The Technical-Scientific and Evaluation Committee (TSEC) & Jury

The TSEC & jury of the Next Mobility Hackathon


The Technical Scientific and Evaluation Committee is made of experts of the mobility sector coming from ANFIA member companies and from the Academic and the Industrial world.
The TSEC's task is to:

  • identify and describe the event topics
  • support the organization in the management of the event for those activities that refer to technical topics
  • identify the most deserving project proposals through an evaluation Jury made by examiners
    from the academic and industrial/business world.

The Jury includes representatives of the ANFIA members companies:

Gianluca Forneris

With a solid education on process, technology and program management, is currently committed to CECOMP group Technical, Sales and Strategic Direction, as CEO of several group companies.
Furthermore, he looks after the heading partnerships with leading Automotive companies and OEMs, principally based on Europe and Asia. From 2016 is ANFIA Vicepresident Car Design & Engineering group.

Giorgio Gamberini

Giorgio Gamberini graduated in Automotive Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino in 1987. He started his career in 1988 at Fiat Auto S.p.A. as Innovation Chassis Projects Manager. From 1991 to 1999, he held various positions: Chief of Innovation Center at Fiat Automobil A.G, Product Development Manager at Maserati and Rally Sport Director at Fiat Auto Corse / Abarth.

In 1999, he joined Automobili Lamborghini as Product Marketing Manager and in 2001 was appointed Global After Sales Manager. In 2004, he was assigned the role of Sales and Marketing Director Italy at RGZ - Magneti Marelli After Market and in 2009 he took on the position of EMEA CEO at Magneti Marelli After Market Parts and Services.

From 2014 to 2018, he was in charge of C.O.O. at ZED-Zagato Milano and in 2018 he took office as Business Development Manager and Technical Director at Ingegneria Italia. Since March 2019 he has held the role of Business Development Director at ITALDESIGN.

Francesco Ricciardi

Master degree in Computer Science in 2001, he gained several experiences in industrial and automotive sector through consultancy activities of software development for "by-wire" applications and electro-mechanical controls and for the development of electric vehicles.

In 2007 he founded Bylogix Srl, an innovative SME with over 35 employees that offers engineering services for the development of embedded systems for application on prototype series vehicles. Within the company he is the CEO and follows both the management / commercial and technical parts, supervising all development activities.

Since 2018 he is a member of CCAM (Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility) specifically of the working group "Single platform for open road testing and pre-deployment of cooperative, connected, automated and autonomous mobility" with which he collaborates for the creation of a common system for the diffusion of autonomous driving.

In 2021 he was selected as juryman for the Formula SAE Competition in Italy.

Pietro Uslenghi

Uslenghi, born in 1947, has been dedicating over 40 years of his working life to engineering development in the automotive sector. He started his career in FIAT in 1972 as body designer, to then move to the calculation section, where he held the role of CAE manager until 1987. From 1987 to 1993 he joined the Italdesign-Giugiaro team as CAE Manager and subsequently as Project Manager.

 In 1993, together with 3 other partners, he founded BLUE Engineering where he held the role of Technical Director until 2019. Over the years, he has had the satisfaction of following several projects, including FIAT (Fiat 131, ONE, Y10, Thema, Chroma, Duchy, Panda), ITALDESIGN (Seat Ibiza, Malaga, Daewoo, Daihatsu, FIAT Ducato), BLUE Engineering (FIAT Ducato, Iveco Daily, Iveco BUS, Barbi, Renault truck, General Motors New generation NIVA, IranKodro).

Marco Volontà

Graduated in Information Sciences - Telematic Systems Address, he has many years of experience in the field of ICT, in the design, management and technical assistance of Community Programs, as well as as administrator of national and international companies and consortia.

For over ten years he has also been involved in consulting for private companies and multinationals and medium-large Italian companies, for reconversion and restructuring actions. In recent years he has worked in the development of data driven business models in the sector of smart mobility and business digitization processes. In 2020 he founded an innovative startup Sun-UP in the sector of services for smart mobility.

He is currently following the development of plans for the sustainable mobility of goods and people in rural and tourist areas.