Dario is a scholar working at the intersection of information design, critical data studies, and digital humanities at Harvard University.

He is a senior affiliate of metaLAB, an experimental laboratory to model new forms of cultural communication, creative practice, and scientific knowledge production.

Also, he is an affiliated member of Berkman Klein Center, a visiting scholar at Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome, and a lecturer at Pantheon-Sorbonne University where he teaches information design.

With Metis Presses, he authored Mapping Affinities: Democratizing Data Visualization, an open-access book about charting scientific communities from a design-driven, ethical perspective.

Dario is an alumnus of MIT, and EPFL awarded him a PhD in Science after attending the doctoral program of Architecture and Sciences of the City. 

He lectured in prestigious institutions and exhibited in major museums. Previously, he was employed at Sciences Po and the European Commission.