Jacopo Marconi received his Master of Science degree in mechatronics and robotics from Politecnico di Milano (Italy) in 2017, with a thesis on nonreciprocal active metamaterials in collaboration with the group of prof. Massimo Ruzzene from Georgia Tech Institute of Technology (US), where he spent a visiting period. He then obtained the PhD in mechanical engineering from the same institution in 2021, under the co-supervision of prof. Francesco Braghin (polimi) and prof. Paolo Tiso from the Nonlinear Dynamics chair at ETH Zurich, where he spent half of the PhD program working on nonlinear reduced order models. From April 2023, he has been a Research Fellow (RTDa) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Politecnico di Milano, where he also is a teaching assistant for undergrad courses in mechanics and dynamics. His main research interests concern wave propagation in periodic structures, with and without time-modulated properties, vibration suppression, finite elements, nonlinear dynamics of flexible bodies undergoing large deformations, substructuring and component mode techniques, nonlinear reduced order modelling, electromechanical coupling applied to micro electro-mechanical system, and in particular to inertial devices. He currently collaborates with STMicroelectronics for the design and analysis of new MEMS gyroscope layouts, with the development of numerical tools to support the design phase.