MSc Student (Politecnico di Torino), visiting scholar
Office: 516 Davis Hall
Alberto is a MSc candidate at Politecnico di Torino (Italy) and currently a Visiting Student Researcher at University of California, Berkeley.
In 2015 after having obtained his BSc at Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy) in Engineering and Management, he decided to continue his studies pursuing a MSc in Engineering and Management at Politecnico di Torino due to his interests in technology innovation, business administration and industrial engineering.
In 2017 he joined the project IDEAL RESCUE that was granted of 1.3 Million Euro by European Research Council in the field of Integrated Design and Control of Sustainable Communities during Emergencies. His work in this research is part of his MSc thesis program and involves the development of an Agent-Based Model for studying at a city-level the resilience of the companies’ supply chain for helping city planners to improve critical networks safety. His supervisor is Prof. Gian Paolo Cimellaro.
Here at UC Berkeley Alberto joined the city-scale modeling research group focusing on the inter-dependencies between the Transportation and the Water Distribution Networks of the San Francisco Bay Area.
- City-Scale Simulation
- Supply Chain Risk Management
- Strategic & Innovation Management