Sara Toniolo

foto,  January 11, 2022
Temporary Assistant Professor
Assistant professor
Academic sector
Polo Santa Marta,  Floor 2,  Room 2.08
045 802 8683
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Sara Toniolo is temporary assistant professor in Commodity Sciences at University of Verona. Previously she carried out research activities at the University of Padova as a postdoctoral fellow. She obtained the Doctorate in Industrial Engineering from the University of Padova in 2015.

The main research topics are:

  • Life cycle management
  • Circular supply chains
  • Production and transformation processes

She received the first award "Young LCA researchers" in 2019 at the Department of Business Administration of the University of Roma Tre. She is a member of the Italian Academy of Commodity Sciences (AISME) and Associate Editor of the scientific journal Environment, Development and Sustainability. She participates in the "Construction", "Waste" and "Tourist Services" working groups of the Italian LCA Network. Since 2022 she has been a member of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) and the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC). 


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Research interests
Topic Description Research area
Logistics and supply chain management within the circular economy practice Although some elements of circularity such as recycling and composting are already present in the linear economy, a CE takes a step beyond the pursuit of waste prevention and reduction to inspire technological, organizational and social innovation across supply chains. The current research concerns how consumers respond to the introduction of products made from regenerated bio-waste. The supply chain management and logistics management field can provide foundational principles upon which to facilitate the transition from traditional linear consumption approaches to circular approaches. Logistics and supply chain management
Logistics and supply chain management
Title Starting date
Analisi degli elementi abilitanti per la configurazione di business innovativi nell’ambito dell’economia circolare 12/1/21
Resilient Logistics and Supply Chain Design (Reload): Progettazione Di Una Supply Chain e di una Logistica Resiliente 9/10/20
Hybrid Sustainable Worlds 9/10/20