Marco Cinelli is a final year PhD researcher from WMG Department, University of Warwick (UK), with expertise in sustainability assessment, sustainable development and decision support, having studied and worked in these areas since 2005.
He obtained his Bachelor degree in Environmental Sciences from Padua University (Italy) in 2008 and his International Master in Environmental Sciences with a major in Sustainable Development from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice (Italy) and Hiroshima University (Japan) in 2012.
He then pursued his PhD in Engineering at the University of Warwick (UK) where he focused on the integration of sustainability assessment tools with decision support methods. This allowed developing in-depth understanding of the most appropriate strategies to implement sustainability in practice through efficient multidisciplinary networks and easily understandable models for the interested stakeholders.
He structured and brings forward international collaborations with high profile experts in the areas of sustainability and decision aiding, among which the Sustainable Technology Division of the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati (USA), the sustainability and software consulting company GreenDelta in Berlin (Germany), the Laboratory of Intelligent Decision Support Systems of the Poznan University of Technology (Poland) and the Department of Logics in Uses, Social Sciences and Information Science of Telecome Bretagne University in Brest (France).