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INM selected in the editor’s picks by the editorial board of Physics of Fluids

The paper “Recovery in the wake of in-line axial-flow rotors” co-authored by Drs. Posa and Broglia from CNR-INM and Prof. Balaras from The George Washington University was selected in the Editor’s picks by the editorial board of Physics of Fluids and published on the home page of the journal. Drs. Posa and Broglia studied – …

Chiara Piazzola: Uncertainty quantification and identifiability of ODE-based systems

Where and when April 5, Tuesday · 12:00 – 1:00PM @ Via di Vallerano 139, Sala Consiglio or via Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/eje-dpyz-apu Abstract In this talk we provide an overview of the methods that can be used for prediction under uncertainty and parameter calibration of dynamical systems, and of the fundamental challenges that arise in this context. …

Pubblica selezione per il conferimento di un assegno di ricerca professionalizzante

AVVISO DI SELEZIONE N° INM-AR-005-2022-RM Il Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Istituto di Ingegneria del Mare (INM), ha pubblicato un avviso di selezione per il conferimento di un assegno di ricerca professionalizzante da svolgersi presso la sede di Roma Tor Vergata del CNR-INM, con scadenza 31/03/2022. L’assegno si inquadra nell’ambito del progetto di ricerca “Sistema …

SInERT Project – Innovative solutions for the integration of renewable energies on the Tunisian electricity grid

Mid-term meeting – March 30, 2022 – 10:00 (according to the Italian daylight saving time. For Tunisia: 09:00) online on Zoom The development of renewable energy sources (RES), in particular photovoltaic (PV), is an increasingly important strategic axis for all countries, to meet the growing demand for energy, to reduce the use of fossil fuels, …

Call for contributions — Special Issue “Assessing the Pressure of Underwater Anthropogenic Noise from Impulsive and Continuous Sound Sources”

Anthropogenic noise is one of the main marine pollution factors that negatively affect marine life (mammals, fish, invertebrates, reptiles, marine birds, etc.). An ever-increasing number of relevant studies support the fact that noise from various anthropogenic sources such as vessels, active sonars, energy and construction infrastructure, seismic surveys, as well as synthetic sounds (artificial tones and white noise) …

Bando INM-AR-004-2022-RM: pubblicazione punteggio colloquio

Si pubblica in allegato il punteggio del colloquio, a valle della prova orale sostenuta in data 17/03/2022.