Enzo Marino short CV
Enzo Marino, Civil/Structural Engineer, PhD
Born: Campobasso, Italy, January 9th, 1979
Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Via di Santa Marta 50139 Florence, Italy.
Offshore wind turbines: simulation, dynamics, structural analysis and numerical methods for wind-fully nonlinear waves combined action
Boundary Element Method for free surface unsteady problems
Computational and classical solid mechanics
Structural optimization and form-finding for shell structures
Education and current position
since March 2012 to present: Research Fellow Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy
March 2010-February 2012: Research Fellow at CRIACIV (Inter-University Research Center on Building Aerodynamics and Wind Engineering, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy)
May 7th, 2010: PhD Thesis defense. Thesis title: An Integrated Nonlinear Wind-Waves Model for Offshore Wind Turbines. Mark: outstanding (excellent)
2007-2010: PhD student at TU-Braunschweig & University of Florence.
1999-2006: 5-year Master Degree Civil Engineering. Thesis title: Thin shell structures: a computational approach to structural optimization. The case of Kresge auditorium at MIT (In Italian). Mark: 110/110 cum laude
1993-1998: High School Diploma Mark: 60/60
Project Manager of:
AEROGEN: Research Project of National Interest on: Tall Towered Structures For Large Wind Energy Production (>2 MW): New On- And Off-Shore Technologies In Italy (founded by the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research)
MaRINET (for UniFI only as a partner). INFRA-2010-1.1.23: Research Infrastructures for offshore renewable energy devices: ocean-, current-,wave- and wind energy. www.fp7-marinet.eu (EC FP7).
OMAE 2013 Best Paper of Ocean Renewable Energy Symposium with the contribution:
Irregular nonlinear wave simulation and associated loads on offshore wind turbines
Enzo Marino, Hieu Nguyen, Claudio Lugni, Lance Manuel, Claudio Borri
In 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE2013)
San Francisco, June 2014
Firenze University Press prize for the best PhD Thesis in the Technological field in 2010:
An Integrated Nonlinear Wind-Waves Model for Offshore Wind Turbines
Get the open access volume here.
Florence, January 2012