Ettore Arpini

Ettore Arpini

MSc. student in Engineering and Policy Analysis

Delft University of Technology

I am a scholarship holder MSc. student in Engineering and Policy Analysis at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management in Delft University of Technology, and the Program Management Specialist at the [World Resources Institute’s Ross Center for Sustainable Cities] ( I hold a cum laude bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, with an emphasis on decision support systems, risk management and enterprise performance management. I am also an amateur linguist, an avid traveler and a dog lover.

As a member of the Computational Urban Science and Policy research group at the department of Multi-Actor Systems, I am conducting my thesis research on the access and impact of Urban Commons though a case study in Amsterdam.The goal of the study is to explore, from a mixed method approach, what is the spatial and demographic relationship between Urban Commons, their impact, and their users in order to understand how Urban Commons could be leveraged by policy-makers to address inequality and segregation in Dutch cities.

  • Urban Analytics
  • Data Science and Visualisation
  • Social Inclusion / Fairness
  • Sustainability
  • Accessibility
  • Third sector management
  • Bachelors in Industrial Engineering, 2020

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul