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Tristano Sainati is a Graduate Assistant at the
School of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds,
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom. His PhD research
is about contracting in large energy infrastructure,
specifically the effective design and delivery of
megaprojects (energy infrastructure) through Special
Purpose Entities/Special Purpose Vehicles (SPEs/
SPVs). A second research stream Tristano is working
on is about licensing and contracting in the nuclear
sector. Before joining the University of Leeds, he
was a module leader of project management at
the University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
(2013–2015) and research fellow at the Politecnico
di Milano, Milan, Italy (2012–2013). In 2011, Tristano
earned his master’s degree in Project Management
and Finance at Politecnico di Milano; in 2007, he
graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering
and Management from the same school. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Naomi Brookes, PhD, holds a Visiting Chair
in Complex Project Management in the School
of Civil Engineering in the University of Leeds,
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom and is the CEO
of Projektlernen, Whitbourne, Worcester, United
Kingdom, an organization that specializes in enabling
cross project learning. She has an extensive
research background in the management of complex
infrastructural projects and was the Action Chair
of a European Union funded project entitled
MEGAPROJECT, which brought together a network
of over 80 researchers from across the European
Union. Naomi has given invited presentations on
megaproject management in countries as diverse as
Serbia, Croatia, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain,
Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and China. In
March of 2016 she was invited to join the World
Economic Forum’s CEO council on Transformational
Megaprojects. She can be contacted at
Giorgio Locatelli, PhD, is a Lecturer of
Infrastructure Procurement and Management at the
University of Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
He has Bachelor’s and Master of Science degrees in
mechanical engineering (2006) and a PhD in industrial engineering, economics, and management from
the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) (2010). His research
is about project management in infrastructure/
megaprojects, with a focus on cost-benefit analysis,
risk management, stakeholders, governance and
temporary organizations, and modularization. His
specific areas of interest are nuclear construction and decommissioning projects, small modular
reactors, cogeneration and energy storage. Giorgio
also works as a consultant and visiting academic for
several institutions. He is the author of more than
90 international publications. He is a chartered engineer and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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