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Dr Ferdinando Salata

Associate Editor

University of Rome

Brief Bio

Dr Ferdinando Salata is currently researcher at University of Rome "Sapienza" (Italy), Department of Astronautical Engineering, Electrical and Energy (DIAEE) for the Scientific Sector ING-IND/11 (according to the Italian University's career). He earned his Degree in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Energy at University “Sapienza” of Rome in 2003, and he have completed his Ph.D. in “Technical Physic” in 2007 at the same University. In his thesis work, he studied the use of ultraviolet radiation coupled with HEPA filtration for disinfection of biological airborne contaminants in air conditioning systems. After completing his Ph.D., Ferdinando accepted a research grant in the Department where he completed his thesis. During this period, Ferdinando was awarded "Expert in the field", for the Scientific Sector ING-IND/11, at the Faculties of Civil and Industrial Engineering of the University “Sapienza” of Rome. In 2017, he has obtained from the “Ministry of University and Research” the national academic qualification as associate professor. In the same year, he joins DIAEE as assistant professor. He is a member of the National Association of Italian Technical Physics.

Research areas

Affiliations

Assistant Professor
University of Rome
Department of Astronautical, Electrical and Energy Engineering (DIAEE) - Technical Physics Area, Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering - University of Rome "Sapienza", Via Eudossiana, 18 - 00184 Rome, Italy, Rome , Italy
Email: ferdinando.salata@uniroma1.it
Tel: +39 0644585661

Publications

Energy and reliability optimization of a system that combines daylighting and artificial sources. A case study carried out in academic building
Journal: Applied Energy
Published: 2016

Energy optimization of road tunnel lighting systems
Journal: Sustainability
Published: 2015

Urban lighting project for a small town: Comparing citizens and authority benefits
Journal: Sustainability
Published: 2015

Maintenance and energy optimization of lighting systems for the improvement of historic buildings: A case study Sustainability
Journal: Sustainability
Published: 2015

A. Case study on economic return on investments for safety and emergency lighting in road tunnels
Journal: Sustainability
Published: 2015

The reliability of technological systems with high energy efficiency in residential buildings
Journal: Energy and Buildings
Published: 2014

Management optimization of the luminous flux regulation of a lighting system in road tunnels. A first approach to the exertion of predictive control systems
Journal: Sustainability
Published: 2014

An economic perspective on the reliability of lighting systems in building with highly efficient energy: A case study
Journal: Energy Conversion and Management
Published: 2014