Francisco Del Canto Viterale, Ph.D, Fresno Pacific University – Johns Hopkins University – MIT Collaborative
Francisco Del Canto Viterale is Project Coordinator and Adjunct Professor at Fresno Pacific University. Also, he is Visiting Researcher at Johns Hopkins University and MIT Collaborative. His core area of expertise is International Relations, Global Studies and Latin America.
His research focuses on the use of interdisciplinary and systems approaches to analyze complex data, especially on issues connected to the creation of new technology and its impact in the international system. More specifically, he specializes in the intersection between Science, Technology, Innovation, and International Relations. He is also interested in Latin American Studies, International Migration, Comparative Politics, International Political Economy, and Foreign Policy.
Francisco has been working as an academic for over seventeen years in several countries. He received his Ph.D. in International and Intercultural Studies from the University of Deusto (Spain). Prior to his doctorate, he earned a Bachelor of Science in International Relations (1998), a Diplomat in International Affairs and Diplomacy (1999) in Argentina, and a Masters in International Migrations and Social Cohesion (2011) in Spain.