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Omar Bottesi

  • electrical engineer
  • Research Assistant - postDoc
  • Freie Universität Bozen - Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
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About

I was born on March, 30th 1987 in Trento, a small town in the north of Italy. Since I was child, I have always had the passion for the electricity. For this reason, I attended the High School Istituto Tecnico Industiale M. Buonarroti in my native town obtaining the degree of Perito Capotecnico Industriale. Then I moved to Padova where I received the Master Degree in Electrical Engineering in October 2012. From 2013 till 2014 I was fellow researcher at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology. I received the Ph.D. degree at the same University, in Sustainable energy and technologies. In aprticular on high efficiency electromechanical conversion systems: onto “efficiency improvements in micro-hydroelectric power plants” and into “computing of iron losses in electrical machines by using Finite Elements Method” as following explained. Beyond the research activity, I am developing new skills in designing of electrical machines applying innovative analytical and numerical methods, as well as by analysing different typologies of motors. I have good skills in analysing of electrical machines in order to improve the performance and the energy efficiency. In particular, I carried out some works for several companies by way of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano where I redesigned the companies’ electrical machines in order to improve the efficiency and carry them in the Standard European Efficiency Categories (IE1, IE2. IE3 and so on). Moreover, in the last years I have improved my knowledges of software such as L A TEX, LabVIEW, Matlab, and in particular software which use Finite Elements analysis (FEMM, GetDP, MagneForce), useful for improve the design of the electrical machines. Another important aspect than can not be underestimated is I am attending a Ph.D. course. Indeed, beyond to acquire a research methodology, I am developing communication skills and documents writing. Moreover, I held several university courses as a teaching assistant with particular attention to the students’ needs improving my skills in the educational field. Currently, I am Research Assistant at the same University, working on high efficiency electromechanical conversion systems.

Recent publications

  • Finite Element Small-Signal Simulation of Electromagnetic Devices Considering Eddy Currents in the Laminations

    • Bottesi O
    • Alberti L
    • Sabariego R
    • et al.
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  • A computational technique for iron losses in electrical machines

    • Bottesi O
    • Alberti L
    • Sabariego R
    • et al.
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    2Citations
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Professional experience

Research Assistant - postDoc

Freie Universität Bozen - Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

February 2017 - Present

Research assistant

Freie Universität Bozen - Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

April 2013 - Present

Education

PhD

Free University of Bozen Bolzano

January 2014 - January 2017(3 years)

mater degree in electical engineering

Università degli Studi di Padova - University of Padua

January 2010 - October 2013(4 years)

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