Alumni

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Elena Colli

She got her PhD in 2021 discussing her thesis on sustainability transitions in mobility behaviour titled “Towards a sustainable mobility transition? A cohort approach for Millennials and Baby Boomers in Europe”. She mainly deals with urban environmental policies and has worked on urban agriculture (INRA, Politecnico di Milano), food policies & ageing (Fondazione Cariplo) & transport policies (SEI at York; JRC of the European Commission).

Email me: e.colli3@campus.unimib.it
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Michael Gameli Dziwornu

Michael received his PhD in February 2021 with a thesis titled “Containerization of Urban Space: Implications for Spatial and Urban Transformation”. His thesis focused on theorizing the materiality of urban processes in the global south.

Email me: dzimike.md@gmail.com
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David Consolazio

David received his PhD in February 2020, with a socio-epidemiological thesis on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus’ social and territorial inequalities in the City of Milan. In 2018, he has been visiting scholar at the Department of Social Medicine of Maastricht University. His main research interests are the study of social and health inequalities, with particular attention to territorial dynamics.

Email me: david.consolazio@unimib.it
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Jim MacNeil

Jim received his PhD in February 2020 with a thesis titled Stepping Outside the Ivory Tower: The role of community-based research in transformation and social change, which focused on the role of action research and community development in disadvantaged neighbourhoods. He worked with and analysed the participatory techniques of Tesserae Urban Social Research, a private research group based in Berlin, and Mapping San Siro, a research group from the Politecnico of Milan.   

Email me: jmacneil719@gmail.com
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Vanessa Turri

She got the PhD with full marks with honours in November 2020 with the thesis “URBAN  REMUNICIPALISATION OF WATER SERVICES. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NEAPOLITAN AND PARISIAN  CASES”, a study realised using a tools mix from neo-institutionalist and public policy fields. Her supervisor  was Tommaso Vitale, professor of Sciences Po of Paris, where Turri spent a period as PhD visitor.

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Igor Costarelli

In 2019, Igor received his PhD in co-tutorship with the Department OTB (now Urbanism) at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology. The title of his thesis is “Reframing social mix and the management of mixed communities in the new welfare state. Evidence from social housing projects in Italy and the Netherlands”.

Email me: igor.costarelli@unimib.it
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Maria Dodaro

Maria received the PhD with honours jointly from the University of Milano-Bicocca and the University of Barcelona in 2019, with a thesis on municipal entrepreneurship support policies and the experiences of young beneficiaries. She undertakes research on urban governance, local welfare, and social innovation, with a particular interest in institutional changes, agency, policy instruments, and public action theory.

Email me: maria.dodaro@unimib.it
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Veronica Conte

In 2019, Veronica defended her dissertation “The Governance of Large-Scale Projects: Local Governments and Finance Capital Interaction in Milan and Brussels”, under the supervision of Serena Vicari and Manuel Aalbers (KU Leuven). Her research interests are urban and regional development policies, multi-level governance, and comparative urban studies.

Email me: veronica.conte@unimib.it
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Simone Caiello

Simone obtained his PhD on March 2018, with a thesis titled “Accessibility as urbanity measurement method in a metropolitan framework. A socio-territorial analysis of the metropolitan cities of Milan and Lyon”. The work focused on the most recent contributions about the city nature and included a methodological proposal for the socio-territorial differentiation of the metropolitan contexts, based on the measurement of pedestrian accessibility in a comparative perspective.

Email me: simone.caiello@unimib.it
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Fabio Carnelli

Fabio defended his PhD in April 2018, with a thesis on the integration of local knowledges into flood risk governance, comparing a bottom-up project in South West England and a top-down one in Emilia Romagna. His main research interests are risk and disaster governance, with particular attention to stakeholder engagement, risk perception and communication, local knowledge, social vulnerability.

Email me: fa.carnelli@gmail.com
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Paolo Borghi

Paolo Borghi received his PhD with honours jointly from the University of Milano-Bicocca and the Humboldt University of Berlin in 2018. He conducted comparative research on the self-employed workers’ representation in Italy and Germany. In the field of sociology of work and industrial relations his research interests are self-employment and urban economies, platform work, collective identities, collective representation and dynamics of solidarity among workers, across sectors and territories.

Email me: paolo.borghi@unimi.it
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Luca Bottini

Luca Bottini received his PhD in 2017, defending the thesis titled “Urban Space And Social Behavior. A Research On Community Participation In Two Neighborhoods Of Milan”. His main research interest is the study of the relationship between social behavior and urban environment using a transdisciplinar approach between urban sociology and environmental psychology.

Email me: luca.bottini@unimib.it
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