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EDUCATION, RESEARCH, INNOVATION

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EDUCATION,
RESEARCH,
INNOVATION.
Milano,
XX mese 20XX
Prof. Fabio Inzoli
Head of Department of Energy
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
1863-2013
THE LARGEST SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN IN ITALY
2 Schools of Engineering, 1 Schools of Architecture, 1 School of Design.
ONE OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES
QS World University Ranking 2015, Engineering & Technology category:
24th in the World, 7th in Europe, 1st in Italy.
POLITECNICO DI MILANO:
LOGO
The School of Athens
Raffaello’s frescoes
1509-1510
POLITECNICO DI MILANO:
TECHNOLOGY, CREATIVITY, CULTURE
Politecnico di Milano has kept in its logo
an original and creative attitude
STUDENTS
PROFESSORS &
RESEARCHERS
(perm. staff)
6 957
297
3 542
94
27 485
925
AY 2015-2016
ARCHITECTURE
29% of graduated in Italy
3 out of 10
DESIGN
78% of graduated in Italy
8 out of 10
ENGINEERING
19% of graduated in Italy
1 out of 5
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
A COSMOPOLITAN ATMOSPHERE
Many programs taught entirely in English
Specializing Master and Short post-graduation courses.
International students coming from more than 100 different countries.
• 1,483 Bachelor of Science
• 2,010 Master of Science
• 305 PhD
3,800
about
international students
40,365
total number students
enrolled year 2014-2015
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
The Strategic vision
To be an international university with strong
Italian roots
Focus education on four pillars
– Technical skills,
– Crosscultural skills
– Crossdisciplinary innovation
– Social responsibility
Support the competitiveness of the Ecosystem
– Produce qualified Human Capital for export
oriented companies
– Research and innovation dealing with societal
challenges
Technology, Creativity and Culture
MSc
International classes, focus on
cross-cultural, crossdisciplinary skills
BSc
National
classes,
focus on
disciplinary
skills
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
COMPETITION & COLLABORATION: Polimi Networks in EU
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
“Joint Research Centers” @POLIMI
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Collaborative, “brainstorming” tables
Experts from the Industry + Experts from selected
R&D groups (multi-competence, multi-dept.)
Identification of topics & priorities, selection of
projects
Supervised by a joint Company + University
managing team
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
Large research infrastructures
WIND
TUNNEL
One of the most
advanced
laboratories in
the world for
tests on
aerospace system
aerodynamics
and wind effects
structures
La.S.T.
L.P.M
Laboratory for
the Safety of
Transport
Experimental
activities on
materials and
structures
PoliFAB
(clean room)
Micro-nano
fabrication
facility
micro- and nano
technologies,
Silicon
photonics,
Biosensors,
MEMS,
advanced
materials
Building B18:
Energy
Department
new Labs.
Chemical and
Nuclear Division:
Advanced
integrated labs for
catalyisis and
catalytic
processes and
nuclear
engineering
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
Large research centers
MOX
Mathematical
modelling and
scientific
computing.
• Application to several
academics and
industrial sectors
[email protected]
Center for Nano
Science and
Technology
• Artificial retina/eye,
• Carbon
nanocomposites,
• Hybrid solar cells
EIT ICT Satellite
Node
• Smart spaces
• Cloud, networking
• Security, privacy
• Smart energy
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
HIGH QUALITY RESEARCH: DEPARTMENTs
Aerospace Science and Technology
Architecture and Urban Studies
Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering
Chemistry, Materials And Chemical Engineering “Giulio Natta”
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Design
Electronics, Information and Bioengineering
Energy
Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanics
Physics
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
THE VISION and THE MISSION
THE VISION
DoE is recognized as an national and international player
in the local and global challenges of the energy sector
and is focused on :
– Promoting multidisciplinary projects and
internal cooperation
– Enforcing the partnership with stakeholders
THE MISSION
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To push forward Technical and Scientific knowledge and competences in the energy
sector
To enforce Technological cooperation with industry and public authorities
To promote advocacy to get an influent and independent role as far as strategies and
policies on high-tech and energy issues
To foster basic and applied Research
To high-quality and diversified Education
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
A COMPLETE TEAM
About 330 scholars,
plus several external collaborators
25
47
Full
Professors
Technical &
Admin Staff
43
External
Collaborators
Researchers
43
95
Associate
Professors
80
PhD
Students
Research
Assistants
Updated April 2016
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
In a glance…..
