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Alessio Artoni
Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Industriale (DICI)
Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering
University of Pisa
Largo Lucio Lazzarino 2, I-56122 Pisa PI, Italy
Tel: +39 050 2218009
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.dimnp.unipi.it/artoni-a
EDUCATION
● University of Pisa, Italy – Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 2008
Dissertation: “Micro-geometry Optimization of Spiral Bevel Gears.”
Advisors: prof. Massimo Guiggiani, ing. Marco Gabiccini, prof. Roberto Bassani
● The Ohio State University, USA – Visiting Scholar, Aug. 2007–Nov. 2007
Supervisor: prof. Ahmet Kahraman
● University of Pisa, Italy – “Laurea Magistrale” (Master of Science) in Mechanical Engineering, 2004
Final thesis: “Design and Analysis of Hypoid Gears by Means of Numerical Codes.” Grade: 110/110.
Advisors: : prof. Massimo Guiggiani (supervisor), ing. Marco Gabiccini, ing. Francesca Di Puccio
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
● University of Pisa – Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics (ING-IND/13)
Dec 2011 – current
● University of Pisa – Postdoctoral Researcher
Jan 2008 – Dec 2011
● The Ohio State University – Postdoctoral Researcher
Aug 2008 – Sep 2009
PUBLICATIONS
JOURNAL PAPERS
2013
1. A. Artoni, M. Guiggiani, A. Kahraman, and J. Harianto, “Robust optimization of cylindrical gear tooth
surface modifications within ranges of torque and misalignments,” Journal of Mechanical Design,
135, 121005 (2013)
2. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, and M. Kolivand, “Ease-off based compensation of tooth surface deviations
for spiral bevel and hypoid gears: only the pinion needs corrections,” Mechanism and Machine
Theory, 61, 84–101 (2013)
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2012
1. M. Gabiccini, A. Artoni, and M. Guiggiani, “On the identification of machine settings for gear surface
topography corrections,” Journal of Mechanical Design, 134, 041004 (2012)
2011
1. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, M. Guiggiani, and A. Kahraman, "Multi-objective ease-off optimization of
hypoid gears for their efficiency, noise and durability performances, Journal of Mechanical Design,
133, 121007 (2011)
2010
1. A. Artoni, M. Kolivand, A. Kahraman, “An ease-off based optimization of the loaded transmission
error of hypoid gears,” Journal of Mechanical Design, 132, 011010 (2010)
2009
1. A. Artoni, A. Bracci, M. Gabiccini, and M. Guiggiani, “Optimization of the loaded contact pattern in
hypoid gears by automatic topography modification,” Journal of Mechanical Design, 131, 011008
(2009)
2. A. Bracci, M. Gabiccini, A. Artoni, and M. Guiggiani, “Geometric contact pattern estimation for gear
drives,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 198, 1563–1571 (2009)
2008
1. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, and M. Guiggiani, “Nonlinear identification of machine settings for flank
form modifications in hypoid gears,” Journal of Mechanical Design, 130, 112602 (2008)
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
2013
1. A. Artoni, M. Guiggiani, A. Kahraman, and J. Harianto, “Robust optimization of cylindrical gear tooth
surface modifications within ranges of torque and misalignments,” Proceedings of the ASME 2013
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in
Engineering Conference, IDETC/CIE 2013, August 4-7, Portland, Oregon, USA (2013) [SPEAKER]
2011
1. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, M. Guiggiani, and A. Kahraman, “Multi-objective ease-off optimization of
hypoid gears for their efficiency, noise and durability performances,” Proceedings of the ASME
2013 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in
Engineering Conference, IDETC/CIE 2011, August 29-31, 2011, Washington, DC, USA (2011)
[SPEAKER]
2. M. Gabiccini, A. Artoni, and M. Guiggiani, “On the identification of machine settings for gear surface
topography corrections,” Proceedings of the ASME 2011 International Design Engineering
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Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, IDETC/CIE 2011,
August 29-31, Washington, DC, USA (2011)
3. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, A. Bracci, and M. Guiggiani, “Simulation-based multi-objective optimization
of hypoid gears,” XX Congresso AIMETA, Bologna, Italy (2011)
4. M. Gabiccini, A. Bracci, and A. Artoni, “Direct derivation of the dynamic regressors for serial
manipulators with mixed rigidelastic joints,” XX Congresso AIMETA, Bologna, Italy (2011)
5. A. Bracci, M. Gabiccini, A. Artoni, and M. Guiggiani, “Global meshless solutions for elasticity
problems with direct enforcement of boundary constraints,” XX Congresso AIMETA, Bologna, Italy
(2011)
2007
1. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, and M. Guiggiani, “Synthesis of hypoid gear surface topography by a
nonlinear least squares approach,” ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
10th International Power Transmission and Gearing Conference, Las Vegas, NV, USA (2007)
[SPEAKER]
2. M. Gabiccini, A. Artoni, F. Di Puccio, and M. Guiggiani, “A regularization method for hypoid gear
synthesis using the invariant approach,” 12th IFToMM World Congress, Besançon, France, (2007)
2005
1. A. Artoni, M. Gabiccini, F. Di Puccio, M. Guiggiani, and M. Facchini, “Computerized generation,
simulation of meshing and advanced contact stress analysis of spiral bevel geras via a new
approach,” International Conference on Gears, VDI-Berichte 1904, Vol. 2, 1711–1718, Munich,
Germany (2005)
TEACHING AND STUDENT ADVISING
Courses (and member of the examining board):
● Applied Mechanics (for Mechanical Engineering)
● Mechanics (for Biomedical Engineering)
● Fundamentals of Mathematical Analysis (introductory course for freshmen – completed)
Student Advising
Current students:
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Luca Le Bone
Giovanni Longobardi
Beatrice Donati
Riccardo Paci
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Graduated students:
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Veronica Giacomelli
Linda Bacchi
Cristiano Petrocelli
Samuele Rovai – Awarded by ASSIOT (Italian Association of Gears and Transmission Elements
Manufacturers).
