- Member of scientific staff at Research group “Philosophy of Engineering, Technology Assessment, and Science”
Fields of work
- Energy Ethics
- Philosophy of Energy
- Environmental Philosophy and Ethics
- Energy Humanities
- Science and Technology Studies (STS)
|since 2019||Postdoctoral researcher in the PhilETAS research group at ITAS (member of scientific staff at ITAS)|
|2018||Visiting assistant professor, Department of philosophy, Northern Michigan University (NMU), Marquette, MI, USA|
|2013 - 2018||Ph.D. Environmental Ethics, Department of philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2017||Graduate certificate in Energy, Department of mechanical & energy engineering, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2014 - 2018||Teaching fellow, Department of philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2013 - 2014||Teaching assistant, Department of Philosophy & religion, University of North Texas (UNT), Denton, TX, USA|
|2008 - 2011||M.A. Philosophical Sciences, University of Verona, Italy and Erasmus Program at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, France|
|2005 - 2008||B.A. Philosophy, University of Verona, Italy|
2021 (forthcoming). Frigo, G.; Hillerbrand, R.
Energy and the Good Life: The Right to Energy Access and the Capabilities Approach. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities
2021 (forthcoming). Frigo, G.; Hillerbrand, R.; Marthaler, F.; Albers, A.; Ott, S.
Training Responsible Engineers. The Role of Virtues in Teaching Engineering Ethics. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education
2020 (forthcoming). Cao, U.; Frigo, G.
The Right to Electricity Access from an Indigenous Perspective: The Case of Luz y Fuerza del Pueblo, Chiapas, Mexico. Energy Research & Social Science
2018. Frigo, G.
Energy Ethics: A Literature Review. Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 6 (2): 177-214.
2017. Frigo, G.
Energy Ethics, Homogenization, and Hegemony: A Reflection on the Traditional Energy Paradigm. Energy Research & Social Science, 30: 7-17