Stefano Manzo

Stefano Manzo

Research Assistant

Bygningstorvet, Building 116B, Room 106A

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45251554

 

is currently employed as research assistant at DTU Transport. He has been working on his Ph.D. project: Uncertainty calculation in transport models. Stefano’s Ph.D. is part of the large-scale research project UNITE: Uncertainties in Transport Project Evaluation (2009-2014), financed by the Danish Strategic Research Council (DSF). Stefano has been working for three years as teaching assistant in the DTU Transport course: Transport models, and as project coordinator for two DTU Transport proposals (Mobydick and MURC) submitted to the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation "Horizon 2020". Before joining DTU Transport, Stefano worked as consultant for the Italian Ministry of Transport and for the UK based consultancy Halcrow Ltd. Stefano graduated in Political Sciences at the University of RomaTre (Rome) with a thesis on the relation between transport infrastructures and regional economic development. Stefano holds two MA degrees in Transport economics and Regulation and Competition in Public Utilities.

 

CV

Education

1997 - 2001 BA Political Science - University of Rome
2004 - 2005 MA Economics of Regulation and Competition of Public Utilities - CEIS Roma
2008 - 2009 MA Transport Economics - ITS Leeds

Academic grades

MA Transport Economics

MA Economics of Regulation and Competition of Public Utilities

BA Political Science

Professional experience

2005 - 2006 Consultant - Italian Ministry of Transport, Railway
2007 - 2010 Consultant - Halcrow group Ltd, Transport Planning

Languages

Italian, English, French

Expertise

5 years experience as consultant (analyst) in both public and private sector, respectively covering railway regulation and highway demand forecasts related issues. Worked in several PPP highways traffic and revenue forecast projects based in different countries in South America, USA and Europe.

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