Luca Marino is a DPhil student in Engineering Science since January 2018.
He completed a BSc (2014) and a MSc (2017) in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Naples, Federico II (Italy). He also worked as Research Intern at ISAE-ENSMA Institut PPrime of Poitiers (France).
His doctorate research project, funded by EPSRC and Rolls-Royce (iCASE), is focused on the development of a fundamental understanding of how friction affects the dynamic behaviour of discrete mechanical systems, using both theoretical and experimental approaches.
Since October 2019, Luca is a College Lecturer at Balliol College (Oxford), where he teaches Structural, Materials and Dynamics to Engineering undergraduate students.
- Marino, L., Cicirello, A.: Multi-degree-of-freedom systems with a Coulomb friction contact: analytical boundaries of motion regimes. Nonlinear Dyn. (2021)
- Marino, L., Cicirello, A.: Experimental investigation of a single-degree-of-freedom system with Coulomb friction. Nonlinear Dyn. 99, 1781-1799 (2020)
- Marino, L., Cicirello, A., Hills, D.A.: Displacement transmissibility of a Coulomb friction oscillator subject to joined base-wall motion. Nonlinear Dyn. 98, 2595-2612 (2019)
Awards and prizes
Award for the "Best presentation for both academic and industrial impact" at Workshop on Recent Advances in Damping Modelling and Experiments, Institute of Physics, London, 2019