Ritratto di matteo.bernardini@uniroma1.it

 

AVVISO (12 Marzo 2020)

 

Durante il periodo di sospensione della didattica frontale, le lezioni dell'insegnamento di Aerodinamica (Canale I) si svolgeranno a distanza a partire da Venerdì 13 Marzo 2020. Le lezioni saranno svolte in modalità sincrona (in streaming online) attraverso il software Microsoft Teams. Ho pertanto creato il team Aerodinamica_2020_BAER_canale_I, al quale è possibile accedere con il codice 5inisxt .

Le lezioni saranno registrate e poi rese disponibili via web per consentirne la fruizione a chi dovesse avere problemi tecnici di connessione.

Il ricevimento studenti avverrà ovviamente in modalità telematica, per mezzo di domande via chat o videochiamate individuali. Data la situazione "emergenziale" ho aggiunto all'orario già previsto (Martedì 10-13) un ulteriore slot, il Lunedì dalle 15:00 alle 17:00.

Martedì dalle ore 10:00 alle 13:00 mediante piattaforma telematica Microsoft Teams

PERSONAL DETAILS

Full name                  Matteo Bernardini

E-mail                         
matteo.bernardini@uniroma1.it

Phone                         +390644585285

Date of birth             23/05/1982

Place of birth            Rome

Citizenship                Italian

Gender                      Male

ORCID                      0000-0001-5975-3734 

CURRENT POSITION

2019 - Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome

EDUCATION 

2009    Ph.D. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Sapienza University of Rome

2006    MS in Aeronautical Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, 110/110 cum laude

2004    BS in Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, 110/110 cum laude

ACADEMIC CAREER AND VISITING

2012-19   Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome

2016         Visiting research scientist, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas.

2009-12  Research Fellow, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Sapienza, University of Rome

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Gas dynamics, computational aeroacoustics, turbulent flows, shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions, direct numerical simulation and large eddy simulation, boundary-layer transition, particle dispersion in turbulent flows, multiphase flows, superhydrophobic and liquid infused surfaces, aerodynamics of space launchers, solid rocket motors, rocket nozzles
  • High-performance computing, parallel computations, GPU

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Aerodynamics, BS Aerospace Engineering (from 2019)
  • Compressible flows Module II, MS Space Engineering (from 2016)
  • Thermo-Fluid Dynamics, MS Mechanical Engineering (2013-2019)
  • Parallel Computing for scientific applications, PhD in Aerospace Engineering (from 2013)

FUNDING AND RESEARCH GRANTS 

  • SIR 2014 (MIUR) Active control of shock wave/boundary layer interaction (603 k, 2015-19)
  • Research project (Sapienza) Control of wall turbulence at high Reynolds number (10 k, 2014-15)
  • Research project (Sapienza) Numerical investigation of flow separation unsteadiness in over-expanded nozzle (8 k, 2017-18)

HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING RESEARCH GRANTS

  • ISCRA B 2017. DENSITy - DirEct Numerical simulation of Shock wave/boundary layer Interaction in the Transitional regime: 4 M
  • ISCRA B 2016. CuLTURES - ControL of TUrbulent wall-bounded flows at moderate/high REynoldS number: 500 k
  • ISCRA B 2015. jACOBI - Active COntrol of shock wave Boundary layer Interaction. Allocated core hours: 7 M

INVITED TALKS

  • Invited talk at Marine 2015: VI International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering, 15-17 June 2015. Session title: HPC applications in CFD
  • Invited talk at workshop Vortical structures and wall turbulence at the 70th of Paolo Orlandi, Rome, 19-20 September 2014

ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC AWARDS

  • National Scientific Qualification for the position of Full Professor, earned since 08/08/18
  • National Scientific Qualification for the position of Associate Professor, earned since 03/02/14
  • Article published in Journal of Fluid Mechanics (vol 770, pag 424-441, 2015) selected to be the subject of an extended review and discussion by an acknowledged and invited expert in the field (Focus on Fluids)
  • Fellowship for participation to the CTR summer program 2012, Stanfor University. Proposal title: Compressible boundary layer transition induced by isolated roughness elements . Research conducted with S.K. Lele
  • Fellowship for participation to the CTR summer program 201, Stanford University. Proposal title: Analysis of unsteady effects in shock/boundary layer interactions . Research conducted with J. Larsson and J. Nichols
  • Participation to the 2007 edition of the Pegasus Student Conference (AIAA), held in Naples on 12-13 April 2007 (award for MS thesis)
Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2021/2022 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2021/2022 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica - Space and astronautical engineering
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2020/2021 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2020/2021 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica - Space and astronautical engineering
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2019/2020 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2019/2020 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2018/2019 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2018/2019 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica
TERMOFLUIDODINAMICA APPLICATA 1024083 2018/2019 Ingegneria meccanica
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2017/2018 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2017/2018 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica
TERMOFLUIDODINAMICA APPLICATA 1024083 2017/2018 Ingegneria meccanica
AERODINAMICA 1021932 2016/2017 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS 1051403 2016/2017 Ingegneria spaziale e astronautica
TERMOFLUIDODINAMICA APPLICATA 1024083 2016/2017 Ingegneria meccanica
Titolo Rivista Anno
Numerical Analysis of Side-loads Reduction in a Sub-scale Dual-bell Rocket Nozzle FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION 2021
STREAmS: A high-fidelity accelerated solver for direct numerical simulation of compressible turbulent flows COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS 2021
Unified wall-resolved and wall-modeled method for large-eddy simulations of compressible wall-bounded flows PHYSICAL REVIEW FLUIDS 2021
Wp-2 basic investigation of transition effect 2021
Wp-1 reference cases of laminar and turbulent interactions 2021
Wp-5 external flows—wing 2021
Flow dynamics and wall-pressure signatures in a high-Reynolds-number overexpanded nozzle with free shock separation JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS 2020
Wind tunnel measurements of the surface pressure fluctuations on the new VEGA-C space launcher AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 2020
Large-Eddy Simulation of Vortex Shedding and Pressure Oscillations in Solid Rocket Motors AIAA JOURNAL 2020
Effects of a nonadiabatic wall on hypersonic shock/boundary-layer interactions PHYSICAL REVIEW FLUIDS 2020
Characterization of unsteadiness in an overexpanded planar nozzle AIAA JOURNAL 2019
Enhanced delayed DES of shock wave/boundary layer interaction in a planar transonic nozzle INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND FLUID FLOW 2019
Aerothermodynamic analysis of high-altitude space launcher with direct-simulation Monte Carlo method AIAA JOURNAL 2019
Using large-eddy simulations to design a new hypersonic shock/boundary-layer interaction experiment 2019
Dependence of the drag over super hydrophobic and liquid infused surfaces on the textured surface and Weber number FLOW TURBULENCE AND COMBUSTION 2018
Numerical investigation of transitional shock-wave/boundary-layer interaction in supersonic regime AIAA JOURNAL 2018
Assessment of detached eddy simulation of a separated flow in a planar nozzle 2018
Effects of a nonadiabatic wall on supersonic shock/boundary-layer interactions PHYSICAL REVIEW FLUIDS 2018
Investigating the effects of non-adiabatic walls on shock/boundary-layer interaction at low reynolds number using direct numerical simulations 2018
Detached-Eddy simulation of shock unsteadiness in an overexpanded planar nozzle AIAA JOURNAL 2017
Dipartimento
INGEGNERIA MECCANICA E AEROSPAZIALE
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