Unfolding the dynamics of creativity, novelties and innovation
|4 years ago|
I graduated in Engineering at Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza in 2004, and for my Master project I designed, built, and benchmarked an electric wave-maker for 2D irregular short waves in a water channel, working at LIAM (Environmental and Maritime Hydraulic Laboratory), Università degli Studi di L’Aquila. I then collaborated in the PIV image processing of a boundary layer flow in a water channel at INSEAN (Italian Ship Model Basin). In 2005 I moved to the Netherlands, where in 2010 I got my PhD degree in Physics at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, WDY group (Vortex Dynamics and Turbulence. My research project consisted in a experimental investigation of table-top rotating turbulence using Particle Tracking Velocimetry (from the lab webpage, follow the links in the left menu >Research >Rotating Turbulence). My PhD thesis can be downloaded here, and you can mail me in case you are interested in a paper copy; while here, here and here you can find the most recent publications on this work.
|Lorenzo Del Castello|
I am at room 412 (4th floor) of the new building (Fermi building) of the Physics Department at La Sapienza University of Roma.