Ritratto di Giovanni.Pulci@uniroma1.it

I corsi erogati dal docente sono (Courses taught) :

  1. Materiali Nanostrutturati (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie, Anno I Semestre I, 6CFU)
  2. Surface Engineering (Master in Nanotechnology Engineering, Year I Semester II, 6CFU)
  3. Produzione e Caratterizzazione di Materiali Nanocompositi - modulo Rivestimenti (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie, Anno II Semestre II, 3CFU)

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Produzione e Caratterizzazione di Materiali Nanocompositi - Rivestimenti a.a. 2021-22 (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie, Anno II Semestre II, 3/6 CFU) 

 

L'erogazione didattica sarà prioritariamente in presenza,  garantendo, se necessaria, la fruizione sincrona a distanza a coloro che per motivi sanitari non possano partecipare alle attività in sede.

 

Gli studenti che intendono seguire il corso devono accedere e registrarsi a Google Classroom (corso di Produzione e Caratterizzazione di Materiali Nanocompositi - Rivestimenti 2021-22) utilizzando il seguente link:

 

https://classroom.google.com/c/NDcyNzcyODI5ODgw?cjc=ybpi33r

 

Chi è impossibilitato a seguire in presenza può utilizzare i link di Zoom delle aule nelle quali è erogato il corso:

 

Aula 17:

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/2956082429

 

Aula 13:

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/3087072043

 

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Surface Engineering (Nanotechnology Engineering MSc) 2021-22:

 

The "in presence" attendance of the lectures is strongly recommended

 

The link for the live lessons of Surface Engineering (videocall-Meet) is

 

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/6052362273

 

The Google Classroom code for the Surface Engineering (2021-22) course is 

6k4rwsf. Please sign in.

 

It is mandatory for the attending students to confirm their presence in the classroom using the following link:

 

https://prodigit.uniroma1.it/prenotazioni/prenotaaule.nsf/home

 

and inserting the token code provided by the lecturer.

 

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Materiali Nanostrutturati (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie, Anno I Semestre I, 6CFU) 2021-22

 

L'erogazione didattica sarà prioritariamente in presenza,  garantendo, se necessaria, la fruizione sincrona a distanza a coloro che per motivi sanitari non possano partecipare alle attività in sede.

 

Gli studenti che intendono seguire il corso devono accedere e registrarsi a Google Classroom (corso di Materiali Nanostrutturati) utilizzando il seguente link:

 

https://classroom.google.com/c/Mzk3MzI4ODYwNjg1?cjc=v6z5ayo

 

Per chi è impossibilitato a seguire in presenza il link di Zoom per accedere alle lezioni online erogate in aula 13 è:

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/3087072043

 

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Surface Engineering (Nanotechnology Engineering MSc) 2020-21:

The link for the live lessons of Surface Engineering (videocall-Meet) is
https://meet.google.com/pbr-fdex-rju 

 

The Google Classroom code for the Surface Engineering (2020-21) course is 

omhonnu. Please sign in.

 

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Produzione e Caratterizzazione di Materiali Nanocompositi - Rivestimenti a.a. 2020-21

Link per accedere alle lezioni online erogate con Google Meet:

https://meet.google.com/mrb-acch-ufy

 

Il codice per l'accesso a Google Classroom per il corso di Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi - Modulo rivestimenti (2020-21) è

jrjlzl6

 

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Materiali Nanostrutturati (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie, Anno I Semestre I, 6CFU) 2020-21

Link per accedere alle lezioni online erogate con Google Meet:

https://meet.google.com/wor-scgu-hew

 

 

 

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare Bacheca
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 10589355 2022/2023
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2022/2023
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2022/2023
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2022/2023
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2021/2022
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2021/2022
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 10589355 2021/2022
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2021/2022
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2020/2021
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 10589355 2020/2021
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2020/2021
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2020/2021
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 10589355 2019/2020
Produzione e caratterizzazione di materiali nanocompositi 10589356 2019/2020
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2019/2020
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 10589355 2018/2019
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2018/2019
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2017/2018
INGEGNERIA DELLE SUPERFICI E DEI FILM SOTTILI E MATERIALI NANOSTRUTTURATI 1035441 2016/2017

Tutti i giorni previo appuntamento

Giovanni Pulci is an Associate Professor in Materials Science and Technology at the Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Materials, Environment (DICMA) of Sapienza University of Rome.

