Marilisa Moretti

Name: Marilisa Moretti
Date of Birth: 29 September 1994
Nationality: Italian
Position: PhD Candidate XXXVI cycle – Research course in Design, Modeling and Simulation in Engineering
Where: Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture – DICAr, Via Ferrata 3 – 27100 Pavia
Phone number: +39 3339455467

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Engineer. Master’s degree in Building Engineering and Architecture – University of Pavia. In December 2020 she graduated in Building Engineering-Architecture at the University of Pavia, with the thesis: “Description and quantitative interpretation of territorial sustainability: the DPSIR method for the Lombardy Region” Supervisor: Prof. R. De Lotto, Co supervisor: Prof. E.M. Venco.

From March 2021 she starts the collaboration with Urban Project Laboratory (UPLab) on the themes of soft mobility, reduction of environmental impact and safety for Pavia at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (DICAr) of the University of Pavia collaborating on the project “Mobility Project Municipality of Pavia” dealing with the analysis of flows and criticalities relating to the issue of mobility in the City of Pavia and subsequently with the conception of project proposals relating to the increase of cycle mobility and the safety of routes and pedestrian crossings on the first areas of study of the city.

In June 2021 she successfully passes the state exam at the University of Pavia, qualifying for the profession of engineer section A.

In October 2021 she starts the PhD in “Design, Modeling and Simulation in Engineering” – XXXVI cycle with scholarship at UPLab under the supervision of Prof. Roberto De Lotto. The climate change is one of the greatest ecological and social challenges of the XXI century and the United Nations propose some goals and directives for the protection of society, economy and environment starting from the Agenda 2030, to the Paris Agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, up to the Green Deal. Human activities significantly affect the quality and quantity of natural resources and in the whole of the impacts of human actions on the environment, particular attention is paid to actions that are summarized in indicators relating to climate-altering substances. The fundamental challenge is to find sustainable planning strategies that acts directly on land use (and therefore on human activities) to reduce the production of pollutants and their impact on environment and people.