Dr Andrea Prota – RELUIS
Full Professor, expert in seismic risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies and guidelines. Member of Major Risks Italian National Committee – Sector Seismic Risk of the Italian Department of Civil Protection and of the Commission of Italian Ministry for Infrastructures and Transportation that developed the Guidelines for Classification of Seismic Risk of Constructions. Prof. Prota, president of CI3R, will act as ROADMAP project coordinator.
Dr Edoardo Cosenza – RELUIS
Full Professor, expert in seismic engineering, structural engineering and conservative rehabilitation using innovative materials. Founder and President of Reluis. President of the Association of Engineers of the province of Naples since 2017. Member of the Commission of the Ministry of Infrastructures, Superior Counsel of Public Works for the “Guidelines for the monitoring, evaluation of structural safety and risk classification for existing bridges” and of the Commission of the Ministry for Cultural-Heritage for the redaction of the “Guidelines for the assessment of seismic risk of cultural heritage”. Past member and vice-president of Major Risks Italian National Committee – Sector Seismic Risk of the Italian Department of Civil Protection.
Dr Maria Polese – RELUIS
Associate Professor, expert in seismic vulnerability assessment, risk/loss estimation methodologies and crisis management policies framework. Actively involved with Reluis in the activities of support to ICPD for preparation of the National Risk Assessment 2018 for Italy.
Dr. Luca Ferraris – CIMA
President and CEO of CIMA Research Foundation. Operational and research experience in Hydrometeorology, Hydrology and Climate Change with particular emphasis in flood and natural hazards forecasting and risk evaluation. Member of Major Risks Italian National Committee. Operational and research experience also in Civil Protection, risk reduction, liability, legal aspects & governance in risk management.
Dr. Marco Massabò – CIMA
Program Director for Capacity Development in Disaster Risk Reduction and Civil Protection of CIMA Research Foundation, with a focus on European IPA and neighbourhood Countries. His approach to capacity development is based on bridging the science-policy interface for improving disaster risk management.
Dr. Nicola Rebora – CIMA
Senior Researcher at CIMA Research Foundation, head of the Bureau of the Presidency and Programmes Support sector, expert in hydrometeorology and climate change adaptation. Expert in flood risk and development of risk management procedures and platforms. Since 2015 he is member of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies, promoted by DG Home.
Dr Barbara Borzi – EUCENTRE
Senior Researcher at Eucentre and currently Head of the Risk Scenarios Department. She is involved in several national and international research projects. Her main research interest is evaluation of earthquake risk at urban or regional scale of structures and infrastructures.
Dr Fabio Germagnoli – EUCENTRE
Executive Manager of the Eucentre and, among other tasks, he is coordinator of several national and international projects carried out by the Foundation. Among the most relevant tasks, he participated in the working group 6. Disaster and insurance funding established by the Civil Protection Department within the National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction.
Dr Chiara Casarotti – EUCENTRE
Senior Researcher at Eucentre and currently Head of the Emergency Support Department. She has been deeply involved in the emergency management and rapid response to earthquake disasters, both within european projects and in real disasters, with technical coordination roles.
Eng. Giulia Fagà – EUCENTRE
Head of the Education department of Eucentre, She is involved in several research projects dealing with earthquake risk reduction. Her current work is mainly focused on dissemination and knowledge transfer activities in the field of earthquake risk mitigation.
Dr Alberto Gotti – EUCENTRE
Senior Researcher at Eucentre. He has an extensive experience on environment and health impact assessment, exposure modelling including biologically-based toxicokinetics models, development of dose-response relationships based on both Biology-Based Dose Response modelling and epidemiological approach, climate change processes and policies, use of GIS for environment and health impact assessment, statistical data analysis and techniques to assess and reduce uncertainty in human health risk assessment.