Past-students and Expert Webinars in Nuclear Engineering
Webinar con Carlo Parisi
Venerdì 9 luglio alle 16 avrà luogo un webinar del ciclo Past-students and Expert Webinars in Nuclear Engineering organizzato dal Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Industriale.
Titolo del webinar sarà "Advanced nuclear fission reactor development at the Idaho National Laboratory". Relatore sarà Carlo Parisi. Partecipa all'evento
Dr. Carlo Parisi is a scientist with over 18 years of experience in academics and government laboratories. In 2004 he got a M.Sc. and in 2008 a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering at University of Pisa, Italy. In 2003 he has been visiting scholar at the Pennsylvania State University, USA. His area of expertise includes thermal hydraulics, neutronics and uncertainty quantification. He completed his postdoctoral appointments at University of Pisa in 2010, where he contributed to the development of best estimate plus uncertainty models for the analysis of nuclear power plants in operation and under construction. From 2011 to 2015 he has been researcher at ENEA “Casaccia” Research Center, Rome, Italy, where he worked on Generation IV Sodium Fast Reactors in the framework of different EU-sponsored projects. Since October 2015 he is a scientist at the Idaho National Laboratory, USA. He works on risk-informed methods development for the US light water reactors fleet, SAS4A/SASSYS-1 thermal hydraulic code V&V (Versatile Test Reactor project), and on the development of new microreactor and test reactor concepts (MARVEL microreactor and ATR replacement projects). He is the technical lead of the INL RELAP5-3D system thermal hydraulic code. He is member of the American Nuclear Society and licensed Italian Professional Engineer since 2004.