Carosena Meola

Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy


Carosena Meola is a Doctor in aeronautical engineering at the University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy, in 1981. She is a Winner of the 1981 Degree Award of Fondazione Politecnica per il Mezzogiorno d’Italia. From 1982 to 1984, Meola was involved with fellowships in research activities between the University of Naples and the Aeritalia (now Alenia Aeronautica). In 1985, he was employed as a Senior Research Staff Member at the Department of Aerospace Engineering of the University Naples Federico II, Italy. He is a supervisor of several M.S. and Ph.D. degree Theses and research activities and a scientific collaborator of many research projects. Meola's main research interests are devoted to the application of infrared thermography in thermofluid dynamics, material science and technological field, and architecture and cultural heritages. She is reached level 3 in infrared thermography according to both civil engineering (RINA) and aeronautical (Italian Aerospace Nondestructive Testing Board) standards. She is also a licensed instructor for personnel training and certification, a Department Consultant for Health and Safety at Work and Risk Management, and a Member of the Ergonomic Society (SIE). She is an author of 120 articles in well-recognized journals, books, and proceedings, book editor, presenting author of many papers (also invited) in international conferences, chair of two sessions within two international conferences, and a referee of over 20 international journals. She is also a Member of the Technical National Committee UNI U45 (nondestructive testing), of the Technical National Committee UNI U450010 (infrared thermography) Testing, and of the European Standards Committee CEN/TC 138/WG11 (infrared thermographic testing). She is enclosed in Aerospace and High Technology Database, Frost and Sullivan Database, CSA ASCE Civil Engineering Abstracts, and ITC World Wide Directory Instructors.

Biography Updated on 30 January 2013

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