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Mr Mattia Dal Borgo MSc

Postgraduate research student, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow ITN

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Mattia graduated in Mechanical Engineering (MSc) from the Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy, in 2014. The topic of his thesis was a theoretical study on vibration energy harvesting from an array of flexible leaves exploiting natural frequencies veering and mode localisation effects.

After university, he worked one year as a mechanical engineer at Deca Design. His tasks were to design (3D modelling) and to perform finite element analysis (FEA) on subsea systems for the Oil & Gas field.

In 2015, he joined the Signal Processing and Control Group of the ISVR as an Early Stage Researcher (ESR), focusing his interest on active vibration control. His research is part of a bigger program, namely Marie-Curie Initial-Training-Network ANTARES project, which is funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework (GA 606817). ANTARES stands for Advanced Training and Research in Energy Efficient Smart Structures. Mattia’s research topic is about nonlinear strategies for active vibration control.



Research interests

Mattia’s research interests focus on active vibration control and structural dynamics. He is particularly interested in:

  • Nonlinear structural dynamics
  • Dynamics of electromechanical systems
  • Active control of mechanical vibrations
  • Applied nonlinear control

PhD supervision

Maryam Ghandchi Tehrani, Stephen J Elliott

PhD research

Nonlinear strategies for active vibration control

Research group

Signal Processing and Control Group

Affiliate research group


Mr Mattia Dal Borgo
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:13/3043

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