Curriculum Vitae of Daniele Davino, Prof. Eng. Ph.D.
Daniele Davino received the 5 years degree in Electronic Engineering in 1997 at the University Federico II of Napoli, Italy with a 110/110 cum laude degree. The graduation thesis was made at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, with a “technical student” one year grant, on the design, numerical and experimental characterization of a RF resonant cavity study for CLIC accelerator system.
In December 2000 he received the doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering, at the University Federico II of Napoli, Italy, with a thesis on the proof of principle of a compact medical accelerator (LIBO) for the cure of the cancer, in the framework of a collaboration among the INFN, the TERA foundation of Prof. Amaldi, CERN and University of Naples. He was in charge of the electromagnetic modeling of the accelerating cavities, the numerical simulation of them and the experimental laboratory verification.
The first prototype of the accelerator was successfully installed and tested at CERN in 2001 (http://cds.cern.ch/journal/CERNBulletin/2001/04/News%20Articles/44695?ln=en)
From 2001 to 2002 he was at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY USA, as research associate, responsible of the analysis and design of electromagnetic devices for the accumulation ring of the Spallation Neutron Source (https://neutrons.ornl.gov/sns), a $4billion project. He developed an innovative model of the extraction kicker magnets, helping to find the solution of a sever problem for the machine operation (doi:10.1103/PhysRevSTAB.14.074401). His activity included both experimental measurements and modeling aspects.
From 2002 to 2004 he was research associate, from 2005 full time researcher, and from 2016 Associate Professor at the Engineering Department of University of Sannio in Benevento, Italy. About teaching activities, he is a regular lecturer of "Principle of Electric Engineering elements" and "Electromechanical conversion principles" for three and five years degree courses. He has been supervisor of several 3 and 5-years degree thesis, research grants of young researchers, PhD students and researchers, working on the design and characterization of devices for energy harvesting or sensing or actuation with smart materials as magnetostrictives.
He is co-author of more than 100 scientific publications, with more than 60 regular papers on international journals.
He is reviewer for several journals (among them IEEE Trans on Magnetics, IEEE Trans on Mechatronics, IEEE Trans on Industrial Electronics, IEEE Trans on Instrumentation and Measurements, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Physica-B Condensed Matter, J. of Applied Physics, Sensors and Actuators A, Smart Materials and Structures, Materials and Design, Scientific Reports).
He is guest editors of the following special issues:
The scopus h-index is 18 (http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=6603025504)
The google scholar h-index is 21 (https://scholar.google.it/citations?user=h-jTUJUAAAAJ&hl=en).
Orcid page: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7492-8173
Researchgate page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniele_Davino
Publons page: https://publons.com/researcher/1661623/daniele-davino
Main scientific skills and interests
- The modeling and RF experimental characterization of electromagnetic devices by means of RF Network Analyzers, resonant electromagnetic cavities, particles acceleration cavities.
- Mathematical modeling of hysteresis (of magnetic, magneto-elastic and piezo materials) and developing of dedicated numerical codes.
- The modeling and experimental characterization of soft and hard magnetic materials, magnetic aspects of nanomaterials, recent magnetoelastic materials, as magnetostrictives, magnetic shape memory alloys (MSMA) and composite magnetic materials.
- The design and developing of electronic boards with embedded microprocessors for smart devices.
He is established stable collaborations with several Italian and international institutions. Among them: Brookhaven National lab – USA; CERN-Switzerland; Cairo University, Egypt; Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Science of Czech Republic; Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics (WIAS), Germany; INRIM-Torino, Italy; CREATE Consortium – Italy; INFN-Italy; INFM-Italy; IMCB-CNR-Italy; IM-CNR- Italy.
Main Funded Research Projects
- 2015-2018: Italy (CNR) - Czech Republic (Science Academy) collaboration project “Phenomenological modeling of polymeric smart foams with behavior controlled by the magnetic field”; participant researcher.
- 2014-2017: PRIN – Italian Ministry of Research - Developing polymeric smart foams with behavior controlled by the magnetic field (E.PO.CA.M.); Principal Investigator (http://cercauniversita.cineca.it/php5/prin/cerca.php?codice=2012JWPMN9)
- 2012-2015: Italian PON “LOW NOISE: Nuove Tecnologie e Materiali per l’Abbattimento del rumore degli Autoveicoli” Subtask: reduction of noise by using active or passive magnetostrictive devices- Italian Project among Fiat Research Center and some Italian universities; participant researcher.
- 2009-2011: Italian Foreign Affair Ministry – “Modeling and control of magneto-elastic multifunctional materials for power harvesting in automotive applications”, Italy-Egypt scientific collaboration project; vice-coordinator.
- 2008: Agenzia Spaziale Italiana - OLOS - nano system for Spatial Applications - Preliminary design analysis of a magnetic bearing momentum wheel; consultant
- 2005-2007: PRIN - Italy: “Magneto-elastic materials and opto-electronic sensors: technologies integration for the design of smart sensors and actuators”: participant researcher (http://tinyurl.com/7fo54uv)
- 2003-2005: MESA and MESEMA European projects (FP6 and FP7) - Compensation of magnetostrictive hysteresis in feedback control systems - consultant of the dept of information technology, Second University of Naples.
- 2004-2011: INFN-TEGAF - Italy: “Nuove tecniche di accelerazione”: participant researcher;
- 2001-2002: Spallation Neutron Source - USA: participant researcher;
- 2000-2002: PRIN - Italy: Progetto e realizzazione prototipale di moduli a basso beta di acceleratori lineari compatti per adroterapia oncologica profonda: consultant (http://tinyurl.com/6qed8ls)
Chairman activities and conference organization
- 2007 – Local committee member of the “sixth International Symposium on Hysteresis modelling and Micromagnetics” - HMM07, Napoli, Italy.
- 2009 – Chairman of the poster sessione “Energy Conversion”, IEEE Intermag 2009 International Conference, Sacramento, CA, USA, may 2009.
- 2011 – Chairman of the poster sessione “Engineering Applications”, eighth International Symposium on Hysteresis modelling and Micromagnetics – HMM11, Levico (TN), Italy.
- 2011 - Chairman of the oral sessione “Non destructive evaluation #2”, ISEM 2011 - 15th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, Napoli, Italy.
- 2011 – Local committee member of the “eighth International Symposium on Hysteresis modelling and Micromagnetics” – HMM11, Levico (TN), Italy.
- 2013 – Editorial board collaborator of the conference “COMPUMAG 2013” - Budapest, Hungary.
- 2014 – Chairman of the special session "Characterization and tests of smart materials-based devices" – IMEKO TC-4 2014, Benevento, Italy.
- 2015 – Chairman of the special session "Smart material systems, modeling, control, applications" – IEEE/IES International Conference on Mechatronics (ICM2015), Nagoya, Japan.