and Economics a.y. 2004 – 14
  • Member of the “Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law” SEAL; 2005-08
  • Member of the “Società Italiana di Filosofia del Diritto” 2004- 08

 

4. Scientific Activity

 

4.1. International and national conferences and seminars:

  • Thirteenth Seal Scholarship Conference, Emory University School of Law Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 20-21 aprile 2012, Evolution of Cooperation in a Legal-Normative Environment, a Game- Theoretic Model;
  • QAJF 2011, Proportionality and Justice, con una relazione dal titolo: Some aspects of the evolution of legal norms in the lower Pleistocene: a quantitative approach to normativity, Fiesole, 25-26 Febbraio 2011;
  • A Colloquium in Legal Philosophy and Legal Informatics, Italy and Norway, con una relazione dal titolo: Neural nets: how legal prejudices became computable, Napoli 3-4 Luglio 2009;
  • ‘Donnerstag Seminar’ a cura dei Professori Lothar Philipps, Heinrich Scholler e Bernd Schünemann presso l’Istituto di Filosofia del Diritto ed Informatica Giuridica dell’Università di Monaco, relazione del titolo: Die Entstehung der Rechtsrelation in der genetisch-kulturellen Ko-Evolution, Monaco 4 Giugno 2009;
  • Governing work and welfare by means of deliberative democracy. A discussion on the open method of social policy coordination, report entitled: The Scientific Method and its Extension to Law Roma 9-10 October 2006;
  • Law, Behavior and the Brain, Squaw Valley Conference, Gruter Institute Squaw Valley Conference 2005, Panelists con Peter J. Richerson e Oliver R. Goodenough, panel Culture/Biology Interface, Squaw Valley, CA, USA 22-25 May 2005;
  • Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion / IRIS 2004, Universität Salzburg, paper: ‘Das künstliche Recht’, Salzburg, A, 26-28 February 2004;
  • ‘Donnerstag Seminar’ Institute for Philosophy of Law and Legal IT, Ludwig-Maximilian Universität, Munich, paper: Werte der Rechtsintoleranz, einige Überlegungen auf Grund der Ungleichheitsphilosophie von Nicolas, June 2002;
  • World Congress On Neural Networks – San Diego California USA 5-9 June 1994, two posters: ‘Simulation of Human Edonic Choiches’ and ‘Simulation of Verdicts in Civil Liability’ June 1994;
  • Italian-German workshop on IT Munich, Bayern, 19/20 November 1992, paper: Der elektronische Sommelier – ein neuronales Netz zur Bestimmung von Qualitätsunterschieden bei Weinen;
  • VIII International Society of Commodity Science and Technology Symposium, Bad-Hersfeld Lubecca, August 1991, paper: Classification by means of neural networks, new classification Methods;
  • Workshop Neuronale Computer – Philosophie und Praxis, Munich 15 – 17 March 1990 paper: Simmetrie, Analogie und Recht in neuronalen Netzen.

 

4.2. Participation in co-funded and other research

  • PRIN 2004 – 2005: Democratic Principles, Transparency and Public Administration, scientific coordinator F. Merloni; research unit Mass Media, Institutional Transparency and Democraticb Control: compared experiences, scientific manager Professor Gardini

 

4.3. Research at foreign institutions

  • Visiting researcher at VLS University (Vermont, USA), working in conjunction with Professor O. Goodenough and Professor C. Paese on research into the application of cognitive sciences to the legal environment, entitled ‘The Origin of Law’ November/December 2004
  • ‘Gast Dozent’ at the Philosophy of Law and Legal IT Institute, Ludwig-Maximilian Universität,Munich, working in partnership with Professor Arthur Kaufmann on research into ‘Legal Analogy’ and with Professor Lothar Philipps in the field of the automated interpretation/application of law through neuronal networks 1985 – 1990

 

4.4. Publishing activity

  • In partnership with Professors G. Carcaterra, B. Romano, K. Papageorgiou and S. C. Sagnotti, founder of the online magazine ‘i-lex, scienze giuridiche scienze cognitive ed intelligenza artificiale’ (www.i-lex.it), of which he is editor-in-chief and a member of the scientific committee

 

5. Current areas of research

  • Application of cognitive sciences to the study of the formation of the subjective judgment in a legal environment
  • Evolutionary analysis of law
  • Time Shifted Rationality Theory and its applications to law
  • Use of neuronal networks and statistical analysis in the observation and simulation of the judge’s interpretive procedure and the subjective judgment
  • Cognitive sciences, artificial intelligence and interpretation of the law
  • Applications of distributed AI to e-commerce private law
  • E-commerce private law, intellectual property of electronic data and privacy
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