Alexandre Lotito is a consultant for the Brussels office of Technopolis Group. Specialised in the analysis and evaluation of public policies, Alexandre participates in the development and implementation of methodologies and techniques at the core of the group project thematic areas. He is familiar with a range of data collection tools (stakeholder consultations including interviews and online surveys, literature review) and analytical methods (logical framework analysis, case studies, network analysis, portfolio analysis). He has developed a good knowledge of European and international research programmes, notably through his involvement in the socio-economic impact assessment (SEI) of selected telecommunication public-private partnerships for ESA (European Space Agency), the impact assessment of European institutionalised partnerships under Horizon Europe for DG RTD and the mid-term evaluation of the Cypriot Research and Innovation Programme RESTART 2016-2020 and the analysis of the country’s participation in Horizon 2020.
Alexandre is currently involved in the evaluation of the contribution of Axis 2 “Innovation 2020” to the objectives of the ERDF operational programme “Wallonia-2020.eu” and supports the Basque Innovation Agency (Innobasque) to monitor the latest trends in European and international R&I policies.
Alexandre holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Lyon (Sciences Po Lyon) with a specialisation in monitoring and evaluation. He previously obtained a master’s degree in International Relations, Security and Defence from the Université Jean Moulin – Lyon III. He holds also a bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences from the Université Lumière – Lyon II. He works in French and English and has a good knowledge of Italian.