Prize For Best MSc Thesis, 1 out of 3 toInnovative Mobility Management

by Jun 3, 2023Uncategorized0 comments

Prize For Best MSc Thesis to Michele Gervasio for his work on Innovative Mobility Management

The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (DICEA – Dipartimento di Ingegneri Civile, Edile e Ambientale) of the University of Naples Federico awarded Michele Gervasio with a prize for best MSc thesis. Michele has received one of the prizes (here for all awards) available at DICEA. He developed a thesis in Transport and Mobility, proposing an innovative tool for Mobility Managers. The tool adopts activity-based transport demand modeling.

The Department has framed within the National project “Dipartimenti di Eccellenza” (Outstanding Departments) the prize for best MSc Thesis won by Michele, who has developed and applied the model to a population of students.

Michele has been a brilliant master’s degree student in ISIT (Ingegneria dei Sistemi Idraulici e di Trasporto – Hydraulic and Transport Systems Engineering).

Here at MSc-TEAM, we look forward to seeing our students contributing to the theses of the University of Naples, possibly reaching similar goals and prestigious results. Meanwhile, Michele has joined our staff and is now cooperating with us with a research grant.

Bravo Michele!

About Cino Bifulco
Cino Bifulco is a Faculty Member of the University of Naples Federico II. On behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, he contributed to drafting the national guidelines for the digital transformation of road infrastructure (Smart Road). On behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, he participated in the drafting of the European Commission's Strategic Transport Research Agenda on the topic of connected and automated transport. The Ministry of University and Research appointed him to the working group to draft the National Research Plan 2021-2027. He is a member of the European Commission's Group E01941 on Intelligent Transport Systems (Cooperative - ITS subgroup) and a member of the National Technical Committee "Autonomous and Connected Driving" of the AIPCR (Permanent International Association of Road Congresses) - World Association. Cino is the Director of the Study Program in Transportation Engineering and Mobility.


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