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MARTELLINI MAURIZIO

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MARTELLINI MAURIZIO

Professori associati

Personal information

 

First name(s) / Surname(s)

Maurizio Martellini

Address(es)

70/A, Viale Abruzzi, 20133, MILAN, ITALY

Telephone(s)

+39 - 031 - 579821

Mobile:

+39 – 348 – 2715363

Fax(es)

+39 – 031 – 570174

E-mail

maurizio.martellini@uninsubria.it; Maurizio.martellini@fondazionealessandrovolta.it;

 

 

Nationality

Italian

 

 

Date of birth

July 29,1953

 

 

Gender

Male

 

 

 

 

 

Main competences

and experiences

 

 

 

·         Analysis  and elaboration of security strategies on international security issues, WMD-related proliferation prevention, CBRN and dual-use good & international  practice and scientists engagement & redirection  programs 

·         Analysis and engagement of critical countries,  including  “states of proliferation concerns”, like Iran and North Korea

·         Experience in “track-2” diplomacy and “facilitator” activities

·         Strategizing, planning and management of long-term international  cooperative programs and projects on global issues

·         Organization of international meetings and workshops on global  issues and related  brainstorming  round-tables  

·         Research programs in nuclear security & safety and fundamental  physics

·         Founder of the International Think-and Do-Tank  “Landau Network Fondazione Volta (LNFV)” and “International Working Group (IWG)”, Como, Italy   

 

 

 

Most important achievements of the last five years

Ø  EU CBRN CoE Projects management , namely Team Leader of the Project “Study on the sustainability of the EU CBRN CoE’s capacity building activities”, of Project 3 “Knowledge development and transfer of best practice on bio-safety/bio-risk management” and of Project 18 “International Network of Universities and Institutes for Raising Awareness on Dual-Use Concerns in Bio-Technology”. Also Team Leader of the Project tiled “Redirection of former Iraqi WMD scientists through Capacity Building for Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities, including site and radioactive waste management”.

As Team Leader, I covered the following tasks:

·         Assure coordination and communication flow among partners;

·         Assure respect of deadlines and management evaluation;

·         Assure organizational planning and day-to-day management;

·         Assure sound financial management and compliance with financial rules (including commissioning independent audit);

·         Assure project’s risk mitigation and response;

·         Assure comprehensive coordination among the implementation of project activities and respect of guidelines of the contracting authority;

·         Evaluate and assure the sustainability of the projects;

·         Report to contracting authority

 

Ø  GP-IWG Management Executive Secretary of the International Working Group (IWG) for the European Nuclear Cities Initiative (ENCI) on behalf of the International Science and Technology Centre (ISTC) of Moscow, of the European Commission DG Research and of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

Work experience

 

 

Dates

2017 - date

Occupation or position held

Team Leader

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “Study on the sustainability of the EU CBRN CoE’s capacity building activities”

Name and address of employer

European DG DEVCO, European Commission

Type of business or sector

CBRN event preparedness

 

 

Dates

2014 - 2017

Occupation or position held

WP Leader and Coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of WP2 of the EU CBRN CoE Project 34 “Strengthening Capacities in CBRN event response and related Medical Emergency response under strengthened CBRN event preparedness”

Name and address of employer

European DG DEVCO, European Commission

Type of business or sector

CBRN event preparedness

 

 

Dates

2013 - 2015

Occupation or position held

WP Leader and Coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the WP2 of EU CBRN CoE Project 7 “Guidelines, procedures and standardization on bio-safety/bio-security”

Name and address of employer

United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Type of business or sector

Biological Non-proliferation

 

Dates

2013 - 2015

Occupation or position held

Main activities and responsibilities

Team Leader

Coordination and Management of the EU CBRN CoE Project 3 “Knowledge development and transfer of best practice on bio-safety/bio-risk management”

Name and address of employer

United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Type of business or sector

Biological Non-proliferation

 

 

Dates

2013 - 2014

Occupation or position held

Team Leader

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the EU CBRN CoE Project 18 “International Network of Universities and Institutes for Raising Awareness on Dual-Use Concerns in Bio-Technology”

Name and address of employer

United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Type of business or sector

Biological Non-proliferation

Dates

2012 - 2014

Occupation or position held

Team Leader

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “Engagement of Scientists Working Group”

Name and address of employer

European Development and Cooperation Office (DEVCO), European Commission

Type of business or sector

Scientists Engagement; International Affairs; CBRN Non-proliferation

Dates

2011-2012

Occupation or position held

Project Director

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “European Biosecurity Awareness Raising Network (EU-BAR-NET)”

Name and address of employer

European DG HOME Affairs, European Commission

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitcs; CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms control

Dates

2010-2013

Occupation or position held

Team Leader

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “Redirection of former Iraqi WMD scientists through Capacity Building for Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities, including site and radioactive waste management

Name and address of employer

European Development and Cooperation Office (DEVCO), European Commission

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms Control

Dates

2010 - 2011

Occupation or position held

Project Coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “Analysis of risks related to the misuse of Natural Radioactive Materials for terrorist attack”

Name and address of employer

European DG Justice Security and Freedom (JLS), European Commission

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, Non-proliferation & Arms Control

 

