People and intellectual capital are FEEM’s key resources. It is through the work of FEEM researchers and staff that FEEM disseminates knowledge and awareness of sustainable development. FEEM works with institutions to support the economic and social fabric of our Country. In 2015 there were 149 people working at FEEM, 6% less than 2014. Most of them are researchers, i.e. 56% of the total.
FEEM provides training and support to scientific careers through “incoming” and “outgoing” individual Marie Curie Fellowships (2 in 2015), but also through Internships (8 in 2015).
Gender auditing has highlighted a slight prevalence of women over men in 2015: 60% women vs 40% men. As far as nationalities are concerned, there is a high number of non Italians. The average age in the three years examined shows that FEEM is a relatively “young” organization.
This section contains the biographies of all the people working at FEEM (listed by surname in alphabetical order). The search can be done by Surname, Role or Location.