Terzi, Stefano

Visiting Scientist

Profile
  • Stefano Terzi
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-EHS
    OFFICE:
    Global Mountain Safeguard Research (GLOMOS)
    E-MAIL:
    terzi@ehs.unu.edu
    NATIONALITY:
    Italy

    Research Interests

    • Climate change adaptation
    • Risk Assessments
    • Water scarcity

    Education

    • Ph.D., Multi-risk assessment in mountain regions within the context of climate change. Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Venice, Italy), Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics in collaboration with Eurac Research (Bolzano/Bozen, Italy)
    • MSc., Combined forest management actions: fire risk reduction and bioenergy production analysis. University of Genova (Genova, Italy), Faculty of Environmental and Energy Engineering, in collaboration with CIMA Foundation (Savona, Italy)
    • BSc., University of Genova (Genova, Italy), Faculty of Environmental and Energy Engineering

    Appointments

    • 2019 to date: Post-doc researcher at Eurac Research (Bolzano Italy)
    • 2018 (4 months): Visiting PhD. Student at IHE Institute for Water Education (Delft, NL)
    • 2017 to date: member of the European Geosciences Union
    • 2016-2019: PhD. Student at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Venice, Italy)

    Biographical Statement

    Stefano has a background as an environmental engineer from the University of Genova in Italy, and holds a PhD in environmental science from the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice in Italy, jointly with Eurac Research related to multi-risk assessments in mountain regions within the context of climate change. During his PhD, he spent four months at the UN-IHE Institute for Water Education (Delft, Netherlands) working on system dynamics modelling for water supply and demand assessments in an Alpine catchment. Stefano currently works as a post-doc at the Climate and Disaster risk group of Eurac Research on climate-related impacts.

    Stefano’s research aims at the adoption of a systemic perspective to advance the understanding of cross-sectoral and dynamic interactions of multi-risk processes. His interests focus on mountain regions, capturing the spread of water scarcity impacts that can arise from unbalanced conditions of water availability and cross-sectoral water demands. He is actively involved in proposals writing for European and national funding schemes, combining his interest on risk assessments with human relations and team working attitude.