Attraction of the leading scientists to Russian institutions of higher learning, research organizations of the governmental academies of sciences, and governmental research centers of the Russian Federation

Laboratory for experimental materials investigation

About Laboratory

Grant Agreement No.: 14.Y26.31.0031
Project name: Experimentally investigating materials in a wide range of velocities and temperatures in the presence of fields of non-mechanical natu
Name of the institution of higher learning: National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod
Fields of scientific research: Mechanics and engineering

1. Determining, studying, describing material properties
2. Finding out, studying and describing effects and processes in materials.
3. Evaluation of dynamics of strength, service life, failure of materials for providing reliability and prolongation of service life of critical units and structures of high-tech industries, and, firstly, of atomic power engineering.

Leading scientist

 Francesco Dellisola

Name:   dellIsola Francesco Erasmo

 

Academic degree and title:   PhD

Job Title: Full Professor, Sapienza University of Rome

Field of scientific interests: continuum mechanics, mechanics of biomaterials, generalized continuum theories, smart material, vibration and motion control, wave propagation, applied functional analysis, homogenization methods, phase transition, surface phenomena

Scientific recognition:
1986 - Laurea in Fisica (M.Sc.) Universita’ di Napoli Federico II

1992 - Dottorato per la ricerca in Fisica Matematica (Ph.D.)

2004 - Adjunct Associate Professor Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

2005 - Idoneità Nazionale alle funzioni di Professore Ordinario, Commissione Nazionale presso Università di Roma La Sapienza

Scientific work of the leading scientist, his/her main scientific achievements:
The leading scientist's research is oriented principally towards continuum mechanics. In particular he is experienced in mechanics of bio-materials, and also smart materials. He moreover studied with deep interest generalized continuum theories. Along his academic history
he has also approached vibration and motion control, wave propagation, phase transition and surface phenomena. In addition, the leading scientist is very experienced in applied functional analysis and his studies have greatly developed homogenization methods.

Rosi G., Placidi L., dell’Isola F. “Fast” and “slow” pressure waves electrically induced by nonlinear coupling in Biot-typpe porous medium saturated by a nematic liquid crystal 2017 Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Physik

Cuomo M., dell’Isola F., Greco L. et al. First versus second gradient energies for planar sheets with two families of inextensible fibres: investigation on deformation boundary layers, discontinuities and geometrical instabilities 2017 COMPOSITES PART B-ENGINEERING

dell'Isola F., Madeo A., Seppecher P. Cauchy Tetrahedron Argument Applied to Higher Contact Interactions 2016 Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis

dell'Isola F., Giorgio I., Pawlikowski M. et al. Large deformations of planar extensible beams and pantographic lattices: heuristic homogenization, experimental and numerical examples of equilibrium 2016 Proceedings of the Royal Society A-Math., Phys. & Eng. Sci.

Carcaterra A., dell'Isola F., Esposito R. et al. Macroscopic Description of Microscopically Strongly Inhomogenous Systems: A Mathematical Basis for the Synthesis of Higher Gradients Metamaterials 2015 Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis

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