Marco Gui is the Director of the Digital Wellbeing Research Center. He is associate professor at the Department of Sociology of the University of Milano-Bicocca, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Media Sociology. His research interests concern social and individual differences in the use of the Internet, with a particular focus on digital inequality, youth and media and the relationship between digital media use and well-being. His research appeared in some of the most influential journals in these fields such as New Media and Society, Economics of Education Review, Policy&Internet, Social Science Computer Review.

Tiziano Gerosa is currently a post-doc researcher at the University of Milano-Bicocca, were he obtained a Ph.D. in Applied Sociology and Methodology of Social Research. To date, he collaborates with several research groups for the implementation of experimental, quasi-experimental and longitudinal studies focused on the analysis of education processes, policies and outcomes. His main research interests are the reproduction of digital and educational inequalities, teachers’ training and working conditions, students’ transversal competencies and related measurement issues.

Alessandra Vitullo  holds a PhD in Sociology of Communication at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. She was visiting scholar at Texas A&M University, KU Leuven, and at Uppsala University. In her previous research works Alessandra investigated the virtual presence of religious groups and their social representations, focusing especially on Islamophobia and hate speech online. Aside from implementing media education projects for students Alessandra also taught Theory of Communication in high schools.


Lucilla Losi is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science of Aarhus University, Denmark. Her research interests focus innovative aspects of digital societies, in particular on the excessive use of media by adolescents; digital participation; online circulation of information and attitudes towards scientific institutions.