I have had opportunities to teach students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. These experiences have been extremely rewarding and satisfying as I realise the student/teacher relationship is essential to the development of future research and researchers. I look forward to being a part of this great process. I believe that providing engineering students with an intuitive understanding of both theoretical and experimental concepts is an important component of teaching. Bringing forth concepts from their simplest precepts enables students to relate to the subject and develop an intuitive relationship to that which is taught. Only after a ...
Dr Dario di Maio graduated in Mechanical Engineering at Universita’ Politecnica di Ancona. His final year thesis was produced at Imperial College London with a work supported by BOSCH (August 2000- April 2001). The thesis was focused on measurements of brake disc squeal using Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometry (SLDV) system.
Dr di Maio was awarded a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London with a project supported by US Air Force. The PhD thesis was focused on the development of tracking measurements of rotating bladed disc using Continuous Scanning LDV methods. One output of the thesis was the development ...
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