Welcome Dr.Emanuele Quaranta from Politecnico di Torino,Italy to be committee member!

Dr.Emanuele Quaranta 
Politecnico di Torino,Italy

Research Area: 
Hydraulics, Hydropower, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulic turbines, CFD simulations

Research Experience:
Post PhD researcher at Politecnico di Torino, where he graduated in Hydraulic engineering with laude and PhD with laude and best Italian PhD thesis in water engineering. His research deals with Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulations to solve Hydraulic problems related to Hydropower, with a focus on Hydraulic turbines, and Environmental engineering, like eco-hydraulics applications and Fluid Mechanics. Lecturer for the practical lessons at the master course River Hydraulics in 2014 and 2015, and CFD lecturer at a specialization course in water engineering. He has also been speaker at several conferences. He is member of scientific committees for international congresses and scientific reviewer for international scientific journals on Water, Hydraulics, Environment and Energy. He is an editorial board member of the scientific international journal Renewable Energy Research. 
Emanuele has been scientific consultant for professional engineering offices, companies, and irrigation consortia on micro hydropower and hydraulics. He is active in technological innovation, working with/for inventors and patents, and in legislative innovation, participating to some legislative projects like Generazione Italia 2017 (cooperation with Camera dei Deputati, House of Representatives) and Hubble 2017. Emanuele is involved in a H2020 European funded project with a company sited in Netherlands, as Italian consultant on water wheels. He has also been Hydropower expert for the Joint Research Center of the European Commission, for discussing future trends in hydropower. Furthermore, Emanuele is a scientific divulgator, cooperating with organizations (like Orizzontenergia), companies (he is a Prescouter member, USA), museums, like Museo Energia (Rome, IT), and the television. He was a finalist of Famelab Italy, the international festival of scientific divulgation.