RESEARCH QUALITY
• EU/IT funded projects (2013-2015)
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H2020 project nr. 9
ERC grants nr. 3
SIR grants nr. 1
1.9 M€
6.0 M€
350 k€
• Competitive Funding capability (2013-2015)
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10.7 M€/year (2013)
12.0 M€/year (2014)
11.0 M€/year (2015)
• Patents portfolio
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84 patents
• Scientific Publications (2014)
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Nr. 180 International Journal
Nr. 300 Int. Conference
Updated April 2016
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
ALL-IN-ONE
5 SPECIALIZED DIVISIONS
working together to study, analyze, develop the
disciplines and technologies
related to the production, conversion, transport,
distribution and use of energy.
ADVANCED LABORATORIES
more than 10.000 m2 dedicated to research,
education, services to the industry.
17 RELATED RESEARCH GROUPS
to perform international and high-level research
activities.
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
EDUCATION
The programs managed by the Department of Energy merges with the research activities
in contact with the companies: it creates a preferential channel that brings students,
graduates and doctoral students to the world of work.
Bachelor of Science
Master of Science
PhD
Post-graduate education
• Energy engineering
• Electrical engineering
• Energy engineering
• Electrical engineering
• Nuclear engineering
• Energy and Nuclear
science and technology
• Electrical engineering
• Ridef 2.0
about
2,000 enrolled
a.y. 2014-15
about
1,090 enrolled
a.y. 2014-15
about
90 enrolled
a.y. 2014-15
about
30 enrolled
2014-15 edition
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Bovisa campus
10000 m2
Experimental Labs
Leonardo campus
1000 m2
Experimental Labs
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
FACILITIES
BL25 - Via Lambruschini, 4 – Milano
Campus Bovisa
B18 - Via La Masa, 34 – Milano
Campus Bovisa
B12 - Via La Masa, 34 – Milano
Campus Bovisa
19 - CeSNEF - Via Ponzio, 34/3 – Milano
Campus Leonardo
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
5 THEMATIC AGGREGATIONS
The department is focus all along
the supply chain of energy
Process and
Systems for
energy
conversions
Fossil,
renewable
and
nuclear
energy
resources
Storage,
Transport and
distribution of
Energy
Energy
efficiency in
end uses
UNESCO CHAIR
Energy for Sustainable Development
Energy
Strategies,
Policies and
Impact on
Development
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
5 SPECIALIZED DIVISIONS
Joint researches to study, analyze, develop knowledge, technologies and
strategies related to production, conversion, transport, distribution and final use of
energy:
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2.
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5.
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES and PROCESSES and NANOTECHNOLOGIES
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
FLUID DYNAMIC MACHINES, PROPULSION and ENERGY SYSTEMS
THERMAL ENGINEERING and ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
1. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES and PROCESSES and
NANOTECHNOLOGIES
LABORATORY OF CATALYSIS AND CATALYTIC PROCESSES (LCCP)
 investigation of catalytic phenomena at the nano- micro- and macro-scale
 integrated approach (modelling & experiments)
 process development and intensification for industrial sectors
To develop new fundamental
understanding of key catalytic
chemistry in processes for energy
conversion, environmental
protection, sustainable
production/process intensification
and electrocatalysis.
To apply fundamental insight to
process engineering in close
connection with the industrial world.
1. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES and PROCESSES and
NANOTECHNOLOGIES
MICRO AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS LABORATORY
 Understanding and control of physical phenomena at the nanoscale
 development of new materials with a great potential impact in many fields of
applications
 To develop new nanostructured inorganic thin films and surfaces with tailored structure
and properties for energy applications (e.g. photovoltaics, photocatalysis, nuclear
fission & fusion coatings/materials)
 To investigate relationship between atomic/nanoscale structure and functional
properties
2. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
OPTIMIZATION AND SECURITY of power systems
(voltage profiles, time domain simulation, artificial intelligence
tools)
ELECTRICITY MARKET OPERATION
(market models, game theory, services market, MonteCarlo
approach)
MARKET & REGULATION
(renewables integration, emission trading, rules and code, grid
safety)
SMART GRIDS
(Power Quality, Distributed / Dispersed Generation, integrating
ICT in electric distribution networks, domestic end users)
Collaborations with generation and distribution companies,
Energy National Authority, EU Interreg platform.
3. NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
INNOVATIVE NUCLEAR REACTORS: Small-Modular Reactors,
GenIV (lead fast reactors, molten salt reactors)
MonteCarlo and Artificial Intelligence comput. methods (genetic
algorithms, neural networks, fuzzy logic) for RAMS AND FAULT
DETECTION/IDENTIFICATION
PARTITIONING AND TRANSMUTATION methods/molecules for
transuranic elements
ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOPROTECTION, personal dosimetry,
decommissioning process
NUCLEAR WASTE MANAGEMENT, surface and deep repositories,
contaminant transport
Silicon MICRODOSIMETRY, neutron spectrometry, gamma and Xray detectors
4. FLUID DYNAMIC MACHINES, PROPULSION and ENERGY
SYSTEMS
FLUID-DYNAMICS OF TURBOMACHINERY
 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) for
turbomachinery flow field investigation:
2D, 3D steady and unsteady calculations, throuflow
solvers, optimization codes.
 MEASUREMENTS TECHNIQUES:
- Directional aerodynamic probes development and
calibration; steady & unsteady probes.
- Turbulence measurements, hot wire.
- Optical techniques like LDV, PIV.
 TEST AND DESIGN OF TURBINE BLADE PROFILES:
profile losses and secondary field measurements in LFM
transonic wind tunnels for linear cascades.
4. FLUID DYNAMIC MACHINES, PROPULSION and ENERGY
SYSTEMS
ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS
 DESIGN, MODELING,
OPTIMISATION of Energy
conversion systems
 Technologies for energy production
from RENEWABLE SOURCES:
solar, wind, biomass, waste
 Production of power, heat or fuels
from fossil fuels and from
UNCONVENTIONAL SOURCES
 BIO-FUELS and SYNTHETIC fuels
 COGENERATION
4. FLUID DYNAMIC MACHINES, PROPULSION and ENERGY
SYSTEMS
ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS
 FUEL CELLS
(micro-combined heat&power systems):
Lab for Micro Cogeneration, to test prototype FC
(PEM, MCFC); to lower CO2 emissions
 CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER
(indirect vs direct cycles, conventional & nonconventional fluids)
 CHEMICAL LOOPING COMBUSTION
(efficiency, cost of electricity, emissions, novel
components specifications and technological
advancements required)
 CO2 CAPTURE & STORAGE technology
4. FLUID DYNAMIC MACHINES, PROPULSION and ENERGY
SYSTEMS
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
Development of CFD models for the simulation of unsteady and reacting flows:
- 1D fluid dynamic in-house code (GASDYN)
- CFD open source code (OpenFOAM®)
5. THERMAL ENGINEERING and ENVIRONMENTAL
TECHNOLOGIES
MULTIPHASE FLUID DYNAMICS
(Power and Oil & Gas industry)
- multi-component mixtures, liquid-surface interaction;
reduce cost, energy consumption, environment effects
HEAT TRANSFER ENHANCEMENT and thermal control of
single & two phase flows (HVAC, energy conversion equip.,
electronic cooling)
- high-efficient enhanced surfaces, microfinned tubes for
evaporators & condensers
5. THERMAL ENGINEERING and ENVIRONMENTAL
TECHNOLOGIES
CLEANROOM RESEARCH FACILITY
with filtered, vertical
unidirectional air flow; versatile
ventilation and air-conditioning
equipment to test:
- filters
- air diffusion components
- air sampling and
contaminant analysis devices
- materials
- contaminant emission
sources
5. THERMAL ENGINEERING and ENVIRONMENTAL
TECHNOLOGIES
AIR LAB (HVAC)
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES and simulation tool develop & valid
for:
• FROST CONTROL and to enhance DEHUMIDIFICATION
capacity
• Simulation and real-time TEST OF SOLAR COLLECTORS
and solar assisted heat pumps
• New HUMIDITY ADSORBENT MATERIAL, design and
optimization of desiccant systems for SOLAR COOLING,
FUEL CELL and COMBINED HEAT&POWER
VENTILATION AND CONTAMINATION CONTROL:
• Microbiological measurement apparatus
• Contaminant source control
• CFD simulation
The Department of Energy is willing to cooperate and
create opportunities for technological cooperation,
effective innovation, mutual learning and local impact
Via Lambruschini 4, 20156 Milano
Tel. 02.2399.3900 - [email protected]
Via Lambruschini 4, 20156 Milano
Tel. 02.2399.3900 - [email protected]
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