Team

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Massimo Tavoni is the Principal Investigator of COBHAM. Traditionally his research has focused on integrated assessment modeling of climate change and energy policies.

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Giovanna d’Adda is responsbile for the study of the role of behavioral factors in the diffusion of energy conservation practices and in the evaluation of energy efficiency programs.

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Johannes Emmerling studies the role of behavioral traits on energy consumption decisions and the resulting welfare effects, to ultimately implement these findings in Integrated Assessment Models.

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Yu seeks to understand people’s energy consumption using behavioral tools, and how applying behavioral interventions can help people make better decisions.

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Giacomo Marangoni analyses the wealth of data coming from smart meters and energy sensors to identify patterns of behavioral response to information feedback on consumption.

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Jacopo Bonan is specialized in the design of impact evaluation studies and now works on the role of behavioural interventions to improve energy access and efficiency in developing countries.

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Matteo Fontana studies ways to deal with the multiplicity and complexity of data coming from various sources, such as smart meters, social networks, behavioural experiments and surveys.

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Marina Nasi is a freelance journalist, working for print periodicals and online media, and a member of the Ordine dei giornalisti della Lombardia.

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Mariaester is senior scientific manager, contributing to the management of research activities of the COBHAM project

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Jacopo coordinates COBHAM’s dissemination activities, including the implementation and maintenance of the website.