Monica Cariola is currently senior researcher at IRCrES-CNR. Laurea 110/110 cum laude in Economics, University of Turin and postgraduate in Foresight at PREST, Manchester University (UK). After 2 year as Economic-financial Analyst in a Company operating in R&D of innovative productive processes, since 1989 she works at IRCrES, (former CERIS). Here she has been Scientific Leader of the Research Units “Innovation” and “Innovative public policy evaluation” and Project or WP leader in several European/National Research Projects, especially in the field of innovation, industrial sectors analysis, economic-social impact analysis of green technologies, technology Foresight, public policies analysis and evaluation (e.g.. EU Project “iMERA – ERA-NET” 2004-2007; EU-FSE POR, 2000-2006; EU Project EQUAL- PRIMEALI, 2005-2008; NANOBUILD” within POR FESR 07/13). In the building sector she was responsible of the research projects within the Innovation Pole on “Environmentally sustainable Building”, (Piedmont Region, 2010-2015) and task leader within the CSA H2020 “HAPPEN - Holistic APproach and Platform for the deep renovation of the Med residential built Environment” (2018-2021). In the marine sector, with reference to sustainable technologies/resources, she has been responsible of an OU within the RITMARE governmental project (2012-2016) and coordinator of “The Economy Mirror Platform - Economic sectors of Blue Growth” within the European CSA BLUEMED (Horizon 2020, 2017-2021). From 2002 to 2006, she has been visiting professor at the Polytechnics of Turin for the courses of "Economics" and of "Management”. Among the others, she has been member of the “International Foresight S&T Group”, supporting the CNR strategic planning.







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