Costanza Tiriduzzi is an analyst who has recently joined the Brighton office of the Technopolis Group. She has a background in innovation studies, with a particular interest in the governance of science and technology and in innovation for sustainability and development. She is trained in a range of methods, including statistical analysis, network analysis and bibliometrics and has successfully applied qualitative research methods, including stakeholder interviews, case studies and literature reviews. Her postgraduate dissertation was a study of the governance of new mutagenesis techniques for plant breeding at the EU level.
Since joining Technopolis Group, Costanza has worked on researching and writing case studies for a Circular Economy Impact Assessment study for the EPSRC. Prior to joining Technopolis Group, she interned in the Rural and Regional Development Centre of the Umbria region, Italy, where she contributed to the Centre’s consultancy activities on topics like agriculture and environment.
Costanza obtained her Honours undergraduate degree in Spanish & Politics at the University of Edinburgh. She also holds a Master of Science in Sustainable Development from the Science Policy Research Unit of the University of Sussex. Costanza is fluent in Italian, English and German, and has good knowledge of French and Spanish.