Fulvio Silvestri is Research Fellow at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano since 2022.
He earned the title of PhD in Enterprise Engineering in 2022 at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" with a thesis entitled "Behavioral Models for Impact Assessment of Autonomous Driving on Travel Demand", and achieved with honors the Master's Degree in Management Engineering in 2018 at the same university with a thesis entitled "Territorial Impacts of Innovative Transport Solutions".
He is author of several scientific publications and currently reviewer for the journals "European Transport Research Review" (Springer), "Case Studies on Transport Policy" (Elsevier) and "Journal of Advanced Transportation" (Hindawi).
He conducts research in the field of transport planning and traffic engineering, focusing on econometric models for travel demand forecasting and on mathematical models for transport simulation.
He was awarded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) - Urban Mobility for the paper "Users’ acceptance and willingness to pay for Urban Air Mobility services "presented during the European Transport Conference (ETC) 2022.
He was awarded by the Italian Association of Regional Sciences (AISRe) for the best Master's degree thesis in the field of analysis, planning and evaluation of policies on a regional and local scale, presented during the AISRe Conference in 2018.
He is lecturer for first and second level university masters courses and teaches as an assistant in the university Master’s Degree course in Mobility Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano (Course in Transportation Planning 2019-today).
Previously he taught in the university Master's Degree courses in Management Engineering and Civil Engineering of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (Course of Urban and Metropolitan Transport 2017-2021, Course of Management and Operation of Transport Systems 2017-2021).
Fulvio Silvestri is also Ambassador to Italy of the Association for European Transport (AET) since 2019 and Member of the Program Committee "Young Researchers 'and Practitioners' Forum" of the European Transport Conference (ETC) since 2018.