Secretary's Office of the RL Methods and Tools for Product Design
Giandomenico Caruso is Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Politecnico di Milano, since December 2018. In 2009, he took the PhD degree in Virtual Prototyping and Real Products at Politecnico di Milano with the thesis “Industrial product development using Mixed Prototyping”. In 2005, he took the Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Università della Calabria with the thesis “Procedures development for the integration of 3D input devices in Unigraphics NX3 CAD System”
His main research field focuses on the development and the exploitation of emerging technologies related to Virtual and Augmented Reality to support the industrial products development. In addition, some of the achievements obtained in the industrial sector are applied to other fields, such as physical rehabilitation and Cultural Heritage.
Since 2015, he is one of the persons in charge of the i.Drive Lab - Interaction between Driver Road-Infrastructure Vehicles and Environment. The lab involves three Departments of Politecnico di Milano and aims at developing interdisciplinary skills necessary for the analysis and modelling of behavioural aspects due to the interaction between driver, vehicle, infrastructure and environment.
He participated and he keeps following several national and European research projects often with the role of coordinator of the development activities.
He is co-author of more than 50 articles published on international peer-reviewed journals, indexed in Web of Science and/or Scopus databases, or presented in international peer-reviewed conferences, most of them organized by primary professional associations and publishers.
His teaching activities relate to the courses of the academic discipline “Design and Methods for Industrial Engineering –ING-IND/15”. He is lecturer of the courses CAD Models, at the School of Design, and Methods of Technical Representation, at the School of Industrial and Information Engineering.
Updated CV is available on the personal page of the university website.