MARCO DIANA

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Professore Associato (L.240)

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  • Gender Innovation Living Lab, (data sconosciuta-data sconosciuta) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE

    ERC sectors

    SH1_11 - Technological change, innovation, research & development

    SDG

    Obiettivo 5. Raggiungere l’uguaglianza di genere ed emancipare tutte le donne e le ragazze

    Abstract

    GILL, coordinated by ENoLL, the largest network of Living Labs (LL), will develop a pan-European collaboration and learning hubbased on the LL principles to become the open innovation framework for all European actors for open gendered innovation. The GILL“LL” will co-create sustainable mechanisms to increase gender responsive smart innovation and entrepreneurship (GRISE) by fixingpractices and culture across the European ecosystems.GILL will focus on 4 macro-objectives: a) to enable the organisational and cultural changes, b) to enhance professional development,c) to increase the integration of gender and diversity into product design, technologies and innovation, and d) to allow genderededucational practices. In parallel, GILL actions will act along a matrix of horizontal spheres of innovation (individual & team, tools &methods, innovation & products, societal processes) and three vertical priorities (Health and resilience, Green & Digital transition).GILL will be implemented through an iterative co-creation approach structured on a four-phases cycle - understand, co-design,implement, evaluate - repeated twice to incorporate the feedbacks and evaluation results in fine-tuned and validated results. 15Action-Oriented Experimentations in 8 European countries will develop new approaches to GRSIE, test, evaluate the changes, andthereby validate GILL’s outputs in real-life open ecosystems.Through this cycle, GILL will deliver a systemic review of barriers to GRSIE leading to the co-design of proven methodologies, services,and tools for GRSIE to be made available on a sustainable and easy to use platform. In line with the LL methodology, co-creation andopen innovation will be fostered among the main actors of the Quadruple Helix model - citizens, government, industry, and academia- who will be engaged all along the project through different participatory activities.
  • Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR European citieS, (2017-2020) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Transport

    Vedi la scheda del progetto su CORDIS

    Abstract

    The goal of STARS is to close the gap between the potential benefits of shared vehicle services, with special emphasis on those innovative forms that are enabled by recent technology applications in the transport sector, and their real impacts in terms of congestion mitigation, environmental footprints and social inclusion, that are mediated by both individual preferences and social innovation patterns. STARS will achieve this goal by integrating knowledge, expertise and research methods from transport engineering, environmental psychology and economics, thanks to the unique blend of different competences and kinds of organisation within the consortium.The role of car sharing in improving mobility in European urban areas and providing new business opportunities to the automotive sector will be assessed through an integrated co-modality approach, where the impact of car sharing on other travel modes (public transport, active means, private cars) will be quantified. To this effect, both business as usual and rupture mobility scenarios will be studied, the former referring to future projections of actual trends concerning the diffusion of car sharing in EU countries, and the latter to an assessment of its full potential in presence of appropriate policy actions aimed at maximising social benefits. These policy actions will be informed by the definition of a decision support toolkit that will allow the identification of the best strategy to implement a car sharing service (kind of service to promote, rough estimation of the market dimension, accompanying measures for competing travel modes, business opportunities for different economic actors) as a function of the socioeconomic characterisation of the area, of the related mobility lifestyles, of the policy context and of the related Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning measures and priorities. Both guidelines (in the form of what-if scenarios) and practical examples will be provided.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • Italia
    • Francia
    • Germania
    • Svezia
    • Belgio
    • Regno Unito

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • PUNCH TORINO SPA
    • LGI CONSULTING
    • BUNDESVERBAND CARSHARING EV
    • FREIE HANSESTADT BREMEN
    • ICLEI EUROPEAN SECRETARIAT GMBH (ICLEI EUROPASEKRETARIAT GMBH)
    • GOETEBORGS UNIVERSITET
    • AUTODELEN.NET, VLAAMS NETWERK AUTODELEN
    • CARDIFF UNIVERSITY

    Strutture interne coinvolte

  • Supporting Urban Integrated Transport Systems: Transferable tools for local authorities, (2016-2020) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Transport

    Abstract

    SUITS takes a sociotechnical approach to capacity building in Local Authorities and transport stakeholder organisations with special emphasis onthe transfer of learning to smaller sized cities, making them more effective and resilient to change in the judicious implementation of sustainabletransport measures. Key outputs will be a validated capacity building program for transport departments, and resource light learning assets(modules, e-learning material, webinars and workshops), decision support tools to assist in procurement, innovative financing, engagement of newbusiness partners and handling of open, real time and legacy data. SUITS argues that without capacity building and the transformation of transportdepartments into learning organisations, training materials will not provide the step change needed to provide innovative transport measures.Working with 9 cities to model gaps in their understanding, motivation, communication and work practices, will provide each city with a map of itsown strengths and weaknesses with respect to sustainable transport planning. From this, strategies to enhance capacity, based on eachauthority’s needs will be developed and organisations provided with the necessary techniques to increase their own capacity, mentored directly byresearch partners. Local champions will be trained to continue capacity building after the project. Using the CIVITAS framework for impact, theeffectiveness and impact of SUITS in enabling reductions in transport problems such as congestion and pollution while improving cities capacity togrow as well as the quality of life for urban dwellers and commuters through the development of inclusive, integrated transport measures will bemeasured in the cities and at individual, organisational and institutional levels.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • Coventry University

