Lecturer: Prof. Marino Quaresimin
Invited by:Assoc Prof. Leilei Yan, Prof. Xitao Zheng, the School of Aeronautics
Time: 25th,26th Nov. 2019
Lecture 1: Monday morning9:30-11:00, 25th Nov at A706, the School of Aeronautics
Lecture 2:Monday afternoon14:30-16:00, 25th Nov atA706, the School of Aeronautics
Lecture 3:Tuesday morning9:00-10:00, 26th Nov at A817, the School of Aeronautics
Lecture 1: Introduction of University of Padova, 800 years of history, 800 years of innovation
Lecture 2: A damage-based strategy for fatigue design of composite structures
Lecture 3: Strategies for in-service structural health monitoring of composite structures
His research interests are on polymeric composites and nanocomposites, with particular reference to the study of the structural response and the damage mechanics and the development of predictive models. Understanding and description of the behavior of composite materials and structures under cyclic (fatigue) loading are of actual interest as well as modelling of the toughening mechanisms and multifunctional response in composites and nanocomposites. He is also interested in bonded connections and in the development and optimization of composite structures.
Lecturer’s Short biography:
Born in 1965 in Vicenza (Italy), Marino Quaresimin received the Master degree summa cum laude in Mechanical Engineering in 1990 from the University of Padova and the PhD degree in Machine Design in 1994 from University of Florence. Since January 2011 he is full Professor of Machine Design at the Department of Management and Engineering - University of Padova, where he is also head of the Department.
His research interests are on polymeric composites and nanocomposites, with particular reference to the study of the structural response and the damage mechanics and the development of predictive models. He is Editor of Composites Science and Technology, Member of the Editorial Board of Strain and Applied Composite Materials, et.al. He is author of more than 350 scientific publications. The bibliometric parameters providedbyScopus (November 2018) are more than 2300 citations and a H index of 28.