Paolo Dejana
Paolo Dejana
Member
Last update: Feb 5, 2024
Paolo Dejana
Last update: Feb 5, 2024
Details
Citizenship:
Italy
Languages:
English, Italian
Highest Degree:
Bachelors
Experience:
21 years
Sectors:
Environment & NRM, Logistics, Roads & Bridges, Urban Development, Civil Engineering, Air & Aviation, Transport
Gender:
Male
Address:
Monserrato CA, Italy
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About

Born in 1973, he has more than 18 years of experience as a transport engineer. After achieving a degree in Transport Engineering, he refined his skills by following specific training courses about vehicular micro and macro simulation models as well as pedestrian microsimulation. 

Since 2003 he has been collaborating with Systematica from the Cagliari branch office, dealing mainly with the elaboration of traffic simulation models on both micro and macro scales.

During his career, he has been involved on a wide range of projects at national, regional, provincial and urban scale, concerning both private and public transport topics, in Italy and abroad, including Singapore, UAE, Lybia, Russia and others.

He gained a valuable experience in the transport planning field that ranges from feasibility studies to regional and urban masterplanning, traffic impact assessment, pedestrian analyses on complex spaces like airports and metro stations.

from 2012 to 2020 he has been partner and technical director of Systematica MLab srl. Since 2021 he is senior consultant for Mobility Iin Chain. 

University degree (5 years) in Civil Transport Engineering (University of Cagliari, Italy, April 17-2002).

Member of Association of Italian Engineers and Architects (Ordine degli Ingegneri), Province of Cagliari since September 2002 

he was a speaker at various international conferences such as:

2015, Ufa (Russia), 3rd UrbanBairam forum, 2 lectures on the downgrade of big urban infrastructures and on the integration of public transport with the urban tissue

2013, Moscow (Russia), exhibition of a few case studies on pedestrian modeling at International Transport Modeling Conference 

Main experiences:

  • Molzhaninovo Masterplan, 2015 Moscow, transport consultancy for the requalification of Molzhaninovo district, focused on promotion of public transport and sustainable mobility
  •  “Masdar masterplan” and “Masdar delivery phase 1” 2006-2009 Abu Dhabi, transport strategy and design of the transport system inside the carbon neutral citadel, consultancy from masterplan to design stage up to the put in operation
  •  Ekaterinburg development strategy, 2016 Ekaterinburg, transport consultancy as part of the masterplan of the city, focused on smooth mobility (pedestrians and cyclists) and public transport improvement. 

Pedestrian analysis of complex building and large venues for design optimization and performance assessment. Examples:

  • EXPO2015: south gate, palazzo Italia and main boulevard, regional pavilions;
  • Venice airport land side
  • Malpensa terminal 2 pedestrian connection with railway station
  • Paris, 4 metro stations for the prolongment on Line 4 and 12 metro lines