Felipe joined the University of Oxford as a DPhil Candidate in October 2019.
Felipe completed an MEng (2018) in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford. His final year research project and Rokos internship were done within the DVU lab and were focusing on evaluating manufacturing variability of panels using efficient inverse approaches.
His research project is funded by EPSRC and Schlumberger (EPSRC iCASE) and is focused on using an integrated approach for evaluating mechanical failures using non-operational data.
Igea, F. and Cicirello, A., 2020. Part-to-part variability assessment of material properties for flat thin orthotropic rectangular panels using Chladni patterns. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 139.