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Almae Matris Alumni

Marco Casali

  • Titolo di studio Dottorato
  • Indirizzo / Specializzazione Ingegneria elettrotecnica
  • Anno di conseguimento 2013
  • Città Forlì
    Azienda Università di Bologna
  • Professione / Area di interesse Assegnista di Ricerca

I received the Bachelor and Master Degree in Energetic Engineering, Summa cum Laude, from the University of Bologna, Italy, in 2007 and 2010, respectively. I received my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna in March 2014 with a thesis titled "Experimental Analysis and Numerical Simulation of Quench in Superconducting HTS Tapes and Coils". From April 2009 to August 2009 I was a Stager at CERN in Geneva. The main activities were focussed on simulative analysis of the incident occurred on 19th September, 2008 on the main bending circuit of the LHC superconducting accelerator and on the modelling of the heat transfer between the interconnections and the superfluid helium. From April 2010 to September 2010 I was a Scholar at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Bologna. The research, partially conducted in the laboratories of the ITER organization in Cadarache, France, was related to the electrical characterization and determination of the Current Sharing Temperature of TF and PF superconductors of nuclear fusion reactor ITER. During the Ph.D. period the activities were focussed on the design of an experimental apparatus for the electrical characterization of superconducting tapes and coils and on the development of a FEM quench model for HTS tapes. Currently I am Research Fellow in Electrical Engineering at the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna. Research Field: Applied Superconductivity. My research interests include the development of applications of superconductors for current transport and for the design of high-field magnets to be used both for the production and as accumulators of electric energy and the modeling of electromagnetic systems and devices. Strong interest in the open-source world.

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