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Ivan Arsie


Department of Industrial Engineering

University of Salerno

84084 Fisciano (Salerno), Italy
Ph. +39 089 964080
FAX +39 089 968781
Prof. Ivan Arsie, PhD
Associate Professor of Energy Conversion Systems
Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Salerno

Degree cum laude in Mechanical Engineering from University of Salerno (1995). Ph.D. in Thermo-Mechanical Systems Engineering from University of Naples ‘Federico II’ (1999).

Since 1995, he has been involved in the research group of Internal Combustion Engines at University of Salerno, where he is currently Associate Professor of Energy Conversion Systems and lecturer of ‘Fluid Machines’ and ‘Experiments and Control of Internal Combustion Engines’.

Visiting scholar at the Institute of Automation of the Technical University of Denmark (1997), where he worked on the observer based control technology under prof. Elbert Hendricks, and at the Measurement and Control Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (2000), where he worked under prof. Lino Guzzella on modeling and control of variable valve timing engines.

He has been involved, as coordinator or member of the research team, in research projects funded by European Union, Italian Ministry, industrial partners (Magneti Marelli, Elasis-Fiat, Telecom, Mediamotive).

Author of over 100 papers on modelling, control and optimization of SI and Diesel engines, hybrid electric vehicles and energy systems.

SAE member. Member of the IFAC TC on Automotive Control. Teaching staff member of the Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, Univ.of Salerno.

He has served as reviewer for “Control Engineering Practice”, “IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology”, “ASME Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power”, “Applied Energy”, “Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing”, “International Journal of Mechanical Sciences”, the biennal SAE-ICE conference and the triannual IFAC World Congress.

In 2004 received the Best Paper Award in the area "Control of Vehicle Propulsion & Motorcycles" at the AVEC '04 Symposium on Advance Vehicle Control Technologies (HAN - University, Arnhem, The Netherlands, August 23-27).
In 2005 received the SAE Award for Excellence in Oral Presentation at the SAE World Congress and Exposition (Detroit, April 11-15 ).
In 2010 received the Award "Energy and Mobility" at the H2Roma 2010 show.
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