- WHILE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK (10/2012 - 02/2017)
- I was an early career fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study, research assistant and PhD Researcher in the Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing Group of WMG Department, University of Warwick (UK).
My areas of research and expertise include Sustainability Assessment, Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding/Analysis framework, methods and software and responsible development of nanotechnology, having studied and worked in these areas since 2005.
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July 2016 - Our paper "A green chemistry-based classification model for the synthesis of silver nanoparticles" was one of the most downloaded articles in Green Chemistry in 2015.
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- My current work:
- Use of Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding (MCDA) to perform sustainability assessments of products/process systems (in collaboration with the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Laboratory of Intelligent Decision Support Systems, Institute of Computing Science, Poland);
- Creation of a network of sustainability and decision support analysts to advance the scientifically meaningful use of MCDA in sustainability research;
- Development of life cycle sustainability assessment capabilities within the Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing research group at WMG.
- I successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis on 13 July 2016.
- I hold a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Sciences from Padua University and an International Master Degree in Sustainable Development from Cà Foscari Univeristy of Venice.
- I have always been fascinated by the concept of Sustainable Development and by the means that could be used to achieve it. During my undergraduate studies I focussed on renewable energies, their potentials and the main reasons why they are not used on a large scale. During the master I concentrated on engineered nanomaterials, their applications and risk assessment in the context of the evaluation of their impacts on the environment, society and economy. Nanomaterials are nowadays mainly used as additives in products (usually called nanoproducts) and as a result I decided to pursue my interests by doing a PhD on the sustainability assessment of nanoproducts.
- Ph.D. Supervisors: Dr Kerry Kirwan and Dr Stuart Coles.
- Ph.D. project founder: EPSRC and WMG/University of Warwick.
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M dot Cinelli[at]warwick dot ac dot uk
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Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing Group
Internationational Manufacturing Centre
University of Warwick