Senior Researcher and Chief Technical Officer at the Applied Technology for Neuro-Psychology Laboratory – ATN-P Lab, Istituto Auxologico Italiano, Milan, Italy, and Assistant Professor in Psychometrics at Catholic University of Milan. Cipresso, who is also Project Manager inside the ATN-P Lab, has coordinated and coinvestigated several National, European and International Projects and has been Visiting Researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA, and at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He is the unit team leader of an EU Project (BodyPass: API-ecosystem for cross-sectorial exchange of 3D personal data).
Cipresso is the Chief Editor for Frontiers in Quantitative Psychology and Measurement (for both Frontiers in Psychology and Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics). IF: 2.463, Q1. In this role (jointly with Prof. Immekus), he is managing a Board of 260 Editors.
Graduated in Economics (Bocconi University), Psychology (Padua University), and Statistics (Bocconi University, titled GradStat of the Royal Statistical Society) and with a PhD in Communication and new technologies, major in Psychology (IULM University).
Granted the prestigious status of Chartered Statistician (CStat) by the Royal Statistical Society, awarded Chartered Scientist (CSci) by Science Council; elected Fellow of the Psychonomic Society (FPsyS); Elected member of the Steering Committee (2018–20) of the Society for Computers in Psychology; Nominated Italian Delegate at NATO for four Panel: HFM-279 Leveraging Technology in Military Mental Health; HFM-ET-179 Biomedical Bases of Mental Fatigue and Military Fatigue Countermeasures; HFM-MSG-323 Guidelines for Mitigating Cybersickness in Virtual Reality Systems; Cognitive Neuroenhancement: Techniques and Technology.
Author in the last four years of more than 100 scientific publications and books like “Emerging Trends in Computational Psychometrics,” (forthcoming) “Modeling Emotions at the Edge of Chaos,” “Computing Paradigms for Mental Health,” “The Psychology of Social Networking,” and “Virtual Reality: Technologies, Medical Applications and Challenges.”
In September 2012, Cipresso was awarded with the Canada Research Chair in Clinical Cyberpsychology New Investigator Award, sponsored by the Université du Québec, Outaouais, Canada and in 2015 Intel has awarded his project (NeuroActivity project) in the top 50 projects among 8.000 from 37 Countries in the World. Cipresso is also one of the most active Reviewers in the world (source: Publons).