Dates

2008 – date

Occupation or position held

Scientific Director

Main activities and responsibilities

Elaboration and evaluation of security strategies and initiatives in international security, and their promotion

Name and address of employer

Insubria Center on International Security (ICIS), University of Insubria, Como, Italy

Via Natta 14, 22100 Como, Italy

www.icis-uninsubria.eu   

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms Control

 

Dates

2008 - 2009

Occupation or position held

Project Coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination and Management of the Project “Supporting the norm against the misuse of the biological sciences: Integrating biosecurity considerations into tertiary-level Life Sciences curricula at European Universities”

Name and address of employer

European DG Justice Security and Freedom (JLS), European Commission

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms Control

 

Dates

2008 – 2009

Occupation or position held

Team Leader, European Commission Instrument for Stability Expert Group

Main activities and responsibilities

Elaboration of a “Case Study on future direction for ISTC/STCU and other activities for redirection of WMD scientists in the framework of the IFS 2009-2013”.

Name and address of employer

European Co-operation Office (AidCo), European Commission

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms Control

 

Dates

2008 – 2009

Occupation or position held

Visiting Professor, Belfer Center, Kennedy Governmental School, Harvard University, Cambridge, US

 

Dates

2001 – date

Occupation or position held

Executive Secretary of the International Working Group (IWG)

Main activities and responsibilities

Executive Secretary of the International Working Group (IWG) on behalf of the International Science and Technology Centre (ISTC) of Moscow, of the International Security and Nonproliferation (ISN) Bureau of the US Department of State, of the European Commission DG Research and of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Name and address of employer

International Working Group – Landau Network-Centro Volta, Como, Italy;

Type of business or sector

International Affairs; Geopolitics, CBRN Non-proliferation & Arms Control

 

Dates

1999 – date

Occupation or position held

Advisor (unofficial position)

Main activities and responsibilities

Consultancy for Several General Directions of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; several track II missions to the DPRK, Iran, the ROK, Russia and the US on behalf of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Name and address of employer

Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy;

 

Dates

1999 – date

Occupation or position held

Associate Professor in Theoretical Physics

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

University of Insubria, Como, Italy,

Via Valleggio, 11, 22100

 www.uninsubria.it/uninsubria/home.html

Type of business or sector

Teaching, High energy Nuclear Physics research

 

Dates

1994 – date

Occupation or position held

Secretary General

Main activities and responsibilities

Supervision; Coordination; Elaboration of programs and strategies, and their promotion

Name and address of employer

Landau Network – Fondazione Volta, Como, Italy;

Villa del Grumello - via per Cernobbio 11, 22100 Como, Italy

www.landaunetwork.org

Type of business or sector

Geopolitics,Non-proliferation & Arms Control; Scientific Research; Management duties

 

Dates

1995-1996

Occupation or position held

Visiting Professor

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

1991-1992

Occupation or position held

Visiting Professor

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

Department of Physics, University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome, Italy

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

1990

Occupation or position held

Visiting Professor

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

ETH Zurizh, Switzerland

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

1988-1989

Occupation or position held

Scientific Associate

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

Theoretical Division, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

1985-1986

Occupation or position held

Fellow of “Stiching voor Fundamental Onderzoek der Materie”

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

Department of Physics, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

 

1985 –1998

Occupation or position held

Associate Professor in Theoretical Physics

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

University of Milano, Italy

www.unimi.it

Type of business or sector

Teaching, High energy Nuclear Physics research

 

Dates

1983-1985

Occupation or position held

Researcher

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

INFN, Pavia, Italy

Type of business or sector

Theoretical Physics

 

Dates

1981-1983

Occupation or position held

Teacher of Radioactivity

Main activities and responsibilities

Teaching and Academic Duties

Name and address of employer

Department of Physics, University of Milan, Italy

Type of business or sector

Radioactivity and Theoretical Physics

 

 

 

Education and Training

 

Dates

2003

Name and type of the organization providing education and training

Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs on International Security program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, US

Type of qualification

Senior Scholar

 

Dates

1982

Name and type of the organization providing education and training

University of Pavia, Italy

Type of qualification

PhD in Physics

 

Dates

1979-1980

Name and type of the organization providing education and training

DAMTP, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

Type of qualification

Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Dates

1977-1979

Name and type of the organization providing education and training

Department of Physics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Type of qualification

Research Exchange Visitor

 

Dates

1976

Name and type of the organization providing education and training

University of Milan, Italy

Type of qualification

Degree cum laude in Physics

 

 

Personal skills and competences

 

 

 

Mother tongue(s)

Italian

 

 

Other language(s)

English

Self-assessment

 

Understanding

Speaking

Writing

European level (*)

 

Listening

Reading

Spoken interaction

Spoken production

 

 

 

 

Excellent

 

Excellent

 

Excellent

 

Excellent

 

Excellent

 

(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

 

 

Technical skills and competences

Methods in theoretical and nuclear physics (fundamental physics)

Global issues concerning primary resources, energy efficiency, renewable energy resources, military conversion (dual-use technologies), management and disposal of radioactive waste

Scientific and technological aspects concerning international security, NBC disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation issues

Internationalization of Science and Technology as a tool of multilateral cooperative diplomacy

 

 

 

Computer skills and competences

Good competence into the Microsoft Office Suite