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Matteo Dotta

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BS Eng.

email   matteo.dotta@supsi.ch
tel.      +41 58 666 6632

 

 

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Matteo Dotta is graduated as Engineer STS in microtechnics at the École d'Ingénieurs du Nord Est Vaudois a Yverdon-Les-Bains (VD) and is specialized in experimental techniques, metrology and CAD, FEM/FEA. He is researcher at the Mechanics and Material Technologies unit of the iCIMSI and his teaching activities are in the bachelor courses of Technology of the Machines.

Daniele Forni

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MS Eng.

email   daniele.forni@supsi.ch
tel.      +41 58 666 6396

 

 

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Daniele Forni, born in September 1980 in Varese (Italy). Graduated (summa cum laude) in Civil Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino with the thesis "Mechanical model of a hierarchical material of biological inspiration". From 2005 to 2008 he developed with prof. Cadoni the e-learning platform "TEMAS".
He has been working as a researcher at the DynaMat Laboratory since 2005. In these years he has been collaborating to different research projects and he has been participating to write some scientific papers.
He has been teaching “Theory of the Structures”, “Static”, and “Masonry” in the bachelor courses of architecture at the Dept. for Environment, Constructions & Design of the “University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI)” since 2008.
He is currently getting his Ph.D. in Structural Engineering at the Politecnico of Torino (XXIX cycle - 01.01.2014/31.12.2016).

He is also specialised in data management using different tools as Matlab, FlexPro, Kaleidagraph, etc. and he is the reference person for the use of FEM structural programs for the Bachelor of Civil Engineering.

Nicoletta Tesio

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MS Eng.

email   nicoletta.tesio@supsi.ch
tel.      +41 58 666 6396

 

 

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Nicoletta Tesio, born in March 1985 in Moncalieri-Turin (Italy). She is graduated in Civil Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino with the thesis "Analysis of the dynamic behaviour of structural steels" under the supervision of Proff. Bosco and Cadoni. In the last two years she has developed with prof. Cadoni a data-base of mechanical behaviour of nuclear materials at high strain rates and in severe condition (irradiation, thermal ageing, etc.).

Gianmario Riganti

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MS Eng. 

email   gianmario.riganti@supsi.ch
tel.      +41 58 666 6396              

 

 

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Gianmario Riganti , born in December 1969 in Busto Arsizio (Varese - Italy). He is graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano. He spent his military service as officer of the Alpini corp. He was visiting scholar at the Università of Boreaux - Laboratory of Mechanics and Physics on the determination of the defects of the composite materials with acoustical methods and develop on numerical model for the descriprion of the relationship shape-defect and mechanical properties. He is professional engineer. He is co-found of the Area3 Consulting Engineering, firm devoted to the development of numerical simulation on wide industrial problems. He is specilised in CAD (ProE, Rhino, …) virtual simulation CAE (Abaqus, Ls-dyna, Flow3D, IDEAS, Fluent, etc.), very high level of programation (Scilab, Python, C, C++…).
He is researcher and lecturer of FEM at the University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland in the frame
in the Bachelor and Master Courses of Mechanical Engineering.

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