Paolo F. Ricci
Holy Names University, USA

Dr. Ricci has led and conducted analyses and experimental work, for approximately 30 years, in the USA, Canada, Italy, Australia, France, Vietnam, China, and the European Union. For example, he has worked on: probabilistic decision models applied to environmental and energy choices, technological diffusion and innovation, probabilistic causation, linear and non-linear applied statistical models, deterministic and probabilistic systems analysis, as well as at the intersection between science and law via causal analysis. He also has studied the human health risks from nuclear and non-nuclear energy technologies, from the cradle to the grave, cancer and other toxic effects from exposure to airborne and waterborne contaminants and microbiological agents. He has written more than 200 papers, published 5 books, and has testified in the US Congress on waste management Bills. 

Dr. Ricci has been the Head of the Technology Clearinghouse of the IEA/OECD (full diplomatic status). Most of this work has been published in major journals and books with hundreds of scientific and legal citations to his published work. In the last four years, he has served as a peer reviewer of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) activities regarding the human health risks from past nuclear and thermonuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site, and in the reviews of other DOE activities at their facilities, including Hanford nuclear reactor sites. Dr. Ricci has also been an external peer reviewer of research for several international universities and has appeared on Channel 9 (Australia) television (Sunday Show), on environmental health policy.
Dr. Ricci has been Associate Professor at Stanford University and at UCLA (School of Public Health), as well as Adjunct Full Professor of Law at UC Berkeley. From 1994 to 2000, he was Associate Professor (equivalent to US Professor) of Public Health and Head of the Risk Analysis Unit (NSW Department of Health, Sydney), as well as Professor (equivalent to US Professor with Chair) at the University of Wollongong (Faculty of Law), Australia; he has also been Faculty Scholar at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.  Dr. Ricci is an Honorary Professor, University of Queensland, NRCET, Brisbane, Australia; Adjunct Professor School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. He also is Research Professor at the University of San Francisco, Professor of Decision Analysis at Holy Names University, Oakland, and Guest professor at Xiamen University, China.

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