I joined the chair of Nonlinear Solid Mechanics at University of Twente in 2015 after receiving my PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology in 2013, and working in industry as Material Engineer. My current research focus is modeling friction and wear in material forming, multi-scale material modeling and optimization of manufacturing processes related to material deformation. My research activities are supported by key Dutch and European industrial partners mainly in steel, aluminum and automotive sectors. My educational activities are mainly in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design programs at different levels: BSc. (Finite Elements Method; Design and Mechanics), MSc. (Computational Structural Optimization) and PhD. (Mechanics of Large Deformations; Nonlinear Material Mechanics).
My current research interests are:
- Modeling friction and wear in material forming
- Multi-scale material modeling
- Modeling manufacturing processes related to material deformation
- Surface engineering and texture design in sheet metal forming
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