Ministry for Ecological Transition to Roberto Cingolani

Ministry for Ecological Transition: who is Roberto Cingolani

Roberto Cingolani will be the Prime Minister for Ecological Transition during the next Draghi Government, that’s who he is.

Mario Draghi he dissolved his reserve by announcing his government team. Tomorrow he will take the oath, around 12, and then go to the Chambers for Confidence. From that moment the first Draghi Government will officially take off. Among the main innovations the announced institution of Ministry for Ecological Transition, which will be in the hands of Roberto Cingolani, which will combine the competences of the Environment with those at an energy level previously assigned in various capacities to other departments.

Born in Milan in 1961, Roberto Cingolani grew up in Bari where in 1985 he graduated in Physics. A period of specialization follows at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa. Lecturer at the University of Salento between 1992 and 2004, Cingolani was “Visiting Professor”At Tokyo University (Japan) first and then at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, USA).

In 2005 he was appointed scientific director of the IIT (Italian Institute of Technology) of Genoa. Here he launched “Humanoid Technologies”, an interdisciplinary program that has its foundations on the idea that the most effective solutions to improve the quality of life derive fromtechnological imitation of nature.

Chief Technology and Innovation Officer of Leonardo since 2019, he was until June 2020 among the members of the tax force led by Vittorio Colao to support the Conte government in the management of Phase 2. Regarding his vision of the future, Cingolani himself declared in recent months:

To make the future hospitable, we need to work on it now.

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