Régis Riveret – Research Scientist

I am senior research scientist at DATA61, CSIRO, in Brisbane.

My research regards computational tools in legal informatics and more generally tools stemming from the intersection of computer sciences and normative systems, with applications ranging from legal expert systems and smart contracts to norm-governed socio-technical systems.

Past positions were at: Imperial College London (UK) as a research associate and Marie Curie fellow, Amadeus/SII (France) as a software engineer in the team of travel electronic policies, and University of Aberdeen (UK)  as a research associate.

My work is often based on things I learned for the following degrees: PhD in Computer Sciences & Law, obtained  from  the research institute  CIRSFID, University of Bologna (Italy), Master of Engineering in Telecomnunication, obtained from Télécom Bretagne, Institut Mines-Télécom (France), Maîtrise de Physique (four years in physics) obtained at Bristol University (UK) as Erasmus student from the University of Caen (France).