Mattia Amadio started his research activity at CMCC in 2012. He is an environmental scientist and holds a PhD in “Science and management of Climate Change” from the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. He works in the Risk Assessment and Adaption Strategy division, focusing on the estimation of economic costs connected to natural hazards, in particular floods and inundations. Part of his work experience was spent on Small Island Developing States.
His research involves the development of a flood risk modelling framework which covers the spatial representation of economic value, the characterisation of hazard magnitude and the elaboration of updated, reliable damage models. He runs the climate service FLOOD-MAGE, which is a tool for the estimation of economic costs triggered by flood events.
2016-2019: PhD in Science and Management of Climate Change, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (IT).
2012: MSc Sustainable development, Joint Degree between Ca’ Foscari University (IT) & Utrecht University (NL).
2009: BSc Environmental Sciences, Ca’ Foscari University (IT).
- Testing empirical and synthetic flood damage models: the case of Italy
- Mapping Socioeconomic Exposure for Flood Risk Assessment in Italy
- Climate risk index for Italy
- Flood loss modelling with FLF-IT: a new Flood Loss Function for Italian residential structures
- Improving flood damage assessment models in Italy
- RP0206 - Economic impacts of drought on agriculture