PhD Student in Ingegneria Aerospaziale , 38th cycle (2022-2025)
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (DIMEAS)
Innovative devices for Liquid Hydrogen Cryogenic Applications for Aerospace and Aeronautical field.
specializing in the development and optimization of innovative devices for cryogenic hydrogen feeding systems within the aerospace and aeronautical industry.
With a robust background in fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, materials science and mathematical modeling, my work encompasses a range of aspects within cryogenic hydrogen systems, including the development
of advanced pressure regulating valves, novel piston mechanisms, and fluid dynamic optimizations. The research is characterized by a multidisciplinary approach that integrates theoretical modeling, computational
simulations, and experimental validations, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the complex interactions within cryogenic environments.