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Giuseppe Gibertini

Assistant Professor employed by a different University

Seconda Facoltà di Ingegneria - Sede di Cesena

Curriculum vitae

Giuseppe Gibertini was born in Modena, Italy, in 1960. In 1987 he received the Master degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano. In 1988 he gor the Post-Graduate Diploma in Fluid Dynamics at Von Karman Institute (Belgium). In 1992 he received the Ph.D in Aerospace Engineering at the Politecnico of Milano. Then he worked as consultant in the field of Fluid Dynamics and collaborated with Politecnico in teaching activity and in the development of the new Large Wind Tunnel. In 2001 he became Assistant Professor in Fluid Dynamics at the Department of Aerospace Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano. His research activity is mainly addressed to the field of unsteady aerodynamics, from basic study on bluff body turbulent wakes to aerospace research on helicopter aerodynamics.. Presently, the main research focuses are the retreating blade dynamic stall and the rotor-wing interference in tiltrotor aircraft. The experimental research activity has involved also the developmente of measurement techniques. Beside these main subjects Gibertini is also involved in studies on Sport Aerodynamics. He is the scientific responsible of the Aerodynamic Laboratory of Aerospace Department and is expert member of CIRIVE (Reseach Centre for Wind Engineering) that manages the Large Wind Tunnel of Politecnico. He was responsible of the experimental activity of his department in the European project GOAHEAD and NICETRIP and is presently the coordinator of the project GUM (ClaeanSky - GRC1) about active flap on rotor blades. He teached Experimental Fluid Dynamics for several years and is now teaching Rotorcraft Aerodynamics for the Master Degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Thus he is member of the School of Industrial Engineering of Politecnico di Milano. He is co-author of more than 40 papers published in journals and conferences proceedings.

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