The main objective of my research is the design and implementation of a framework to assist professionals in the design of elevators. Given some user defined constraints, a core engine optimizes design parameters of the project while ensuring that specific safety regulations are not violated. The developed software will be cross-platform and will be accessible via web services. A mobile application for on-site measurements will allow to share project details to a cloud server, which could be later accessed through a web interface for further refinements from PC.
The final product will provide an architecture which will improve elevator designer productivity, making sure safety levels always meet the required standards.
I received a Laurea Magistrale (MSc eqvl) in Computer Engineering from the University of Genoa. My dissertation was on “Agile methods in refactoring an application for automated elevation design”. I also hold a Laurea Triennale (BSc eqvl) in Computer Engineering from the same university.
After completing my Laurea Triennale, I worked in logistics and transportation for two years, developing expertise and specific IT tools in container import/export and custom operations.
I am a pretty curious person and I love to take part in “hands on” projects.