Francesca Gennari is a doctoral researcher in the Law, Science and Technology Joint Doctorate - Rights of Internet of Everything, funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Fond of philosophy, dystopian literature and philology in high school, Francesca Gennari completed her Master Degree in European and Transnational Law at the University of Trento with the maximum of grades in 2016. In the framework of the Honours Program of the University of Trento, the Collegio di Merito B. Clesio, she was in Paris as a double degree student during her third University year at Université Paris 13 Nord and for a month in her final year to carry out research for her master thesis. She was admitted to the College of Europe, Bruges Campus, year 2016-2017, with a partial scholarship of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her main interests were International Private Law and Regulatory Aspects of the Digital Single Market.
She trained as a barrister trainee in Modena while also working as a legal trainee at the office of European Ombudsman in Strasbourg.
Her doctoral research focuses on the Internet of Things (Law): Legal liability of IoE devices in the home.