Simone Mulargia

Simone has been Post Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Communication and Social Research (CORIS), Sapienza University of Rome, since 2010. He has been Adjunct Professor in New Media at the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences (DISPOC) – Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Siena (2011-2012, 2012-2013 academic year).

He has worked at Centro Nazionale per l’Informatica nella Pubblica Amministrazione – CNIPA (National Center for IT in the Public Sector) as researcher and consultant in 2006-2008. His activities have focused on innovation and ICT diffusion in the Public Administration.

He has taught new media, online journalism and sociology of communication in several Master Course at CORIS Department (Master in Screenwriting and Video Game Direction; Master in Television Production; Master in Public and Institutional Communication; Master in Management, Marketing and Communication of Music). He has been member of the Scientific Board of the Master in Screenwriting and Video Game Direction at the Department of Communication and Social Research (CORIS), Sapienza University of Rome.

Simone’s research and publications are devoted to the study of the relationship between culture, technology and society, with a main focus on the role of digital media. He also studies video games, addressed from different points of view: online gamers behaviour, video games’ market dynamics, serious games for learning.

Research Interests
Game studies, internet studies, mobile communication, emergency communication

Email: simone (dot) mulargia (at) gmail (dot) com


  • Post Doctoral Researcher at “SHAKE networks: The role of social media in emergency communication and dissemination of seismological research”, a designated Research Project of Relevant National Interest funded by the Italian Ministry of Education (2014-2017)

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