Emanuela Cepolina (ceppo) has been researching technologies for humanitarian demining since 2003. She holds a PhD from the University of Genova, a master's degree from the same university and a bachelor's degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland), all in mechanical engineering. She likes travelling in remote places discuss with local people and ask them their opinion on technologies they use and they would like to have. More on her CV and on her PhD thesis "Powertillers and snails for humanitarian demining: participatory deisgn and development of a low-cost machine based on commercial agricultural technology"
Emanuele Carrea (gatto) reached his master degree in mechanical engineering on March 23, 2005.
In the same year he started the research activity at the Thermal Engineering and Environmental Conditioning Division of the Production, Thermal Engineering and Mathematical Models Department (DIPTEM/TEC) of the University of Genoa. After completing his PhD in mechanical engineering he is now working in the renewable energy branch of Fichtner Italia, a consulting company in the field of energy production. In his spare time he is realizing technologies for developing realities.
Mechanical engineer, mechanical designer, sustainable agriculture expert
Environmental engineer,energy savings expert.
Mechanical engineer, Project manager, deep understanding of south-east asian culture after working 4 years in Thaliand.
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