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Matteo Carpentieri

  • PhD
  • Lecturer in Environmental Fluid Mechanics
  • University of Surrey
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Recent publications

  • On the simulation of thick non-neutral boundary layers for urban studies in a wind tunnel

    • Marucci D
    • Carpentieri M
    • Hayden P
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  • Experimental study of flow and dispersion in regular arrays of rectangular buildings

    • Carpentieri M
    • Hayden P
    • Robins A
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Environmental Fluid Mechanics

University of Surrey

October 2013 - Present

Research Associate

University College London

January 2013 - September 2013(8 months)

Research Fellow

University of Surrey

May 2008 - January 2013(5 years)

Research Associate

Università degli Studi di Firenze

March 2006 - May 2008(2 years)

Education

Dottorato di Ricerca (PhD)

Università degli Studi di Firenze

January 2003 - March 2006(3 years)

Laurea (MSc) in Ingegneria per l'Ambiente e il Territorio

Università degli Studi di Firenze

September 1994 - April 2001(7 years)

Research interests

Air quality modelling Dispersion of airborne pathogens Urban pollution monitoring Urban climate

About

I graduated (master level) in Environmental Engineering at the University of Florence, Italy, where I later obtained a PhD in Environmental Fluid Dynamics with a thesis about air quality modelling. After a short post doctoral contract at Florence, I was granted a two-year Marie Curie Fellowship within the Division of Mechanical Medical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Surrey, researching on wind tunnel and numerical modelling of flow and pollutant dispersion in urban areas. My current work involves the study of flow and pollution dispersion in urban areas and the development of urban parameterisations for meteorological models.

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Co-authors (87)

  • Davide Marucci
  • Olga Krukowskaya
  • Prashant Kumar
  • pouyan Joodatnia

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