Dr. Morga, Mariantonietta
Research fellow - Community and infrastructures resilience and risk management
- Vienna, Austria
- Chlemsford, United Kingdom
Last updated: 2018/04/09
Dr. Mariantonietta Morga gathered experience in several subjects about natural disaster risk management, resilience of infrastructures and communities.
Mariantonietta have a wide backgrounds in both environmental engineering and civil engineering gianed during her MSc and PhD studies in Italy. For this reason she is researching on infrastructures and community resilience. She has a decennial experience in research that included also activities in cooperation with national road and railway authorities of Austria, where she worked for almost six years as scientist. She was involved in European FP7 projects and is working for an European H2020 project on infrastructure and community resilience subject. Mariantonietta worked also as a chartered engineer in Italy for few months after completation of her doctoral studies. In her current position at Anglia Ruskin University delivered the lecture “Sustainable places” to MSc students as expert in environmental planning. For the H2020 project in which is involved she is in charge also of data collection from local authorities about damages and impact of soil liquefaction occurencies induced by earthquakes, besides the scientific desk activity.
Among her skills Mariantonietta can list finite element analysis, GIS mapping and analysis and scientific programming. Moreover, in her carrier she authored and co-authored journal and conference papers, project reports, co-organized special sessions in international conference and she is currently in the scientific board of an upcoming Elsevier conference and is reviewer of journal and conference papers.
Expertise & interests
- Eastern Europe (/w European part of Russia)
- Climate adaptation
- Environmental protection
- Land-use and planning
- Mobility and transport
- Resilience and risk-management
- Urban development and infrastructures
- Capacity building of administrators
- Capacity building of stakeholders
- Framework strategies and plans
- Territorial cooperation and networks
- London, United Kingdom
- Vienna, Austria