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Marco Salvioli is an MSc Graduate Researcher with a strong background in the automotive industry. After accomplishing his BSc in Mechanical Engineering in Milan (Italy), at the university Politecnico di Milano, he spent his MSc between Milan and Munich (Germany) at the Technische Universität München. He interned at the Fiat R&D Center in Turin in 2010, working on the validation of components for Internal Combustion Engines, and at the BMW R&D Center in 2013, working on vehicle dynamics.
Joining our group in 2013, his work at the BMI is mostly focused on development and testing of thermal energy harvesters (thermoelectric generators) for automotive applications.
- Printed Thermoelectric Generators
- A Fully Integrated, Printed, Self-Rechargeable Wireless Sensor Node for Engine and Motor Condition Monitoring