Andrea Giovanni Rucci
Diego Caporali
Vincenzo Maiorano – Final thesis developed at the F.I.Z. Research Center, BMW Group A.G., Munich,
Germany.
Daniele Ferretti
Andrea Di Mella
Research engineer supervised:
1. Alberto Nannini – Research carried out at the Mercedes Technology Center, DaimlerChrysler A.G.,
Sindelfingen, Germany.
RESEARCH PROJECTS AND COLLABORATIONS
● Principal investigator of a research project on innovative aerospace geared transmissions with GE Avio
S.r.l. Duration: 18 months. (Status: awaiting final signatures as of 07/03/2014)
● Participant in the EU FP7 project CleanSky “GTFTR” (Geared TurboFan Test Rig), Project N. 620152,
Call ID SP1-JTI-CS-2013-01. Duration: 20 months.
● Participant in the EU FP7 project “WALK-MAN” (Whole-body Adaptive Locomotion and
Manipulation), Project N. 611832, Call ID FP7-ICT-2013-10. Duration: 48 months.
● Participant in the EU FP7 project “PaCMan” (Probabilistic and Compositional Representations of
Objects for Robotic Manipulation), Project N. 600918, Call ID FP7-ICT-2011-9. Duration: 36 months.
● Organization, coordination and research for the joint research project "Robust Multi-objective Microgeometry Optimization of Helical Gears", funded by the GearLab Consortium of The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH, USA: This is an international consortium of approximately 50 members,
including U.S. federal agencies and companies in the automotive and aerospace sectors, which fund
applied research projects in the field of mechanical power transmission. October 2011-September
2012.
● Organization, coordination and research for the joint research project "Multi-objective Micro-geometry
Optimization of Hypoid Gears", funded by the GearLab Consortium of The Ohio State University,
Columbus, OH, USA, March 2010-March 2011.
● Investigator for five research projects with Avio S.p.A., concerning design, analysis and optimization of
bevel gears for aerospace applications (particularly for the General Electric turbofan engines GE90 and
GEnx). Years 2005 to 2010.
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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Technical reviewer for the following scientific journals:
ASME Journal of Mechanical Design
Mechanism and Machine Theory
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
Meccanica
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering
Science
Inverse Problems in Science & Engineering
Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines.
Session Chair of the technical session PTG-3-2 Gear Dynamics and Noise II, ASME 2013 Power
Transmission and Gearing Conference (PTG), Portland, OR, USA (August 2013)
Session Chair of the technical session PTG-1-2 Gear System Design and Analysis II, 11th ASME
International Power Transmission and Gearing Conference (PTG), Washington, DC, USA (August 2011)
Expert member of the Examining Board for the State Examination licensing Professional Engineers, for
the degree programs in Mechanical Engineering and Land Vehicles (University of Pisa), first and second
sessions of 2012.
AWARDS
● Recipient of the 2013 AIMETA (Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics) national
Junior Prize for best young Researcher in Mechanics of Machines.
● Second place winner of the 2005 national competition for the best M.S. thesis on power transmission,
organized by ASSIOT (Italian Association of Gears and Transmission Elements Manufacturers) with the
endorsement of AgustaWestland.
OTHER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Languages:
● English: proficient (TOEFL test taken on April 24, 2010. Score: 118/120).
● German: intermediate
● French: intermediate
Software skills:
Wolfram Mathematica; Fortran 90/95 (with IMSL and NAG libraries); Ansys (FEM); MathWorks
MATLAB; ANSoL Calyx, HypoidFaceMilled, and HypoidFaceHobbed; Gleason T2000; PTC Pro/Engineer;
LaTeX; Adobe Illustrator; Microsoft Office.
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