His research has been focused since 2004 on the fields of surface engineering and thermal protection systems, and specifically on thermal sprayed and electroless coatings (for wear, oxidation and corrosion resistance) and materials for high temperature applications (ablative thermal protections and thermal barrier coatings).

The main interests concern the following research fields:

1) Surface engineering
- Development of innovative coatings produced by Plasma Spray, High Velocity Oxygen Fuel (HVOF) and Cold Gas Spray techniques, also aiming at producing nanostructured and nanocomposite coatings.
- Development and deposition of innovative diffusion NiAl based coatings obtained by slurry and pack cementation and modified by reactive elements and nanoparticles.
- Development and characterization of conventional and nanostructured Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBCs) deposited by Atmospheric Plasma Spraying (APS) and Suspension Plasma Spraying (SPS).
- Development and characterization of innovative MCrAlY coatings deposited by thermal spray techniques and modified by reactive elements and by vapour phase surface modification treatments.
- FEM modelling of the thermo-mechanical behaviour of TBC systems in terms of thermal cycling properties and effects induced by the oxide scale growth at high temperature.
- Optimization of the process parameters of the deposition and surface modification technologies: the developed coatings are optimized to operate at high temperature, in corrosive and oxidizing environments and in anti-wear applications.
- Microstructural, mechanical, tribological and corrosion/oxidation resistance characterization of coatings, films and modified surfaces.
- Development of innovative coatings deposited by electroless plating techniques (e.g. pure metals such as Ni or Co, alloys such as Ni-P, Ni-Co or Ni-Co-Cr and metal matrix nanocomposite films).
- Characterization and modification of surface wetting properties.

2) Nanostructured materials:
- Production of nanostructured coatings and bulk materials (thermal barrier coatings, cermet coatings, ceramic composites).
- Evaluation of the effects of nanostructure on mechanical, thermal and thermomechanical (e.g. thermal shock resistance) properties.

3) Composite and nanocomposite materials for high temperature applications:
- Development and manufacturing of composite and nanocomposite ablative materials to be used as thermal protection systems for rockets and aerospace re-entry vehicles.
- Surface functionalization of nanoparticles and optimization of nanofillers dispersion in polymer matrices.
- Qualification and testing (also in external facilities) of the developed ablative materials in representative high enthalpy conditions (oxyacetylene torch test, arc-jet plasma wind tunnel, ICP plasma wind tunnel). Technology Readiness Level (TRL): 5-6.
- FEM modelling of the thermal behaviour of ablative materials (in terms of recession/ablation, thermal field, pyrolysis phenomena, thermochemical interactions at boundary layer.

4) Advanced mechanical characterization:
- Development and optimization of testing procedures for mechanical characterization of materials in non-standard conditions (e.g. low and very high temperatures, from -190 to 1500 °C).
- Analysis of materials behaviour at micro/nanoscale by instrumented (dynamic) micro/nanoindentation.

5) Performance evaluation of materials:
- Characterization of bulk materials, coatings and components in severe environments reproducing the real operating conditions (wear tests, high temperature oxidation tests, hot corrosion tests, high temperature/high heat flux ablation tests).

He has been scientific leader (principal investigator) in several research projects such as:

- Industrial research project Thermal cycling characterization of Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBC) systems funded by Nuovo Pignone Tecnologie Srl, 2020 (principal investigator).
- Industrial research project Machining of ultra-hard materials by laser ablation funded by PaSe Srl. 2018-2020 (principal investigator)
- Industrial research project Development and characterization of electroless Nickel coatings funded by Baker Hughes BHGE - a GE Company. 2017-2020 (principal investigator)
- Industrial research project MO.N.S.T.E.R. (Modified Ni-based Surface Treatments for Enhanced Resistance) funded by GE Oil&Gas. 2016-2017 (principal investigator).
- Development and characterization of thick coatings for anti-wear/corrosion applications in wind turbine generators funded by RINA group in the framework of EOMAT Project Bando PON R&C. 2015-2016 (principal investigator).
- Industrial R&D activities funded by WARTSILA (marine engines) on development of Plasma Transferred Arc self-lubricating coatings for valve seats 2015 (principal investigator)
- Research project Nanocoat Thin films deposition for enhanced corrosion resistance funded by the Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. 2011 (principal investigator).
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He is in charge of the following courses within the Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering at Sapienza University of Rome:

- Course of Surface Engineering (since 2018, language: ENG)
- Course of Production and characterization of nanocomposite materials - coatings (since 2018, language: ITA)
- Course of Nanostructured materials (since 2012, language: ITA)

Vedi anche
http://dicma.ing.uniroma1.it/node/5738