Dr Nicolò Daina is a researcher at the Urban Systems Lab and at the Centre for Transport Studies at Imperial College London. Nicolò is an expert in electric mobility and integrated transport and energy systems. His research specifically looks at the quantitative modelling of users’ behaviour in integrated transport and energy systems. In his research, Nicolò has pioneered the development of realistic quantitative behavioural models for the analysis of electric vehicle impact deployment. These models enable the study of integrated electric mobility and grid systems capable of exploiting demand flexibility. Before joining Imperial College, Nicolò worked at ETH, Fiat Powertrain Technologies and Politecnico di Torino. Nicolò holds a PhD in Transport from Imperial College London, a master degree in renewable energy and energy efficiency programmes from Politecnico di Milano, and master and undergraduate degrees in aerospace engineering from Politecnico di Torino.