Massimo Borelli was born in Trieste on April 26th, 1965.
He graduated in mathematical physics at University of Trieste in 1993 on a thesis about the behaviour of the solutions of the fast diffusion nonlinear partial differential equation and in 2012 he earned his Ph.D. in neuroscience and cognitive science with a dissertation on biostatistical tools applied over the neural control of ventilation.
After having taught for seven unforgettable years since 1994 at the Italian High School in Rovinj - Rovigno d'Istria (Croatia), he currently teaches math at the S. de Sandrinelli High School of Trieste.
Moreover, since 1999, he had taught Multivariate Data Analysis, Biostatistics, Social Statistics, Economical Statistics, Bioinformatics and Basic Computer Science within several undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Trieste.
He is currently involved in the research team in Soft Computing Theory at the Computer Science Department of the University of Trieste, he is visiting professor at the Institut Universitari Parc TaulÝ of the Universitat Aut˛noma de Barcelona .
He researches also with PsiQu being president of the non-profit organization Expero.
He is member of the editorial board of JWL and he serves as an indipendent statistical consultant.