Enrico Gallo is an environmental engineer and has been working for the Italian public administration for more than 15 years in the field of urban sustainability, GIS analysis and environmental acoustics.
He is currently manager at the Environmental Dept. of the city of Turin and co-chair of the Working Group Noise of Eurocities, the association of the major cities in Europe. He represents Eurocities in the Noise Expert Group of the European Commission.
His main areas of expertise are the implementation of Italian and European legislation at urban level, with contributions to procedural, technological and communication innovations, presented at national and international conferences.
He supported the development of Free & Open Source tools for environmental acoustics monitoring and mapping: OpeNoise App and OpeNoise Map.
As technical coordinator for the City of Torino in the H2020 MONICA project, he promoted innovative applications of IOT technologies to leisure noise. The MONICA CAP - Citizen Engagement Platforms at city level was recognized as Deep Tech Innovation by Innovation Radar, the European Commission initiative to identify high potential innovations and innovators in EU-funded research and innovation projects.
His latest contributions are focused on the adoption of common noise indicators in Green City Accord, the movement of European mayors committed to making cities cleaner and healthier, focusing on the health impact of Noise at urban level.