Renewable Energy Systems group, University of Geneva
Uni Carl-Vogt C605, Blvd. Carl Vogt 66
CH-1211 Geneva 4
Matteo joined the Renewable Energy Systems group at the University of Geneva as a PhD student in October 2019. His research is centered on modeling long-term energy and greenhouse gas emissions trajectories at the European and global scales, with the aim of improving the representation of socio-technical transition dynamics into national and global energy system models. During his doctorate, he will be working in the framework of the NAVIGATE Horizon 2020 project, also contributing to the planning and implementation of the stakeholder activities.
Prior to joining the group, Matteo worked for 3 years at Cambridge Econometrics (CE), where he built an extensive track record in assessing the economic and employment implications of low-carbon policies in the energy and transport sectors. He is an economist by training, he holds an MSc degree in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment from University College London (UCL) as well as an MSc and a BSc degree in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University.