    Strutture interne coinvolte

  • Modal diversion, co-modality and technology applications in passenger transport systems, (2015-2017) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca da Enti privati e Fondazioni

    Abstract

    The study object of the present research is modal diversion and co-modality in the passenger transport sector. The point of view that we adopt to operationalise such concepts is to focus on the behavioural change issue concerning the use of different transport modes, when both a set of new technology options and differentregulatory and marketing actions are implemented. More precisely, we would like to better clarify the relationship between behavioural changes in terms of modal diversion and the range of possible interventions that can be implemented in different disciplinary ambits. It has in fact been observed that combining transport policymeasures of different kind but targeting the same goal has a multiplicative rather than an addictive effect. This will allow us to find the “optimal” and “feasible” co-modality in a given situation. To achieve this goal, we consider a set of policy measures and transport services, with special emphasis on those enabled by new technology applications such as the shared use of vehicles, and we foresee a mixed mobility and attitudinal surveys whose results will be analysed through a new structural equations modelling framework. We believe that this new approach will allow for a significant advance in the study of the mode switch issue, thus contributing to a leap in the state of the art in related research fields. The final outcome of the research will be the availability of a new and powerful decision support policy tool to maximise modal diversion andpractically define the optimal co-modality, through the synergetic effect that can be obtained by coordinating appropriate policy and regulatory actions, the use of new technologies and appropriate interventions on the territory. This tool will also allow the analyst to evaluate related implementation costs needed to reach the optimal co-modality and to compare them with expected benefits.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • FONDAZIONE CRT CASSA DI RISPARMIO DI TORINO

    Strutture interne coinvolte

  • METPEX -A MEASUREMENT TOOL TO DETERMINE THE QUALITY OF THE PASSENGER EXPERIENCE, (2012-2015) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE - VII PQ - COOPERATION - Transport

    Vedi la scheda del progetto su CORDIS

    Abstract

    Public transport is central to people’s lives and well-being, especially vulnerable groups (e.g. less mobile, elderly and disabled). It is essential in providing access to employment, shops, services and leisure. The need to encourage greater public transport use is critical in achieving sustainability targets. For many, the perception and reality of public transport does not encourage use, especially when multimodal forms of transport are needed. A holistic understanding of passenger experience is critical to develop and support transport accessibility. Whilst previous research has focussed on different aspects of passenger experience, the diversity of tools developed limits their usefulness, effectiveness and transferability. Given the maturity of research, there is a need to synthesize methods and knowledge, to produce a pan-European standardised tool for use across transport modes and with different passenger groups to focus attention away from the design of discrete elements to the whole journey experience. Taking a holistic approach to the study of the passenger experience will provide a bridge between transport, sustainability, design, accessibility and land use; acknowledging the central importance of mobility to quality of life. To plug this gap, METPEX will develop an inclusive passenger experience measurement tool for European transport providers, passenger groups and municipalities validated through its use across 8 sites of varying transport complexity. Its development will be informed by the consortium’s understanding that data collection methods themselves have to be inclusive. The data collected will enable the creation and dissemination of service quality and accessibility benchmark indicators. Through its deployment the tool will have far reaching impact in terms of providing more grounded intelligence to inform transport design, accessibility, land use and sustainability, and ultimately improve mobility and quality of life for EU citizens.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • Grecia
    • Spagna
    • Svezia
    • Francia
    • Belgio
    • Italia
    • Lituania
    • Portogallo
    • Eire
    • Svizzera
    • Romania

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • F. K. LIOTOPOULOS KAI SIA EE
    • INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DEL EMBALAJE, TRANSPORTE Y LOGISTICA
    • KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLAN
    • FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE L'AUTOMOBILE
    • SIGNOSIS SPRL
    • TERO MONOPROSOPI IKE
    • ROMA SERVIZI PER LA MOBILITA SRL
    • SMART CONTINENT LT UAB
    • VTM-CONSULTORES EM ENGENHARIA E PLANEAMENTO LDA
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • ANAPTYXIAKI GREVENON-ANAPTYXIAKI ANONYMI ETAIREIA OTA
    • INTERACTIONS LIMITED
    • ZURCHER HOCHSCHULE FUR ANGEWANDTE WISSENSCHAFTEN
    • EUROKLEIS SRL
    • Integral Consulting R&D

    Strutture interne coinvolte

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