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TIGR2ESS: Transforming India's Green Revolution by Research and Empowerment for Sustainable food Supplies

A Global Challenges Research Fund project


Ettore has nearly ten years of research experience in two top-rank UK Universities – Cambridge and Bath – and a background in Business and Environmental Economics. Relevant research experience includes: Project lead – supply chain data analysis/visualisation and network modelling, and sustainability flagship for project ReMediES (Reconfiguring Medicines End-to-end Supply); Responsible for the network simulation and modelling laboratory/collaborative space; Project lead – model development/data analysis for the project Costing for Avionic Through-Life Availability (CATA), with a focus on the UK defence aerospace sector at the University of Bath.

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As a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, Ettore’s research focuses on evidence-driven industrial systems modelling and visual analytics for decision-making. His work has an inter-disciplinary outlook: it is geared towards providing novel methodological insights and making the most of the available evidence (qualitative and quantitative). He has expertise across a number of industrial sectors and research projects – mainly real-world pharmaceutical and agri-food supply chains. Within TIGR2ESS, Ettore contributes to research activities within FP5.


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Ettore’s published work explores the interface between engineering, environmental and management problems, with 40 publications in English. His publication records with full-text can be accessed on ResearchGate at:


Senior Research Associate, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge.
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