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Academic background

Luca is currently working at the Department of Aerospace Structures and Materials of TU Delft as a Postdoc Researcher.

Previously, Luca completed a BSc (2014) and a MEng (2017) in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Naples, Federico II (Italy). Between 2018 and 2022, Luca carried out his doctoral studies at Department of Engineering Science of the University of Oxford (Solid Mechanics and Materials group). His doctoral project, funded by EPSRC and Rolls-Royce (iCASE), focused on the development of a fundamental understanding of friction effects on the dynamic behaviour of mechanical systems.

Luca also worked as a Research Intern at ISAE-ENSMA Institut PPrime of Poitiers (France) in 2017, as a Stipendiary College Lecturer at Balliol College (Univ. of Oxford), teaching Mathematics, Structures and Dynamics to Engineering undergraduate students (2019-2021) and, finally, as a Postdoc Researcher at TU Delft, in the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (2022).

Research profile

Luca’s research interests and expertise include structural dynamics, nonlinear vibrations, friction damping, physics-based machine learning and experimental dynamic testing. Recently, he worked at the development of a physics-based machine learning (Gaussian Process) approach for the nonlinear system identification of mechanical systems with discontinuous nonlinearities (e.g., dry friction).

Education/Academic qualification

Master's degree, Aerospace Engineering, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

25 Sep 201429 May 2017

Award Date: 29 May 2017

Bachelor's degree, Aerospace Engineering, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

26 Sep 201121 Oct 2014

Award Date: 21 Oct 2014

Doctorate, Dynamic analysis of mechanical systems with Coulomb friction, University Of Oxford

15 Jan 201811 Jan 2022


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