Dr Romina Fucà
University of Macerata, Italy
Born in San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy on August 23, 1970 and graduated in Political Science in first class at the University of Palermo in 1997, Dr. Romina Fucà holds a doctorate in “Systems theory” from the University of Macerata, Italy. From the 2000s she has researched on totalitarianism in the post-war period. She has gradually evolved as a thinker on probability and subjective conditionality preferences, with a decision-making philosophical cut in human affairs and is strongly vulnerable to and at the same time boosted by uncertainties.
Between 2017 and 2018, she has published online three sociological works with Aracne Editrice in Rome, “Curbanismo,” “Modeling e decision-making,” and “L’evoluzione dell’urbanesimo nelle Emergenze”. “Schengen and the cross-border operations in Europe. Security systems and the EU borders,” is her latest online book published in December 2019.
As an external collaborator for Learning in “Business Management” at the School of Economics and Management, University of Verona, 37129 VR, Italy (https://www.economiamanagement.univr.it/?ent=persona&id=62617#tab-incarichi), since January 2019 she is a reviewer in the Board of “Sustainability” for the many academic journals at MDPI Institute (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainabili¬ty/submission¬_reviewers) and in the Board of Editors at “Frontiers in Law”.
Since April 25, 2022 she is a reviewer at Computing Reviews Association for Computing Machinery ThinkLoud, Inc.
Formerly, she had been an efficient employee with technical translation tasks in large administrative compartments such as the European Investment Bank (2005-2006) in Rome and the ENEL-GE Power Turbogas (2014-2015) in Sicily.