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Seminario Idiano D'Adamo

Speaker: 
Idiano D'Adamo
Data dell'evento: 
Giovedì, 23 Gennaio, 2020 - 14:30
Luogo: 
Aula A6, DIAG
Contatto: 
alberto.nastasi@uniroma1.it

In ottemperanza ai requisiti previsti dalla procedura selettiva per n.1 posto di professore di ruolo di II fascia SC 09/B3 SSD ING-IND/35 - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica Automatica e Gestionale "A. Ruberti", Codice bando: 2018PAE019, giovedì 23 gennaio 2020, alle ore 14:30, in aula A6 si terrà il seminario di Idiano D'Adamo sulle sue attività di ricerca svolte e in corso di svolgimento.

 
Successivamente al seminario, alle ore 15:30, nella stessa aula, Idiano D'Adamo terrà una lezione il cui titolo verrà estratto il giorno 22 gennaio, alle ore 12:00 presso la Direzione del Dipartimento in presenza della direttrice prof.ssa Tiziana Catarci.
 

 

Descrizione

Idiano D’Adamo, vincitore di procedura selettiva di chiamata per un posto di Professore di ruolo di II fascia per il Settore Concorsuale 09/B3 – Settore scientifico disciplinare ING-IND/35, terrà presso questo dipartimento un seminario su attività di ricerca svolte e in corso di svolgimento. Il seminario avrà luogo giovedi 23 gennaio 2020  alle 14:30 in aula A6, DIAG, via Ariosto 25.

 

Abstract:

The parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) reached the Paris Agreement to combat climate change and to intensify the actions needed for a sustainable transition towards a low-carbon future. In this talk, I will describe the results of my research activity. It is referred to the economic and management aspects of sustainability in several contexts. The first regards the role of biomethane that can potentially replace natural gas as a sustainable vehicle fuel, but its development is strictly linked to the adoption of governmental support programmes to stimulate market growth. Following this approach, it is performed an assessment of the potential transition of the municipality of Rome to a more sustainable transport system, based on the economic feasibility of biomethane. The second concerns End of Life Vehicles that are one of the most important waste streams in terms of volumes and material contents. The study underlines that the economic side is the most important criteria and there is a synergy between technological progress and circular economy models. The third is referred to the photovoltaic systems in public buildings, realized in a developed and subsidized market. They are able to develop economic opportunities and profits can be consistent with a significant share of energy produced and self-consumed. The fourth is referred to the bioeconomy. It is proposed a new indicator able to measure the socio-economic performance of bioeconomy sectors specifying also the impact of innovative sectors. In addition, it is introduced also another indicator that instead measures the performance of End of Life alternatives for bio-based products.

 

Short Bio: Idiano D’Adamo obtained Italian National Qualification for Associate Professor position on August 2018. He received the Master of Science in Management Engineering in 2008 and the Ph.D. in Electrical and Information Engineering in 2012. Both from the University of L’Aquila. He worked in the University of Sheffield, the National Research Council of Italy, Politecnico di Milano and University of L'Aquila. In August 2015, he obtained the Elsevier Atlas Price with a work published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. He received two Excellence Review Awards: Waste Management in 2017 and Resources Conservation and Recycling in 2018. During its academic career, Idiano D'Adamo published 61 papers in the Scopus database, reaching an h-index of 23. His current research interests are bioeconomy, circular economy, renewable energy, sustainability and waste management.

 

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