Costanza Ciarapica Alunni

TCD: Early Stage Researcher

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Costanza started her academic studies at Polytechnic of Turin in 2008.  She holds a Bachelor degree in “Energy Engineering” and a Master degree in “Energy and Nuclear Engineering”. During her Master training, she had the opportunity to take part in some classes and workshops about Safety and Risk Assessment in industrial field; from that moment on, she was striving to devote her work to this branch. She carried out her Msc. thesis during an 8-months internship experience in a consultant company dealing with fire protection and risk assessment for major risk assets. She was in charge of the Safety Report for an up-grading of resin production in a real chemical reactor, in compliance with the qualitative and quantitative standard procedures and with the European and Italian regulation (HAZOP, Seveso Directive 96/82/CE, Seveso Directive 2003/05/CE, Dlgs 334/1999, Dlgs 238/2005, FTA, ETA). This allowed her to experience step by step the different safety analyst’s responsibilities and to rise even more her interest about the risk-related topic due to its need to become a culture to be disseminated rather than a simple discipline.

The further content of her thesis focuses on a critical analysis of the standard procedures of risk assessment. In particular, she investigated the reliability of the results regarding the statistical nature of the main input data: failure rate of mechanical components and some events suffering from taxonomy gap (i. e. human failure). She explored the propagation of the uncertainty related to the input data up to the final results by means of Monte Carlo method. She took the opportunity to get in touch with the new topic of Human Reliability and she immediately found out the paramount importance of this subject and she was really impressed by the variety and the multidisciplinary of the aspects involved.

She is always ready to welcome new challenges, as she is so curious and motivated by the idea of providing a tangible contribution to society and of applying engineering knowledge and technical skills to something worthwhile for human everyday life.

Sergii Kushch

FIAT SERBIA - Experienced researcher

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Sergii Kushch has got Bachelor's Degree in Radio Engineering at the Faculty of Electronic Technologies of Cherkasy Engineering and Technological Institute, Cherkasy, Ukraine in 1998. In 1999 he has got a diploma of radio Engineer. The area of his research was statistical Radio Engineering. Hereinafter he worked in a computer firm which produces and maintains computer technics. Since 2008 up to 2009 he was working as an Engineer of electronics maintenance services and automatization of production in department of Chief Power of “Bogdan” Corporation SC “Car assembly factory №2” of OJSC “Lutsk Automobile Plant”, Cherkasy, Ukraine. In 2009 Sergii Kushch has got Master's Degree in Radio Engineering at the Faculty of Electronic Technologies of Cherkasy State Technological University, Ukraine. The title of his diploma thesis was "Synthesis of statistical pattern recognition algorithms of signals that have been taken against a background of non-Gaussian noise". In 2009 he was invited to PhD school which he finished in 2012. The title of his thesis was "Methods of multivariate realization the components of computer systems". Since 2012 he has been working in Cherkasy State Technological University at the positions of lecturer, Sr. lecturer and Associate professor of Department of Computer Science and Information Security. He published a number of scientific papers in international and national journals and took part in international and national conferences. Currently, he is working in the field of Optimization of methods of information protection to improve the safety of interaction between man and computer systems.

Dragoljub Gajic

TETRA PAK - Experienced Researcher

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Dragoljub received M.Sc. in both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia and specialized in Supply Chain Optimization at the University of Pannonia, Hungary. He also hold a double PhD in Electrical and Information Engineering from the University of L'Aquila, Italy and the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Dragoljub has several years of international and multidisciplinary experience working on projects in various industries and supporting enterprises to bridge the gap between business and technology, become more efficient, flexible, and innovativeFor more details please check his LinkedIn profile. 

Marko Djapan

POLITECNICO DI TORINO - Experienced Researcher

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Marko Djapan graduated from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kragujevac, Serbia in September 2008. The title of his diploma thesis was "Development of risk assessment methodology for the changing workplace environment". His orientation and research interest in safety and risk assessment continues in December 2008, when he was enrolled in the Ph.D studies. From January 2009. to 2014. he was research-assistant at home institution with variety of obligations (lecturing and preparation of the teaching material, small project related occupational safety and health, Lean and WCM, maintenance of the technical systems and participation in international and national projects). His great interest for health and safety field culminated with received Ph.D. in July 2014. His Ph.D. thesis is entitled "Improvement of risk assessment model based on fuzzy set theory and prognostics". Through his professional carrier he published number of scientific papers in international and national journals and on international and national conferences.

 

Fahimeh Rezazadegan

POLITECNICO DI TORINO - Early Stage Researcher

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Fahimeh Rezazadegan received her B. Sc. in electronic engineering from the IUT (Isfahan University of Technology), Esfahan, Iran in 2006. Afterwards, she used to work at the IUERC (Isfahan University Engineering Research Center) for six years. She used to be in charge of designing and simulating electronic circuits. She continued her study in control engineering and took her master degree in Islamic Azad University of  Najafabad, Esfahan, Iran in 2013. Her research mainly was about the problem of trajectory tracking control of mobile robots. She focused on design of the adaptive back-stepping controller for an autonomous underwater vehicle, AUV, in the presence of parametric uncertainties. Currently, she is working on the field of human factors in mechatronics and keeping human-robot interaction safe.

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