Stefano Armenia

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Stefano Armenia was born in Rome in 1971 and had his degree in IT Engineering at University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 1998. From 2001 to 2008 he has worked for the Department of Enterprise Engineering at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, where he had is Ph.D. in Economical and Managerial Engineering and a Master degree in Business Engineering. He has collaborated with Sapienza University from 2008 to date, where he has been participating or coordinating many national and international projects. He is the current President of SYDIC (the System Dynamics Italian Chapter, the Italian branch of the System Dynamics International Society), and has his research focus on the analysis of the impacts of new technologies and IT systems on organizational processes, as well as on the analysis of strategies/policies impacts of private and public organizations. His researches and publications have mainly dealt with the analysis of complex systems dynamics in many fields, from logistics and transportation to innovative finance, from security & defence and technological innovation, to policy modeling and impact assessment.

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President of the System Dynamics Italian Chapter (SYDIC -