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Affiliation :
University of Florence,Italy

Biography :

Dr. Monica Meocci attained a degree in Civil Engineering (2009) and a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering (2013) at the University of Florence. From January 2013 to May 2017 she worked as Associate Researcher at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department (DICeA) of the University of Florence. From June 2017 to date she worked as a fixed-term Researcher (type A) at the DICeA developing and investigating different topics related to pedestrian safety in urban areas. From 2010 to date she was involved in National and European Research projects focused on road safety. The most relevant European projects were funded by CEDR call “Road Safety” and H2020 call “Mobility for Growth”. From March 2019 she is responsible of the national research project with Municipality of Fiesole concerning the definition of a specific pedestrian accident prediction model. She is the author of more than 20 scientific and technical papers.

She is member of the World Road Association-PIARC, technical committee C.2 Design and Operation of Safer Road Infrastructure, working group “Vulnerable Road Users”.

Dr. Meocci’s research interests are focused on the assessment of the safety effectiveness of road treatments based both on the road environmental configuration and behavioral response of the road users. Great interest is also aroused by the analysis of road materials performance in order to optimize the road configuration with reference to durability and maintenance.

Research Interest :

Road safety; Road pavement maintenance; Road pavement materials; Pedestrian safety; Vehicle restraint system