Tommaso holds an MSc in Engineering and Management from Politecnico di Torino and a MAS in Industrial Engineering and Operations from SUPSI in Lugano. He has worked as a Process Engineer around logistics and supply chain in an industrial plant producing brake pads (ITT Motion Technologies), dealing with lean manufacturing and digitalization programs. His passions for Circular Economy, technological and social innovation brought him to work also for Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur, around fostering entrepreneurship on SDGs, and to collaborate with Associazione Win Win ( Bologna) for Microcredit related projects.
Tommaso’s research will deal with decision-making problems that existing organizations face to improve the sustainability of their supply chains by taking interventions of Circular Economy. The first goal is the development of an indicators system for measuring the circularity degree of a supply chain, based on its capacity of reducing waste streams, taking into account environmental, economic and social perspectives. Furthermore, based on the study of the state of the practice in the European context, he will study and highlight the drivers of the adoption of Circular Economy practices in supply chains, together with the consequences that could be expected from such transition.